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Transitional Pauldrons

#300553
$69.95

This simple set of left and right pauldrons are a fine example of early armor. Made of 18-gauge steel and soft leather, these shoulder pieces are highly flexible and are a perfect addition to any growing harness of armor.
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The 14th century saw the beginning of the development of plate armor to replace mail. This simple set of left and right pauldrons are a fine example of early armor. Made of 18-gauge steel and soft leather, these shoulder pieces are highly flexible and are a perfect addition to any growing harness of armor.

  • Overall: 11-1/2" long, 7-/2" wide

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