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Unknown sword smith,  2nd half of 14th century, France or England. Although in excavated condition, this archetypal late-medieval fighting sword has survived extraordinarily well. It may well have been carried into battle during the Hundred Years War.

Unknown sword smith, half of century, France or England. Although in excavated condition, this archetypal late-medieval fighting sword has survived extraordinarily well. It may well have been carried into battle during the Hundred Years War.

Sword [Western European] (32.75.225) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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

Hand-and-a-half Sword  Dated: partly 16th century Culture: German Measurements: blade 121.5cm. Overall length 145.8cm

Hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: partly century Culture: German Measurements: blade Overall length

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I was about to pin this saying the crossguard was good but the blade was stupid. Then I looked at what a flamberge is. ~ German or Swiss Two Handed Sword (Hand & a Half Sword) With Flamberge Blade Circa 1570 .

Medieval hand-and-a-half Sword  Dated: circa 1400 Measurements: Blade 95.8cm. Overall length 120cm

Medieval hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: circa 1400 Measurements: Blade

Swept Hilted Rapier      Maker: Louis Martine de Moreno     Dated: 16th century     Culture: Spanish     Measurements: overall length 125 cm

Swept Hilted Rapier Maker: Louis Martine de Moreno Dated: century Culture: Spanish Measurements: overall length 125 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.

A late Medieval Knightly sword from the end of the Hundred Years' War, circa…

This sword could arguably be a Type XVI or a XIV. Due to it's length and diamond cross section above the fuller I have opted to include it in Oakeshott's Type XVI.  Reign of Jean II of France (1350-1364), reign of Philippe VI (1328-1350) Lettering in gilt brass in the central fuller: "Nulla de virtutibus tuis major clementia est" ("None of your virtues are greater than clemency"). Overall length: 97 cm (38.2")…

This sword could arguably be a Type XVI or a XIV.

A beautiful storta:  provenance:	 	North Italy dating:	 	16th Century

hilt adorned blade cutlass rapier sword A beautiful storta: provenance: North Italy dating: Century

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.

Hand-and-a-Half Sword 16th Century

Hand-and-a-Half Sword Century

A sword in the style of 14th Century - by Czerny's International Auction House

A sword in the style of Century - by Czerny's International Auction House ❥ℬℯℓℓℯ~

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