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Excerpt from The Broadsword: As Taught by the Celebrated Italian Masters, Signors Sign and Ciullini, of Florence
In introducing this translation from the work of Si gr. Prof. Masiello, it is well to mention that the Italian School of Fencing has for some years thrown the French and others in the shade. Amateurs have beat the most renowned Maitre d'armes at Paris, Turin, and Brussels, M. L. Merignac among the number, who at the International Exhibition last year, at his special request, fenced with chalked foils, and to his bitter disgust, received thirteen hits to his own three.
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bound: 102 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 18, 2017)
isbn: 1332863221, 978-1332863228,
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