DUPLICATE RECORD. Archive box containing drafts and proofs of articles by Sir James Mann

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DUPLICATE RECORD. Archive box containing drafts and proofs of articles by Sir James Mann

DUPLICATE RECORD. Archive box containing drafts and proofs of articles by Sir James Mann

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Contains:, 8. 'Norton Hall Collection'. Notes, typescript and corrected proof of the article by JGM on the acquisition of the Norton Hall collection for the Tower 'The Norton Hall arms and armour for the Tower', The Connoisseur, Vol. 111 (March 1943), 3-11, 76, with the press release issued 10.ii.43 and some relevant correspondence, 9. 'The Bramshill Helm, Country Life 8th Oct. 1943, vol. XCIV, pp. 646-7.' Notes, correspondence relating to, photographs and typescript of the article printed in Country Life, 8 October, 1943, 10. 'The river Bann Sword - Soc. Antiquaries.' Notes, correspondence, original photographs and sketches, and proofs relating to the article, 'A late medieval sword from Ireland', by James G. Mann in the Antiquaries Journal, 24.3 (July-October 1944), 94-99 with correspondence relating to other Irish swords with G. Hayes-McCoy of the National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, 11. 'Black Prince's Achievements'. Notes, correspondence, cuttings and proofs relating to the booklet The funeral achievements of Edward, the Black Prince, by Sir James Mann, 12. 'The Anhalt - Tower horse-armour, for the new ZHWK'. Typescript an some correspondence relating to the article 'A Gothic horse armour from Anhalt in the Armouries of the Tower of London / by James Mann, Waffen- und Kostumkunde : Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft fur historische Waffen und Kostumkunde, 1-2 (1959), 22-27, 13. 'The Chapel of the Order of the Swan at Ansbach & notes on German Gothic Armour.' Text of a lecture, given to the Society of Antiquaries, including a list of slides used. Undated, but probably related to research for the paper in Archaeologia Vol. 84 (1935), 69-97, 'Notes on the evolution of plate armour in Germany in the fourteenth and fifteenth century' by J.G. Mann, 14. 'The Tower Armouries'. Text of a lecture delivered to the following institutions: Birmingham & Midland Institute, 12th Feb., 1940; Oxford University Archaeological Society, 4th May, 1940 (?1); Eton College Archaeological Society, 3rd March, 1946; National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, 8th Nov., 1946; Metropolitan Museum, New York, Nov. 1948 (See separate file, America, 1948); and Victoria and Albert Museum, 9th April, 1952. With list of slides as used at the V&A and various variations on the theme