A handful of wonderful medieval axe photos I found:
455 – Medieval Axe Texture
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Query by Bob S: Japanese sword……………………….?
I would like to know if anybody is aware how significantly this sword might be really worth. It is from WWII and it is Japanese. My grandfather shot a Japanese Basic and took it from him. My grandfather was a sniper. It came from the battle of Okinawa. Pleese any person that is aware how considerably swords like these are really worth pleese inform me. Make sure you no stupid anwsers.
sorry for the other things in the pics wow 20k !!!!!!!!!! i also have a lantern to i won’t be able to uncover anything out on i was cleansing up my dads property and located lots of genuinely previous points my dad is still alive (fifty decades outdated ) im 14. i also would like to know if any person knows anything at all about a:
Permissible Miners Saftey Lamp Aprroval # 20 (A) issued to the Koehler Manufacturing organization. it has the United States Dept. of Labor Seal on it so it can not be older than 1903 please any information i identified a thing on Ebay Thiland but for some reason it wont indicate me the page PLEESE Aid.
sorry for the other things in the pics wow 20k !!!!!!!!!! i also have a lantern to i cannot find something out on i was cleansing up my dads residence and discovered lots of really previous issues my dad is nevertheless alive (fifty years outdated ) im 14. i also would like to know if anyone is aware of anything at all about a:
Permissible Miners Saftey Lamp Aprroval # twenty (A) issued to the Koehler Producing organization. it has the United States Dept. of Labor Seal on it so it cannot be older than 1903 make sure you any information i identified one thing on Ebay Thiland but for some cause it wont display me the page PLEESE Support.
no it is unique study the info i gave it came from wwii and my grandfather acquired it from a common he shot (sniped) lol
I am quite confident it is worth fairly abit I did some reaserch and identified that there is the exact same actual sword in the Smithsonian seem up swords in the Smithonian and it is in there so I am guessing it ought to be scarce.
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Reply by libertine23
nicely its all rusty and shizz
you might be location is a dump
I would not sell that sword for under twenty,000
why are you selling it. don’t you want to give that to your young children.
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Query by Zesus45: What are the finest sites to locate out about medieval weapons these kinds of as the Pike and Gown Sword?
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Reply by Dapifer
Very first of all, the weapons you bring up are not normally medieval. Although pikes ended up utilized in the Middle Ages, specially at the finish of the period of time, they have been considerably more typical in the Early Modern time period.
I am not even positive what you mean by Gown Sword. The expression usually refers to the non-practical sword worn as an accessory on a military dress uniform. In the Center Ages there were no gown uniforms (nor standing armies, for that matter).
So I’d say the initial spot to start off would be Wikipedia, to operate out the look terms you happen to be seeking for. If it’s medieval European weaponry you happen to be fascinated in, attempt www.myarmoury.com or the links on this web page: http://writemedieval.livejournal.com/3819.html
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Question by Lai Yu Zeng: Viking sword, Rapier, Sabre, Cutlass and Katana, which is more difficult and lighter (show the weight of sword if can)
Answer by Bekki B
rapier < sabre < cutlass < katana
I don't know exactly what the vikings used--maybe a two handed sword similar to a katana.
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Some cool medieval spear photographs:
Medieval Particular person Back again
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Made and folded by me from a single uncut ten" square of tracing paper. Revisiting an previous product. The paper is bicoloured simply because I coloured it with purple crayon before folding!
Medieval Person – Another Shot
Image by tskorigami
Created and folded by me from a single uncut 10" square of tracing paper. Revisiting an aged model. The paper is bicoloured because I coloured it with purple crayon ahead of folding!