This is a pair of English yew bows I made recently, which are identical copies of two different Mary Rose bows.
Both bows were made from very low quality English yew, and if reproduced using dense, good European yew I would expect the draw weights to be at least 50lb higher on both. They each have cow horn sidenocks.
The first is 130lb (or thereabouts) at 30", and is a copy of one of the slightly larger Mary Rose bows MR80A0451. This bow is 35mm x 33mm in the handle.
The second is a copy of one of the smallest MR bows I could find MR80A0907 and is exactly 100lb at 30." It's 35mm x 29mm in the middle.
I don't usually take photos of bows at full draw as I don't think it's good for the bow at all, but here's a pic I took of the smaller MR bow at around 24" while working on it. In this photo the bow hasn't come round completely, so the centre section looks unusually stiff. The right limb is the upper limb, which is why it's a fraction softer than the left.