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Triskele, enameled metal pendant with cord. Diameter 3.2 cm,..
18.80€
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Two-Handed Scottish Claymore Sword Two-Handed Scottish Claymore Sword
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Two-Handed Scottish Claymore Sword, 16th Century, without ScabbardThis two-handed Claymore (derived from the Scottish Gaelic word claidheamh-mòr, which simply translates to “great sword”) is patterned after the impressive, double-edged longswords wielded by Scotland’s famous Highlanders during inter..
138.00€ 160.00€
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Viking Boots X sec.
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Viking Boots, Period: X sec. - Sources: originals found in Sweden. Made entirely by hand using medieval techniques. Materials: Leather, leather Notes: Available in all sizes (custom)...
234.00€
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Viking Sword from Dybäck with Scabbard, 11th c., Tempered blade Viking Sword from Dybäck with Scabbard, 11th c., Tempered blade
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Viking Sword from Dybäck with Scabbard, 11th c., Tempered bladeThis gorgeous, single-handed Viking sword is based upon an archaeological piece found around 1870 in a peat bog in Dybäck - also spelled Dyback, Dybek or Dybeck, Scania (Skåne, a part of Denmark during the Viking Age, now Sweden). The or..
305.00€
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Viking Sword from Dybäck with Scabbard, 11th c., Damascus Steel BladeThis gorgeous, single-handed Viking sword is based upon an archaeological piece found around 1870 in a peat bog in Dybäck - also spelled Dyback, Dybek or Dybeck, Scania (Skåne, a part of Denmark during the Viking Age, now Sweden). ..
449.00€
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Viking Wood Shield Viking Wood Shield
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Viking Round Shield, wood Battle-ready round shield from wood with strong steel fittings. A typical, very elaborate knot design has been engraved by complex handcraft into a steel plate in the middle.Backside there’s riveted a padding covered with soft leather. Two leather straps are riveted as..
199.00€
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16th century Spanish armor - marto 16th century Spanish armor - marto
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Spanish armor from the XVI century, built on the model of those belonging to Charles V and Philip II today part of the collection of the Real Armeria in Madrid. The armor is made of polished steel, characterized by carvings of floral motifs in gold over most of the particularly wealthy region.Equipp..
6,500.00€ 8,900.00€
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Scale model of a balestrino, also known as crossbow pistol by the characteristic teniere that arches behind the shooting of walnut. Given insidious weapon, because it could easily be concealed in his clothes, was banned as early as the second half of the 500. Teniere National hardboard wood with..
19.00€
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Reproduction hand assembled in wood and cast metal burnished a medieval siege ram mounted on fixed structure. The function of the air was to tear down walls and doors operated by hand by soldiers employees. Was built with logs of wood usually slaughtered and processed on the spot which was sometimes..
77.00€
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Armor Special Engraving - marto Armor Special Engraving - marto
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Though the origin of the armour of combat goes back to the Egyptian period, developing with Greeks and Romans, the medieval armour most known, formed of plates of steel or iron, linked to each other with hooks, nuts, and nails it holds the warrior by means of straps and clasps, it started being used..
4,200.00€ 6,500.00€
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The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
110.00€
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The "bacinetto" was a type of helmet of Italian origin used in medieval Europe (14th century). It is distinguished by the pointed shape, slightly tilted back, of the tile. Unlike the cervelliera, his archetype, the pelvis was equipped with a camaglio attached to the tile and not to be worn under the..
270.00€
Ex Tax:270.00€
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