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The Hand-pavise (targe?) of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary (1443-90; King, 1458) -- Viennese Master, ca 1485-1490 -- Around the combined coat of arms of New Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia and Ancient Hungary are grouped the king's further coats of arms and the inscription “Alma genitrix Maria interpella pro rege Mathia”. From the charge on the Hunyadi shield, which impales the central coat of arms, Matthias adopted the surname Corvinus ("The Raven"). -- (Paris, Musée de l'Armée)

Viennese Master, Circa The hand-pavise of Matthias Corvinus, King of…

German or Bohemian Crossbowman's Pavise, ca 1450 (The Royal Armouries, London) -- The shield bears the arms of the town of Zwickan in Saxony -- see more here: http://collections.royalarmouries.org/index.php?a=wordsearch=item=WYTozOntpOjA7czo2OiJwYXZpc2UiO2k6MTtzOjE6IjEiO2k6MjtiOjA7fQ===1

German or Bohemian Crossbowman's Pavise, ca 1450 (The Royal Armouries, London) -- The shield bears the arms of the town of Zwickan in Saxony.

An unrecorded armorial pavise, apparently intended for funerary use, in the manner of the late 15th century -- The arms are said to be those of the Anguillara line of the Orsini family of Rome. -- Vente Pierre Bergé (2011)

An unrecorded armorial pavise, apparently intended for funerary use, in the manner of the late century -- The arms are said to be those of the Anguillara line of the Orsini family of Rome.

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The Hand-pavise (targe?) of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary King…

the Hungarian army black shields

the Hungarian army black shields

Horseman's Shield, Austrian, 15th Century.

Horseman’s Shield, early century, probably Austrian The notch at the upper left served to support the lance of a charging knight. The coat of arms is thought to belong to either the von Meissau.

14th century shields - Google-keresés

An archer's pavise of Klausen type, the wooden body probably century. Shields bearing this painted armorial scheme are considered to be associated with Archduke Sigusmund of the Tyrol

Pavise. Bohemian, mid-15th century.  Bears arms of Zwickau and Saxony in Germany.

Bears arms of Zwickau and Saxony in…

Setztartsche (Pavese), Wien(?), um 1480 (Wiener Burgerlische Zeughaus - Inv. Nr. 126.103)

Setztartsche (Pavese), Wien(?), um 1480 (Wiener Burgerlische Zeughaus - Inv. Nr. 126.103)

Bohemian Pavise with St.George and the Dragon, Zwickau, circa 1480 -- The arms on the present splendid example show it to have formed a part of the armoury of the Bohemian town of Zwickau, located in the Lausitzer Mountains, just to the west of the present German border. A pavise from the same series is preserved in the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds (Inv. No. V.I) together with two others (Inv. Nos V. 2 & V.I3) bearing the same arms but showing a different design.

Bohemian Pavise with St.George and the Dragon, Zwickau, circa 1480 -- The arms on the present splendid example show it to have formed a part of the armoury of the Bohemian town of Zwickau, located in the Lausitzer Mountains, just to the west of the present German border. A pavise from the same series is preserved in the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds (Inv. No. V.I) together with two others (Inv. Nos V. 2 & V.I3) bearing the same arms but showing a different design.

Bohemian Pavise (Musée National du Moyen Âge, Paris, Cl.2381)

shield David and Goliath shield, wood and painted leather, mid-to-late century (Musée de Cluny, Paris)

Setztartsche (Pavese), Wien, um 1485-1490 (Wiener Burgerlische Zeughaus - Inv. Nr 126.104)

Setztartsche (Pavese), Wien, um 1485-1490 (Wiener Burgerlische Zeughaus - Inv. Nr 126.104)

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fekete sereg

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Pavise (Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien) -- Published: Wehrhafte Stadt: Das Wiener Buergerliche Zeughaus im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert.

Pavise (Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien) -- Published: Wehrhafte Stadt: Das Wiener Buergerliche Zeughaus im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert.

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