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Closeup Rapier Sword Dated: last quarter of the 16th century Culture: German Measurements: overall length 116 cm

Closeup Rapier Sword Dated: last quarter of the 16th century Culture: German Measurements: overall length 116 cm

Espada ropera de conchas - Brescia, Italia - c 1600.

Espada ropera de conchas - Brescia, Italia - c 1600.

Hand-and-a-half Sword  Dated: partly 16th century Culture: German Measurements: blade 121.5cm. Overall length 145.8cm

Hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: partly 16th century Culture: German Measurements: blade 121.5cm. Overall length 145.8cm

Dussage Sword Dated: 16th Century  Culture: Styrian (Austrian) or South German Measurements: overall length 94 cm

Dussage Sword Dated: 16th Century Culture: Styrian (Austrian) or South German Measurements: overall length 94 cm

Cup-hilted Rapier  Dated: 17th century Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 119 cm

Cup-hilted Rapier Dated: 17th century Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 119 cm

Executioner’s Sword Dated: circa 1600 Culture: German Measurements: broad blade (8cm). Length 117 cm The swords features floral ornaments and stylistic gallow and wheel.  Source: © 2013 Historica Arma

Executioner’s Sword Dated: circa 1600 Culture: German Measurements: broad blade (8cm). Length 117 cm The swords features floral ornaments and stylistic gallow and wheel. Source: © 2013 Historica Arma

Spanish Cup-Hilt Rapier  Dated: 17th century (probably with an older blade) Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 112 cm; blade length 92 cm

Spanish Cup-Hilt Rapier Dated: 17th century (probably with an older blade) Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 112 cm; blade length 92 cm

Яндекс.Фотки

Яндекс.Фотки

Rapier | 16th, Spain, overall length 120cm  The sword has a straight, double-edged blade of lenticular section, grooved at the forte, with the inscription “CLEMENS HORNN”. It has a richly chiselled iron hilt featuring remains of silver and gold plating. At the front there’s a large heart-shaped valve, pierced with floral motifs, while at the centre there’s a relieved mask; at the back lies a knuckle-guard decorated en suite. The quillons and guard end with the heads of dragons.

Rapier | 16th, Spain, overall length 120cm The sword has a straight, double-edged blade of lenticular section, grooved at the forte, with the inscription “CLEMENS HORNN”. It has a richly chiselled iron hilt featuring remains of silver and gold plating. At the front there’s a large heart-shaped valve, pierced with floral motifs, while at the centre there’s a relieved mask; at the back lies a knuckle-guard decorated en suite. The quillons and guard end with the heads of dragons.

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