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Heavy dussage (falchion or cutlass), 16th century

Heavy dussage (falchion or cutlass), 16th century

Magnificent German Dutch gilt rapier, ca 1610-1620.

Magnificent German Dutch gilt rapier, ca 1610-1620.

Metropolitan Museum:   Fencing doublet and swords  Fencing Doublet: Western Europe, ~1580.  Swords, left-to-right:  -Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1610-20.  -Rapier: Germany, 1610-20.  -Rapier: Northern Europe (probably Germany), blade dated 1620.  -Broadsword: Northern Europe (possibly Switzerland), early 17th century.  -Rapier: Probably French, 1610-20.  -Rapier: Probably Germany, early 17th century.    Sword blades are probably from Toledo, Spain, or Solingen, Germany.

Metropolitan Museum: Fencing doublet and swords Fencing Doublet: Western Europe, ~1580. Swords, left-to-right: -Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1610-20. -Rapier: Germany, 1610-20. -Rapier: Northern Europe (probably Germany), blade dated 1620. -Broadsword: Northern Europe (possibly Switzerland), early 17th century. -Rapier: Probably French, 1610-20. -Rapier: Probably Germany, early 17th century. Sword blades are probably from Toledo, Spain, or Solingen, Germany.

Une épée

Une épée

Superb Exhibition Grade French Hunting Sword with Finely Engraved Silver Sheath and Figural Silver H. Measuring 25 inches in overall length, this sword is equipped with a double edged spear point blade, 18 1/2 inches long, with a pair of deep, thin 7 1/2 inch fullers on each side, and a square ricasso deeply stamped with a floral proof on the reverse. The blade quality is very high, perhaps from a combat weapon of the late 1600s or 1700s. iCollector.com

Superb Exhibition Grade French Hunting Sword with Finely Engraved Silver Sheath and Figural Silver H. Measuring 25 inches in overall length, this sword is equipped with a double edged spear point blade, 18 1/2 inches long, with a pair of deep, thin 7 1/2 inch fullers on each side, and a square ricasso deeply stamped with a floral proof on the reverse. The blade quality is very high, perhaps from a combat weapon of the late 1600s or 1700s. iCollector.com

A kastane.    provenance:	 	Ceylon dating:	 	first quarter of the 18th Century.

A kastane. provenance: Ceylon dating: first quarter of the 18th Century.

A beautiful storta:  provenance:	 	North Italy dating:	 	16th Century

A beautiful storta: provenance: North Italy dating: 16th Century

Indian Khanda, 19th century, very large and impressive sword measures 102cms long and has a blade length of 77cms. The early basket hilt supports a very heavy and broad blade of 19th century manufacture. The early hilt retains parts of its original silver koftgari, the blade is excellent quality, heavy and sharp. It has multiple fullers, decorative aspects shaped in to the blade and a broad single cutting edge with a partial back edge.

Indian Khanda, 19th century, very large and impressive sword measures 102cms long and has a blade length of 77cms. The early basket hilt supports a very heavy and broad blade of 19th century manufacture. The early hilt retains parts of its original silver koftgari, the blade is excellent quality, heavy and sharp. It has multiple fullers, decorative aspects shaped in to the blade and a broad single cutting edge with a partial back edge.

Qianlong Imperial Dao sword

Qianlong Imperial Dao sword

AlgeriaFlissa from Algeria, Africa. Part of the Pitt Rivers Museum Founding Collection. Given to the Museum in 1884. This flissa or flyssa is the distinctive weapon of the Kabyle Berber people of Algeria. Since they vary in length they are sometimes classed as swords, sometimes as knives. Unlike many North African swords which are fitted with European blades, the flissa blade is without exception of local manufacture.

AlgeriaFlissa from Algeria, Africa. Part of the Pitt Rivers Museum Founding Collection. Given to the Museum in 1884. This flissa or flyssa is the distinctive weapon of the Kabyle Berber people of Algeria. Since they vary in length they are sometimes classed as swords, sometimes as knives. Unlike many North African swords which are fitted with European blades, the flissa blade is without exception of local manufacture.