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Skålrapir eller klock rapir - ett civilt vapen

Skålrapir eller klock rapir - ett civilt vapen

Blankvapen - skillnader mellan värjor, raoirer och sablar

Blankvapen - skillnader mellan värjor, raoirer och sablar

Dagger with Sheath, 19th century. Turkish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Giulia P. Morosini, in memory of her father, Giovanni P. Morosini, 1923 (23.232.3a, b) #sword

Dagger with Sheath, 19th century. Turkish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Giulia P. Morosini, in memory of her father, Giovanni P. Morosini, 1923 (23.232.3a, b) #sword

Hand forged knife: osage orange and w1

Hand forged knife: osage orange and w1

This knife is forged of tool steel with an Osage Orange handle. Its been hardened and triple tempered. It has a hard cutting edge and a

Rapiers and parrying daggers. Front row, left-to-right: Cup-Hilted Rapier and Matching Parrying Dagger: Italy (possibly Naples), 1650-75. Parrying Dagger with Scabbard: Italy (probably Naples), 1650-75. Cup-Hilted Rapier: Italy (probably Naples), 1650-75. Cup-Hilted Rapier: Italy (Milan: signed Carlo Picinino), 1650-75. Back row, left-to-right: Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1575-80. Rapier: robably Italy, early 17th century. Rapier: Italy, 1600-10. Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1600-10.

Rapiers and parrying daggers. Front row, left-to-right: Cup-Hilted Rapier and Matching Parrying Dagger: Italy (possibly Naples), 1650-75. Parrying Dagger with Scabbard: Italy (probably Naples), 1650-75. Cup-Hilted Rapier: Italy (probably Naples), 1650-75. Cup-Hilted Rapier: Italy (Milan: signed Carlo Picinino), 1650-75. Back row, left-to-right: Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1575-80. Rapier: robably Italy, early 17th century. Rapier: Italy, 1600-10. Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1600-10.

Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt, early 17th century. Polish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from various donors, 1929 (29.158.716a, b) | This is one of a series of twelve jeweled sabers made in Hungarian style for use at the Saxon court in Dresden. #sword

Saber with Scabbard and Carrying Belt, early 17th century. Polish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from various donors, 1929 (29.158.716a, b) | This is one of a series of twelve jeweled sabers made in Hungarian style for use at the Saxon court in Dresden. #sword

Damascus Steel handmade knife dagger ROSEMARY by DCIllusion, $125.00

Damascus Steel handmade knife dagger ROSEMARY by DCIllusion, $125.00

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