Hanwei Pappenheimer
Original: European, early 17th century

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This ia factory-created prototype of this sword. The double clam shell fits among the swirled hilt and is perforated with diamond cutouts and lined in red suede. Also featured are recurved quillons, faceted wire-bound grip, and a mushroom-shaped pommel.

Has a leather-covered wooden scabbard.
Overall length: 45"
Weight: 3.1 pounds
Width of guard: 9.5"
Blade: 36" long below guards; 1.125" wide tapering to .75"
Grip and pommel: 6.25"
Point of Balance (PoB): 3" from guard

Maker: CAS Iberia / Hanwei of China.

This item has been retired from the collection.

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