A broad two-handed Schiavonesca,
- OaL: 49.4 in/125.5 cm
Hungary, 15th century, housed at the National Museum of Hungary.
Tuareg sword, North Africa, 19th century
from Czerny’s International Auction House
Russian cuirassier broadsword 1763 of the Belarusian Museum (Minsk).
A m1740 Claymore of a Scottish regiment of the Seven Years War,
- OaL: 38.2 in/97 cm
- Width: 4.3 in/11 cm
Quebec, Canada, ca. 1740-1763, housed at the Canadian War Museum.
OP that’s a baskethilt sword, not a claymore
Correct, it is a basket-hilted sword, specifically a broadsword, since it has two edges. Also known as a claymore in 18th/19th century British literature.
Takouba, 19th Century Hilt with Older Blade
North Africa, Wide, European, double-edged blade with round tip, of hexagonal section. First part with iron reinforcement, with a stamp. Brass, cross-quillon, engraved and pierced, iron pommel, shaped as Brazil nut, chiselled in the upper part. Leather-covered grip. Leather scabbard, decorated with geometrical imprints, brass mounts, decorated en suite with the quillon. Three suspension laces. Scarce. length 89.5 cm.
The River Witham Sword
A 13th century sword of German origin, this sword was found in the River Witham, England in 1825. The meaning of the inscription on the blade is unknown and debated among scholars. It is currently housed at the British Musem
Medieval sword with silver inlaid guard and pommel, circa 1100 – 1250 AD.
from The Finnish National Museum
Sudanese Kaskara, 19th Century