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Must see. Beautiful detail! A remarkable 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with hallmarks for London 1764/5. The maker is William Kinman, one of the foremost makers of silver hilted swords in London in the 18th century, and whose work represents the highest standards of English craftsmanship. https://darksword-armory.com/

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Cold Steel Scottish Spike Cord Wrapped Handle Fixed Blade Knife(Secure-Ex Sheath)

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Sword

Sword, France (possibly made) Switzerland (possibly made), ca. 1760, V Swords were worn with civilian clothes as ‘small swords’, for self-defence and denoting status for the well-dressed gentleman. Small swords were items of male jewellery. By the 1750s, their elaborate gold and silver hilts, mounted with precious stones and fine enamelling, were the products of the goldsmith and jeweller rather than the swordsmith. They made fitting rewards for distinguished military and naval service.

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Arming Sword Dated: circa 1530-50 There’s a pair of faceted arms carrying at their head an inverted U-shaped bar ridged made en suite with the quillon terminals. The hilt of the sword is a variation of the Type 16 discussed in A.V.B. Norman, The Rapier and Small-Sword 1460-1820, London 1980, pp. 80-82. A sword with a very closely comparable hilt is alternatively given a Spanish late 15th century attribution by Oakeshott. Type XVIIIc

Arming Sword Dated: circa 1530-50 There’s a pair of faceted arms carrying at their head an inverted U-shaped bar ridged made en suite with the quillon terminals. The hilt of the sword is a variation of the Type 16 discussed in A.V.B. Norman, The Rapier and Small-Sword 1460-1820, London 1980, pp. 80-82. A sword with a very closely comparable hilt is alternatively given a Spanish late 15th century attribution by Oakeshott. Type XVIIIc

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VIKING SWORD DISCOVERED IN NORWAY OSLO, NORWAY—A sword from the late Viking Age has been discovered in a burial in Langeid, a village in southern Norway.

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Viking women's knives, kept suspended from belt or brooch, useful for textile crafts and everyday chores.

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Battle of Waterloo trophy, French Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword, Klingenthal, dated 1813

Battle of Waterloo trophy, French Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword, Klingenthal, dated 1813

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Fantasy Swords - Sting - Bilbo Baggin’s Sword Sting was an Elvish knife or dagger, used as a sword by the Hobbits in J.R.R. Tolkien… --- but then maybe as a dagger size

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Blades-UK.com The blade on this sword is beautiful. Damascus steel was made from wootz steel, a steel developed in India around 300 BC. #Fantasy #Swords #AEvermore

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