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Sword of a Duke of Milan, Dated: 15th century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: Italy, Flanders

Sword of a Duke of Milan, Dated: century Culture: Italian Place of Origin: Italy, Flanders

Fauchon, storta, en partie Italie début XVIIe siècle. An Italian falchion,

Falchion with double-fullered, clip point blade and ornate falcon-head pommel and guard finials.

“Dark Ages”, D&D e i Secoli Bui | Isola Illyon

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Longsword circa 1400, possibly Italian. The grip is not original. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Sword

Italian Sword c. 1490. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Italian Sword c. Note the broad, tapering blade with a slight central ridge, the elegant sweep of the crossguard, and the waisted grip. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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