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Small Sword, late 17th Century France, late 17th Century steel, chiseled and pierced; iron, wood; wire-bound grip, Overall - l:104.10 cm (l:40 15/16 inches) Wt: .36 kg Blade - l:87.60 cm (l:34 7/16 inches) Guard - w:7.90 cm (w:3 1/16 inches).

Small Sword, late 17th Century France, late 17th Century steel, chiseled and pierced; iron, wood; wire-bound grip, Overall - l:104.10 cm (l:40 15/16 inches) Wt: .36 kg Blade - l:87.60 cm (l:34 7/16 inches) Guard - w:7.90 cm (w:3 1/16 inches).

Small Sword.  Maker: Jan Nieuwland (Dutch, Amsterdam, active 1747–1807). Dated: circa 1750. Geography: Amsterdam. |  Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Small Sword. Maker: Jan Nieuwland (Dutch, Amsterdam, active 1747–1807). Dated: circa 1750. Geography: Amsterdam. | Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A FINE AND VERY RARE GARNITURE OF A CUP-HILT RAPIER AND LEFT-HAND DAGGER, THIRD QUARTER OF THE 17TH CENTURY, SPANISH 39 inch blade

A FINE AND VERY RARE GARNITURE OF A CUP-HILT RAPIER AND LEFT-HAND DAGGER, THIRD QUARTER OF THE 17TH CENTURY, SPANISH 39 inch blade

Silver-Hilted Rapier • Dated: circa 1640-60 • Maker: Johannis Brach • Culture: German, Solingen • Medium: steel, silver • Measurements: blade length: 32 1/2”

Silver-Hilted Rapier • Dated: circa 1640-60 • Maker: Johannis Brach • Culture: German, Solingen • Medium: steel, silver • Measurements: blade length: 32 1/2”

A FINE AND VERY RARE GARNITURE OF A CUP-HILT RAPIER AND LEFT-HAND DAGGER, THIRD QUARTER OF THE 17TH CENTURY, SPANISH 39 inch blade

A FINE AND VERY RARE GARNITURE OF A CUP-HILT RAPIER AND LEFT-HAND DAGGER, THIRD QUARTER OF THE 17TH CENTURY, SPANISH 39 inch blade

Small Sword with Masks and Figures, c. 1660-1680                                                hilt: Holland, blade: Germany, Solingen, 17th century

Small Sword with Masks and Figures, c. 1660-1680 hilt: Holland, blade: Germany, Solingen, 17th century

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