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

Mid-Late Century, in excavated condition, with tapering double-edged blade with central fuller over nearly its entire length to the point on both sides, the forte on one side cut with a row

Hungary about 1420. Straight, pointed blade, in the upper quarter with a shallow throat on both sides. Paring bar with wide, rolled ends with cross-shaped perforations. Strong, slightly tapered fishing rod with heavy, slightly cross-oval disc. Purified soil found. Length 124 cm. (Translated)

Hungary about 1420. Straight, pointed blade, in the upper quarter with a shallow throat on both sides. Paring bar with wide, rolled ends with cross-shaped perforations. Strong, slightly tapered fishing rod with heavy, slightly cross-oval disc. Purified soil found. Length 124 cm. (Translated)

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 Overall length Provenance: Christie’s, November lot 34

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

Century 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

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

Oakeshott Type X Sword Transitional Viking to Medieval

The sword of Godfrey of Bouillon on display in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Godfrey was a medieval Frankish knight who was one of the leaders of the First Crusade from 1096 until his death.

The sword of Godfrey of Bouillon on display in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Godfrey became the first ruler of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, although he refused the title "King"; as he believed that the true King of Jerusalem was Christ.

XIII Century "aunlaz" dagger from the Royal Armouries in Leeds, UK

XIII Century "aunlaz" dagger from the Royal Armouries in Leeds, UK

A Medieval Sword

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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

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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.

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