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16th Century Spanish Left Handed Dagger - Length 43cm

16th Century Spanish Left Handed Dagger - Length 43cm

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

Italian Dagger Dated: 16th Century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: North Italy Measurements: ovarall length 44cm

Italian Dagger Dated: Century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: North Italy Measurements: ovarall length

Dagger Date: late 15th century Culture: French Medium: Steel, bronze, bone Dimensions: L. 13 9/16 in. (34.5 cm); W. 1 3/4 in. (4.5 cm); D. 1 1/4 in. (3.2 cm)

Dagger Date: late century Culture: French Medium: Steel, bronze, bone Dimensions: L.

Swept Hilted Rapier      Maker: Louis Martine de Moreno     Dated: 16th century     Culture: Spanish     Measurements: overall length 125 cm

Swept Hilted Rapier Maker: Louis Martine de Moreno Dated: century Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 125 cm

R-E73B.- Daga española, mediados s.XIX. Perfecta adaptación decimonónica, realizada de armero, de una hoja de Caballería a daga para cinto. Marcada "R" coronada, "Cs IV", "C.", "To", 1795. Guarnición en hierro. Long. total: 42,5 cm; Long. hoja: 28,5 cm

R-E73B.- Daga española, mediados s.XIX. Perfecta adaptación decimonónica, realizada de armero, de una hoja de Caballería a daga para cinto. Marcada "R" coronada, "Cs IV", "C.", "To", 1795. Guarnición en hierro. Long. total: 42,5 cm; Long. hoja: 28,5 cm

I know this one's a sword... But I'm going to put it with the knifes anyways.

Laura's rapier and dagger. Edward got her a pair rather than the one sword she asked for.

Indian katar, from Thanjavur (formerly Tanjore) in South India, 16th century, triple European blades. Dimensions: L. 21 1/8 in. (53.7 cm); W. 3 3/16 in. (8.1 cm); Wt. 23.9 oz. (677.6 g), Met Museum. Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935. #5

The Faeclaws, weapons forged by a Smithy of Struggle, an elf long ago dedicated to the Sylvan of Struggle, who wanted to even battle against the Fae

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blade- Brescia, Italy c. 1630 Iron or steel, leather and silver, inlaid with silver Length: cm Width: cm Weight: kg

German Riding Sword (Reitschwert), c. 1599. Note how short the grip is; the ricasso is expected to be employed as a surface for at least the index finger. Note also the wear close to the center of percussion. Philadelphia Museum of Art

German Riding Sword (Reitschwert), c. The blade is etched and partially blackened steel; the hilt is etched and partially blackened iron, wood, and fish skin. (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

An extremely rare Burgundy dagger, provenance: France dating: 15th Century.

"An extremely rare Burgundy dagger, provenance: France dating: Century.

Medieval Quillon Dagger  Dated: first quarter of the 15th century Measurements: Length 40cm In excavated condition, this dagger has a double-edged blade tapering to a narrow point. The crosspiece is formed with a pair of arched short quillons with swelling tips bevelled over their outer edges. Both sides of the dagger come with a small écusson between. The dagger’s pommel is globular.

Medieval Quillon Dagger Dated: first quarter of the 15th century Measurements: Length 40cm In excavated condition, this dagger has a double-edged blade tapering to a narrow point. The crosspiece is formed with a pair of arched short quillons with swelling tips bevelled over their outer edges. Both sides of the dagger come with a small écusson between. The dagger’s pommel is globular.

Khanjar Dagger.      Dated: 20th century (in the Mughal style). | Copyright © 2014 Expertissim

Indian khanjar dagger, century, in the Mughal style.

Persian mace, 17th century, steel, gold, L. 321/2 in. (82.6 cm), Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Mace Century CE Persian Weapon) (Bequest of George C.

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