The Westminster Abbey arrow was found in the roof of Henry V's Chantry and has been tentatively dated to the 1430s. The arrow features a subtly barrelled aspen shaft, deep red fletching compound and goose fletchings. The head is a delicate Type 16 with tucked-in barbs.
The Mary Rose arrow is a copy of a specific Mary Rose item, not an "Mary Rose Type Arrow." The arrow features a pale yellow fletching compound, swan or goose feathers bound with red silk and an M2 "Tudor Bodkin" arrowhead.