buckler (n.)
small round shield
1H4 I.iii.227[Hotspur to Northumberland and Worcester] that ... sword-and-buckler Prince of Wales
1H4 II.iv.162[Falstaff to all] my buckler cut through and through
2H4 I.ii.1.2[stage direction] Enter Sir John Falstaff, followed by his Page bearing his sword and buckler
MA V.ii.17[Benedick to Margaret] I give thee the bucklers [i.e. I give in!]
RJ I.i.1.1[stage direction] Enter Sampson and Gregory, with swords and bucklers
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