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Edge weapon — English steel hilt rapier, circa 1600-1650

Edge weapon — English steel hilt rapier, circa 1600-1650

Rapier Unknown Artist / Maker Milan, Italy c. 1600 - c. 1615 Iron or steel, silver and gold, false-damascened and fire-gilded Length: 112.7 cm Width: 3.1 cm Weight: 1.41 kg Incised mark: Small crosses or saltires Maker's mark: Crowned 'M' Stamped twice A625 European Armoury III

Rapier Unknown Artist / Maker Milan, Italy c. 1600 - c. 1615 Iron or steel, silver and gold, false-damascened and fire-gilded Length: 112.7 cm Width: 3.1 cm Weight: 1.41 kg Incised mark: Small crosses or saltires Maker's mark: Crowned 'M' Stamped twice A625 European Armoury III

Rapier Unknown Artist / Maker Hilt- Italy, blade- Germany c. 1540 and c.1610 (hilt (probably Italian)) c. 1610 (blade (German)) Iron or steel, gilded Length: 100.2 cm Width: 2.7 cm Weight: 1.03 kg Maker's mark: Stag's head within a pearled border Stamped twice

Rapier Unknown Artist / Maker Hilt- Italy, blade- Germany c. 1540 and c.1610 (hilt (probably Italian)) c. 1610 (blade (German)) Iron or steel, gilded Length: 100.2 cm Width: 2.7 cm Weight: 1.03 kg Maker's mark: Stag's head within a pearled border Stamped twice

Rapier, c.1625-1650 Federico Picinino (Italian) steel; hilt russeted; wire grip, Overall - l:144.80 cm (l:57 inches) Wt: 1.38 kg Quillions - w:22.50 cm (w:8 13/16 inches).

Rapier, c.1625-1650 Federico Picinino (Italian) steel; hilt russeted; wire grip, Overall - l:144.80 cm (l:57 inches) Wt: 1.38 kg Quillions - w:22.50 cm (w:8 13/16 inches).

Hand-and-a-half hunting sword, 1490-1500. Tyrol (Austria). Workshop of Hans Sumersperger of Hall. Steel; brass; dark and light horn. 2 lb. 7 oz. HAM # 2007.01 The elaborate & distinctive decoration of the hilt identifies the origin of this piece as the workshop of Hans Sumersperger of Hall. It was quite possibly made by Sumersperger himself. His clients included the imperial Austrian royal family; the sword is one of the few surviving examples of his work.

Hand-and-a-half hunting sword, 1490-1500. Tyrol (Austria). Workshop of Hans Sumersperger of Hall. Steel; brass; dark and light horn. 2 lb. 7 oz. HAM # 2007.01 The elaborate & distinctive decoration of the hilt identifies the origin of this piece as the workshop of Hans Sumersperger of Hall. It was quite possibly made by Sumersperger himself. His clients included the imperial Austrian royal family; the sword is one of the few surviving examples of his work.

Spanish Bilbo Sword Dated: circa 1700 Culture: Spanish, probably Toledo Medium: steel, wood Because of the inscriptions on the blade a crowned “R” (probably the maker’s mark), the letter “C” followed by the roman number “IV” (four) and the year “1796”, it is presumed that the sword could have belonged to the King Charles IV of Spain.

Spanish Bilbo Sword Dated: circa 1700 Culture: Spanish, probably Toledo Medium: steel, wood Because of the inscriptions on the blade a crowned “R” (probably the maker’s mark), the letter “C” followed by the roman number “IV” (four) and the year “1796”, it is presumed that the sword could have belonged to the King Charles IV of Spain.

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