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The battle axe was one of the most feared weapons of the Anglo-Saxons. The weapon was created for combat and for instantly stunning victims. If the victim was lucky, they would die from the first blow. Otherwise, they would receive another hit.

The battle axe was one of the most feared weapons of the Anglo-Saxons. The weapon was created for combat and for instantly stunning victims. If the victim was lucky, they would die from the first blow. Otherwise, they would receive another hit.

Double-edged blade stamped three times on both sides with the king's head mark of Johannes Wundes of Solingen, a stylised wolf and the inscription "IOHANES WUNDES - SOLIDEO GLORIA". The fullered ricasso inscribed "GOTTES SEGEN - ALLES LEGEN". The blackened iron hilt with double knuckle guards and bars at the bottom. Original, leather-covered grip with flat oval pommel. Includes the original, leather-covered wooden scabbard with iron fittings, a hook for wear on one sid...

Double-edged blade stamped three times on both sides with the king's head mark of Johannes Wundes of Solingen, a stylised wolf and the inscription "IOHANES WUNDES - SOLIDEO GLORIA". The fullered ricasso inscribed "GOTTES SEGEN - ALLES LEGEN". The blackened iron hilt with double knuckle guards and bars at the bottom. Original, leather-covered grip with flat oval pommel. Includes the original, leather-covered wooden scabbard with iron fittings, a hook for wear on one sid...

Slender thrusting blade of flattened hexagonal section, the upper quarter on both sides with deep fuller struck with signature "PETRUS EN TOLEDO". The ricasso with several marks struck on either side. Iron swept hilt with small guard plate on the obverse. Angular grip with original iron wire wrap and Turks' heads. Large fluted pommel. Length 137.5 cm.

Slender thrusting blade of flattened hexagonal section, the upper quarter on both sides with deep fuller struck with signature "PETRUS EN TOLEDO". The ricasso with several marks struck on either side. Iron swept hilt with small guard plate on the obverse. Angular grip with original iron wire wrap and Turks' heads. Large fluted pommel. Length 137.5 cm.

Two-handed sword of Jacob CabeljauwLength 190.6cm.In 1573 the town of Alkmaar was besieged by Spanish troops. The Dutch commander Cabeljauw led the forces that defeated this attack and forced the Spanish to retreat. He was promoted to military governor of Alkmaar and was probably presented with this sword as a token of honour. The text on the blade was presumably added in the 18th century to record the sword’s historical significance.Source: Rijksmuseum.nl

Two-handed sword of Jacob CabeljauwLength 190.6cm.In 1573 the town of Alkmaar was besieged by Spanish troops. The Dutch commander Cabeljauw led the forces that defeated this attack and forced the Spanish to retreat. He was promoted to military governor of Alkmaar and was probably presented with this sword as a token of honour. The text on the blade was presumably added in the 18th century to record the sword’s historical significance.Source: Rijksmuseum.nl

Italian Flambard Rapier Late 16th Century

Italian Flambard Rapier Late 16th Century

German Riding Sword (Reitschwert), c. 1599. Note how short the grip is; the ricasso is expected to be employed as a surface for at least the index finger. Note also the wear close to the center of percussion. Philadelphia Museum of Art

German Riding Sword (Reitschwert), c. 1599. Note how short the grip is; the ricasso is expected to be employed as a surface for at least the index finger. Note also the wear close to the center of percussion. Philadelphia Museum of Art

German Landsknescht Sabre 1540

German Landsknescht Sabre 1540

Rapier Date: blade dated 1620 Culture: Northern European, probably German Medium: Steel, encrusted with silver and partly gilt; brass and iron wire Dimensions: L. 43 1/2 in. (110.5 cm); W. 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm); L. of blade 36 7/8 in. (93.7 cm); W. of blade 1 1/4 in. (3.2 cm); D. of blade 3/16 in. (0.5 cm); Wt. 2 lb. 15 oz. (1332.4 g)

Rapier Date: blade dated 1620 Culture: Northern European, probably German Medium: Steel, encrusted with silver and partly gilt; brass and iron wire Dimensions: L. 43 1/2 in. (110.5 cm); W. 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm); L. of blade 36 7/8 in. (93.7 cm); W. of blade 1 1/4 in. (3.2 cm); D. of blade 3/16 in. (0.5 cm); Wt. 2 lb. 15 oz. (1332.4 g)

Rapier | blade, German, Munich; hilt, Northern Italian | The Met

Rapier | blade, German, Munich; hilt, Northern Italian | The Met