Salle d'Armes Rouleau

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Title

Salle d'Armes Rouleau

Subject

Print

Description

Salle Rouleau was located on the first floor of a hotel and featured high ceilings, "old-style" woodwork, and a collection of arms donated by Nicholas Maximilianovich de Beauharnais, Duke of Leuchtenberg. The salle was founded by Maître d'Armes Pons who died at the age of 88 in 1883. Maître Pons was succeeded by Rouleau, professeur a l’ecole de Vincennes and author of l’Art de l’Escrime.

Creator

Frédéric Régamey

Source

Albert de Saint-Albin, "A Travers les Salles d'Armes" A La Librairie illustrée, Paris, 1887.

Date

1887

Contributor

A La Librairie illustrée (Publisher)

Rights

© Fencing Arms & Artifacts

Format

Paper, ink.

Language

French

Type

Still Image

Identifier

2018.02.010

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Owner / Custodian

Borrowed for digitization from Michigan State University Libraries

Digitization Record

Digitized by Benjamin Bowles ; Cataloged by Benjamin Bowles

Collection

Citation

Frédéric Régamey, “Salle d'Armes Rouleau,” Fencing Arms & Artifacts, accessed February 4, 2023, https://fencingexhibit.com/items/show/15.

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