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    Hunting Saber Germany, 1560-1570 The Hermitage Museum

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    German Hunting Saber, 1560-70, cast steel, forged, etched and engraved; overall length 93cm. Tumblr

  • Travis Thompson

    Hunting Sabre Dated: 1560 - 70 Culture: German Medium and Technique: steel cast, forged, etched and engraved Measurements: overall length 93 cm

  • محمد رمزي

    Sabre (ca. 1560 - 70 CE Germany) (State Hermitage Museum)

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