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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

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A late Medieval Knightly sword from the end of the Hundred Years' War, circa 1450. In excavated condition, with short blade sharply tapering from a broad base, of flattened diamond section and struck with a mark on both sides at the forte, faceted crosspiece tapering from a broad centre and the tips abruptly downturned, large wheel pommel with recessed centre, facetted tang button, and later grip . L. overall: 88 cm - L. blade: 71 cm - W.: 17 cm.

A late Medieval Knightly sword from the end of the Hundred Years' War, circa 1450. In excavated condition, with short blade sharply tapering from a broad base, of flattened diamond section and struck with a mark on both sides at the forte, faceted crosspiece tapering from a broad centre and the tips abruptly downturned, large wheel pommel with recessed centre, facetted tang button, and later grip . L. overall: 88 cm - L. blade: 71 cm - W.: 17 cm.

Type: X (short) Find-place: Unknown Blade-Length: 23' (58.5 cms) Pommel-type: H, Cross-style: 5 Date: c.1250 Condition: Excavated (probably a river-find).   Comparison with other sowrds (ie. No. XI.1 here) which have to be dated to the 12th century points clearly to a date c.1125-75 for the blade - a good example of an old blade re-hilted c.1270 plus or minus a decade or so.  переделан из старого клинка

Type: X (short) Find-place: Unknown Blade-Length: 23' (58.5 cms) Pommel-type: H, Cross-style: 5 Date: c.1250 Condition: Excavated (probably a river-find). Comparison with other sowrds (ie. No. XI.1 here) which have to be dated to the 12th century points clearly to a date c.1125-75 for the blade - a good example of an old blade re-hilted c.1270 plus or minus a decade or so. переделан из старого клинка

A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type XV Late 14th/Early 15th Century In excavated condition, with wide sharply tapering blade of hollowed flattened diamond section, the hilt comprising flat quillons tapering towards the slightly downbent tips, later cord-bound leather-covered grip, and thick compressed wheel pommel with circular recess on each side

A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type XV Late 14th/Early 15th Century In excavated condition, with wide sharply tapering blade of hollowed flattened diamond section, the hilt comprising flat quillons tapering towards the slightly downbent tips, later cord-bound leather-covered grip, and thick compressed wheel pommel with circular recess on each side

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

High medieval sword, around 1050–1150 (i'd say 1100-1200 because of the length of the blade).

High medieval sword, around 1050–1150 (i'd say 1100-1200 because of the length of the blade).

Rapière à garde en coquille, Espagne vers 1680-1700. A Spanish cup-hilt  A Spanish cup-hilt rapier, circa 1680-1700. With slender blade of flattened diamond section, rectangular ricasso struck with a mark on both sides, in a recess, A over two pellets, iron hilt formed with a pair of long straight quillons spirally fluted towards the button terminals, joined to the knuckle-guard both at the base and by a small branch at the median, the knuckle-guard en suite with the quillons, cup guard…

Rapière à garde en coquille, Espagne vers 1680-1700. A Spanish cup-hilt A Spanish cup-hilt rapier, circa 1680-1700. With slender blade of flattened diamond section, rectangular ricasso struck with a mark on both sides, in a recess, A over two pellets, iron hilt formed with a pair of long straight quillons spirally fluted towards the button terminals, joined to the knuckle-guard both at the base and by a small branch at the median, the knuckle-guard en suite with the quillons, cup guard…

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. 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

myArmoury.com A Fine Viking Sword with Gold and Silver Inlaid Blade and Hilt, 11th century Overall length: 94 cm (37"); Blade length: 78.75 cm (31")

myArmoury.com A Fine Viking Sword with Gold and Silver Inlaid Blade and Hilt, 11th century Overall length: 94 cm (37"); Blade length: 78.75 cm (31")

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