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Estimate: £1,400 - £1,800
ca. US$1,748 - US$2,247
Price realised:  n. a.
Lot number 0497, Views: 9

A FRENCH PARTISAN FOR THE ROYAL GUARD, EARLY 18TH CENTURY with leaf-shaped blade tapering at the point and formed with a medial ridge, etched on each face with the crowned Royal arms of France and Navarre enclosed by the Orders of St Michel and St Esprit, the base with a pair of lugs and stamped 'Gounod' and 'L'Aine' on the respective faces, tapering faceted socket fitted with a transverse bolt (spike missing), a pair of straps, on a wooden haft with iron shoe and tassel 62.5 cm; 24 5/8 in head Provenance Robert-Jean Charles, Paris, sold Drouot, 8 December 1993, lot 306

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Thomas Del Mar Ltd.
Title: Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria Sale on Wednesday 7th December 2016
Date of the auction: 7 Dec 2016
Address: Thomas Del Mar Ltd.
Blythe Road 25
W14 0PD London
United Kingdom
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