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.
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 .