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Broadsword. German. Hilt of c.1630-40, the pommel not belonging. Slight curved, engraved blade, Solingen. The blade associated, but of the same period as the hilt.

Hilt of the pommel not belonging. The blade associated, but of the same period as the hilt.

Swiss Sword      Dated: first quarter of the 17th century     Medium: steel, iron     Measurements: overall length 88 cm  Copyright © 2016 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L. found on the Art of Swords Tumblr

Swiss Sword Dated: first quarter of the century Medium: steel, iron Measurements: overall length 88 cm Copyright © 2016 Czerny’s International Auction House S.

**A NORTH EUROPEAN MILITARY SWORD, LATE 17TH CENTURY

**A NORTH EUROPEAN MILITARY SWORD, LATE 17TH CENTURY

Late 17th century Sword at the National Maritime Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Although there is nothing specifically maritime about this sword, it is undeniably a fighting weapon. Its length suggests that it is more appropriate to a mounted soldier than anyone else, but it could also be of the type used at sea. It is perhaps the case that the short, handy hanger, used instead of the rapier, or that sword's derivatives was not the only type of fighting sword used at sea."

Late 17th century Sword at the National Maritime Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Although there is nothing specifically maritime about this sword, it is undeniably a fighting weapon. Its length suggests that it is more appropriate to a mounted soldier than anyone else, but it could also be of the type used at sea. It is perhaps the case that the short, handy hanger, used instead of the rapier, or that sword's derivatives was not the only type of fighting sword used at sea."

A Rare 17th Century Dutch Broadsword/Hanger of WALLOON Type

A Rare 17th Century Dutch Broadsword/Hanger of WALLOON Type

A Rare Antique Dutch Broadsword/Hanger of "Walloon" type, circa. double-edge blade struck with an armorer's mark on each side at the ricass

Early 17th c Swedish cut and thrust swords. From left: Cavalry officer sword, 1620-30. Dutch type sword, Gustav II Adolf introduced to Swedish army, 1st half of 17th c. Cavalry sword, 1630-50. Infantry sword, mid 17th c. Sword, 1660-70. Infantry trooper's sword m/1685, was made to the 1730's, replacement with m/1748 cutlass didn't happen until Pomeranian war 1757-62, some units still issuing m/1685 to 1790s. Navy then took huge number of them from storage, cut down the tip and made it…

Early 17th c Swedish cut and thrust swords. From left: Cavalry officer sword, 1620-30. Dutch type sword, Gustav II Adolf introduced to Swedish army, 1st half of 17th c. Cavalry sword, 1630-50. Infantry sword, mid 17th c. Sword, 1660-70. Infantry trooper's sword m/1685, was made to the 1730's, replacement with m/1748 cutlass didn't happen until Pomeranian war 1757-62, some units still issuing m/1685 to 1790s. Navy then took huge number of them from storage, cut down the tip and made it…

Walloon sword, blade 88 cm long and 4,5 cm wide at the top. Blade has 2 etched male figures (bishops). In a museum in Denmark.

Walloon sword, blade 88 cm long and cm wide at the top. Blade has 2 etched male figures (bishops). In a museum in Denmark.

R-G10BCO.- Espada de Marina. España, hacia 1770. Sólida guarnición de hierro, con puño de latón gallonado. Hoja recta, lomo cuadrado y canal, filo al exterior, punzonada con la flecha que corresponde al Gremio de Espaderos y Dagueros de Barcelona. Vaina de cuero. Long. Total: 84 cm; Long.Hoja : 69,5 cm; Anchura base hoja: 35 mm

R-G10BCO.- Espada de Marina. España, hacia 1770. Sólida guarnición de hierro, con puño de latón gallonado. Hoja recta, lomo cuadrado y canal, filo al exterior, punzonada con la flecha que corresponde al Gremio de Espaderos y Dagueros de Barcelona. Vaina de cuero. Long. Total: 84 cm; Long.Hoja : 69,5 cm; Anchura base hoja: 35 mm

2) Walloon Hilt Sword (1650-1700)This sword was common in Central Europe. It could be made of steel, iron or brass, with wood.

Walloon Hilt Sword sword was common in Central Europe. It could be made of steel, iron or brass, with wood.

A very nice Antique Dutch 17th Century Walloon Sword, length 104 cm, in very good condition. Price 2.200 euro http://www.bolk-antiques.nl/index.cfm?page=collection&cat=1210&subcat=0&aid=914091

A very nice antique Dutch 17 century Walloon sword, lenght 104 cm, in very good condition.

Vicente Toledo Momparler | Espadas y uniformes españoles, militares y civiles

Vicente Toledo Momparler | Espadas y uniformes españoles, militares y civiles

Walloon Sword Dated: circa 1700 Culture: German Measurements: blade length: 91.5 cm, width: 38 mm

Walloon Sword Dated: circa 1700 Culture: German Measurements: blade length: cm, width: 38 mm

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