British WWI soldier meets medieval fella, 1917

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Small 6 x 4 inch Coins/cash, Cards, Lip gloss, Keys
Medium 9.5 x 6 inch Phone, Pencils, Sunglasses, Cosmetics, Toiletries, Travel documents, Pocket camera
Large 12.5 x 8.5 inch Art supplies, Medicine, Stationery, iPad (most sizes), Tech accessories, Hair brush, Purse


  • Vibrant, high-quality double-sided prints that won’t fade
  • Durable 100% polyester canvas with a metal zipper. Fully lined for added strength
  • Various sizes perfect for holding coins, cards, phone, pencils, cosmetics
  • Cold machine wash and low tumble dry
  • Makes the perfect gift for family, friends, or yourself. (You deserve it.)

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Comparation between a British WWI veteran soldier armed with a rifle with a soldier in a full suit of medieval armour handling an axe, October 1917. This interesting picture just represents the evolution of plate armour. European plate armour reached its peak in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, so we technically shouldn’t always call it ‘Medieval’. Plate armour saw a decline during the 17th century, where warfare became very close to gunpowder weapons techniques. During the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century however, plate armour saw a little revival due to the introduction of shrapnel in modern warfare.

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