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16th Century Spanish Left Handed Dagger - Length 43cm

16th Century Spanish Left Handed Dagger - Length 43cm

Rare gilded Left-hand Dagger Dated: third quarter of the 16th century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: North Italy Measurements: length 42.6cm

Rare gilded Left-hand Dagger Dated: third quarter of the century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: North Italy Measurements: length

A pierced left hand dagger, Naples, 16th century

Lot: A pierced left hand dagger, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Czerny's International Auction House, Auction: Fine Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria, Date: October 2009 UTC

Left hand dagger, Italy in the late 16th century

Left hand dagger, Italy in the late century. Love this pommel!

A South German Rondel Dagger, first half of the 15th century  Inlaid with decorative silver wire  Overall length: 44.6 cm (17.6"); Blade length: 33 cm (13")  Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany

A South German Rondel Dagger, first half of the century Inlaid with decorative silver wire Overall length: cm Blade length: 33 cm Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany.

A Left-Hand Dagger In German Or Swiss Late 16th Century Style -  19th Century

A Left-Hand Dagger In German Or Swiss Late Century Style - Century

A FINE ITALIAN LEFT HAND DAGGER CIRCA 1590. Of large proportions with thick diamond section blade and finely formed down turned guard with large ring guard. This dagger undoubtedly was made en suite with a swept hilt rapier and was used in the left hand to parry an opponents blows. The stepped decorative finials of the down turned guard could also be used to engage an opponents blade, even if only briefly to provide the opportunity for a counter thrust. Blade length: 12 1/2

A FINE ITALIAN LEFT HAND DAGGER CIRCA Of large proportions with thick diamond section blade and finely formed down turned guard with large ring guard. This dagger undoubtedly was made en suite with a swept hilt rapier and was used in the left hand t

Taza Spanish Cup Hilt Rapier XVII th century.    Taza Rapier, which means bowl in Spanish, XVII th century style, Viollet le Duc period. This is a good example of a rapier, the weapon used by the famous three musketeers, Cyrano de Bergerac and other heroes of the XVII th century.

Taza Spanish Cup Hilt Rapier XVII th century. Taza Rapier, which means bowl in Spanish, XVII th century style. Rapiers came into use in the C., until the C, when they were worn more to designate status rather an for actual use.

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