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Dha Schwert mit Silberbeschlägen, Holzschatulle, Burma, 19. Jh. | Auctionata

Dha Schwert mit Silberbeschlägen, Holzschatulle, Burma, 19. Jh. | Auctionata

Gave helm. Leuk voor een castlefest kostuum.

An incredible helmet // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes -

Photo : European Daggers from The Wallace Collection  Top row, left to right: Italian (Venetian) ear dagger, circa 1500; French rondel dagger, circa 1440-50; German quillon dagger, circa 1530  Bottom row, left to right: German Landsknecht dagger, circa 1600, complete with sheath, small knife, and steel pricker; Flemish ballock dagger, circa 1450-60, with fine circular maplewood hilt and sheath accompanied by small knife and steel pricker

Photo : European Daggers from The Wallace Collection Top row, left to…

Claymore, circa 1610-1620, Scottish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Alan Rutherfurd Stuyvesant, 1954 (54.46.10) #swords

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Alan Rutherfurd Stuyvesant, 1954 One of my favorite types of swords.

Patag, ca. 1750–ca. 1850 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) A patag, also known as patang, is a type of Asian sword characterized as having a straight single-edged blade. Patags are traditionally produced in Bhutan.

Patag, ca. 1850 (Metropolitan Museum of Art) A patag, also known as patang, is a type of Asian sword characterized as having a straight single-edged blade. Patags are traditionally produced in Bhutan.

*GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT ~ Presented Magnificent Sword, of Silver, gold + multi jeweled to the future 18th president of the US by the citizens of Kentucky who gave this token of their esteem to General Grant upon his promotion to "General in Chief of the Armies of the US" in 1864. He was being elevated to the same level of command as only George Washington had ever achieved...

*GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT ~ Presented Magnificent Sword, of Silver, gold + multi jeweled to the future 18th president of the US by the citizens of Kentucky who gave this token of their esteem to General Grant upon his promotion to "General in Chief of the Armies of the US" in 1864. He was being elevated to the same level of command as only George Washington had ever achieved...

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