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Espada-Sable Puerto-Seguro para Oficial de Artillería, modelo 1926. España, hacia 1934.

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11th/12th century weapons on display at the National Museum of Ireland

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Joyuse Charlemagne's sword. http://www.charlemagne.org/Gateway.html

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Celtic Bronze & Lapis Sword, Iberian, c. 6th-3rd Century BCE. Although this sword recalls, by its shape, other types widespread throughout several regions during the Iron Age (Celtic world, Anatolia, Iran), the presence of silver patterns enables us to attribute its origin precisely to the Iberian world, where similar damascened decorations are attested, though rarely, not only on sword hilts but also on their scabbards.

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Antiques : Rare Medieval Sword Captured from Mamluk Aresnal at Alexandra during the last Crusade in the second half of the 14th Century | The italian-made sword was given as a gift to the Mamluk rulers of Alexandria by the Christian ruler of Cyprus and Jerusalem, King Peter I as part of a gift sealing a treaty | Blouin Boutique

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Asian Bronze Sword with an open mouthed dragon head on the handle, with traces of gold gilding. 400-200 BC

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Martin-Gullaume Biennais (1764-1843) - Napoleon's Dress Sword. Gold, Enamel, Steel and Tortoiseshell. Circa 1764. National Museum. Stockholm, Sweden.

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