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Medieval Weapons

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A handgonne found in Sedelsberg Murrhardt, Germany and initially belived to be from the 15th century, before the first scientific investigation proved that it was made of a modern Degussa-alloy. This piece was obviously inspired by the Danzig-handgonne
The Mörkö Handgonne mid 1300's. National Historical Museum, Stockholm

Firearms

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Crossbow of Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg, 1460 German
Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Incendiary quarrels/arrows/crossbow bolts
BALLESTERO

Archery

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A flock of maces at the Royal Armouries
Appearing in a painting, the same German Gothic War Hammer 'Dolchstreithammer'
A war-hammer       provenance:	 	North Italy  dating:	 	 16th Century

Hammers & Maces

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Spearhead, South Germany, c. 1430
Military Lugged Spear Dated: circa 1500 Culture: North European Measurements: Head 53.5cm. Overall length 234cm
Spear

Spear

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Basilard "dagger" with a ring
basilard with finger ring
basilard with finger ring

Daggers

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Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Swordbreakers: A Myth ?
A GERMAN EXPANDING LEFT-HAND DAGGER                                                                                                                                                                       CIRCA 1580-1600

Spring Loaded Parrying Daggers

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Halberd, Date: ca. 1480 Culture: French

Pollaxes

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