Category: folding swords

victoriansword: Belgian and French Folding Sw…

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Belgian and French Folding Swords

  1. Belgian folding sword pistol with engraved fittings and ivory grips, 19th century. (source)
  2. Belgian folding sword by Licot, Namur, 19th century. (source)
  3. Belgian folding sword, 19th century. (source)
  4. Belgian folding sword marked “ARNOULD NAMUR”, 19th century. (source)
  5. French folding sword stamped “M’edaille d’Argent” – silver medal, “Raux” – the maker, “A.St.Omer” – at St. Omer – a small village in the north of France, just south of Belgium. 19th century. (source)
  6. French or Belgian folding sword, 19th century. This opulent example is located at the Deutsches Klingenmuseum in Solingen, Germany. (source)

Belgian or French Folding Sword The ivory han…

Belgian or French Folding Sword

The ivory handle with a steel thumb release, the blade swinging to an open blade leaving a guard, signed blade, 53 cm high when open. 

Made by Gilson. I can’t make out the city name.

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Belgian Folding Sword Demonstration

This folding, pick lock automatic cutlass came into the shop for a new spring. Blade is 9-½ in. long , overall it is 20 in. open. Made in the late 1800s by Arnold Namur in Belgium.

how easy would it be to knock it closed and guillotine their fingers off?

The piece that locks the blade in the closed position also prevents the blade from closing through the knuckle guard. I’d say it would take some effort to guillotine one’s fingers.

Belgian Folding Sword Demonstration This fold…

Belgian Folding Sword Demonstration

This folding, pick lock automatic cutlass came into the shop for a new spring. Blade is 9-½ in. long , overall it is 20 in. open. Made in the late 1800s by Arnold Namur in Belgium.

Belgian and French Folding Swords

Belgian and French Folding Swords

  1. Belgian folding sword pistol with engraved fittings and ivory grips, 19th century. (source)
  2. Belgian folding sword by Licot, Namur, 19th century. (source)
  3. Belgian folding sword, 19th century. (source)
  4. Belgian folding sword marked “ARNOULD NAMUR”, 19th century. (source)
  5. French folding sword stamped “M’edaille d’Argent” – silver medal, “Raux” – the maker, “A.St.Omer” – at St. Omer – a small village in the north of France, just south of Belgium. 19th century. (source)
  6. French or Belgian folding sword, 19th century. This opulent example is located at the Deutsches Klingenmuseum in Solingen, Germany. (source)