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George Harrap & Co., Lonson 1925. It seemed desirable to issue a small handbook which, while not professing in the least to be comprehensive, would contain sufficient matter to give the young student, the 'man in the street,' and the large and increasing number of persons who take an intelligent interest in the past just that broad outline which would enable them to understand more exhaustive tomes upon armour and weapons, and possibly also to satisfy those who merely wish to glean sufficient information to enable them to discern inaccuracies in brasses, effigies, etc., where the mind of the medieval workman at all times a subject of the greatest interest has led him to introduce features which were not in his originals, or details which he could not possibly have seen. With many line drawings and illustrations. Mock brown leather end boards. Minor shelfwear. 220pp. 175 x 116 mm