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PostPosted: Thu 02 Sep, 2010 7:28 am    Post subject: A&A A Singular Piece Available One Last Time         Reply with quote



The Last Elizabethan Rapier from Arms & Armor



A special rapier on the Muster Page. as the last production of our Elizabethan Rapier. We have added a customized blade and have an opportunity for one lucky customer to have this great piece in their collection.

Hope it makes your day!

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Very cool looking as always Craig.
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I have always been a fan of your pierced rapier blades!
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The pictures you posted in this thread do not load for me, though I can access them directly (right-click, view image). Is anyone else having this problem as well?
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PostPosted: Thu 02 Sep, 2010 2:12 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Sander Marechal wrote:
The pictures you posted in this thread do not load for me, though I can access them directly (right-click, view image). Is anyone else having this problem as well?


Something is mis-configured with A&A's web server. If you load the page twice it shows up.

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Yea it does that for me everytime too. I think its a modern trend for some ftp programs to default not allowing images to show off site or something.
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Matthew Stagmer wrote:
Yea it does that for me everytime too. I think its a modern trend for some ftp programs to default not allowing images to show off site or something.


It isn't related to FTP. It's a Web server configuration issue. Let's not troubleshoot in this promotional topic and take away from A&A's marketing efforts. We can take it offline if needed.

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I have one of these swords in my collection and I can speak for its grace and beauty. This is a rapier you will not find anywhere else. There is also a matching dagger that you should check out as well!
"Those who live by the sword...will usually die with a huge, unpaid credit card balance!"
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PostPosted: Fri 03 Sep, 2010 8:16 am    Post subject: Rapier         Reply with quote

Good morning guys,

Thank you for the nice comments on the rapier. It is a nice piece and one the surprises people in how nimble such a long rapier can be.

The Fair is going well Matthew, thanks for asking, though it has been quite hot. Nothing like doing forging and longsword demos in 90+ degrees. Eek!

Really have had some fun customers visit us so far this year and hope more will be able to come by and visit. Also the rapier will be on display for handling and such if it does not sell today Happy

Everyone have a Great Labor Day Weekend!!

Craig
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