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PostPosted: Fri 20 Apr, 2012 9:00 am    Post subject: rapier hanger furniture available         Reply with quote

Hi All,

It has only been 4 years coming, but I finally have a set of Rappier hanger and harness furniture available.

The set is everything you need for the hanger, the front strap and the belt and is available in Bronze for 135 = approximately $220.

I hope you like it.

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Beautiful! Will it be possible to purchase smaller groupings or individual pieces for use on earlier/simpler suspensions? I've been studying some of the Mary Rose finds as I prepare a scabbard project for that period, and I would need some, but not all, of the pieces shown. Or perhaps this set is distinctively later than would be appropriate for the 1540s(?).
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Leo Todeschini
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Hi Sean,

Thanks. The set is really a rapier set from about 1570 ish.

It is obviously for sale as a set but I am sure I can split some of the bits off for you. Send me a mail to discuss.

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Tod,

These look very fine, but how tough is bronze compared to, say, steel fittings? There's an awful lot of weight to hang off that S-hook, and I have had brass fittings fail on me before (which is why I currently use steel). Is cast bronze any tougher than cast brass?

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