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German longsword

Longsword. Unknown Artist / Maker. Germany. c. 1530 - c. 1540 (pommel and guards (German). Probably late 16th century (blade). Iron or steel, rope and leather, blackened. Length: 103.5 cm. Length: 17.5 cm, grip. Width: 2.8 cm. Weight: 1.3 kg. Inscription: 'SIGNOR' with a cross on both sides. Wallace Collection A492. European Armoury I


German longsword by an unknown artist / maker. The blade dates from the 14th century and was fitted to this new hilt around 1580. It is made of iron or steel, copper, cord and leather, and blued. It is 37.5 inches long, with a blade width of just over 2 inches and weights 4.5 pounds. The unknown maker's mark is a bell within a shield in copper. It is #A477 in the Wallace Collection in London, England.


Longsword guards by Joachim Meyer, Sixteenth Century German Freifechter. Useful for later period German texts. From


Cadyn's father's sword. Cadyn rummages through the heaps of corpses and recovers this blade. Her main weapon.


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Hand-and-half sword, steel and copper alloy, Probably Germany, c. 1400 - 1430


German or Swiss Two Handed Sword (Hand & a Half Sword) With Flamberge Blade Circa 1570 .