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Two-handed Bearing Processional Sword. Dated: 1599. Culture: German. Copyright 2013 © Peter Finer

Two-handed Bearing Processional Sword. Dated: Culture: German

Heavy dussage (falchion or cutlass), 16th century

Heavy dussage (falchion or cutlass), century -comment: mushroom/shell pommel

A German two-hand Processional sword, early 17th century. With long near-flat blade widening slightly towards a short spear point, an orb mark inlaid in latten on one side, long ricasso formed with a pair of slender forward-curved lugs and retaining its original leather covering over wooden fillets, blackened iron hilt of bars of diamond section.  original leather covering. L. overall: 173.5 cm - L. blade: 125 cm - W.: 37 cm.

German two-hand Processional sword, early c. Long near-flat blade widening…

Goods from Southeast Asia - Mace

The beautifully crafted, deadly antique mac, Europe, century. a mace? very interesting, and very nice design.

Officer’s Court Sword.      Dated: 1852 - 1870 (Second Empire)     Culture: French. | Copyright © 2013 Expertissim

Officer’s Court Sword. Dated: 1852 - 1870 (Second Empire) Culture: French.

Proverbs 27:17 "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. (NIV)"    What does this proverb mean? When was this written? It was wri...

Proverbs "As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. (NIV)" What does this proverb mean? When was this written? It was wri.

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Diagram of medieval sword belt, one style of fastening scabbard to the belt. Perhaps the sword of Lassen?

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