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The ''Noel Paton'' claymore, c. 1550

The ''Noel Paton'' claymore, c. 1550

A large brass plaid brooch, circa 1700  of annular form with intricate engraved knotwork panels and bosses, integral swing pin, with scratch initials 'ID' to reverse  11cm diameter

A large brass plaid brooch, circa 1700 of annular form with intricate engraved knotwork panels and bosses, integral swing pin, with scratch initials 'ID' to reverse 11cm diameter

Cap with flaps  A woollen cap in coif-style with intergal earflaps from the 16th century. It was knitted in the round in stocking stitch on 4 or 5 needles, then fulled (washed, beaten and felted) and napped (raising and trimming the pile) to produce a stiff, hardwearing fabric. Knitted caps were worn by men in London's business and working communities in Tudor times. They were designed to be warm and waterproof.

Cap with flaps A woollen cap in coif-style with intergal earflaps from the 16th century. It was knitted in the round in stocking stitch on 4 or 5 needles, then fulled (washed, beaten and felted) and napped (raising and trimming the pile) to produce a stiff, hardwearing fabric. Knitted caps were worn by men in London's business and working communities in Tudor times. They were designed to be warm and waterproof.

The ''Noel Paton'' claymore, c. 1550

The ''Noel Paton'' claymore, c. 1550

Scottish Claymore Sword early 16th Century. On display in the National Museum of Scotland.

Scottish Claymore Sword early 16th Century. On display in the National Museum of Scotland.

Bronze ring brooch 15-16th century (National Museums Scotland) D=39 mm http://nms.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?usi=000-100-000-267-C

Bronze ring brooch 15-16th century (National Museums Scotland) D=39 mm http://nms.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?usi=000-100-000-267-C

Record ID: NMGW-27AC3F - POST MEDIEVAL buckle

Record ID: NMGW-27AC3F - POST MEDIEVAL buckle

Sheath 16th century_(Museum of London)

Sheath 16th century_(Museum of London)

Silver Brooch - 16th century (National Museums Scotland) D=111x105mm, h=2mm  http://nms.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?usi=000-100-001-489-C

Silver Brooch - 16th century (National Museums Scotland) D=111x105mm, h=2mm http://nms.scran.ac.uk/database/record.php?usi=000-100-001-489-C

Сlaymore Highlander sword XVI-th century

Сlaymore Highlander sword XVI-th century

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