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The Wallace Collection

London’s Wallace Collection is one of the world’s premiere museum collections. Research Assistant, Francesca Levey, has the enviable task of cataloging the Oriental Armoury and has shared some of her experiences and insights in a blog post. Get a sense … Continue reading

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Fort Ticonderoga Smallsword

Given the rather esoteric nature of classical fencing, it is not very common to find a close examination of a weapon from another age. However, historic Fort Ticonderoga has provided a detailed look at the craftsmanship and components of an … Continue reading

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The Academy of the Sword

Maestro Jeannette Martinez recently shared an interesting link with the Association for Historical Fencing that I wanted to pass along to you. It is a link to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s publication, The Academy of the Sword: Illustrated Fencing … Continue reading

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