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A FINE GERMAN ETCHED HALBERD OF THE guard of the EMPEROR FERDINAND I, CIRCA 1558-1564.

A fine German etched halberd of the guard of the emperor Ferdinand I, circa

Kolman Helmschmid (Augsburg, 1471–1532) and Daniel Hopfer (Augsburg, 1471–1536). Detail from a costume armor of Wilhelm Freiherr von Roggendorf (1481–1541), Augsburg, dated 1523. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Hofjagd- und Rüstkammer, A 374

Armadura completa atribuida a Kolman Helmschmid y Daniel Hopfer - Alemania (Augsburgo) - C 1515 - Kunsthistorisches Museum, Viena

Parade Halberd (from the state guard of Elector Christian I of Saxony [ 1560- 91]), 1586-1591

Parade Halberd (from the state guard of Elector Christian I of Saxony [

A Rare Italian Sallet  Of characteristic sou'wester form, with rounded one-piece skull with low medial ridge flanked by shallow flutes, and single riveted tail- and brow-plates meeting at the sides, the tail-plate pointed and the brow-plate with very shallow cusps along the upper edge curving up to a central point, the bottom edge turned inwards below an encircling rib 8¼in. (20.9cm.) high

A Rare Italian Sallet Of characteristic sou'wester form, with rounded one-piece skull with low medial ridge flanked by shallow flutes, and single riveted tail- and brow-plates meeting at the sides, the tail-plate pointed and the brow-plate with very shallow cusps along the upper edge curving up to a central point, the bottom edge turned inwards below an encircling rib 8¼in. (20.9cm.) high

German/Swiss hand-and-a-half sword circa 1530-50

A German or Swiss Hand-And-A-Half Sword, Circa with a broad tapering blade cut with two fullers on each face, rectangular r.

A Fine German Two-Hand Processional Sword Mid-Late 16th Century

A Fine German Two-Hand Processional Sword Mid-Late Century

Armet  Attributed to Kolman Helmschmid  (German, Augsburg, 1471–1532)

Armet Attributed to Kolman Helmschmid (German, Augsburg,

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art-of-swords: “ The Flame-bladed Sword One of my favorite swords out there is the flame-bladed sword. The weapon is also called wave-bladed sword and is easily recognized due to its undulated blade.

Medieval Weapons, Augsburg, Armour, 17th Century, Helmets

Knight Armor, Armour