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Forum: European Armoury Yesterday, 07:37 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Yes, Feldegen or Haudegen, northern European...

Yes, Feldegen or Haudegen, northern European mid/late C17th to early C18th. From the looks of the side loops, there should be pierced guards in those. You can see the grooves where they sat. They're...
Forum: European Armoury 30th July 2022, 01:14 PM
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Posted By Triarii
This looks more like it, but don't know any more...

This looks more like it, but don't know any more on Moreno. 'Before 1700' may be too late.
Forum: European Armoury 14th July 2022, 02:18 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Thanks. I'll translate that if possible. Now...

Thanks. I'll translate that if possible. Now wondering if it is a C - which for some reason I didn't look at. It's a bit malformed for that letter though.
Forum: European Armoury 13th July 2022, 05:37 PM
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Posted By Triarii
I pasted them into the word doc to try and avoid...

I pasted them into the word doc to try and avoid that. There's two shots of each side of the ricasso.

Another shot attached.
Forum: European Armoury 13th July 2022, 03:16 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Thumbs up Werecow, the photos are the right way around. ...

Werecow, the photos are the right way around.

However, although annoyingly I can't get as good a photo as the Mk1 eyeball;

In the bright sun today (makes a change) the circular blob at the top...
Forum: European Armoury 13th July 2022, 11:00 AM
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Posted By Triarii
Not sure why they came out so large. They're...

Not sure why they came out so large. They're clearer at a smaller scale like the attachment.
Forum: European Armoury 11th July 2022, 10:28 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Whoops.

Whoops.
Forum: European Armoury 11th July 2022, 12:36 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Here are some photos. Best I can do. At higher...

Here are some photos. Best I can do. At higher res they get more indistinct.
Same mark either side of the ricasso, just tried different angles to photograph it.
Forum: European Armoury 8th July 2022, 02:00 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Thankyou both. I'll try all of the spellings. ...

Thankyou both. I'll try all of the spellings.

The international trade in blades and swords in the C17th interests me.
I have a Pappenheimer (usually North German in style) which has a very...
Forum: European Armoury 7th July 2022, 05:26 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Heinrich Kolle

Hello,

I am excitedly awaiting delivery of a sword tomorrow which has the blade stamped to one Heinrich Kolle along with a Passau wolf of Solingen. The hilt is mid C17th English.

I can't find...
Forum: European Armoury 31st May 2022, 02:49 PM
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Posted By Triarii
That's a good idea. I've often read that they're...

That's a good idea. I've often read that they're cabalistic numbers, but with no explanation as to why *those* particular numbers were chosen. I like that suggestion.
Forum: European Armoury 17th April 2022, 10:20 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Looks for the all the world like a zischagge...

Looks for the all the world like a zischagge (European cavalry helmet) of the 16202-70s, minus its tail.
Forum: European Armoury 13th April 2022, 06:09 PM
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Posted By Triarii
AVB Norman is a key purchase. I'm into mid...

AVB Norman is a key purchase.

I'm into mid C17th British swords (eg ECW era) so Stuart C Mowbrays 'British Military Swords Volume 1: 1600 - 1660'. It's mainly photos, but a great reference. ISBN...
Forum: European Armoury 20th March 2022, 10:07 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 4,750
Posted By Triarii
Apologies for resurrecting this after such a long...

Apologies for resurrecting this after such a long gap, but is there any evidence that there were two side guards on this? I can't see a screw hole on the pommel or signs of the recurved bars sitting...
Forum: Ethnographic Miscellania 13th January 2022, 04:36 PM
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Posted By Triarii
I suspect the name came later, though I don't...

I suspect the name came later, though I don't know what the wire knots on sword hilts were called in say the C17th.
Forum: European Armoury 13th January 2022, 01:18 PM
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Views: 1,771
Posted By Triarii
Armourers mark

Hi,
I'm looking at an armourers or traders mark on a mid C17th sword. Its really difficult to photograph so I'll describe it. Blade may be continental.

Its a simple heart, with a circle touching...
Forum: European Armoury 13th January 2022, 01:15 PM
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Posted By Triarii
Jim, Apologies for any confusion - I was...

Jim,

Apologies for any confusion - I was referring to the bandoliers being commonly used by Victorians but rarely in the mid C17th, the one example excepted.
Forum: European Armoury 6th January 2022, 03:38 PM
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Views: 4,750
Posted By Triarii
Thanks for the reply. I'm discussing this with...

Thanks for the reply. I'm discussing this with some C17th history enthusiasts - we all know the story as per my OP, but were all wondering at the first instance of its use.

Very much like when...
Forum: European Armoury 6th January 2022, 10:22 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 4,750
Posted By Triarii
Mortuary Sword - first use of the term?

Hello,

I've searched about and not found any sort of answer.

It's widely accepted that the name 'Mortuary Sword' is a misnomer as the faces found on some hilts don't commemorate Charles I (or...
Forum: European Armoury 22nd December 2021, 08:22 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 5,539
Posted By Triarii
It's a lazy C17th English thing that the Celtic...

It's a lazy C17th English thing that the Celtic fringes were often lumped together as 'Irish', even though the hilt style may have evolved in England (though that perception may be because there is...
Forum: European Armoury 22nd December 2021, 09:59 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,794
Posted By Triarii
A number of early basket hilts feature in...

A number of early basket hilts feature in paintings and drawings and there is for example the Mary Rose sword, which must pre-date 1545. Claude Blaire has a good article on their evolution ('The...
Forum: European Armoury 22nd December 2021, 09:48 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,934
Posted By Triarii
Excellent news. I'd certainly be interested in a...

Excellent news. I'd certainly be interested in a paper copy.
Forum: European Armoury 20th December 2021, 01:35 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 2,700
Posted By Triarii
I'm not sure which element you are referring too....

I'm not sure which element you are referring too. In English, C19th collectors named these 'mortuary ' swords because some of the typical faces, often with the mid C17th 'van dyke' moustache,...
Forum: European Armoury 15th December 2021, 11:41 AM
Replies: 34
Views: 13,225
Posted By Triarii
I have one of these with the usual conventional...

I have one of these with the usual conventional blade, but also owned one with a narrower and very much more curved blue & gilt blade (see pic) - so there were a number of variations.
Forum: European Armoury 29th November 2021, 02:33 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 5,483
Posted By Triarii
I had one not unlike this (attached). It was...

I had one not unlike this (attached). It was either non-regulation or possibly a militia officers sword. I have one with a chequered ivory grip and lions head, but the hilt has acanthus leaves on the...
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