Medieval Weapons

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A handgonne found in Sedelsberg Murrhardt, Germany and initially belived to be from the 15th century, before the first scientific investigation proved that it was made of a modern Degussa-alloy. This piece was obviously inspired by the Danzig-handgonne
The Mörkö Handgonne mid 1300's. National Historical Museum, Stockholm

Firearms

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Crossbow of Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg, 1460 German
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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - A unique crossbow collection

Archery

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A flock of maces at the Royal Armouries
Appearing in a painting, the same German Gothic War Hammer 'Dolchstreithammer'
A war-hammer       provenance:	 	North Italy  dating:	 	 16th Century

Hammers & Maces

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Spearhead, South Germany, c. 1430
Military Lugged Spear Dated: circa 1500 Culture: North European Measurements: Head 53.5cm. Overall length 234cm

Spear

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Basilard "dagger" with a ring
basilard with finger ring
basilard with finger ring

Daggers

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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Swordbreakers: A Myth ?
A GERMAN EXPANDING LEFT-HAND DAGGER                                                                                                                                                                       CIRCA 1580-1600

Spring Loaded Parrying Daggers

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Halberd, Date: ca. 1480 Culture: French

Pollaxes

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a knife that is on top of a wooden stand with a metal blade sticking out of it
1490-1520 Spear. Object Number VII.1752 at the Royal Armouries, Leeds
an old knife is sitting on top of a wooden stand with a metal blade sticking out of it
Lance Point | Spanish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Lance Point
an old silver and wood knife with a dog sticker on it
Wonderful Material on Swords and Daggers in the Wallace Collection! - Ethnographic Arms & Armour
Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Wonderful Material on Swords and Daggers in the Wallace Collection!
Rare 15th C. Scottish Ballock Dagger - Iron & Wood Wood, Ethnographic Art, Medieval Period, Cross Section, Metal Plate, Wooden Handle, Wooden Handles, Auction
Sold at Auction: Rare 15th C. Scottish Ballock Dagger - Iron & Wood
Rare 15th C. Scottish Ballock Dagger - Iron & Wood
Dague à rognons - Musée de l'Armée Archaeology, Planting, Dagger Knife, Medieval Armor, Our Planet, Rare Antique, The Search, Search Engine
Dague à rognons - Musée de l'Armée
Dague à rognons - Musée de l'Armée
Baselard    Most men wore daggers at their belts, partly for protection in the streets but also because it was fashionable. Large daggers like this, with blades as big as those of swords, were known as 'baselards': the fashion came from Basel, in Switzerland. Baselards seem to have been popular with wealthy London merchants. late Medieval - Museum of London 14th Century, Basel, Museum Of London, London Museums, Medieval Fashion, Archery, The Streets, The Fashion
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Baselard Most men wore daggers at their belts, partly for protection in the streets but also because it was fashionable. Large daggers like this, with blades as big as those of swords, were known as 'baselards': the fashion came from Basel, in Switzerland. Baselards seem to have been popular with wealthy London merchants. late Medieval - Museum of London
four large swords are lined up in a row with tags attached to the handles and sides
Norwegian medieval rondel daggers.
a dagger developed in the 14th century with a hilt shaped like a letter “I” and a straight, diamond-shaped blade, originating in Germany; the term sometimes refers to a curved dagger or an anelace Tumblr, Lorien Legacies, Historical Swords, Utility Knives, Letter I, Diamond Shaped
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a dagger developed in the 14th century with a hilt shaped like a letter “I” and a straight, diamond-shaped blade, originating in Germany; the term sometimes refers to a curved dagger or an anelace
Rare 15th C. Scottish Ballock Dagger - Iron & Wood Girdles, Needful Things, Art Auction
Sold at Auction: Rare 15th C. Scottish Ballock Dagger - Iron & Wood
Rare 15th C. Scottish Ballock Dagger - Iron & Wood
four different types of knives on a table
The Rondel Dagger
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Vikings, Medieval Europe
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an old knife is hanging on the wall
Baselard | The Art Institute of Chicago
Baselard | The Art Institute of Chicago French, possibly Swiss Baselard, 15th century Wood and steel L. 40 cm (15 3/4 in.) Blade L. 28.5 cm (11 1/4 in.) Wt. 10.5 oz. George F. Harding Collection, 1982.3473
four swords are lined up in a row
Swords from the Castillon Hoard. Generally dated to around 1453, they were some of 80-odd swords found a sunken barge in the Dordogne river. Type XVIII (left) and type XV (those to the right), all show the inset pommels popular in that era for single-handed swords.
many different types of knives are lined up together
Dolchklingen
a large metal object on display against a white wall
Swiss degen reproduction