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  • n. Plural form of chamfron.


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  • Gold and silver and precious stones set in plumed crest and breastplate and shield, and even in the steel spiked chamfrons of the horses 'head armor showed the rich loot which had fallen to the portion of Norman of

    The Outlaw of Torn

  • In the lower case are finely engraved and parcel gilt chamfrons for horses 'heads, a gilt vamplate for the tilting lance belonging to Lord Chancellor Hatton, an officer's gorget of the time of Queen Anne, and various pieces of rich armour.

    Authorised Guide to the Tower of London


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