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SPANISH COLONIAL HORSEMAN'S SWORD CA.1800
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This wonderful Spanish Colonial espada dates from the early 1800s, and is mounted with a 88cm long blade which is marked BREFFIT on the back. I wasn't unsuccessful in finding anything on this blade-maker.
Blade has a uniform dark patina. Hilt is unique to the Spanish Colonial vernacular. Characteristic peacock-shaped cup guard and other decorative elements can be seen on hilts of this style, which some attribute to Brazil.
Sword is very tight, lively and remains a very scarce, very well-done example of its style.



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