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Arm harness - A-172 Arm harness - A-172-back Arm harness - A-172-outside Arm harness - A-172-inside Arm harness - A-172-box-front-bent Arm harness - A-172-box-back-bent Arm harness - A-172-box-bent-elbow Arm harness - A-172-box-straight Arm harness - A-172-box-straight-inside Arm harness - A-172-box-upper Arm harness - CappedRivets Arm harness - WashersAndRivets Arm harness - DimpledRivets Arm harness - A-172-a-bent-front Arm harness - A-172-a-bent-back Arm harness - A-172-a-straight Arm harness - A-172-a-point-of-elbow

Arm harness 1580

Right arm formed of a tubular upper cannon fitted with a turner of 2 lames. The upper and lower are secured by a raised, roped ridge in the upper that is engaged by a flare in the lower plate. The cop of bracelet form joined at the inside - the center of the flare - with a single lame above and below. The vambrace formed of an inner and outer plate secured by one inset hinge on the inside and two pins on the outside. The main edges with roped inward turns. Many of the rivets - primarily those on the visible side - are capped with dapped brass caps. The four outer (visible) articulation rivets have brass rosette washers. The arm has a typical Brunswick form with a crease along the outside. There is a small clip on the inside of the turner which would secure the pauldron strap. Ex. Royal House of Hanover.


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