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A German Medieval Sword, late 14th century  There is a fleur-de-lis mark struck on the upper portion of the blade. The disc-shaped pommel is made of brass.  Overall length: 96.3 cm (37.9"); Blade length: 77.5 cm (30.5")  Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany

A German Medieval Sword, late century There is a fleur-de-lis mark struck on the upper portion of the blade. The disc-shaped pommel is made of brass. Overall length: cm Blade length: cm Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany

This sword famously appears in Ewart Oakeshott's "Records of the Medieval Sword" as a type XIIa. This is the first time I have seen it in color.  Albion borrowed this pommel for their XIIIa Count sword.

What a beautiful sword This sword famously appears in Ewart Oakeshott's "Records of the Medieval Sword" as a type XIIa. Albion borrowed this pommel for their XIIIa Count sword.

Das Zeremonienschwert (ceremonial sword), made in Palermo before 1220. The sword pommel is a later edition, from the 3rd quarter of the 14th Century.

"The Ceremonial Sword" - Das Zeremonienschwert, made in Palermo before The sword pommel is a later edition, from the quarter of the Century. At the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Weltliche Schatzkammer Inv.

Swords | Jake Powning

Swords | Jake Powning

1900's Indo Persian Indian Lady Warrior Chest Plate

Stunning very unusual Indo Persian Mughal Indian Khula Khud battle LADY warrior body iron covers . Near to similar lady chest plates were used during war at India , Jhansi ( India ) during year 1855 to 1860 by Rani Laxmi Bai, the queen of JHANSI.

The Ultuna sword and scabbard recreated by associate craftsman Vince Evans, with thanks to member Peter Cowan

The Ultuna sword and scabbard recreated by associate craftsman Vince Evans, with thanks to member Peter Cowan

german sword replica www,robert-moc.sk

Reconstruction of the Crundale Down spatha. With thanks to member Peter Cowan and to blade-smith Robert Moc.

Grandson, Switzerland,

Extant Century German Gothic Armour which armors the armpits with articulated plates instead of maille or rondel. Have not seen examples of this before and question the authenticity of such manufacture. Appears to incorporate modern and classic design.