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Armour Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 144 pictures in our Armour collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Arms of Don Taddeo Barberini, Principe di Palestrina (pen & ink with wash and gouache Featured Print

Arms of Don Taddeo Barberini, Principe di Palestrina (pen & ink with wash and gouache

CTS413023 Arms of Don Taddeo Barberini, Principe di Palestrina (pen & ink with wash and gouache on paper) by Cortona, Pietro da (Berrettini) (1596-1669); 34.2x27.3 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: Don Taddeo Barberini (1603-47) was an Italian nobleman of the House of Barberini, became the Prince of Palestrina and Gonfalonier of the Church; commander of the Papal Army;); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; Italian, out of copyright

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Effigies of two knights, Maurice of Gaunt and Robert de Gourney in St Mark's Featured Print

Effigies of two knights, Maurice of Gaunt and Robert de Gourney in St Mark's

2832072 Effigies of two knights, Maurice of Gaunt and Robert de Gourney in St Mark's, 1799 (w/c on paper) by Master of the Bristol Church Monuments (c.1799) ; Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; Bequest of William Jerdone Braikenridge, 1908; English, out of copyright

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Armour, Ecclesiastical, Effigies, Effigy, Funerary, Gothic, Knight, Knights, Male, Man, Mark S, Maurice Of Gaunt, Medieval, Men, Religious, Robert De Gourney, St, Tomb

Detail of Edward III from the Great Charter of Liberties, 1373 (vellum) Featured Print

Detail of Edward III from the Great Charter of Liberties, 1373 (vellum)

2653958 Detail of Edward III from the Great Charter of Liberties, 1373 (vellum) by English School, (14th century); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: King Edward III (1312-77) granted important rights and privileges to Bristol by this royal charter in 1373 that were to have far-reaching consequences for its future self-governance and identity.
The town burgesses had petitioned him for more independence and they asked that Bristol be raised to the status of county completely separate from the counties of Gloucester and Somerset. Until this time Bristol was divided, geographically and administratively, by the River Avon. The parishes to the west and north of the river lay in Gloucestershire, while those to the south were in Somerset. The charter of 1373 gave Bristol and its suburbs jurisdiction independent from those county authorities, making it a county in its own right. Its illuminated first letter also incorporates a shield with the ship and castle of the Bristol coat of arms and is thought to have been the first time it was used. ); English, out of copyright

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