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Rare German etched State Halberd  Belonged to the guard of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau  Dated: 1589 Measurements: the head 58.2 cm. Overall length 230.3 cm Provenance: The Bavarian military occupation of Salzburg in 1809 led to the transfer of a quantity of these halberds to the city Zeughaus in Munich

Rare German etched State Halberd Belonged to the guard of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau Dated: 1589

Heavy dussage (falchion or cutlass), 16th century

Heavy dussage (falchion or cutlass), century -comment: mushroom/shell pommel

"Korseke" (ca. 1550). Italian, Venice. Steel, Wood, Gold, Leather, Copper Alloy. Gift of Willliam H. Riggs, 1913. Posted on metmusem.org.

"Korseke" (ca. 1550). Italian, Venice. Steel, Wood, Gold, Leather, Copper Alloy. Gift of Willliam H. Riggs, 1913. Posted on metmusem.org.

Hermann Historica - international auction house for antiques, old weapons, medals and decorations, historical collection pieces

Hermann Historica - international auction house for antiques, old weapons, medals and decorations, historical collection pieces

Staff Weapon Date: 15th century Culture: Italian Medium: Steel, wood Dimensions: L. 94 1/8 in. (238.9 cm); L. of head 20 1/2 in. (52 cm); W. 8 in. (20.3 cm); Wt. 7 lb. 2 oz. (3230 g)

Staff Weapon Date: century Culture: Italian Medium: Steel, wood Dimensions: L. of head 20 in.

State Glaive of the guard of August, Elector of Saxony (reigned... | The Art Institute of Chicago

State Glaive of the guard of August, Elector of Saxony / Art Institute of Chicago

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A German two-hand sword for the field, partly circa Blade 132 cm. Overall length 180 cm. Also known as a zweihander

Claymore, circa 1610-1620, Scottish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Alan Rutherfurd Stuyvesant, 1954 (54.46.10) <a class="pintag" href="/explore/swords" title="#swords explore Pinterest">#swords</a>

The claidheamh mòr or great sword (Claymore), circa Scottish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Alan Rutherfurd Stuyvesant, 1954

Halberd

Halberd

Ottoman throwing spears (Jarids) and quiver, circa 1680, the plain steel arrowheads with quadrangular tips, wooden hafts and silver terminals formed as tubular sockets decorated with chased and engraved medallions containing floral sprays, the wooden quiver mounted with blue-green velvet, the silver chape, lock and suspension loops decorated en suite, the lock with traces of gilding, 83.8cm.

Ottoman jarid javelins and quiver, circa the plain steel arrowheads with…