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European Sword Dated: late 14th or early 15th century Culture: European, probably Italian The hilt with a finger guard and marked with the date 1432. According to the Oakeshott typology the blade is an Oakeshott Type XIX, the pommel Oakeshott Type G while the cross-guard is an Oakeshott Type 5. The blade appears to feature some Arabic inscriptions.The Arabic inscription states that the sword was given to the Arsenal of Alexandria by an Egyptian Sultan, 1432.

European Sword Dated: late 14th or early 15th century Culture: European, probably Italian The hilt with a finger guard and marked with the date 1432. According to the Oakeshott typology the blade is an Oakeshott Type XIX, the pommel Oakeshott Type G while the cross-guard is an Oakeshott Type 5. The blade appears to feature some Arabic inscriptions.The Arabic inscription states that the sword was given to the Arsenal of Alexandria by an Egyptian Sultan, 1432.

Russian yataghan with scabbard, 1839, steel and bone, forged and chased Dimension: l. 82 cm, Hermitage Museum, Russia.

Russian yataghan with scabbard, steel and bone, forged and chased Dimension: l.

German Riding Sword (Reitschwert), c. 1599. Note how short the grip is; the ricasso is expected to be employed as a surface for at least the index finger. Note also the wear close to the center of percussion. Philadelphia Museum of Art

German Riding Sword (Reitschwert), c. The blade is etched and partially blackened steel; the hilt is etched and partially blackened iron, wood, and fish skin. (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Sword, Date: possibly 12th–early 13th century Culture: Western European Medium: Iron Dimensions: L. 37 3/4 inches (95.9 cm); W. 6 3/4 inches (17.1 cm); Wt. 2 lb. 9 oz. (1158 g)  Metropolitan Museum of Art  Accession Number: 07.53.2

Sword Date: possibly century Culture: Western European Medium: Iron Dimensions: L. g) Classification: Swords Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1907

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Viking sword cooper and silver inlay hilt, pattern-welded blade, handle from horn with scabbard. This replica can be found on the exhibition "The viking grave from Groix island".

Hellwalker Combat Karambit tactical knife & combat knife ...

Hellwalker Combat Karambit tactical knife & combat knife ...

16th Century German Rapier

Hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: partly century Culture: German Measurements: blade Overall length

This 14th century European war sword was probably captured from a crusader and taken as a trophy to the arsenal at Alexandria

This century European war sword was probably captured from a crusader and taken as a trophy to the arsenal at Alexandria

Medieval hand-and-a-half Sword  Dated: circa 1400 Measurements: Blade 95.8cm. Overall length 120cm

Medieval hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: circa 1400 Measurements: Blade

14th century arming sword.

Unknown sword smith, half of century, France or England. Although in excavated condition, this archetypal late-medieval fighting sword has survived extraordinarily well. It may well have been carried into battle during the Hundred Years War.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Two-Handed Sword

Two-Handed Sword Artist/maker unknown, German Geography: Made in Germany, Europe Date: c. Medium: Partially etched and gilded steel;

Italian Sword c. 1490. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Italian Sword c. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Hand-and-half sword, ca. 1400–1430  Probably Germany  Steel and copper alloy

Described by others as a "hand and a half sword" this is a true two-handed estoc. My personal opinion is that a date of about is more likely.

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

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