Parrying Dagger with Sheath

Attributed to Daniel Sadeler German

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Daniel Sadeler was a renowned specialist in the chiseled and gilt decoration of iron and steel. He worked at the court of the dukes of Bavaria, succeeding his equally famous elder brother Emanuel in 1610. Working in Munich from the 1590s to the 1630s the Sadelers produced some of the most finely decorated firearms and edged weapons ever created.

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