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Dagger of Princess 'Adile Sultan (?) (1825-1898 CE) (19th Century CE Ottoman Empire)
The Hand of Taurna. A divine blade passed from one Arch-Paladin to the next for several hundred years. Never actually used in combat, the true abilities of it's gleaming edge remain unknown amidst hundreds of legends.
Laura's rapier and dagger. Edward got her a pair rather than the one sword she asked for.
Medici dagger ca.1840 sterling silver,set with emerald and turquoise
I have no clue which folder to put this under but it features engraving and the whole shape is obviously carved out. Cool anyway! XD
The famous ULFBERT swords. The authentic ones were made out of crucible steel imported from Afghanistan and India. For the period it was a very advanced steel technology.
Medieval Weaponry and names | Medieval Weapon Sheet 1 by Dracomander
Dark Ages D&D“Then the king himself gathered his wits; drew a warseax of keenest battle-sharpness that he carried on his byrnie. The Geats’ Protector hewed the wyrm in twain.” Beowulf Swords and...
Horn Sword Classic design. Made to match the horn dagger.