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Books contained on Nathan Robinson's wish list, sorted by date added:
The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912: Some New Perspectives
by Richard Dellar
Added May 9, 2017
Bronze Age Military Equipment
by Dan Howard
This book is a fascinating discussion of the development of the military equipment of the earliest organized armies. Dan Howard describes the development of ...
Added May 9, 2017
Underwear: Fashion in Detail
by Eleri Lynn
Get intimately acquainted with the V&A’s world-renowned collection of undergarments in this eye-opening visual history. From camisoles to corsets, basques to ...
Added Apr 11, 2013
The Sword and the Crucible: A History of the Metallurgy of European Swords Up to the 16th Century (History of Warfare)
by Alan Williams
The sword was the most important of weapons, the symbol of the warrior, not to mention the badge of a officer and a gentleman. Much has been written about the ...
Added Sep 7, 2012
The Invention of Glory: Afonso V and the Pastrana Tapestries
by Miguel Angel de Bunes Ibarra, Donald J. La Rocca, Dalila Rodrigues, Yvan Maes De Wit
-This beautiful exhibition highlights the recently restored Pastrana tapestries, among the finest medieval examples Commissioned in the 1470s most likely by Afonso ...
Added Feb 11, 2012
Cutlery for the Table: A History of British Table and Pocket Cutlery
by Simon Moore
Added May 16, 2011
Klewang: Catalogue of the Dutch Army Museum
by Jan Piet Puype, Rob de Sturler Boekwijt
English Edition - «The Klewang is a famous - some would say infamous - sword known by every Dutchman with only a basic interest in colonial history. It was ...
Added Apr 29, 2011
Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700-1915
by Sharon Sadako Takeda
Luxurious textiles, exacting tailoring, and lush trimmings abound in this glorious volume that celebrates the evolution of European dress through two ...
Added Apr 9, 2011
Swords and Swordsmen
by Mike Loades
This magnificent book tells the story of the evolution of swords, how they were made, how they were used, and the people that used them. It doesn't claim to give ...
Added Nov 6, 2010
Polearms Of Paulus Hector Mair
by David James Knight, Brian Hunt
Paulus Hector Mair was perhaps the most intriguing figure in the Liechtenauer tradition of German Renaissance martial arts. An enthusiastic practitioner of fencing, ...
Added Oct 12, 2010