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Grip attributed to Joseph Deutschmann | Hunting Sword with Scabbard | about 1740 -


I just love the look of this sword

Parrying dagger (pugnale bolognese), ca. 1550–75; Italian. Partly gilt steel, brass & wood. Designed to be used together with a rapier, this dagger is fitted with a side ring, recurved quillons & a depression at the base of one side of the blade to accommodate the thumb and facilitate a firmer grip. The waves in the blade may be intended to act like "speed bumps" in breaking the impact of a blow from an opponent's blade. The piercing of the fullers (grooves) is decorative.

Eamon's sword

Scimitar with Scabbard, 17th century. Persian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Richard B. Seager, 1926 (26.35.1a, b) #sword