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Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. From Vågå church, Oppland, Norway.

DE NORSKE VIKINGESVERD by JAN PETERSEN (1919): Sword Type O

DE NORSKE VIKINGESVERD by JAN PETERSEN (1919): Sword Type O

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I neeeeeeeeeeeddd this! This has got to be one of the coolest swords ever made.

Beautiful inlay

A German Medieval Sword, circa 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. Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany.

Hand-and-half sword [Probably Germany] (2006.564) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bastard - Hand-and-half sword, steel and copper alloy, Probably Germany, c.

myArmoury.com A Viking Sword of Petersen Type R (Variant) and Wheeler Type VI, 10th/11th century, probably East European  Overall length: 85.4 cm (33.6"); Blade length: 71.3 cm (28.1")

Viking Sword of Petersen Type R (Variant) and Wheeler Type VI, century, probably East European Overall length: cm Blade length: cm

14th century sword. It is known as "The Sword of St. George".

It is known as "The Sword of St. George is a fictional character and was anyway supposed to live centuries before this style of swords were made.

A migration-period "Ring-sword" with damascus blade   Overall Length - 90.5 cm Length of Blade 75.0 cm - Width of Blade 4.7 cm - Width of Crossguard 9.5 cm - Overall Weight 1.015 kg - Point of Balancefrom crossguard 14.3 cm

A migration-period "Ring-sword" with damascus blade Overall Length - cm Length of Blade cm - Width of Blade cm - Width of Crossguard cm - Overall Weight kg - Point of Balancefrom crossguard cm

Two-handed Knightly Sword Dated: first quarter 14th century Culture: German Provenance: the Verucchio Castle Museum Measurements: overall length 130cm The sword features a straight, double-edged blade, with a slight groove for two-thirds of its length. Engraved at the first part with a slightly visible noble shield, the weapon has straight iron quillons of square section, wooden grip scales, disc-shaped iron pommel (type “J” Oakeshott) relieved at the ...

A two-handed knightly sword The Verucchio Castle Museum Germany, first quarter Century Straight, double-edged blade, with a slight groove for two-thirds of its length

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