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Letter opener in the form of a miniature sword, with scabbard
Toy sword and scabbard, painted metal in blue and gold, with red tassles and black belt, British, 1960s-1970s.
Display of four swords for marionettes, from the Martinek Troupe, ca. 1860.
Print, book cover for 'The formation of the Polish community in Great Britain 1939-1950', Keith Sword with Norman Davies & Jan Ciechanowski, design by Danuta Laskowska (DA-LA), London, 20th century.
Sword and sheath (dha)
Curved single edged sword (dha) with iron mounts in a wooden hilt with a sheath composed of two carved wooden halves, Burma, C19
Curved single edged sword (dha) mounted in a wooden grip bound with worn red fabric, Burma, C19
Property sword (short sword?) used by the Gaiety Theatre (1903-1950), with a flimsy black painted metal blade and gold painted wooden hilt, Given by Mrs Evelyn Disher
Property sword (gladius or short sword?) used by the Gaiety Theatre (1903-1950), with a flimsy black painted metal blade, bone grip and brass pommel and hollow box guard, Given by Mrs Evelyn Disher
Swept hilt rapier
Swept hilt rapier with gilt guard and pommel in pineapple design, wire over crimson velvet grip, the blade etched and inscribed (partially illegible), 'EN...&Co. ....ERS Birmingham', Henry Irving's second sword for the Lyceum production of 'Hamlet', 30 December 1878.
Sword in scabbard
Property sword and scabbard made in one piece, gold painted metal with black and red velvet behind pierced metal, and imitation ruby and sapphire stones on the hilt. Used by Henry Irving as 'Macbeth' at the Lyceum Theatre, 29 December 1888.
Stage property (puppet theatre)
Property sword for Kasperltheater; wooden, the handle and the tip painted yellow, the blade silver grey.
19thC, Royal Armoury, Madrid; Laurent J, Swords battleaxes & daggers
19thC, Royal Armoury, Madrid; Laurent J, Swords & Daggers
'The Duek of Norfolke'. Double-page design from the Almain Armourers' Album, Royal Armouries, Greenwich, compiled between 1557 and 1587, showing a design for an armour and supplementary pieces for Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk (1536-72) (page nos. 48-49)
Franck, M., Paris, France. Swords and daggers, and cutlass, French and Italian, 16th-17th century. Album, 'L'Art Ancien, Photographies des Collections Célèbres, Vol VI, Nos. 501-600.' Paris, 1868. Albumen print
Satirical illustration by G. Bar showing three men brandishing swords and followed by a large crowd on the road to Paris. Hand-coloured lithograph, France, 1870-1871.