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Armour of 3rd Earl of Worcester


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Armour of William Somerset. Ordered from the Royal workshops at Greenwich. Such orders for costly armour were encouraged by royalty. The armour was made by John Kettle around 1570. William Somerset was a commissioner for the trial of Mary Queen of Scots in 1586.

18th Aug 2007 by Diane Earl


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