Fencing Prints

The Swordsman’s Shop is pleased to offer rare historical fencing prints.
We have specially selected and reproduced a variety of 18th and 19th century prints.


These distinctive reproductions are printed on 11.7" x 16.5", 10 mil thickness, 192 gram weight, high quality acid free art paper. The actual image sizes are 10.5" x 15.5" for "landscape" (horizontal) images and 10.5" x 14" for "portrait" (vertical) images. These do not fit in precut mats with standard size openings.

Shipping and Handling

Shipping and handling is $8.00 USPS domestic mail. International shipping varies. All prints are sealed in plastic sleeves and shipped in rigid cardboard mailing tubes.

Volume Discount

We offer a 10% discount to customers who purchase 5 or more prints. For customers who order all 15 prints we offer free shipping in addition to the 10% discount. You must contact us directly at shop@martinez-destreza.com to take advantage of these discounts, as they are not available through our web site. To pay by check please us in advance.

  • Duel Floquet-Boulanger
    This image of the late 19th century affair of honor between General Boulanger and the lawyer Floquet, who was much older than the General, portrays the moment in which Floquet thrust his sword into Boulanger's neck. It later became known that the General had no knowledge of swordsmanship.
  • The Fateful Tournament of Henry II, An early French woodcut
    This print captures the tragic moment in the 1559 tournament in which Henri II King of France participated when he was mortally wounded by a lance that passed through the opening in the visor of his helmet.
  • Combat between Man and Dog, A 1892 print
    A 19th century engraving depicting one of the strangest “duels” of all time between a man and a dog. Taking place in 1400 it falls into the category of a “trial by combat”
  • Duel between Jarnac and Chateigneraie, A 1892 print
  • Soubise and the Duchess of Queenbury, An illustration by William Austin, 1773
    This engraving depicts Soubise imparting fencing instruction to the Duchess of Queensbury. Soubise (originally named Mungo) was the black servant and page of the eccentric Duchess of Queensbury.
  • Duel des Mignons, A 1892 print
  • Duel de Bouteville, A 1892 print
    This 19th century engraving depicts the duel that took place on May 12,1627 at three o’clock in the afternoon between the Comte François de Montmorency-Boutville and the Marquis de Beuvron on a outdoor square in the Place Royale.
  • Duel with Epees 1899, Drawn by Percy Macquoid. RI
    This drawing depicts a “stop” hit by rassemblement which is counter offensive technique used to counter attack as the adversary’s lunges.
  • The Cato Street Conspirators, Painted by George Cruikshank
    “ The Cato Street Conspirators, on the memorable night of the 23rd of February 1820, at the moment when Smithers the Police officer was stabbed; NB the Scene faithfully represented from the Description of Mr. Ruthven, the View of the Interior correctly sketched on the Spot ”
  • The Assault between Saint-George and D’Eon, Painted by Robineau and engraved by V.M. Picot.
    A depiction of the famous “assault” between two of the most famous swordsmen of the 18th century, namely the Chevalier de Saint-Georges and the Chevalier D'Eon. This encounter took place on April 9th 1787 at Carlton House and was witnessed by the Prince of Wales and other nobility.
  • Angelo's Haymarket fencing academy, Painted by T. Rowlandson
    In this painting, Angelo's fencing academy is depicted on the occasion when Madame Collie of Rome came to participate in the fencing in 1816. This academy, which was located on No.
  • Angelo’s Haymarket fencing academy, Painted by T. Rowlandson
    “In this famous scene one can observe a typical 18th century school of fencing in full operation.”
  • Chevalier D’Eon de Beaumont Portrait by R. Cosway, R.A., and engraved by Thomas Chambers
    “D'Eon was considered one of the best swordsmen of France though his gender was a source of speculation until his death.”
  • Henry Angelo Portrait by J.R. Smith and engraved by B.F. Scott.
    “Henry Angelo was the son and successor of Domenico Angelo Tremamondo, the most famous swordsman and teacher of swordsmanship in England during the 18th century.”
  • Monsieur De Saint George Engraving by W. Ward, from the portrait painted by Mather Brown
    “The most extraordinary man that one will ever see in arms and even in all exercises of the body, was undoubtedly the famous Saint-George.” Antoine La Boessiere, Traite de L’Art Des Armes, 1818