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The History and Development of Brasses
The Design of Brasses
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already appear armour Ashford Barttelot Bishop brass-engraving brasses in England brasses show Buckinghamshire Buslingthorpe Camoys canopies Canterbury chain-mail Chartham church civilian coats-of-arms Cobham colour commemorated costume Cowfold cross Cuckfield dated dead death decorated dressed earliest brasses early effigies elaborate English brasses engraved Essex example figure brasses Firle Flemish brasses fourteenth century Gage Gloucestershire Gothic gowns half-effigies Hampshire heelball heraldic heraldry Hereford Cathedral Herefordshire Hever incised slabs indents inscriptions Kent Kent Fig knight ladies late letters London medieval metal Monumental Brass Monumental Brass Society mural brasses Norfolk number of brasses orphreys Oxford palimpsest priests Queen's College rectangular plates Renaissance rivets rose rubbing saints Shepton Mallet shield shroud Sir John Daubernoun sixteenth century sleeves sometimes St Albans Abbey St Ethelbert St Helen's Bishopsgate stone Stopham style Suffolk surcoat surface Surrey survive Sussex Sussex Fig symbols tabard Taplow Thomas tomb Trinity Trotton Trumpington verse vestments Westley Waterless Westminster Abbey William worn