Late 17th Century Spanish Rapier
FaganArms Certificate of Authenticity c.1700
The Cavalry Soldier A+(594)
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Item 716283677
Location Meridian, ID 83646
Priority Mail$75.00
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Featured in this auction is a Late 17th Century Spanish Rapier approx. 1690-1710. Comes with FaganArms Certificate of Authenticity. See attached photo. Overall length is 36 ½ inches. The 30 inch blade is in overall good condition; It is pitted, but sound enough. The blade generally straight as they come but with a very slight curvature towards the tip area. The Cup Hilt is 4 5/8 inches in diameter and in good condition, with some small dents, but they do not detract from the overall presentation of the Rapier as seen in the photo’s. The Quillon is 8 ¼ inches in total width and has simple finales at each end. The Pommel and Button are in overall good condition as well. The grip is exceptional, and may have been replaced at some point in its’ life, however done very well. The inscription is very weak on both sides and almost illegible, but portions of the weak inscription may be some of the letters of the following "MI SINNAL SANTISMO CRUCIFICIO". Translated, “My sign is the Holy Cross ” this inscription can be accredited to mean the blade and sword were made by Enriques Coll AKA Eiriko Gol, a Spanish swordsmith working in Solingen (Prussia, Germany) towards the end of the 17th Century. Further study is recommended. All in all an great example of a robust fighting sword. XXX I will ship internationally through DHL, UPS or FedEx only, inquire for Insured shipping cost. Please email with questions. Good luck, please ask questions. XXX Purchased from about (2) years ago, and it's time to share this great piece of history. XXXXX TERMS & CONDITIONS: I offer a layaway plan at the Buy Now price. 1/3 down at purchase, balance paid in (3) equal payments, one payment every 30 days, starting from purchase date. XXXX I also accept Credit Card payments. Please add 3.5% to the total cost including Shipping & Insurance when using your card. XXXX Please call Howard with questions on my mobile, (208)995-0134, or email. XXX I guarantee 100% Authenticity or your money back. Please take a look at my other auctions. You just might see something you have to have. Thanks for stopping by.
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