2 of 2. A German two-hand processional sword, late 16th-early 17th century. With long heavy blade of flattened hexagonal section, a running wolf mark inlaid in latten on one side at the forte, cut with three narrow fullers over the lower third of its length on both sides and with additional fullers along the edges of the short ricasso. L. overall: 178 cm - L. blade: 132 cm - W.: 39.2 cm
German two-hand sword, in late 16th century style. With broad blade cut with a full length broad fuller, a pentagram mark inlaid in copper on one side, a further spurious mark on both sides of the ricasso, large iron hilt cut with panels leaf ornament, including inner- and outerrings, globular pommel decorated en suite, and moulded leather-bound grip. L. overall: 160.3 cm - L. blade: 114.7 cm - W.: 46 cm.