C.1640 from the backplate of a cuirassier (mounted soldier armed with pistol and sword). Each about 1 ½” x 2” comprising the base of the leather shoulder strap with its scalloped iron mounting plate. One with two rivets and one with one rivet and the other lacking. Mismatched as used, but removed during the restoration of the armor. Each is about 400 years old, genuine elements of English armor. Two mounts as shown.