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Old 9th August 2022, 08:31 AM   #61
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Oh my, I sure wish I was around when you let go of it! Not only the blade, but the inlaid hilt is gorgeous. I like inlay work so much better than the damascene or overlay work because the designs are more precise and durable.
Hi Philip, I never owned the gold inlay rapier, it really got away at auction.
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