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Keystone View Company
1860s–1910s
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
French
1921
French
1921
French
1921
French
1900–1915
French
1870s
French
1900–1920
French
1900–1925
French
1908–14
French
1900–1910
French
ca. 1900
French
ca. 1910
French
1910
French
1910
French
1890–1919
French
1911
Juliana Berners
1903
Adam Weisweiler
ca. 1787
Martin Carlin
ca. 1776
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
Chinese porcelain 1573– ca. 1585, British mounts ca. 1585
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
1865–67
India (Jammu and Kashmir, ancient kingdom of Kashmir),
7th–8th century
Rosina Emmet
ca. 1878–85
American
1810–15
blade, possibly Iranian; guard and decoration on blade, Turkish; grip, Indian
blade, 18th–19th century; guard and decoration on blade, 19th century; grip, 18th century
Martin Carlin
ca. 1780
Syrian, Iranian, and Turkish
comprehensively ca. 1450–1550
Kolman Helmschmid
ca. 1515 and later
India (Jammu and Kashmir, ancient kingdom of Kashmir)
9th century
Duncan Phyfe
1835–47
Duncan Phyfe
1835–40
ca. 1981–1975 B.C.
Hilt and scabbard, Turkish; Blade, Iranian
late 16th–17th century
Master of Saint Giles
ca. 1500
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
Chinese porcelain 1573– ca. 1585, British mounts ca. 1585
Joseph Meeks & Sons
1829–35
India (Jammu and Kashmir, ancient kingdom of Kashmir)
8th–9th century
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
Chinese porcelain 1573– ca. 1585, British mounts ca. 1585