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London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
Chinese, made for the European or American market
ca. 1700–1800
John Champion
ca. 1770–72
Francis Perigal
probably ca. 1770
Benjamin Goodison
ca. 1730
Jacob Halder
1586
Rosina Emmet
ca. 1878–85
hilt, Japanese, made for the European market
hilt, ca. 1700; blade, ca. 1700–1725
John Trumbull
1789
British, made for the American market
second half of the 18th century
British, made for the American market
second half of the 18th century
Godfried Schalcken
probably 1680s
British, made for the American market
second half of the 18th century
Lilly Martin Spencer
1854
Nicolas Huyot
ca. 1768–72, with later additions
hilt, Japanese, made for the European market; blade, Western European
hilt, ca. 1700–1725; blade, ca. 1750
Chinese, for Swedish market
1745–55
Joachim Beuckelaer
1568
Northern Indian, for the Western market
ca. 1775
F. & C. Osler
ca. 1850
Dihl et Guérhard
ca. 1800–1815
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1720
Chinese, for American market
1770–1800
Royal Workshops at Greenwich
ca. 1585–86
George Harrison
probably ca. 1770
Hendrick ter Brugghen
ca. 1624–25
Winslow Homer
1877
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Sri Lankan market
first quarter of the 18th century
Japanese, possibly Dejima, for the Western market
ca. 1730
Jacob Halder
ca. 1595–96; restored and completed, 1915
Jacob Halder
1586
Jacob Halder
ca. 1587, restored and completed 1915
Jacob Halder
ca. 1587, restored and completed 1915
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1693–97
Chinese, for American market
Ca. 1800
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1760
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1723–35
Royal Workshops at Greenwich
ca. 1630–40
William Vile
1760–61