Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Arms and armour: The Connoisseur, 1901-31'

Object Title

Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Arms and armour: The Connoisseur, 1901-31'

Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Arms and armour: The Connoisseur, 1901-31'

Date

1901-35

Reference

BARN A1/5 [RAL 04040]

Level

Item

Scope and Content

Contains:

1. Beard, Charles Reilly. -- Miniature armours / by Charles R. Beard. -- Connoisseur 82.328 (December 1928), 208-210, 213-216, 219;

2. Dillon, Harold Arthur Lee, Viscount. -- Forgeries that were not forged / Armadillo. -- Discussion of forgeries and pieces of inferior workmanship and design. -- Connoisseur 3.9 (May 1902), 35-38;

3. Laking, Sir Guy Francis. -- A few notes on the armour of Sir Christopher Hatton / by Sir Guy Francis Laking. -- Connoisseur 3.11 (July 1902);

4. Kelly, Francis M. -- Arms and armour at the National Gallery / by Francis M. Kelly. -- Paintings showing armour and weapons. -- Connoisseur 3.12 (August 1902), 216-221;

5. Hartley, C. Gasquoine. -- The Madrid Royal Armoury / by C. Gasquoine Hartley. -- Brief history of the Armoury and descriptions of some noteable pieces. -- Connoisseur 4.16 (December 1902), 239-247;

6. St. George Gray, H.. -- Some relics of the Monmouth rebellion in Somerset / by H. St. George Gray. -- Some weapons and a powder flask in the Taunton Castle Museum, Somerset. -- Connoisseur 5.18 (February 1903), 116-119;

7. Montgomery-Campbell, M.. -- The armour of Schloss Ambras / by M. Montgomery-Campbell. -- General article on the armoury; some further pieces from the armoury. -- Connoisseur 8.30 (February 1904), 108-114; 8.31 (March 1904), 156-160;

8. Laking, Sir Guy Francis. -- Mr. Edward Barry's collection of arms and armour at Ockwells Manor, Bray / by Guy Francis Laking. -- Armour and weapons, 1400-1520. -- Connoisseur 11.42 (February 1905), 67-75;

9. Laking, Sir Guy Francis. -- An historical pair of stirrups / by Sir Guy Francis Laking. -- Made by Barolomeo Campi for the Roman armour of Charles V. -- Connoisseur 19.73 (September 1907), 25-27;

10. Shelley, H.C.. -- Cromwell in caricature / by H.C. Shelley. -- Connoisseur 15.59 (July 1906), 154-160;

11. The skull piece of a European helmet. -- Note on the skull piece of a European helmet found in New Zealand. -- Connoisseur 15.59 (July 1906), 187-188;

12. Heath, Dudley. -- Some ancestors of Alphonso XIII and other miniatures in oil in the collection of His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch at Montagu House / by Dudley Heath. -- Connoisseur 18.71 (July 1907), 137-142;

13. Strange, Edward F.. -- The exhibition of the Golden Fleece at Bruges / by Edward F. Strange. -- Armour, paintings, tapestries and sculpture. -- Connoisseur 19.73 (September 1907), 28-33;

14. Bruck, George F.. -- Some remarks on the Armoury of the Wallace Collection / by George F. Bruck. -- Critical comments on the Laking catalogue. -- Connoisseur 20.80 (April 1908), 244-248; 21.81 (May 1908), 19-22;

15. The craft of the armourer / by Charles ffoulkes.,- Methods, tools and marks of some well-known armourers.,- Connoisseur 24.94 (June 1909), 99-104;

16. The armourers of Italy / by Charles ffoulkes.,- The Cantoni, Merate and Missaglia families; the Negroli, Bartolomeo Campi, Lucio Piccinino and others.,- Connoisseur 25.97 (September 1909), 28-32; 25.100 (November 1909), 167-171;

17. The armoury of the late Mr. Morgan Williams of Apergwm / by Guy Francis Laking.,- Descriptions of some pieces then at St. Donat's Castle.,- Connoisseur 27.105 (May 1910), 31-34, 37;

18. Mr. Withall's armour.,- Note on three plain half suits.,- Connoisseur 9.35 (July 1904), 182.,- Notes on subjects in the Fishmongers' Company's collection.,- Connoisseur;

19. The shield of Prince Charlie.,- Note on a shield said to have been used by the Prince at Culloden.,- Connoisseur 17.66 (February 1907), 120;

20. Arms and armour.,- From the collection of Don Alberto Gonzalez Abreu of Seville.,- Connoisseur;

21. A Broch sword / H. St. George Gray.,- Note on a sword by Adolf Broch, dated 1612.,- Connoisseur 22.85 (September 1908), 56-57;

22. A Stuart bandoleer.,- Note on a bandoleer in the Redfern Collection.,- Connoisseur 22.85 (September 1908), 59-60;

23. An Inca gold helmet].,- Note on a helmet found at Canea, Colombia.,- Connoisseur 22.86 (October 1908), 120, 123;

24. Highland pistols.,- Note on two pistols made at Doune.,- Connoisseur 29.113 (January 1911), 48;

25. Man-traps and spring-guns.,- Connoisseur

26. Topf armour / by Viscount Dillon.,- Note on the armours of Sir James Scudamore.,- Connoisseur 30.120 (August 1911), 284;

27. A wheel-lock horse-pistol / J. Tavenor-Perry.,- Note on a 16th century German pistol.,- Connoisseur 32.126 (February 1912), 121;

28. A wooden powder-flask / J. Tavenor-Perry.,- Note on a spherical, box wood flask decorated with birds.,- Connoisseur 32.126 (February 1912), 123-124;

29. Cavalier rapiers from Edge Hill and Naseby / by W.B. Redfern.,- Note on three rapiers, two Scottish pistols and a dirk.,- Connoisseur 63.171 (March 1915), 167-169;

30. Mr. Townroe's collection / by W.B. Redfern.,- Swords and rapiers of the 16th and 17th centuries.,- Connoisseur 47.186 (February 1917), 75-78;

31.Old English pistols / by Hugh Pollard.,- Survey of some types of pistol up to 1800.,- Connoisseur 51.201 (May 1918), 31-32, 35-37;

32. Sword collecting / by H. Akeroyd.,- Some swords in the Marshall collection.,- Connoisseur 52.205 (September 1918), 30-32;

33. The stirrup / by W.B. Redfern.,- Examples from the Redfern and Fortescue collections.,- Connoisseur 56.222 (February 1920), 102-105;

34. The story of a sword / Philip Patrick Redmond.,- Note on a sword in the Morgan Williams Collection.,- Connoisseur 56.222 (February 1920), 110;

35. Buried armour / Criticus.,- Note on the burying of armour and weapons; note on some discoveries in London.,- Connoisseur 56.222 (February 1920), 112; 57.227 (July 1920), 170-171;

36. The Redenhall helmet / J. Sandcroft Holmes.,- Note on a close helmet associated with the Gawdy family.,- Connoisseur 56.222 (February 1920), 113;

37. On some hunting swords / by W.B. Redfern.,- Examples from the Redfern, Fortescue and Fenton collections.,- Connoisseur 57.227 (July 1920), 129-134;

38. A fifteenth century poleaxe in the Redfern Collection / by Charles R. Beard.,- Including some general notes on poleaxes.,- Connoisseur 70.278 (October 1924), 93-94;

39. On a Greenwich armour in the Redfern Collection at Hintlesham Hall, the seat of Sir Gerald Ryan, Bart. / by Charles R. Beard.,- The Dymoke armour now in the London Museum.,- Connoisseur 72.285 (May 1925), 10,13-17;

40. The John Long Severance armoury / by Charles R. Beard.,- Connoisseur 73.289 (September 1925), 23-27;

41. An armourer's receipt / by Charles R. Beard.,- Quarterly pension receipt of John Pickering.,- Connoisseur 77.305 (January 1927), 18-20;

42. Armour, and the 'New English Dictionary' / by Charles R. Beard.,- Some incorrect definitions and ommissions.,- Connoisseur 81.324 (August 1928), 235-237;

43. An armoury in the middle ages / by Charles R. Beard.,- A review of: The armoury of the castle of Churburg / Trapp and Mann.,- Connoisseur 84.340 (December 1929), 389;

44. Genuine or forgery? : the 'Rufford Abbey' panel / by Fred Roe and Charles R. Beard.,- An oak panel in the Victoria and Albert Museum.,- Connoisseur 86.348 (August 1930), 76-85;

45. Some Tower armour pedigrees / by Charles R. Beard.,- Research on pieces which figured in mid 19th century sales.,- Connoisseur 87.355 (March 1931), 159-166, 169;

46. Medieval memorial brasses / by Daphne Haldin and C.A. Edings.,- Some military and civilian brasses of the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries.,- Connoisseur 88.359 (July 1931), 20, 23-27;

47. Greenwich armours and sculptured tombs / by Sir James G. Mann.,- Details of an armour of Henry VIII in the Tower of London and some effigies in Greenwich armour.,- Connoisseur 88.360 (August 1931), 88-95;

48. Surrey enamels of the seventeenth century / by Charles R. Beard.,- Some enamelled objects, including stirrups, from the Wallace Collection and the Victoria and Albert Museum.,- Connoisseur 88.362 (October 1931), 219-226, 229;

49. An iconographic problem / by Charles R. Beard.,- Identification of a portrait wrongly described as 'Admiral Duodo'.,- Connoisseur 87.356 (June 1931), 358-365;

Extent

1 Volume

Access Conditions

Open access

Contents

  BARN A1/5 [RAL 04040] - Collection of publications bound in a single volume and labelled on the spine: 'Arms and armour: The Connoisseur, 1901-31'