Maker's mark on the tonlet armour of King Henry VIII. English, Southwark, 1520. Made to replace the foot combat armour (II.6) for the great tournament, known as the Champ de Drap d'Or or Field of Cloth of Gold, held between Francois I, King of France and Henry VIII in 1520 (Tower Armouries, II.7)

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Maker's mark on the tonlet armour of King Henry VIII. English, Southwark, 1520. Made to replace the foot combat armour (II.6) for the great tournament, known as the Champ de Drap d'Or or Field of Cloth of Gold, held between Francois I, King of France and Henry VIII in 1520 (Tower Armouries, II.7)

Maker's mark on the tonlet armour of King Henry VIII. English, Southwark, 1520. Made to replace the foot combat armour (II.6) for the great tournament, known as the Champ de Drap d'Or or Field of Cloth of Gold, held between Francois I, King of France and Henry VIII in 1520 (Tower Armouries, II.7)

Reference

RA PH A3843.8

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Item

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B/W Negative

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Open access

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Crown Copyright