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    European Sword-Rapier.

    41-inch straight double-sided blade with single fuller. 3/4-inch wide blade. Unknown maker. Light composition overall. Curved quillon with curved branch, leather bound grip [wiring missing]. Round pommel with concave design and button present. Possibly French. Sold together with copy of invoice from Blunderbuss Antiques in London to previous owner describing it as; 1 Sword / Circa 1600-1620 for the sum of 750 pounds, dated 15/10/94 [October 15, 1994]. Overall length is 47 1/2-inches.

    Condition: Very good for its age. Some thin dark areas of aging on blade with light surface rust on the ricasso. Property from a Central California Estate.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2021
    6th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 14
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