- Dating: second quarter of the 17th Century
- Provenence: Germany
Long, straight, double-edged blade of exagonal section, a groove at the forte and a Passau wolf mark; on the tang are the gunsmith’s marks; fine iron two-valve hilt, completely pierced with suns and moons, with bridges connected to the guard; countercurved quillons of exagonal section, with small arches; fine faceted ribbed pommel, outlined on the sides and on a neck; roundish grip covered with iron thread and wire binding, at the ends are moor’s head.
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