Zsanett Molnár

Zsanett Molnár

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Rapier • Dated: circa 1610 - 1620 • Maker: Heinrich Paetther (active in Solingen) • Culture: German (Solingen) • Medium: iron or steel, copper alloy and silver, encrusted and chiselled • Measurements:...

Rapier • Dated: circa 1610 - 1620 • Maker: Heinrich Paetther (active in Solingen) • Culture: German (Solingen) • Medium: iron or steel, copper alloy and silver, encrusted and chiselled • Measurements:...

Side sword. Gotta appreciate the hand protection that a double knuckle bow provides.

Gotta appreciate the hand protection that a double knuckle bow provides.

Art of Swords

# Short Sword circa South German or Swiss. The form of the guards of this sword is typically South German of the second quarter of the century, but the pommel is as distinctively Venetian while its blade bears the mark of Basle.

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Nordic Style Iron Inlaid Type K Sword Overall length: 94 cm Blade length: 78 cm Weight: 980 g

Reichsstadtmuseum

viking, denmark century, pommel and guard with silver (niello) and gold inlay. pattern-welded blade with fuller, partial ornament.

Viking Sword with silver-inlaid hilt, century Denmark. Located at Reichsstadtmuseum Rothenburg, Germany.

An important Viking sword,  			                			  			   			                        			                			  			provenance:  			   			Northern Europe  			                			  			dating:  			   			  			10th Century

Viking Sword Dated: century Provenance: Northern Europe Measurements…

A double-edged Viking sword, marred with patina. Forged out of iron. Made in the 10th/11th century for a Viking warrior in Northern Europe. Found in a river in South Germany. Sold at a Christies auction for $29,264.

A double-edged Viking sword, marred with patina. Made in the century for a Viking warrior in Northern Europe. Found in a river in South Germany.