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In the center note the very slender Rappier bade yet with an uncommon extra-wide fluted ricasso.
On the left, note the hanging parry of a pole-arm with a passing step
and seizure. In the back note right the combined sowrd and cloak defense. 
The blade lengths here are also significantly shorter than those in the other plates.
This plate depicts fanciful costumes of "Roman" style.

 
 

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