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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 Century France, late Century steel, chiseled and…

A pierced rapier. Dating: circa 1600. Italy. Strong, straight blade of lozenge section, tang with crowned stamp "S"; iron hilt richly chiselled and pierced, double valve, border, guard, parry rings and rings all featuring baluster-shaped decorations, the valves, quillon-block and pommel pierced with floral motifs; grip with silver wire binding and moor's heads. Llength 130 cm.

A pierced rapier. Dating: circa Italy. Strong, straight blade of lozenge…

A German Small Left-Hand Dagger With Silver-Encrusted Iron Hilt. This and other important arms & armor on the CuratorsEye.com

A German Small Left-Hand Dagger With Silver-Encrusted Iron Hilt.

Rapier | blade, German, Munich; hilt, Northern Italian | The Met

1570 dress sword Length overall 46 in. width 11 in. ( cm) Length of blade 39 in. width of blade 1 in. thickness of blade 0 in. ( 1616 gm) Hardness of blade

Cup-hilt Rapier Dated: 17th Century Culture: Italian Measurements: overall length 124 cm

Cup-hilt Rapier Dated: Century Culture: Italian Measurements: overall length 124 cm

A fine small-sword with chiselled hilt, North German, circa 1640.

A fine small-sword with chiselled hilt, North German, circa

An Extremely Rare North Italian Arquebusier's Auxiliary Armament Saber. Ca. 1510-15, retaining natural staghorn grips (maybe a working time replacement) fixed by iron tubular rivets and the single edged blade preserved in its original length but reduced somewhat in width by long and heavy use, the tip double edged; the overall length of the saber is 94 cm. This one may well have seen service at the famous Battle of Pavia in 1525.

An Extremely Rare North Italian Arquebusier's Auxiliary Armament Saber.

A superior 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with…

English silver hilted small sword in good condition hallmarked London 1754 by John Carman II of London.

Small-sword, ca. 1750–60. Probably German. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1984 (984.349a) #sword

Smallsword / Date: ca. / Culture: Probably German / Medium: Hardstone, gold, silver, copper-alloy, steel

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