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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Oakeshott type XVIIIb with recurved arms

A simple yet beautiful sword. Italian. Albion Arms has recreated this one in exquisite detail.

LongHandle: A simple yet beautiful sword. Albion Arms has recreated this one in exquisite detail.

Sigismund Sword, presented to the city of York.

Sword, Type XVIIIb with a hollow grind, alleged to be the sword of Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund. Now held in York Mansion House, used for ceremonial purposes.

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.

Type XIIIa long sword or great sword. Weight: 4.42 lbs/ 2 kg.   From Fischer Auction's September 2014 Arms Auction.

Type XIIIa long sword or great sword. Weight: lbs/ 2 kg. From Fischer Auction's September 2014 Arms Auction.

Italian Sword c. 1490. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Italian Sword c. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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