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0041964
DUELING, 1595.
Dueling techniques as illustrated in 'Vincentio Saviolo, His Practise,' a translation, published at London, England, in 1595, of a treatise of 1558 commonly used by Elizabethan actors preparing for stage duels. Woodcut.
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0066640
FRANCE: FENCING, c1750.
A thrust in epee or foil fencing. Copper engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0266954
FENCING SCHOOL, 1890.
'A School of Arms.' Engraving, English, 1890.
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0325278
ACTOR, 19th CENTURY.
Portrait of an actor. Photograph, late 19th century.
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0051093
FRANCE: FENCING, c1750.
Position after disarming in epee or foil fencing. Copper engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0526727
HELENE MAYER (1910-1953).
German fencer. Photograph, c1935.
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0221773
SPORTS.
Fencer during a break - Photographer: Max Ehlert - Published by: 'Die Dame' 23/1938 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0073186
GERMANY: OLYMPICS, 1936.
Medal presentation ceremony for women's fencing. From left: Ellen Preiss (Austria, 3rd), Ilona Elek-Schacherer (Hungary, 1st) and Helene Mayer (Germany, 2nd) raising her arm in the Nazi salute. Photograph, August 1936. Full credit: Cooper - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved
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0526730
HELENE MAYER (1910-1953).
German fencer. Photographed with opponent Ferrand Leicester, 1935.
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0124428
MIYAMOTO MUSASHI
(c1584-1645). Japanese swordsman and samurai. A man holding up a magnifying glass to look at Musashi. Woodblock print by Kuniyoshi Utagawa, c1848.
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0044432
FENCING, 18TH CENTURY
A thrust in epee or foil fencing. Copper engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0022956
RICHARD BURTON (1821-1890).
Sir Richard Francis Burton. British explorer and Orientalist. At about age 30, in fencing dress. Oil on panel, c1883, by Albert Letchford.
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0074751
SILENT FILM STILL: UNIFORMS.
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0001854
SPORTS: GYMNASTICS, 1859.
The gymnasium at Oxford University. Wood engraving from an English newspaper of 1859.
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0526732
HELENE MAYER (1910-1953).
German fencer. Photograph, 1934.
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0103823
FRANCE: FENCING, 1825.
Diploma for a master fencer, a member of the Compagnons du Tour de France. Watercolor, 1825, by Etienne Le Clair.
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0044427
QUEEN CHRISTINA, 1933.
Swordfight scene with John Gilbert (1895-1936), right, from the 1933 film 'Queen Christina,' starring Greta Garbo in the title role.
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0051095
FENCING: MRS. W.H. DEWAR.
Mrs. William H. Dewar of Philadelphia, U.S. national champion in women's foil in 1913. Photograph, early 20th century.
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0044417
SILENT FILM STILL: SPORTS.
'The Prisoner of Zenda,' 1922. Director Rex Ingram (1892-1950), at left, instructing Ramon Novarro (1899-1968) in swordplay during the making of the film.
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0080342
DUELING, 1595.
Dueling techniques as illustrated in 'Vincentio Saviolo, His Practise,' a translation, published at London, England, in 1595, of a treatise of 1558 commonly used by Elizabethan actors preparing for stage duels. Woodcut.
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0044431
FRANCE: FENCING, c1750.
A thrust in epee or foil fencing. Copper engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0526731
HELENE MAYER (1910-1953).
German fencer. Photograph, 1934.
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0169810
HELENE MAYER (1910-1953).
German fencer. Photographed c1932.
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0044433
FENCING, 18TH CENTURY.
A thrust in epee or foil fencing. Copper engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0051094
FRANCE: FENCING, c1750.
Position after disarming in epee or foil fencing. Copper engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0221999
SPORTS.
Fencer with foil - Photographer: Max Ehlert - Published by: 'Die Dame' 23/1938 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0433127
SUMMER OLYMPICS 1936.
Germany, Third Reich - Olympic Games, Summer Olympics 1936 in Berlin. Modern pentathlon - fencing at the sport forum. Image date August 1936. Photo Erich Andres. Full credit: United Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0602641
INDIA.
A Hindoo / Hindu Fencer (1837).. Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0523152
BRITISH LIBRARY.
Un Maître d'Armes (Jean Louis) sous la
Restauration. Jean-Louis. A mulatto, born in Haiti. (c1785-1865). Portrait. A soldier in the French army of Napoleon, he became a celebrated fencer. On one occasion he killed and wounded thirteen Italian soldiers in one bout. He refused a commission, retired from the army and opened a fencing school