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90 Miles From Tyranny : 30 Amazing Historic Artifacts..

Armour for a Boy, probably Prince Henry Stuart 1608 30 Amazing Historical Artifacts

arthistoryftw: “ Joyeuse (Joyful) Kings of France’s sword 10th-11th centuries (hilt) and 12th century Musée du Louvre, Paris ”

arthistoryftw: “ Joyeuse (Joyful) Kings of France’s sword 10th-11th centuries (hilt) and 12th century Musée du Louvre, Paris ”

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla  Date: ca. 1590 Culture: Italian (Milan) Medium: Steel, gold, silver, textile, and leathe

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla 1590

Medieval Armor, Armors, Weapons, Armours, Weapon, Guns, Armor Concept

Medieval Armor, Armors, Swords, Weapons, Armours, Weapon, Guns, Armor Concept, Sword

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Two Hander Oakeshott Type XIa Medieval Sword

German Executioner’s Sword, ca. 1650 Broad double-edged 33" straight blade with short central fuller and blunt tip, with laten-filled gallows one side; wheel on the other. Maker’s stamp at the forte. Scattered pitting and evidence of frequent sharpening; the blade still holding a sharp edge, as commonly found.

German Executioner’s Sword, ca. 1650 Broad double-edged 33" straight blade with short central fuller and blunt tip, with laten-filled gallows one side; wheel on the other. Maker’s stamp at the forte. Scattered pitting and evidence of frequent sharpening; the blade still holding a sharp edge, as commonly found.