Waist high ornamental fences made from wrought and cast iron were popular eye candy for regal Victorian style and turn of the 19th century homes. The Chicora Foundation Inc. notes that cemeteries also used the decorative metal fences. Designs incorporated
Antique 19th Century FENCING Foil SWORD 32 German RAPIER Solingen Forged Steel Épée de Combat century The French dueling sword or épée de combat was used throughout the century and well into the century in the settling of private quarrels.
Until the first half of the 19th century all types of academic fencing can be seen as duels, since fencing with sharp weapons was about honour. No combat with sharp blades took place without a formal insult. For duels involving non students, e.g. military officers,
For Sale on 1stdibs A great old section of 19th century iron fencing that we helped salvage from a property that was being torn down. The pieces were cut for transport into
Fencing Through the Years In the past, good, neighborly fences were usually made of wood or iron. By the late 19th century, the fashion for elaborate weaves began to wane, but more prosaic combinations of heavy wire, bars and castings remained popular
For Sale on 1stdibs The late 19th century fencing foil sword having a tapering steel blade and cord bound grip, the blade stamped ‘Gunner London’ to one side and 'Krumun a
Classical fencing is the style of fencing as it existed during the 19th and early 20th century. According to the 19th century fencing master Louis Rondelle, A classical fencer is supposed to be one who observes a fine position, whose attacks are fully developed
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Early Types of Fencing Text contained within brackets such as these explain obsolete word usage. In grateful appreciation to: Bob Grigg Curator: Colebrook Historical Society Municipal Historian: Town of Colebrook, County