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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Oakeshott type XVIIIb with recurved arms

Sword, ca. 1400 Western European Steel, silver, copper, leather

A sword made of steel, silver, copper and leather from Western Europe and dating to around 1400

A SOUTH GERMAN GILT-IRON BEARING SWORD FROM THE ARMOURIES OF THE PRINCES VON LIECHTENSTEIN, circa 1580.

South German gilt-iron bearing sword from the armouries of the princes von Lichtenstein, circa

Two early longswords, often referred to as great war swords, from the Lübeck Armoury, presumably late 13th to early 14th century. They are very similar in overall shape. The right one's point is lost.

Two early longswords, often referred to as great war swords, from the Lübeck Armoury, presumably late to early century.

Hand-and-half sword, ca. 1400–1430  Probably Germany  Steel and copper alloy

Described by others as a "hand and a half sword" this is a true two-handed estoc. My personal opinion is that a date of about is more likely.

Sword of a Duke of Milan, Dated: 15th century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: Italy, Flanders

Sword of a Duke of Milan, Dated: century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: Italy, Flanders

Medieval hand-and-a-half Sword  Dated: circa 1400 Measurements: Blade 95.8cm. Overall length 120cm

Medieval hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: circa 1400 Measurements: Blade

A beautiful storta:  provenance:	 	North Italy dating:	 	16th Century

hilt adorned blade cutlass rapier sword A beautiful storta: provenance: North Italy dating: Century

Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa 14th Century, Dating:	XIVth century  Description: Sharp blade of triangular profile with a diamond shape, old collection number "E.6"; hilt with straight arms rising into the square section solid rectangular central ends with small buttons, big apple disc with circular cavities (old number inventory marked in white 112); original wooden handle covered with l  Read more…

Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa Century, Dating: XIVth century…

A South German two-hand flamberge, circa 1580. The Landesknechte  that used these needed all the power they could get because they were assigned the task of breaking into pike blocks (large formations of soldiers armed with spears 15-20 feet in length).

A South German two-hand flamberge, circa The Landesknechte that used these needed all the power they could get because they were assigned the task of breaking into pike blocks (large formations of soldiers armed with spears feet in length).

A German hand-and-a-half sword, circa 1530/40. The thrusting blade of diamond section with small fullers on both sides, the finger and loop guards on the hilt with finely chiselled decorative bands, the conically flaring round quillons struck with wave ornaments, the stepped grip covered with leather and the onion-shaped pommel with lightly twisted grooves. Length 131 cm.

A German hand-and-a-half sword, circa The thrusting blade of diamond…

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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Oakeshott type XVIIIb with recurved arms

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