PAST PUBLICATIONS

Past Publications - older publications relating to the English Snaphance and the English Lock.

  1. Blackmore D., “Arms & Armour of the English Civil Wars“, London 1990.
  2. Blackmore H.L., “The Queenhithe Pistol”, 10th London Park Lane Arms Fair, London 1993, pp.17-23.
  3. Blackmore H.L., “Muskets for the City Companies”, 12th London Park Lane Arms Fair 1995.
  4. Blackmore H.L., “Guns for the Sultan of Bantam”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol. X, No. 2, 1980, pp.61-66.
  5. Blackmore H.L., “New Light on ‘The Present of Spain”, 15th Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 1998, pp.28-34.
  6. Blair C., “A 16th Century English Snaphance Gun”, 2nd Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 1985, pp.21-26.
  7. Colton R.T., “The Snaphaunce, Man at Arms”, Vol.14, No.6, pp.34-40.
  8. Cooper J.S., “For Commonwealth & Crown: English Gunmakers of the Seventeenth Century”, Gillingham 1993.
  9. Cooper J. & Godwin B., “A Group of Small English Pistols 1600 – 1660”, 17th Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 2000, pp.9-13.
  10. Cooper J. & Godwin B., “The Stepps House Pistol”, 18th Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 2001, pp.26-30.
  11. Cruso J., Militarie Instructions for the Cavall’rie, Cambridge 1632.
  12. Drejholt N., Firearms of the Royal Armouries 1, (Livrustkammaren),Stockholm 1996.
  13. Eaves I., “Further Notes on the Pistol in Early 17th Century England”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, London Vol. VIII, No. 5, June 1976, pp.312-313.
  14. Exhibition catalogue, Treasures of the Kremlin - Arsenal of the Russian Tsars, Royal Armouries, Leeds 1998.
  15. Godwin B.C., “The English Snaphaunce: Some Newly Discovered Examples”, Arms Collecting, Vol.32, No 4,1994, pp.121-124.
  16. Godwin B.C., “An English Lock Variant”, Arms Collecting, Vol.35, No.4 1997, pp.121-124.
  17. Godwin B.C., “Warner Pin – A Question of Attribution”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.XVII, No.2, September 2001, pp.122-138.
  18. Godwin B.C., “The Chirk Castle Firelocks”, Arms Collecting, Vol.36, No.3, pp.80-85.
  19. Godwin B.C., “Early English Firearms at Hardwick Hall”, 16th Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 1999, pp.25-28.
  20. Godwin B.C., “Hardwick Hall” – Part 1, Snaphances”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.XVII, No.6, September 2003.
  21. Godwin B.C., “Hardwick Hall” – Part 2: a lock, a stock and 8 barrels”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.XVIII, No.2, September 2004.
  22. Godwin B.C., “The Armoury at Dunster Castle”, 14th Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 1997, pp.12-17.
  23. Gooding J., “Dog Lock” & “English Lock”, Encyclopaedia of Firearms, London 1964.
  24. Hayward J.F., The Art of the Gunmaker - Volume 1, London 1962.
  25. Hayward J.F., “The Earliest Forms of Flint-lock in England”, Journal of the Livrustkammaren, Vol.IV, No.7, 1947.
  26. Hoff A., “The Term Snaphaunce”, Aspects of Dutch Gunmaking, Zwolle 1997.
  27. Howard G.T., “Some Observations on the Dog-Lock: And on one in particular”, Arms Collecting, Vol.22, No.3, pp.93-97.
  28. Kennard A.N., “A Pair of Seventeenth Century English Pistols”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.II, No. 6, June 1957.
  29. Kist J.B., Puype J.P.,Van der Mark W.& Van der Sloot R.B.F., Dutch Muskets & Pistols, London 1974.
  30. Lenk T., The Flintlock, London 1965.
  31. Mayer M., Flintlocks of the Iroquois 1620-1687, Rochester 1943.
  32. Neal W.K. & Back D.H.L., Great British Gunmakers 1540-1740, Norwich 1984.
  33. Puype J.P., “Dutch & Other Flintlocks from Seventeenth Century Iroquois Sites”, Proceedings of the 1984 Trade Gun Conference, New York 1985, pp.1-120.
  34. Puype J.P., Proceedings of the Trade Gun Conference, Part 1, Rochester 1985.
  35. Peterson H., Arms & Armor in Colonial America 1526-1783, New York 1956.
  36. Rimer G.J., “Typology of 17th Century Flintlocks in the Popham Armoury”, Arms Collecting, Vol 25, No.4, 1987, pp.122-123.
  37. Rimer G. & Blackmore D., “Firearms in the Popham Armoury at Littlecote House”, 3rd Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue, London 1986, pp.19-24.
  38. Sotheby’s, London, The Contents of Littlecote House, Vol.2, 22nd November 1985.
  39. Spencer M.G., “Early English Muskets in the Town Hall at Oxford”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.9, No.1, pp.10-17.
  40. Spencer M.G., “Early English Muskets in the Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, Vol.9, No.2, pp.82-86.
  41. Spencer M.G., Early European Hand-firearms in Liverpool Museum, Liverpool 1992.
  42. Spencer M.G., “The English Flintlock and the Civil War”, Journal of the Arms & Armour Society, London, Vol. XIV, No. 2, 1992, p.90.
  43. Spencer M.G., “English Flintlocks and Dog-Locks”, Man at Arms magazine.
  44. Straube B.A., “A Re-examination of the English Lock”, American Society of Arms Collectors, Bulletin No.63, 1990.
  45. Walton R.H., Early Civil War Firearms in the Curtis Museum, Alton, 1948.
  46. Tarassuk L., Antique European & American Firearms at the Hermitage Museum, Leningrad 1972.
  47. Ward R., Animadversions of Warre or a militarie magazine of the truest rules….for the managing of warre, London 1639, 2 Vols.
  48. Yablonskya E., “English 17th century firearms in the Kremlin Armoury Chamber”, Royal Armouries Yearbook, Vol. 4 1999.

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