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Mandoble tipo "flamberge" - Sur de Alemania - C 1580

A South German two-hand flamberge, circa The Landesknechte that used these needed all the power they could get because they were assigned the task of breaking into pike blocks (large formations of soldiers armed with spears feet in length).

Two-Handed Sword, 1550-1600 Germany, second half of 16th Century steel; leather and wood grip, cloth-covered middle, Overall: l. 191.50 cm (75 3/8 inches); Blade: l. 144.80 cm (57 inches); Quillions: w. 41.50 cm (16 5/16 inches); Grip: l. 40.70 cm (16 inches); Ricasso: l. 33.40 cm (13 1/8 inches). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Severance 1919.68

Germany, second half of Century, steel; leather and wood grip, cloth-covered middle, Overall: l. Blade: l. Grip: l.

1550-1600 German two-handed sword with flamboyant blade - steel, leather and wood grip with brass rivets, bronze pommel (overall 66 7/16 in., 2.98 wt., blade 46 11/16 in., quillions 19 7/8 in., grip 19 5/16 in., ricasso 10 1/2 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1919.71

German two-handed sword with flamboyant blade - steel, leather and…

German Two-handed Sword Dated: partly circa 1520-30 Measurements: blade 132cm. Overall length 180cm

German Two-handed Sword Dated: partly circa Measurements: blade

16th Century German Rapier

Hand-and-a-half Sword Dated: partly century Culture: German Measurements: blade Overall length

zweihander flamberge - Make your own from duct tape  www.warfarebyducttape.com

zweihander flamberge - Make your own from duct tape www.warfarebyducttape.com

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