1)Field and tournament armour of King Henry VIII. English, Greenwich, dated 1540. Possible intended for wear at the tournament held during 15 May 1540 to celebrate May Day. Made by Erasmus Kyrkenar and decorated by Giovanni di Maiano or Francis Quelblaunce based on designs by Hans Holbein the Younger.
2)Horse armour of King Henry VIII (known as the Burgundian Bard). Flemish, about 1511-15. Part of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I, to Henry VIII to mark his marriage to Katherine of Aragon. Made by Guille Margot and decorated by Paul van Vrelant.
3)Combat armor for Henry VIII(when he was in his early twenties), which was meant to be used at the Field of Cloth of Gold in 1520. It is the only surviving example of an all-enclosing armor; the entire body is covered.
4)Henry VIII’s armor from about 1540.
5)a young Henry VIII’s jousting armor with intertwined Hs and Ks,dated 1515, now in the Tower of London.
6)Field Armor of King Henry VIII of England Steel, blackened, etched, and gilt; textile and leather Italian (Milan or Brescia), about 1544.
7)The Field Armor of King Henry VIII of England “This impressive armor was made for Henry VIII (r. 1509–47) towards the end of his life when he was overweight and crippled with gout. Constructed for use on horse and on foot it was probably worn by the king during his last military campaign, the siege of Boulogne in 1544.”