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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct, 2015 8:51 am    Post subject: New Muster Items at A&A Inc.         Reply with quote



We hope this finds everyone having a good fall. Things have been very busy at the shop and we are focusing on catching up on things after a very busy summer. We have a couple of items for the muster page that we hope will be just the thing for someone's collection.


Italian Rapier c. 1600


Burgundian Poleaxe with rondel and butt spike.

Just drop us a note or give a call. We will have more news and updates soon as we get the wheels moving for late fall and winter.

Have a great day from A&A!
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Pole axe is super cool!!

I am unfortunately, super un-flush with cash!! :-(

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Joe Fults wrote:
Pole axe is super cool!!

I am unfortunately, super un-flush with cash!! :-(


Know the felling my friend Happy
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I really love that rapier. My last rapier was acquired from your muster page, and I've been extremely fond of it. We'll see if the current one gets snapped up before I run out of willpower... Happy
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PostPosted: Mon 26 Oct, 2015 5:28 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Both look real good Craig. Also, I'm glad you have added an archive to the muster page like the news page. Helps me look back on things I missed the first time around in hopes of future ordering! Or maybe it was there all along and I didn't notice. Anyhow, great stuff as always.
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Sam Barris wrote:
I really love that rapier. My last rapier was acquired from your muster page, and I've been extremely fond of it. We'll see if the current one gets snapped up before I run out of willpower... Happy


I'm with you... I love, love, love that rapier. The filework decoration grabbed my attention the first time I saw it. It's simple and elegant at the same time. Alright, maybe not that simple.



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Nathan Robinson wrote:

I'm with you... I love, love, love that rapier. The filework decoration grabbed my attention the first time I saw it. It's simple and elegant at the same time. Alright, maybe not that simple.


Yes, the ribbon file work gives it great artistic unity.
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Craig Johnson wrote:
Joe Fults wrote:
Pole axe is super cool!!

I am unfortunately, super un-flush with cash!! :-(


Know the felling my friend Happy


I concur with those sentiments precisely - By the way, Craig, it's really good to see some new things on the Muster page. It's been seemingly quiet over there for far too long.

I also have to say that I'm astonished no one has picked up your 11th Century Sword - I'd love to add it to my collection, but again, those afore-mentioned sentiments!
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