Oakeshott Type XV Italian Renaissance Era Parade Sword | Sword-Site
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Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa 14th Century, Dating: XIVth century…
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A classic XVIIIC. Made in Italy, Europe c. 1400-1415 Artist/maker unknown, Italian Steel [blade]; iron [hilt]; wood replaced Length (overall): 40 1/2 inches (102.9 cm) Blade: 3 7/16 x 31 3/4 inches (8.7 x 80.6 cm) Weight: 29 pounds 11.8 ounces (13.49 kg) Width (quillions): 10 1/16 inches (25.6 cm) Diameter (pommel): 2 5/16 inches (5.8 cm)
Longsword circa 1400, possibly Italian. The grip is not original. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Dated: Late 15th Century Culture: Probably Italian Measurements: Blade 78.5cm. Overall length 99cm Presented in excavated condition, the sword has a double-edged hollow-ground blade formed with a medial ridge running over its full length on both sides, tapering from a broad base to a long narrow point. Read more: http://sword-site.com/thread/412/oakeshott-hollow-ground-medieval-sword#ixzz3YmnxjtQt