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He was fitted out like a warhorse in fireproof metal bardings.
A single horse was tethered outside, a tall black warmount colorfully caprisoned for a noble, though its scarlet and black bardings bore the sign of no house.
So, at that period, did the seals of non-ecclesiastics upon which are the mounted effigies of knight and noble with (as they developed) the armorial shield and bardings fully displayed.
Beauchamp (_gu., a fesse between six crosses crosslets or_), and with the same insignia repeated upon the bardings of the charger upon which the Earl is mounted.