PRESENT PUBLICATIONS

Present Publications - newer publications relating to the English Snaphance and the English Lock.

  1. “Les Arquebusiers Extraordinaire - The Remarkable Snaphance of the Robert gunmakers”, Classic Arms & Militaria Magazine, April/May 2011
  2. “John Thompson’s Pilgrim Long-gun: a new investigation”, Man at Arms Magazine, July/August 2011
  3. “William Townson & his turn-off pistol dated 1683”, (with David Weaver), London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2012
  4. “An Elizabethan Snaphance”, Classic Arms & Militaria Magazine, (Dec/Jan 2012/13)
  5. “The Luttrell Pistols”, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2013 (awaiting publication)
  6. Godwin B., Cooper J. & Spencer M., “The English Flintlock: its Origins and Development”, 20th Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 2002, pp.49-91.
  7. Godwin B.C., “The Chirk Castle Firelocks - A Revisit”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.XVIII, No.6, September 2006, pp.233-248.
  8. English Snaphance Firearms – a loan exhibition, Spring 2006 London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue.
  9. Godwin B.C., “The English Snaphance Lock”, Spring 2006 London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, pp.28-63.
  10. Cooper J.S., “An English Holster Pistol of Commonwealth Date”, Spring 2006 London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, pp. 65-74.
  11. Yablonskaya E., “English Firearms of the XVII – the early XIX Centuries,” Moscow 2006.
  12. Godwin B. C., “Dunster Castle The Armoury Revisited”, Spring 2008 London Park Lane catalogue.
  13. Early English Firearms – a loan exhibition, 20th London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue.
  14. “A long barrelled pistol from the English Civil War”, B.Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring, 2009
  15. “The English Snaphance Lock”, by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVI, Issue 1, 2009
  16. “The English Lock – Type 1” by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVI, Issue 2, 2009
  17. “The English Lock – Type 2” by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVI, Issue 3, 2009
  18. “John Townson and his pistol – extraordinary survivors” by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVII, Issue 1, 2010
  19. “An Unusual Wallgun” by B.Godwin & A.Turner, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2010
  20. David S. Weaver and Brian C. Godwin, “Some Notes on Type 2 English Locks and Two Pistols in Particular”, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2011
  21. “A long barrelled pistol from the English Civil War”, Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring, 2009
  22. “The English Snaphance Lock”, by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVI, Issue 1, 2009
  23. “The English Lock – Type 1” by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVI, Issue 2, 2009
  24. “The English Lock – Type 2” by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVI, Issue 3, 2009
  25. “John Townson and his pistol – extraordinary survivors” by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria magazine, Vol.XVII, Issue 1, 2010
  26. “An Unusual Wallgun” by B.Godwin & A.Turner, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2010
  27. “John Thompson’s Pilgrim Long-gun: a new investigation”, by Brian Godwin, Man at Arms Magazine, July/August 2011
  28. “Of Bellied Form”, by Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2011
  29. “Some Notes on Type 2 English Locks and Two Pistols in Particular” by David Weaver and Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2011
  30. “Les Arquebusiers Extraordinaire - The Remarkable Snaphance of the Roberts”, by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria Magazine, April/May 2011
  31. “An Extraordinary English Lock Long-gun”, by Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2012
  32. “An Elizabethan Snaphance”, by Brian Godwin, Classic Arms & Militaria Magazine, (Dec/Jan 2012/13)
  33. “English Firearms from the late 1500s to the English Civil Wars”, by Brian Godwin, Royal Armouries Journal, Vol.10, No.1, Spring 2013
  34. “The Luttrell Pistols”, by Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2013
  35. “An English Snaphance dated 1584”, by Brian Godwin, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, September 2013
  36. “Oliver Cromwell, and a pair of mid-17th century Pistols at Newburgh Priory”, by Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2014
  37. "Some observations on the Decoration of English Snaphance Guns 1584 - 1622", by Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, Spring 2015
  38. "A newly discovered English Snaphance Gun" by Brian Godwin, London Park Lane Arms Fair, Spring 2017

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