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Espada. Francia o Inglaterra. Segunda mitad del siglo XIV. Long.: 95.4 cm; Long. hoja: 67,8 cm; Anch.: 6 cm, en la guarda; Peso: 1,36 kg. Punto de equilibrio a 6,5 cm de la guarda. Marca embutida en cobre (pequeña cruz de brazos ensanchados y base hendida) a 16.5 cm de la empuñadura. Hoja tipo XV (¿originalmente XVIII?) de Oakeshott.   Pomo de tipo K. Guarda de estilo 7. Wallace Collection A460    http://www.foxtail.nu/bjorn/vm_460_eng.htm

Sword Unknown Artist / Maker Dated: half of century Place of Origin…

Awesome Viking Sword recreation by Patrick Barta, a Czech Swordsmith.

Viking sword cooper and silver inlay hilt, pattern-welded blade, handle from horn with scabbard. This replica can be found on the exhibition "The viking grave from Groix island".

Sword footman - Army Museum

Sword footman - Army Museum

Gothic Sword - C1250 - Oakeshott type XIII; Raven Armoury - Medieval Swords.

Raven Armoury - Swords and knives hand made to order

Awesome scabbard decoration!!!

Celtic & Viking themed swords by professional swordsmith and artist: Jake Powning

European Sword      Dated: first half of the 15th century     Culture: French     Measurements: overall lenght 87.8 cm

European Sword Dated: first half of the century Culture: French Measurements: overall lenght cm Source: Copyright © 2013 Fischer Kunst und Antiquitätenauktionen

Sword, ca. 1400 Western European Steel, silver, copper, leather

A sword made of steel, silver, copper and leather from Western Europe and dating to around 1400

Am Italian Medieval sword with an Arabic inscription from the arsenal of "ALEXANDRIA", early 15th century dated 1453 A.D.

Italian Medieval sword with an Arabic inscription from the arsenal of "ALEXANDRIA", early century dated 1453 A.

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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