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Hand-and-a-half sword, type XVII, dated 1370-1420. Very well ballanced, ideal for fighting. Also used as an unique interior decoration.
Medieval sword made accordingly to type XVIa of E. Oakeshott's typology
Medieval sword dated 1450-1480 A.D., made accordingly to type XVIIIa of E. Oakeshott's typology.
This type of sword were in use between 1360-1410. It represents 'Family D' according to Oakeshott's typology: wheel pommel and straight steel-made cross.
By appearance and overall shape this sword is similar to a swords from tle fourth quarter of 14th century. T2 type of pommel and curved cross are characteristic to „Sempach” type of swords.
Medieval sword made accordingly to type XX of E. Oakeshott's typology. Used in second half of 15th and first half of 16th century. Forged blade, no sharp edges and full battle ready.
15th century hand-and-a-half sword with forged and tempered blade. Long handle and appropriate shape of pommel allows a strong and steady grip.
Medieval 14th century sword with a typical pommel and cross. Forged blade, no sharp edges and full battle ready sword suitable for experienced re-enactors.
Long sword dated ca. 1450-1475. Well shaped pommel and cross makes that sword unique. Forged and hardened blade allows to use this sword in re-enactment fightings.
Medieval, 15th century sword with characteristic cross. Forged blade that allows to use this sword in re-enactment.
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