Utforsk disse og flere idéer!

In excavated condition, with broad tapering blade of flattened diamond section with central fuller over nearly its entire length on each side to the point, the forte on one side inlaid in silver

In excavated condition, with broad tapering blade of flattened diamond section with central fuller over nearly its entire length on each side to the point, the forte on one side inlaid in silver

Ewart Oakeshott: The Man and his Legacy -- myArmoury.com

Ewart Oakeshott: The Man and his Legacy -- myArmoury.com

Medieval Sword  Dated: circa 1100 Measurements: blade 88.4cm. Overall length 102.3cm Provenance: Christie’s, 20th November 1991, lot 34

Medieval Sword Dated: circa 1100 Measurements: blade 88.4cm. Overall length 102.3cm Provenance: Christie’s, 20th November 1991, lot 34

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - The Falchion or Malchus, the rarest medieval sword

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - The Falchion or Malchus, the rarest medieval sword

12th/13th Century 114.9 cm overall  In excavated condition, with broad slightly tapering blade with shallow central fuller extending from the tang over three-quarters of its length on both sides, hilt comprising

12th/13th Century 114.9 cm overall In excavated condition, with broad slightly tapering blade with shallow central fuller extending from the tang over three-quarters of its length on both sides, hilt comprising

Sword-Site

Sword-Site

Oakeshott tipo Xa.1 From the Wallace Collection (A.459). Not much is known of this excavated sword. it is presumed to be circa 1100-1330. The condition is nearly perfect, with no pitting beneath the hard patina, except for near the tip of the 33.75" long blade. France c. 1300.  Iron or steel. Length: 85.7 cm. Width: 4.7 cm. Weight: 1.16 kg. Wallace Collection A459  European Armoury I

Oakeshott tipo Xa.1 From the Wallace Collection (A.459). Not much is known of this excavated sword. it is presumed to be circa 1100-1330. The condition is nearly perfect, with no pitting beneath the hard patina, except for near the tip of the 33.75" long blade. France c. 1300. Iron or steel. Length: 85.7 cm. Width: 4.7 cm. Weight: 1.16 kg. Wallace Collection A459 European Armoury I

Circa 1100   A heavy, double-edged blade with narrow fullers on both sides running the length of the blade almost to the point. Silver inlaid cross on one side, the opposite side displaying an

Circa 1100 A heavy, double-edged blade with narrow fullers on both sides running the length of the blade almost to the point. Silver inlaid cross on one side, the opposite side displaying an

http://www.sword-site.com A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type X

http://www.sword-site.com A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type X

Napoleonic Swords and Sabers Collection

Napoleonic Swords and Sabers Collection

Pinterest
Søk