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Chinese, for the Continental European market
1725–30
Chinese, for European market
ca. 1735
Chinese, for European market
ca. 1770
Chinese, for European market
1700–1725
Chinese, for European market
1700–1725
Chinese, for European market
late 17th century
David Morier
ca. 1751–60
Chinese, made for the European or American market
ca. 1700–1800
Chinese, for Portuguese market
ca. 1520–40
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1760
Chinese, for French market
late 18th century
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1723–35
Chinese, for Swedish market
1745–55
Japanese, for European market
ca. 1700–1720
Joachim Beuckelaer
1568
Chinese, for European market
ca. 1782–85
Japanese, for European market
1710–30
John Champion
ca. 1770–72
Japanese, for European market
ca. 1720
Japanese, for European market
1680–1700
Chinese, for European, probably Dutch, market
ca. 1740–45
Chinese, for European, probably French, market
1725–30
Chinese, for European, probably Dutch, market
ca. 1740–45
hilt, Japanese, made for the European market
hilt, ca. 1700; blade, ca. 1700–1725
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1693–97
Chinese, for Portuguese market
ca. 1520–40
Cornelis Pronk
ca. 1740
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1720
Chinese, for American market
1770–1800
Chinese, for American market
Qing dynasty (1644–1911), ca. 1784–92
Chinese, for Scottish market
ca. 1737
India (Coromandel Coast), for the Sri Lankan market
first quarter of the 18th century
hilt, Japanese, made for the European market; blade, Western European
hilt, ca. 1700–1725; blade, ca. 1750
Japanese, for European, probably Dutch, market
ca. 1710
Northern Indian, for the Western market
ca. 1775
Japanese, possibly Dejima, for the Western market
ca. 1730
Japanese, for European market
18th century
Japanese, for European market
ca. 1770
Amoy Chinqua
1719
Japanese, for European market
late 17th century