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József Keresztessy (d. 1895), the "father of Hungarian sabre fencing"

József Keresztessy (d. the "father of Hungarian sabre fencing"

“Almost forgotten today, the Grand Salute was a rather elaborate sequence of movements that preceded each bout. A large percentage of 19th-century fencing photos does indeed depict the salute, not any competitive action.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BYVwc1qXM4

“Almost forgotten today, the Grand Salute was a rather elaborate sequence of movements that preceded each bout. A large percentage of 19th-century fencing photos does indeed depict the salute, not any competitive action.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BYVwc1qXM4

Peter Diamond, the man behind the sword fights and other stunts in Star Wars, Zorro, The Princess Bride, Highlander...

Peter Diamond, the man behind the sword fights and other stunts in Star Wars, Zorro, The Princess Bride, Highlander.

MELILLA. ENRIQUE BOSSINI. PROFESOR DE ESGRIMA MILITAR. 1913. FOTOGRÁFICA.

MELILLA. ENRIQUE BOSSINI. PROFESOR DE ESGRIMA MILITAR. 1913. FOTOGRÁFICA.

Battlemaster Fenyn, perhaps? Except, his face is MUCH too unscarred.

One of my favorites, of the ones I've seen (this one doesn't say it's part of the Sword Play series, but it has to be).

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Hutton - Parry Prime for Saber, Historical European Martial Arts, HEMA

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