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Dating: XVI Sec.
Straight blade with two wires fluted centerline, losangata to the tip, with heel rectangular laying three grooves and two punches on both sides; elegant hilt partially gilded and silvered hilt with "S" dots decorated in gold and silver on the bottom end with a lion's head; pelta shell divided into six segments, laying at the edge of warriors in combat within oval cartouches. Pomo with warriors within an oval surmounted by a mask, the two sides of a dragon's head in the round. Wooden grip covered with braid and with meringue kisses in silver thread.
Source: Friedrich Rudolph von Berdhold, Dresden. Sale Heberle (H. Lempertz Söhne), Cologne, 26 May 1898, lot no. 322.