Pauldrons, year 1460

This style of pauldrons corresponds with the time from end of 14th to middle of 15th century. Upper leather strap and two extra holes at the upper border let you attach or fix the pauldrons onto almost any arming garment like gorget or gambeson.

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Pauldrons, year 1460

Specifications

  • Gauge of plate 16 / 1,2/1,6 mm
  • Made out of carbon steel plate (not stainless)
  • Made by Marshal Historical

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