|Greek Arm Guard
|Bronze Greek arm-guard. Part of the collection of M. Bonstellen.
|German Arm Guard In Bronze
|Ancient German arm-guard in bronze found at Winnsbach, near Lintz in Austria. In the Museum at Lintz.
|Bronze German Arm Guard
|Ancient German arm-guard in bronze, found in the principality of Hohenzollern. Preserved in the Museum at Sigmaringen.
|Danish Spring Arm Guard
|Danish spring arm-guard in bronze, 12 1/2 inches long. Bronze Age. From the Copenhagen Museum.
|Danish Arm Guard
|Danish arm-guard in bronze. 6 inches long. Bronze Age. From the Copenhagen Museum.
|Bronze Danish Arm Guard
|Danish arm-guard in bronze, 7 1/2 inches long, ornamented with medals. Bronze age. From the Copenhagen Museum.
|15th or 16th century complete arm-guard. It is composed of an upper and lower arm-plate called vambrace and rearbrace and these two pieces are joined together by the elbow-piece.
|16th Century German Elbow-Piece
|German elbow-piece belonging to a left arm-guard. Beginning of 16th century from Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Arm Guard With Mitten
|Arm-guard with mitten of a coat of mail.
|Complete Gothic Arm Guard
|Complete Gothic arm-guard with large elbow-pieces, upper arm-piece and gauntlet. From a monument of 1460 in Oxfordshire.
|15th Century Gothic Arm Guard
|15th century Gothic arm-guard with elbow and upper arm-piece, to protect the upper and lower part of the arm.
|15th Or 16th Century Complete Arm Guard
|15th or 16th century complete arm-guard, ornamented with bands of embossed work. Contemporaneus with the fluted suits called Maximilian and Milanese armour.
|Arm Guard Part Of Maximilian Suit Of Armor
|Arm-guard, with elbow and upper arm-piece, part of a fluted or Maximilian suit of armor. From end of 15th or beginning of 16th century.
|16th Century Arm Guard
|16th century arm-guard, with elbow and upper arm-piece.
|Lower Arm Guard
|Lower arm-guard, the inner arm-plate is pierced with eight square holes. From Spengel Collection at Munich.
|15th Century German Tilting Arm Guard
|15th century German tilting arm-guard for the left hand, with mitten.
|16th Century German Tilting Arm-Guard
|16th century German tilting arm-guard for the left hand, with mitten.
|Ivory Arm Brace
|Ivory arm brace, used to protect the left arms from being struck with the bow string.
|Arm brace to protect the arm from being struck by the bow string. In the Museum of Artillery in Paris.
|Moon Shaped Arrow-Head
|Moon shaped arrow-head. Used to hamstring both men and horses.