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Dolch / Prunkwaffengarnitur bestehend aus Rapier und Doch mit Scheide Vermutlich Dresden. Anfang 17. Jahrhundert. Klinge: vermutlich Solingen.

Rapiers and Parrying Daggers This is a post for parisa. She decided that her OC will wield a rapier, but rapiers are more than pretty swords… and they were usually combined with a parrying.

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Hand-and-half sword [Probably Germany] (2006.564) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bastard - Hand-and-half sword, steel and copper alloy, Probably Germany, c.

Walloon sword, blade 88 cm long and 4,5 cm wide at the top. Blade has 2 etched male figures (bishops). In a museum in Denmark.

Walloon sword, blade 88 cm long and cm wide at the top. Blade has 2 etched male figures (bishops). In a museum in Denmark.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Rapier - Blade made by bladesmith Clemens Meigen, German (active Solingen), active late century

Italian Sword c. 1490. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Italian Sword c. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Rapier, 1622. Steel, iron silver wire. All the elements are engraved and damascened in silver with volutes of flowers and fruits, serpents, grotesques and seraphs. Inscription: 'VIDE SED CUI VIDEM' - "Trust, but mind who you trust". -The Poldi Pezzoli Museum-

All the elements of the hilt are engraved and damascened in silver with volutes of flowers and fruits, serpents, grotesques and seraphs. On the blade next .

Rapier Alonso de Sahagun (active between: 1570 - 1599)	, Swordsmith Hilt- possibly The Netherlands; blade- Toledo, Spain or Germany c. 1635 - c. 1645 (hilt) c. 1570 - 1600 (blade) Steel.

Rapier Alonso de Sahagun (active between: 1570 - , Swordsmith Hilt- possibly The Netherlands; blade- Toledo, Spain or Germany c. 1635 - c. 1645 (hilt) c.

1600, German/Saxony - Art of Swords

German/Saxony - Art of Swords

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