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set of bracers, Mary Rose Museum

Archery Leatherwork Gallery

Archer's arm guard

Mary Rose Leather Gallery

Three 14c arrow heads from the Almonry Museum at Evesham

Three arrow heads from the Almonry Museum at Evesham

Archer's wrist guard/bracer found of Newport ship

Newport Ship artefacts - This is an archer's wrist guard or bracer made of…

Reverend's Big Blog of Leather - From England, AD 1475-1525 This archer's bracer is made of cuir bouilli (boiled leather). It is stamped with a crowned Tudor rose, oak leaves and acorns and the inscription 'ihc helpe' ('Jesus help'). The British Museum

Archery Leatherwork Gallery

Mary Rose archery bracers; ivory on the left and leather on the right.

Mary Rose Leather Gallery

Source information spotty, but believed to be taken at the Mary Rose Museum.

Flemish, about 1620. View from right side. XI.143

Archery Leatherwork Gallery

Just back from holidays, so here’s a completely unrelated gallery of my pictures of medieval and early modern archery-related leatherwork from collections in Blighty.

Tudor period archer’s bracer found in Worship Street, London. Museum of London.

Archery Leatherwork Gallery

Archers armguard, Found in Worship Street, another of virtually identical shape was found in Newport, Wales.

This style of bracer is based on an earlier example found in York dated to the late 14th century.

This style of bracer is based on an earlier example found in York dated to the late century.

Late Elizabethan bracer with fleur de lis design.

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Archer's bracer in the form of a rectangle of black leather stamped with fleurs-de-lis. One side has a tapering leather thong and the remains of a second.

Ivory bracer with leather straps, Mary Rose Museum, 1545.

Archery Leatherwork Gallery

Ivory bracer with leather straps, Mary Rose Museum,

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