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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).

North Italy c. 1550 - c. 1560 Steel, iron and gold, gilded and chased Length: 100.6 cm Width: 2.2 cm Weight: 1.01 kg

North Italy c. 1550 - c. 1560 Steel, iron and gold, gilded and chased Length: 100.6 cm Width: 2.2 cm Weight: 1.01 kg

❤ - Smallsword with Scabbard  (French, Paris, ca. 1774)    An example of the highest quality Parisian goldsmiths’ work, the hilt is chased with figures of the classical deities Mars, Minerva, Jupiter, and Hercules and the personifications of Justice and Prudence.

❤ - Smallsword with Scabbard (French, Paris, ca. 1774) An example of the highest quality Parisian goldsmiths’ work, the hilt is chased with figures of the classical deities Mars, Minerva, Jupiter, and Hercules and the personifications of Justice and Prudence.

Sword    Place of origin:  Amsterdam, Netherlands (made)    Date:  ca.1670 (made)    Artist/Maker:  Kalkoen, Joannes (maker)    Materials and Techniques:  Steel and enamelled gold

Sword Place of origin: Amsterdam, Netherlands (made) Date: ca.1670 (made) Artist/Maker: Kalkoen, Joannes (maker) Materials and Techniques: Steel and enamelled gold

A Rare And Unusual Sawasa-Hilted Small-Sword Japanese For The European Market, Mid-18th Century

A Rare And Unusual Sawasa-Hilted Small-Sword Japanese For The European Market, Mid-18th Century

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