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Ropera de taza - ¿Italia? - c 1650

Ropera de taza - ¿Italia? - c 1650

Rapier Unknown Artist / Maker Milan, Italy and Solingen, Gemany c. 1590 - c. 1600

Rapier Unknown Artist / Maker Milan, Italy and Solingen, Gemany c. 1590 - c. 1600

Landsknecht Katzbalger 13001 Arming Sword - after the 14th century, with the appearance of the longsword the simple, single-handed weapon became known as a short sword or arming sword, since it hung from the belt of the knight, while his longsword hung from the saddle. In the mid-15th century treatise How a Man Shayl be Armyd, the author advises: “hys shorte swerde upon hys lyfte syde in a rounde ryunge all nakid to pulle out lightlie....and then hys long swerd in hys hand.’

Landsknecht Katzbalger 13001 Arming Sword - after the 14th century, with the appearance of the longsword the simple, single-handed weapon became known as a short sword or arming sword, since it hung from the belt of the knight, while his longsword hung from the saddle. In the mid-15th century treatise How a Man Shayl be Armyd, the author advises: “hys shorte swerde upon hys lyfte syde in a rounde ryunge all nakid to pulle out lightlie....and then hys long swerd in hys hand.’

Rapier with Scabbard  •Decoration attributed to Gasparo Mola (Italian, Coldre ca. 1580–1640 Rome)  •Dated: circa 1620–30  •Culture: French or Italian  •Medium: Steel, encrusted with gold and silver  •Measurements: Length 49 1/4 in. ( 125.1 cm) Width 8 3/4 in. ( 22.23 cm)

Rapier with Scabbard •Decoration attributed to Gasparo Mola (Italian, Coldre ca. 1580–1640 Rome) •Dated: circa 1620–30 •Culture: French or Italian •Medium: Steel, encrusted with gold and silver •Measurements: Length 49 1/4 in. ( 125.1 cm) Width 8 3/4 in. ( 22.23 cm)

Espada ropera - Italia - Siglo XIX, con hoja C 1590

Espada ropera - Italia - Siglo XIX, con hoja C 1590

A German Riding Sword, circa 1640 - Peter Finer

A German Riding Sword, circa 1640 - Peter Finer

Sweden to reintroduce conscription

Sweden to reintroduce conscription

Toledo, Spain; blade- possibly Germany probably c. 1675 Iron or steel, chiselled

Toledo, Spain; blade- possibly Germany probably c. 1675 Iron or steel, chiselled

Cup-hilt rapier Ignacio Fernandez Cup- possibly Milan, Italy; blade- Toledo, Spain probably 3rd quarter of 17th century

Cup-hilt rapier Ignacio Fernandez Cup- possibly Milan, Italy; blade- Toledo, Spain probably 3rd quarter of 17th century

A German Pappenheim rapier, circa 1620  Slender, double-edged blade of flattened hexagonal section, the ricasso with mark "T" struck on both sides. Swept iron hilt, the guard plates with fine lattice-like openwork. One arm of the quillons well replaced. Grip with original Turk's heads and replaced iron wire wrap.

A German Pappenheim rapier, circa 1620 Slender, double-edged blade of flattened hexagonal section, the ricasso with mark "T" struck on both sides. Swept iron hilt, the guard plates with fine lattice-like openwork. One arm of the quillons well replaced. Grip with original Turk's heads and replaced iron wire wrap.

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