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1681: An artillery dagger
Auction ended on December 2nd, 2006 UTC
1681: An artillery dagger
Lot Passed|Estimate: €250 - €350|Sell a Similar Item
Dating: first quarter of the 19th Century Provenence: France Lama costolata a due fili, fornimento in ottone con impugnatura a squame, elso con fiore in rilievo sul massello e pomo con gallo. Condition Report: middling
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