A hand-and-a-half sword. 16th century. Double-edged blade, flat fullers at the forte, with brass-inlaid orb mark on the obverse side. Long quillons with bars on each side. Added cloth covered grip, unassociated fluted pommel with large rivetted finial. Pommel and quillons with signs of corrosion. Weapon composed of old parts. Length 107 cm.
Grande épée à branches: Garde à deux branches en fer bruni dont une oblique se rattachant à la principale; grands quillons droits aplatis à l'extrémité; un autre quillon partant de la branche forme un… - Thierry de Maigret - 07/04/2016
Sword Cane Silver Topped With Spring Loaded Quillions Date: 1870 Country: French
2 of 2. A German Landsknecht sword, KATZBALGER, in the style of circa 1520-50, 19th century. With broad blade formed with a very low medial ridge, a short point, a pair of narrow short fullers at the forte struck with two rows of marks on one side, and the ricasso cut with additional pairs of fullers along the sides a including a pair of long acutely in-curved writhen quillons, and knuckle-guard,. L. overall: 88.5 cm - L. blade: 74 cm - W.: 14 cm.
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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