Sword, 10th century. European, probably Scandinavia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (55.46.1)

Sword, 10th century. European, probably Scandinavia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (55.46.1)

chinese armor and weapons | firearms/firearms_0006/cannon8.JPGfirearms/firearms_0006/cannon8.JPG

chinese armor and weapons | firearms/firearms_0006/cannon8.JPGfirearms/firearms_0006/cannon8.JPG

Ottoman Black Sea yatagan, Russian or Bulgarian, 19th century, blade engraved with Aribic writing, bone hilt with horn fork pommel, leather scabbard and belt, 34.5 inch total length, 25 inch blade.

Ottoman Black Sea yatagan, Russian or Bulgarian, 19th century, blade engraved with Aribic writing, bone hilt with horn fork pommel, leather scabbard and belt, 34.5 inch total length, 25 inch blade.

Metropolitan Museum:   Fencing doublet and swords  Fencing Doublet: Western Europe, ~1580.  Swords, left-to-right:  -Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1610-20.  -Rapier: Germany, 1610-20.  -Rapier: Northern Europe (probably Germany), blade dated 1620.  -Broadsword: Northern Europe (possibly Switzerland), early 17th century.  -Rapier: Probably French, 1610-20.  -Rapier: Probably Germany, early 17th century.    Sword blades are probably from Toledo, Spain, or Solingen, Germany.

Metropolitan Museum: Fencing doublet and swords Fencing Doublet: Western Europe, ~1580. Swords, left-to-right: -Rapier: Possibly Italy, 1610-20. -Rapier: Germany, 1610-20. -Rapier: Northern Europe (probably Germany), blade dated 1620. -Broadsword: Northern Europe (possibly Switzerland), early 17th century. -Rapier: Probably French, 1610-20. -Rapier: Probably Germany, early 17th century. Sword blades are probably from Toledo, Spain, or Solingen, Germany.

Thorvaldr's Seax... A baltic, viking war knife.... Magnificent…

Thorvaldr's Seax... A baltic, viking war knife.... Magnificent…

Damascus steel knifes with unique norse design . Either For collectors, hunters or construction

Damascus steel knifes with unique norse design . Either For collectors, hunters or construction

Basket-Hilted Highland Broadsword with Jacobite Inscriptions. Forged and Engraved Iron & Steel. Circa Early-18th Century. 31" (78.7cm). Engraved on one side with the Figure of St. Andrew and Inscribed "Prosperity to Schotland and No Union", and on the other side, a Crown & Sceptre on a Cushion with a Laurelled Portrait of King James above and Inscribed "God Save King James the 8". Provenance: John Campbell, 1st Earl of Breadalbane, Perthshire - The Battle of Sheriffmuir, 1715.

Basket-Hilted Highland Broadsword with Jacobite Inscriptions. Forged and Engraved Iron & Steel. Circa Early-18th Century. 31" (78.7cm). Engraved on one side with the Figure of St. Andrew and Inscribed "Prosperity to Schotland and No Union", and on the other side, a Crown & Sceptre on a Cushion with a Laurelled Portrait of King James above and Inscribed "God Save King James the 8". Provenance: John Campbell, 1st Earl of Breadalbane, Perthshire - The Battle of Sheriffmuir, 1715.

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