An Eastern European Medieval Sword with Scabbard, first half of the 14th century The hilt all encrusted with silver (niello). The blade inlaid with gilt inscriptions. The upper back side of the blade engraved with a Mameluk inscription (arsenal of Alexandria). Leather bound scabbard with silver mounts. Overall length: 105.3 cm (41.5"); Blade length: 88.4 cm (34.8"); Scabbard length: 89.5 cm (35.2”) Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany
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.
A Medieval Sword Of Oakeshott Type XVIII Circa 1400 In excavated condition, with broad sharply tapering blade of flattened diamond section, the hilt comprising slightly arched tapering quillons of triangular section flat along the top and thickening to form a shallow ridged projection over each face of the forte, flat tapering tang with rounded edges, and large flat circular pommel drawn-out at the top to form a button
A German Medieval Sword, circa 1300-1350. Disc-shaped pommel. The blade has a brass inlaid mark at the upper section. Hollow-ground blade with pronounced mid-rib. Clearly an anti-armour weapon. Overall length: 109.4 cm (43.1"); Blade length: 92.7 cm (36.5"). Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany. [960 x 960]