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A sword, 15th century. From the castle of Turku.

A sword, 15th century. From the castle of Turku.

Am Italian Medieval sword with an Arabic inscription from the arsenal of "ALEXANDRIA", early 15th century dated 1453 A.D.

Am Italian Medieval sword with an Arabic inscription from the arsenal of "ALEXANDRIA", early 15th century dated 1453 A.D.

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Early 15th century German blades. Left one is an estoc; edgeless or nearly so.

Early 15th century German blades. Left one is an estoc; edgeless or nearly so.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - The Falchion or Malchus, the rarest medieval sword

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - The Falchion or Malchus, the rarest medieval sword

Espadón - Finales del siglo XV

Espadón - Finales del siglo XV

Two handed flamberge sword. It's interesting that the blade is serrated, I've never seen that on a sword blade, nonetheless a two hander

Two handed flamberge sword. It's interesting that the blade is serrated, I've never seen that on a sword blade, nonetheless a two hander

A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type XV Late 14th/Early 15th Century In excavated condition, with wide sharply tapering blade of hollowed flattened diamond section, the hilt comprising flat quillons tapering towards the slightly downbent tips, later cord-bound leather-covered grip, and thick compressed wheel pommel with circular recess on each side

A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type XV Late 14th/Early 15th Century In excavated condition, with wide sharply tapering blade of hollowed flattened diamond section, the hilt comprising flat quillons tapering towards the slightly downbent tips, later cord-bound leather-covered grip, and thick compressed wheel pommel with circular recess on each side

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An important sword : See Two similar models are in the Real Armeria of Madrid , see "Catalogo de la Real Armeria", page 211. More in Oakshot "The Sword in the Age of Chivalry", nr. 39C and 43., ca (15th ) century.

An important sword : See Two similar models are in the Real Armeria of Madrid , see "Catalogo de la Real Armeria", page 211. More in Oakshot "The Sword in the Age of Chivalry", nr. 39C and 43., ca (15th ) century.

Long Basilard Dagger , short Sword 14th–15th century Late Medieval

Long Basilard Dagger , short Sword 14th–15th century Late Medieval

Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor's sword 15th century.:

Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor's sword 15th century.:

A EUROPEAN BRONZE SWORD  SOUTH-CENTRAL EUROPE, BRONZE AGE, CIRCA 12TH-10TH CENTURY B.C.   The lanceolate blade inserted into the separately-cast hilt, the blade with a peaked midrib, the edges serrated toward the hilt, lentoid in section, the baluster-shaped grip with three raised bands, incised with dotted scrolling and hatching along the length, the edges riveted on either side, the knobbed pommel incised with concentric circles and dots on the exterior, rows of dots on the underside

A EUROPEAN BRONZE SWORD SOUTH-CENTRAL EUROPE, BRONZE AGE, CIRCA 12TH-10TH CENTURY B.C. The lanceolate blade inserted into the separately-cast hilt, the blade with a peaked midrib, the edges serrated toward the hilt, lentoid in section, the baluster-shaped grip with three raised bands, incised with dotted scrolling and hatching along the length, the edges riveted on either side, the knobbed pommel incised with concentric circles and dots on the exterior, rows of dots on the underside

Viking age / 9th to early 10th century and catagorizes it as type X. If you look at the Petersen typology you'll notice that early type X hilts tended .The sword has an +ULFBERTH+ inscription in pattern

Viking age / 9th to early 10th century and catagorizes it as type X. If you look at the Petersen typology you'll notice that early type X hilts tended .The sword has an +ULFBERTH+ inscription in pattern

Length 42.875"  Blade 36.375 Arsenal of Alexandria  Early Fifteenth century

Length 42.875" Blade 36.375 Arsenal of Alexandria Early Fifteenth century