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Steel rapier with straight cross-guard and cup, pierced with lines of foliage; chased pommel; possibly Spanish; 17th century
Rapier with downturned quillons and wooden grip, the blade stamped 'WHITES LONDON', and scabbard. Used by Henry Irving as Hamlet, Lyceum Theatre, 31 October 1874.
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 rapier? Maharashtra
Sword rapier? steel with silver mounts, Maharashtra
Rapier used by Michael Redgrave as Hamlet, New Theatre, 2 February 1950.
Gauntlet sword with a rapier blade, possibly of Spanish manufacture, with a nielloed brass hilt in the form of a tiger's head, Oudh, probably 19th century
Rapier blade in the 16th century style, probably South Germany, 19th century
Rapier with a pierced and chiselled steel hilt, the pommel with lattice piercings, Brescia, late 17th century
Rapier with a small double shell guard, inlaid with silver, the triangular section etched blade ca. 1700
Rapier with a small russetted steel hilt with silver inlay, the blade signed TOMAS AIALA, 17th century
Swept hilt rapier in the 16th century style, probably 19th century
The blade signed 'CLEMENS.DINGER.SOLINGEN.MEFECIT'
Rapier blade with a maker's mark of 'ST' crowned, etched with birds and goats amid scrolls, 16th century
Swept hilt rapier, the blade 16th century, the hilt, chiselled and parcel gilt in the style of the 16th century
Rapier with a short three sided blade mounted in a small hilt and guard of silver, chased with figures, trophies and masks, the grip bound with silver wire, England, early 18th century
Cup hilt rapier
Cup hilt rapier, the hilt blackened, pierced and chiselled, the blade inlaid in copper, Italy (Rome), ca. 1670
Cup hilt rapier, the hilt of pierced and chiselled steel, Spain, ca. 1660
Cup hilt rapier, the hilt of pierced and chiselled steel after 1690, the blade earlier, Spain (Toledo)
Cup hilt rapier, the hilt of pierced and chiselled steel, the blade signed 'CAINO', Italy (Naples), ca. 1650
Cup hilt rapier, the hilt of pierced and chiselled steel, Spain, ca. 1630
Rapier with an encrusted silver hilt, England, ca. 1610
Swept hilt rapier, the hilt chiselled, the Spanish blade inscribed 'RVIZ TARRO', Germany, ca. 1600
Left hand dagger
Main gauche with a chiselled and gilt iron hilt, Italy, mid 16th century
Rapier with a russet iron hilt, enriched with silver, the blade with the mark of Johannes Wundes, Germany (Solingen), 1625-50
Swept hilt rapier, the hilt encrusted with silver, the blade inscribed 'MONTE IN TOLEDO', Germany, ca. 1600
Main gauche with a pierced and chiselled steel hilt, Spain, ca. 1650
Main gauche with a pierced and chiselled steel hilt, Brescia, ca. 1640
Main Gauche with a pierced and chiselled steel hilt, with pierced and serrated blade, Spain, ca. 1630
Rapier with a steel hilt and stamped blade, Spain, ca. 1650
Main gauche of blackened iron, with a serrated and toothed blade, Spain, ca. 1590
Main gauche with a blackened iron hilt, England, ca. 1590
Main gauche with a blackened iron hilt, Germany, ca. 1600
Main gauche with a blackened iron hilt, encrusted with silver, Germany, ca. 1600
Rapier with a steel hilt engraved on a stippled ground. The blade by Peter Tesche, Germany, ca. 1600
Chiselled and engraved iron hilt, the blade inscribed ANTONIO PICININO
The swept hilt of pierced steel, the blade incised with the design of a helmet and RECAREDUS GOTOZUM.R., a reference to the 6th century Spanish hero Recared, King of the Goths
The blade inscribed SEBASTIAN ERNANEZ, and also an inventory number 'XVII'
Hand and a half sword
Swept hilt rapier and sheath, Italy, ca. 1580
Dagger, bodkin and sheath
Cup hilt guard from a rapier, of pierced and chiselled iron, Brescia, ca. 1690
Main gauche with a pierced and chiselled steel hilt en suite with the cup hilt rapier M.97-1921, Spain, ca. 1650
Cup hilt rapier of pierced and chiselled steel en suite with the dagger M.123-1921, Spain, ca. 1650
Swept hilt rapier with pierced and chiseled iron hilt, formerly gilt. The blade is inscribed DE TOMA DE AIALA, Northern Europe, ca. 1635
Rapier, the steel hilt encrusted with silver, the blade inscribed 'ANTONIO PICINIO', English, ca. 1600
Rapier with a flamboyant blade, the hilt chiseled and gilt, russetted, with an oval plate with the arms of the Sforzas, Italian, ca. 1610
Rapier, the hilt formerly gilt and silver inlaid (restored), the blade stamped 'IHS', Italy, late 16th century
Rapier, with straight quillons and a steel hilt cut with concave facets. The blade inscribed NON TITUBARE SE TURBAR TI DEVI, German, ca. 1620
Rapier and dagger
Cup hilt rapier and sheath
Rapier, gilt iron hilt encrusted with silver, the blade inscribed 'ME FECIT SOLINGEN', Italy, ca. 1600
Sword chape, from a rapier, steel, engraved with gold, England, early 17th century
Main gauche of gilt iron, the blade marked 'B', Germany (possibly Saxony), late 16th century
Main gauche, chiselled and damascened in gold with Old Testament subjects and satyr head quillon terminals, France, 1575-1600
Left hand dagger and sheath
With an engraved steel hilt, chiselled and gilt late 16th century.
Sword and scabbard
Swept hilt rapier with a chiseled and pierced iron hilt, Northern Europe, ca. 1635
Gold brooch in the form of a rapier, formerly owned by Captain Alfred Hutton
Swept hilt rapier, the blade marked 'ALONZO.DE.SAHAGVN.EN.TOLEDO', with a maker's mark 'S' crowned, the hilt chiselled and parcel gilt, Spain (Toledo), 16th century
Cup hilt rapier, the blade signed 'DOMINGO SANCHEZ', Spain, 19th century
Swordstick (gupti) with a slender burnished rapier blade in a dark blue painted sheath decorated with gold floral ornament, Lahore, 19th century.
Gauntlet sword (pata) decorated with zigzag and fish motif ornament in brass, Panjab, 19th century.
Gauntlet sword with a flexible rapier blade with a grip enclosed by an elbow length steel gauntlet with brass mounts, Panjab, 18th or 19th century.
Rapier, pierced and chiselled hilt, English, ca. 1660
Rapier and sheath