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Marcos Manufactory
late 19th century
Swiss
1570
Winchester Repeating Arms Company
1899–1900
Charles-Auguste Questel
1839
Sori Yanagi
Designed 1954; manufactured 1987
H. F. Meyer
ca. 1890
Claude-Charles Saunier
ca. 1780–90
Alessandro Maldura
1881
China
18th century
Christophe Wolff
ca. 1760–70
Georg Keiser
ca. 1710–20
Herter Brothers
1867–69
Joseph Meeks & Sons
1859
Hawkes & Son
ca. 1875
Joseph Meeks & Sons
1859
Sixtus Rauchwolff
1596
British
ca. 1790
Japanese
19th century
American
1805–15
Herter Brothers
ca. 1883
British
ca. 1780–90
Dong Gao
Charles Tisch
ca. 1884
Alexander Roux
ca. 1850–57
Iacopo Fiamengo
ca. 1595–1600
American
ca. 1870
René Dubois
ca. 1760
American
ca. 1855
Anthony G. Quervelle
1825–30
Durs Egg
hallmarked for 1787–88
Japanese
blade, 16th century; mounting, 19th century
Ignacio Fleta
1953
Herman Doomer
ca. 1640–50
Gilbert Rohde
ca. 1935
American
ca. 1920–30
Christian Frederick Martin
before 1867
François Lorée
ca. 1920
Stammer & Breul
1855
Austrian, Vienna
ca. 1815–30
Herts Brothers
ca. 1880