German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C

German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C

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German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C
German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C
German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C
German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C
German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C
German Horseman’s Broadsword, 2nd Half 17th C

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Iron hilt consisting of round-section bars, featuring double side rings, each filled with a pierced plate. Knucklebow joined by double side bars extending from the side rings on each side and attached to the small spherical pommel with ball-head screws. Wood grip wrapped with alternating strands of brass wire and twisted iron wire, with turks head at the base. Straight double-edged 30 1/4" blade with short shallow fuller stamped with cabalistic number "*1515*" and the Solingen running wolf mark on each side. Very good condition, the metal generally smooth, with only minor pitting, and the markings sharp and clear. Typical cavalryman's sword used by most European countries during the 2nd half of the 17th C and into the early 18th C. Overall length 36"

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  • Reference #
  • SB1066
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Militaria & Weapons
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • ca. 1680
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  • Condition
  • VG

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