1980.0785.150.b Pure chronocyclegraph. Six small bright white squares are visible in the upper left corner. Point of a fencing rapier as wielded by a champion fencer, taken in Berlin while on contract with the Auergesellschaft company.
Original caption: "Head breast covering 6 flank." GPP NF 1/0019 vol. III.
Related captions: From this series:No. 700 Short head strokeNo. 701 Breast strokeNo. 702 Flank stroke positionNo. 703 Out of line, swung head stroke, position 3No. 704 Head stroke outside, position 3No. 705 Head stroke covering 2 face outsideNo. 706 Head stroke covering 2 swung headNo. 707 Flank stroke covering 3 breast strokeNo. 708 Breast covering 3 swung headNo. 709 Short head stroke covering 1 swung head strokeNo. 710 Short head stroke covering 5 swung head strokeNo. 711 Breast stroke covering 1 head strokeNo. 712 Breast stroke covering 5 breast strokeNo. 713 Short head stroke covering 4 head strokeNo. 714 Breast stroke covering 5 covering 2 face outsideNo. 715 Head feint breastNo. 716 Head breast covering 5 breastNo. 717 Head breast covering 5 headNo. 718 Head flank covering 3 breastNo. 719 Head flank covering 3 thrust blowNo. 720 Head breast covering 5 head flank (taken twice)No. 720 Head breast covering 5 head flankNo. 721 Breast feint covering 5 flankNo. 722 Thrust feint short head covering 4 breastNo. 723 Thrust feint short head covering deep 3 short headNo. 724 Head breast covering 6 flankNo. 725 Head head covering 5 thrust
Location of subject: Berlin, Germany
Subject names: Neralitsch, Imperial and Royal fencer, Berlin
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