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AN ITALIAN 'OX-TONGUE' PARTISAN; AND A FRENCH VOUGE, IN 15TH CENTURY STYLE
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AN ITALIAN 'OX-TONGUE' PARTISAN; AND A FRENCH VOUGE, IN 15TH CENTURY STYLE

THE FIRST, THE HEAD CIRCA 1530; THE SECOND, 19TH CENTURY

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AN ITALIAN 'OX-TONGUE' PARTISAN; AND A FRENCH VOUGE, IN 15TH CENTURY STYLE
The first, the head circa 1530; the second, 19th Century
The first with long flat tapering head formed with a full length medial ridge, a pair of very small basal lugs and faceted socket, on a modern haft with iron straps (chipped and pitted); the second of robust construction with sharpened leading edge, flattened toward the point, struck with a mark on one side and with rectangular socket bound by a later brass ring: on a modern haft with four iron straps (pitted, the socket rust-holed).
The heads 33¾in (85.8cm) and 27¾in (70.5cm) (2)
Provenance
(The second) Karl Georg Gimbel, Rudolph Lepke, Baden-Baden, May 30-June 3, 1904, lot 727
Henry Griffith Keasbey, American Art Association, New York, November 27-28, 1925, lot 11
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