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#3/1986 ‘Beati Omnipotensque Angeli Christi’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 05‑14
‘The Dirk and Targe; Their Use Together’ by Colin Rolland pp 15‑18
‘Firearms in the Popham Armoury at Littlecote House’ by Graeme Rimer & David Blackmore pp 19‑24
‘Tunbridge Gunpowder Mills’ by David Back pp 25‑26
#5/1988 ‘The Use of Double Barrel Guns for Sporting Purposes in the 18th Century’ by David Back pp 06‑09
‘Robert Lyons Scott (1871‑1939) A Biographical Note’ by Robert Woosnam-Savage pp 10‑14
‘The Paragon of England’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 15‑24
‘Perimeters of Islamic Arms’ by Howard Ricketts pp 25‑27
#6/1989 ‘Crossbows’ by David Blackmore & Guy Wilson pp 06‑09
‘Elizabethan Toy Guns’ by Howard Blackmore pp 10‑14
‘The Fitzwilliam Armoury’ by Ewart Oakeshott & David Oliver pp 15‑20
#7/1990 ‘The “AVANT” Armour by R. L. Scott & Robert Woosnam-Savage pp 05‑11
‘Bastard Swords’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 12‑17
‘Observations on the Dating of Scottish Basket Hilted Swords’ by Colin Rolland pp 18‑23
‘The Manton Millions’ by David Back pp 24‑30
#8/1991 ‘Serpent of Blood’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 05‑11
‘Richard Hewes of Wootton Bassett’ by Claude Blair pp 12‑17
‘Old Wine in New Bottles’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 18‑21
‘A Double-Barrelled “Over and Under” Flintlock Pistol’ by Nicholas Paris of Warwick & A.R.E. North pp 22‑24
#10/1992 ‘The Greenwich Field Armour of Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst’ by David Edge pp 05‑11
‘Sword and Rapier’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 12‑18
‘Noteson the “Wogdon Poem”’ by David Back pp 19‑23
‘Earl Percy’s Sword’ by Guy Wilson pp 24‑28
#11/1994 ‘The Grip of the Medieval Sword and a Battle near Tagliacozzo’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 06‑13
‘S.J. Whawell and the Art Market’ by Stuart Pyhrr pp 14‑23
‘A Gunpowder Plotter’s Sword’ by Claude Blair pp 24‑29
‘Three Sporting Guns: Two Percussion and One Flint’ by David Back pp 30‑34
#12/1995 ‘Hiltipreht! Name or Invocation’ by Ewart Oakeshott & Ian Peirce pp 06‑11
‘Muskets for the City Companies’ by Howard Blackmore pp 12‑17
‘The Use of Computerised Tomographic X-Rays in the Analysis of a Basket-Hilted Sword Relic from the Shipwreck of the Sea Venture’ by Dr. Cyril Mazansky pp 18‑22
‘Joseph Manton’s Clients’ by David Back pp 23‑25
‘Some Swords Associated with Oliver Cromwell’ by Claude Blair pp 26‑33
#13/1996 ‘Swords, Warlords and Fish’ by Ewart Oakeshott pp 07‑11
‘Scottish ‘Twa handit Swerdis’’ by Tony Willis pp 12‑25
‘Some Wheel‑locks with English Associations’ by Michael Spencer pp 26‑29
‘Observations on some blades found in Scottish Basket-Hilted Swords’ by The Baron of Earlshall pp 30‑38
‘Some Early Collectors of Arms and Armour’ by P.H.I. Parsons pp 39‑43
#14/1997 The Serpent in the Sword:Pattern Welding in Early Medieval Swords by Lee Jones pp 07‑11
The Armoury at Dunster Castle by Brian Godwin pp 12‑17
Deserter or Fugitive? by Ewart Oakeshott pp 18‑20
A Pair of 17th Century Italian Pistols by R.T. Gwynn pp 21‑24
Mrs. Hawker’s Scrapbook by David Back pp 25‑27
#15/1998 The Templars and the Churchby Ewart Oakeshott pp 07‑10
The Incised Effigial Stone at Foveran, Aberdeenshire by Neil Melville pp 11‑17
A Two-Handed Gaelic Irish Sword of the Sixteenth Century by Tony Willis pp 18‑27
New Light on the “Present of Spain”by Howard Blackmore pp 28‑34
Traditional Scottish Weapons – the Last Phases by David Caldwell pp 35‑42
#16/1999 ULFBERHT: Innovation and Imitation in Early Medieval Swords, by Michael R. Gorman pp 07‑12
Some European Knightly Swords from the Arsenal of Alexandria, by David Oliver pp 13‑24
Early English Firearms at Hardwick Hall by Brian C. Godwin pp 25‑28
Three Swords from the Dresden Armoury, by Ewart Oakeshott pp 29‑30
John Cosins, Gunmaker of London, by John Cooper pp 31‑40
#17/2000 The Sword of Can Grande Della Scala by Ian Peirce & Ewart Oakeshott pp 06‑08
A Group of Small English Pistols 1600‑1660 by John Cooper & Brian Godwin pp 09‑13
John Allen of Stirling, by David Oliver pp 14‑19
Two Scottish Swords in an English Collection – A Short Note, by Robert C. Woosnam-Savage pp 20‑22
Wildfowling Guns, by David Back pp 23‑27
Howard L. Blackmore, by Claude Blair pp 28
#18/2001 Two Identified Swords, by Ewart Oakeshott pp 07‑09
Reality or Fairy Tale? Arms and Armour in Ucello’s San Romano Battle Paintings, by Robert. C. Woosnam-Savage pp 10‑18
Towards the Identification of a Group of 15th Century English Two‑Handed Swords, by Neil Melville pp 19‑25
The Stepps House Pistol, by John Cooper & Brian Godwin pp 26‑30
John Harmann c.1693‑c.1760, London, Gunmaker, by Howard L Blackmore with De Witt Bailey pp 31‑36
Demands made on the Worshipful Company of Pewterers For Troops, Horses, Arms and Armour, by P.H.I. Parsons pp 37‑39
#19/2002 St. George’s Workforce, by Christopher Dobson pp 09‑13
Some Historic Saddles in the Wallace Collection, London by David Edge pp 14‑19
Clarence H. Mackay as an Armour Collector, by Stuart W. Pyhrr pp 20‑32
An English Wheel-lock – by association? by Brian C. Godwin pp 33‑37
An Appreciation of a late 17th Century English Heavy Dragoon Officer’s Sword, by Ewart Oakeshott pp 38‑40
#20/2003 Early English Firearms – a Loan Exhibition pp 11‑19
Robin Wigington 1933‑2002, by Jeremy Chaplin pp 20
Ewart Oakeshott 1916‑2002, by David Oliver pp 21
The Sword of the Compté de Dreux, by Ewart Oakeshott pp 22‑28
A Distinctive Group of Swords from the Arsenal of Alexandria, by Clive Thomas pp 29‑44
A Decorated 17th Century English Stonebow, by Graeme Rimer pp 45‑48
The English Flintlock: its Origins and Development, by Brian C. Godwin, John S. Cooper and Michael G. Spencer pp 49‑91
Spring 2004 A Sword of the Viking Period; The Tullie House Sword, circa 875‑950 AD, by David Oliver pp 08‑13
A Newly Identified ULFBERHT Inscribed Sword in the Ashmolean Museum. Oxford, by Ian Peirce pp 14‑15
Problems and Pitfalls in the Identification of European Mail, by David Edge pp 16‑25
15th Century English Two-Handers – Addendum, by Neil Melville pp 26
An Early Wheel-lock, by Brian C. Godwin pp 27‑33
Hounslow Hangers, by Anthony North pp 34‑38
A Pair of Scottish Swords, by Tony Willis pp 39‑42
Spring 2005 The Medieval Swords of Leeds Castle, by Clive Thomas pp 10‑29
INGELRII; A Continuing Tradition of Early Medieval Swordsmithing, by Michael Gorman pp 30‑36
What do Armourers’ Marks Mean? by Chris Dobson pp 37‑46
Claymores – The Two-Handed Swords of the Scottish Highlanders, by David Caldwell pp 47‑53
Where Has it Been? Brief Notes on the Reinforcing Breast-plate belonging to the Small Garniture of Sir William Herbert 1st Earl of Pembroke, by Tobias Capwell pp 54‑61
The Evolution of the Queen Anne Pistol, by Richard Garrett pp 62‑67
Spring 2006 English Snaphance Firearms (A Loan Exhibition) by Brian Godwin & David Oliver pp 09‑13
Arms and Armour from the Seventh Crusade by Clive Thomas pp 14‑24
An English Origin for a Scottish Sword, by Neil Melville pp 25‑27
The English Snaphance Lock, by Brian Godwin pp 28‑63
John Steel Cooper, 1927‑2005, by David Oliver pp 64
An English Holster Pistol of Commonwealth Date, by John Cooper pp 65‑74
Spring 2007 Henk L Visser 1923‑2006, An Appreciation, by David Oliver & Andrew Lumley pp 12
New Light on a fourteenth century sword in the Burrell Collection, by Clive Thomas pp 15‑28
The Ottoman Arsenal in Hagia Eirene: Some Early Photographs and Visitors Accounts, by Stuart W. Pyhrr pp 29‑46
Meine Gotischen Handfeuerrohre, by Bernhard Rietsche pp 47‑55
15th Century English Two-handers, by Neil Melville pp 56‑57
A Significant English Lock Pistol, by Brian C. Godwin pp 58‑69
The Guns of David Gass, by John Cooper pp 70‑78
Spring 2008 A Newly-acquired Mail Crinet, by Thom Richardson pp 13‑16
Father of Victory, by Clive Thomas pp 17‑38
Dunster Castle – The Armoury Revisited, by Brian C. Godwin pp 39‑52
Hidden Treasures: Concealed Signatures on Scottish Basket Hilted Swords, by David Oliver & Tony Willis pp 53‑56
The Uptons of Oxford, by John Cooper pp 63‑78
Spring 2009 ‘Shields from Klausen’ by Oswald Graf Trapp, translated by Michael Gorman pp 13‑22
‘Notes on a small group of swords from the Arsenal of Alexandria’ by Clive Thomas pp 23‑42
‘Three Claymores from Warwick Castle’ by Tony Willis pp 43‑60
‘From Bolt to Ball: English Crossbows in the Tudor and Stuart periods’ by Guy Wilson pp 61‑73
‘A long barrelled pistol from the English Civil War’ by Brian Godwin pp 74‑78
‘The Quakenbush Sword; a basket‑hilted sword by Walter Allan of Stirling’ by David Oliver pp 79‑81
‘Ian Peirce, 1941‑2008. An Appreciation’ by David Oliver. pp 85
‘A remarkable group of late 17th century English pistols and their genesis’ by David Weaver & Brian Godwin. pp 87‑97
Spring 2010 ‘The 14th century Scottish Sword’ by Neil Melville pp 13‑16
‘Water-found Swords from the Middle Ages’ by Rikke Behrend, translated by Michael Gorman pp 17‑26
‘The Sword of Henry V’ by David Oliver pp 27‑31
‘The Whitton le Wear Sallet’ by Thom Richardson pp 32‑37
‘Albrecht Durer’s Fechtbuch’ by Clive Thomas pp 38‑51
‘An Unusual Wall-gun’ by Brian Godwin & Abigail Turner pp 52‑63
‘A Transformation in English Gunmaking 1670‑1770′ by David Weaver & Brian Godwin pp 68‑85
Spring 2011 ‘A personal Appreciation of Claude Blair’ by Fred Wilkinson pp 13‑14
‘”King of Emirs”. Pious donations of European swords to the Arsenal of Alexandria during the time of the Viceroy Sayf al-din Aristay’ by Clive Thomas pp 15‑36
‘The “Barfus” armor in the Philadelphia Museum Of Art’ by Pierre Terjanian pp 37‑61
‘”Of Wheellock Form” – two English Lock pistols of the English Civil War’ by Brian Godwin pp 62‑71
‘Ringan Oliver and his Sword’ by Bryan Moffatt pp 72‑83
‘Some notes on Type 2 English Locks and two pistols in particular’ by David Weaver & Brian Godwin pp 84‑96
‘Arms and Armour Dealers and Displays in Early Nineteenth Century London’ by Stuart Pyhrr pp 97‑114
‘Treasures from the Lobkowicz armouries’ by John Batty pp 115‑118
Spring 2012 ‘Righteousness is Quadrangular: A Hypothesis on Geometric Proportions of Medieval Swords’ by Peter Johnsson pp 14‑27
‘A Helmet in the Church of St. Mary, Bury St.Edmunds’ by Tobias Capwell pp 28‑41
‘”Additional Notes on the Swords of Castillon’ by Clive Thomas pp 42‑65
‘An Extraordinary English Lock Long-Gun – John Thompson’s fowling piece: a new investigation’ by Brian Godwin pp 66‑76
‘William Townson and his Turn-Off Pistol Dated 1683′ by Brian C. Godwin & David S. Weaver pp 77‑93
‘Dolley Madison and The Cannon at the Gate’ by Brian Moffatt pp 94‑106
‘An introduction to Japanese swords’ by Eddy Toshi Ishikawa Wertheim pp 107‑114
Spring 2013 “A newly discovered Alexandria Arsenal sword”, by David Oliver pp

15-17

“Some Notes on Great Helms, Crests and Early Tournament Reinforces”, by Dirk Breiding pp

18-35

“The Mamluk Conquest of Cyprus.  Pious Donations of European swords to the Arsenal of Alexandria during the reign of Sultan Barsbay”,  by Clive Thomas pp

36-65

“The helmsmiths of Frankfurt am Main”, by Pierre Terjanian pp

66-74

“An armor by the Nuremberg armorer Martin Schneider the Younger”, by Pierre Terjanian pp

76-85

“The Luttrell Pistols”, by Brian Godwin pp

86-92

“Tony North, 22nd August, 1942 – 7th June, 2012”, by Frederick Wilkinson pp 93
“S.James Gooding, 1930 – 2012”, by David S. Weaver pp 94
“A Fine Gun from a Mysterious Source”, by David S. Weaver & Brian C. Godwin pp

95-105