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Partizan, Dated: 1620 Culture: French Medium: steel, gold, copper alloy, silk, velvet and cotton, blued and damascened

Partizan, Dated: 1620 Culture: French Medium: steel, gold, copper alloy, silk…

Partisan Carried by the Bodyguard of Louis XIV  FRENCH,1670-80

Partisan Carried by the Bodyguard of Louis XIV FRENCH,1670-80

A RARE ETCHED AND GILT PARTISAN OF THE GUARD OF THE ELECTOR JOHANN GEORG II OF SAXONY, CIRCA 1656-80.

Partisan spear, Guard of Elector Johann Georg II of Saxony,

Partisan Carried by the Bodyguard of Louis XIV (1638–1715, reigned from 1643)  Date:     ca. 1670–80 Culture:     French, Paris Medium:     Steel, blued and damascened with gold; wood; textile

Partisan Carried by the Bodyguard of Louis XIV reigned from Date: ca. Culture: French, Paris Medium: Steel, blued and damascened with gold;

Partisan, 1729-1732                                                Germany, 18th century

An century etched partisan. The Armor Court at the CMA is outstanding and a favorite gallery. From the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art.

GRUZ, Mace  18 / 19th Century  India   Steel, silver

Indian spiked mace, to century, steel with silver koftgari.

Golden mace of hetman Stanisław Jabłonowski by Anonymous from Persia or Lviv, mid 17th century, Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie (MNK)

Golden mace of hetman Stanisław Jabłonowski by Anonymous from Persia or Lviv, mid century, Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie (MNK)

A beautiful linstock, provenance: North Italy  dimensions: height 81 cm.  dating: 17th Century

A beautiful linstock, provenance: North Italy dimensions: height 81 cm.

A linstock halberd, dating: circa 1600  provenance: Italy

A linstock pole weapon,Italy, ca.

French Partisan, c.1710

French Partisan, c.1710

a gift given to a royal- Partizan, of the guard of Louis XIV, decorated with an image of Hercules, c.1670-80 (steel, gold and velvet)

silver and gold spear

RENAISSANCE ARMS AND ARMOUR 16TH Spear for boar-hunting of Ferdinand II of Tyrol (1529-1595) Steel, silver gilded, engraved and damascened. Around 1560 Inv. A 752 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ruestkammer, Vienna, Austria

Spear for boar-hunting ("Saufeder") of Ferdinand II of Tyrol Steel, silver gilded, engraved and damascened.

A NETHERLANDISH PARADE HALBERD, circa 1590-1600

A Netherlandish parade halberd, circa

Boar or Bear Spear of a Prince Elector of Saxony and His Entourage Made in Saxony, Germany c. 1600 Philadelphia Museum of Art

The leaf-like shape marks this spear as from the eastern side of Dimir.

Fauchard of the Bodyguard of Cardinal Scipione Borghese-Caffarelli (1576–1633)                                                                                      Date:                                        ca. 1600–1610                                                          Culture:                                        Italian                                                          Medium:                                        Steel, copper, gold, silver, wood, textile

Fauchard of Cardinal Scipione Borghese-Caffarelli Bodyguard CE)

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