<p>Panzerstecher, deutsch/Dresden - Objekt Nr. 1089 - Jürgen H. Fricker Historische Waffen </p>
Some pre-Renaissance blades. Most of these are hand-and-a-half swords, or bastard swords, meant for both slashing and stabbing with either one or two hands. A good, versatile sword type, useful in many situations.
Dagger, Milan vessels, ca. 1600, Spanish .
Ottoman dagger,19th century, steel, jade, gold, emerald, diamond, ruby. L. with sheath 22 1/4 in. (56.5 cm); L. without sheath 20 3/4 in. (52.7 cm); L. of blade 15 1/4 in. (38.7 cm); W. 2 13/16 in. (7.1 cm); D. 7/8 in. (2.2 cm); Wt. 14 oz. (396.9 g); Wt. of sheath 9.7 oz (275 g), Met Museum.
Rapier and awl / ceremonial weapons set composed of rapier, awl, dagger with scabbard Master Francis (Cutler) Torgau. Germany ca. 1560
Sword and Scabbard of Captain Richard French Ames Manufacturing Company (American, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 1829–1935) Date: 1850
hand an a half riding sword, german, circa 1580
Sword by Peter Knecht (born 1796) Solingen, Germany 1530 - 1770 c. 1530 (hilt) c. 1770 (blade) Iron or steel, wood, leather and copper alloy, blackened and etched. Length: 95.7 cm, blade Width: 4 cm Weight: 1.245 kg Inscription: 'NO ME SAQUES SIN RAZON / NO ME ENVAYNES SIN HONOR' Etched Maker's mark: 'P. KNECHT' Engraved on one side Stamp: 'SOLINGEN' Near maker's name Inscription: 'SOLINGEN' Engraved on the other side Stamp: 'P. KNECHT' On the other side Stamp: '259' On the other side
The Imperial Sword (Mauritius Sword) | | Sheath: 2nd half 11th century, sword: 1198/1218