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Countess of Rothes

Countess of Rothes

Tsushiura's Seki School There used to be many shooting schools in Japan but this is not so today. One such school which is very well preserved is Seki School in Tsuchiura city, a small lord's territory directly east of Edo , now Tokyo. There remain several huge antique cannon, which, upon occasion, are fired. Mr. Seki, who is eleventh generation of the master, has many documents and equipment of the Seki School.

Tsushiura's Seki School There used to be many shooting schools in Japan but this is not so today. One such school which is very well preserved is Seki School in Tsuchiura city, a small lord's territory directly east of Edo , now Tokyo. There remain several huge antique cannon, which, upon occasion, are fired. Mr. Seki, who is eleventh generation of the master, has many documents and equipment of the Seki School.

"Don't be so defencive" - Harnas vermoedelijk gedragen door ridder Pankraz von Freyberg. Wapenrusting vermoedelijk gedragen door den ridder Pankraz von Freyberg. Volledige uitrusting inclusief met leer overtrokken mannequin staande op een eikenhouten standaard met voetstuk. Afkomstig van het Kasteel Hohenaschau waarvan zij is overgegaan in de verzameling Kuppelmayer die in 1895 te Keulen werd verkocht.

"Don't be so defencive" - Harnas vermoedelijk gedragen door ridder Pankraz von Freyberg. Wapenrusting vermoedelijk gedragen door den ridder Pankraz von Freyberg. Volledige uitrusting inclusief met leer overtrokken mannequin staande op een eikenhouten standaard met voetstuk. Afkomstig van het Kasteel Hohenaschau waarvan zij is overgegaan in de verzameling Kuppelmayer die in 1895 te Keulen werd verkocht.

harnas

harnas

Armor of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland - c. 1585  “George Clifford (1558–1605) was appointed Queen’s Champion in 1590 and was made a Knight of the Garter two years later. He is best remembered for his capture of the Spanish fort in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1598. A favorite of Queen Elizabeth I (r. 1558–1603), he chose for the decoration of this armor the Tudor rose, the French fleur-de-lis (then part of the English arms), and the cipher of Elizabeth, two E’s back to back.”

Armor of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland - c. 1585 “George Clifford (1558–1605) was appointed Queen’s Champion in 1590 and was made a Knight of the Garter two years later. He is best remembered for his capture of the Spanish fort in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1598. A favorite of Queen Elizabeth I (r. 1558–1603), he chose for the decoration of this armor the Tudor rose, the French fleur-de-lis (then part of the English arms), and the cipher of Elizabeth, two E’s back to back.”