Oakeshott Type XVIII - XVIIIc Swords

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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII - XVIIIc as Defined by Ewart Oakeshott
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIb w/ Hollow Pommel
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIc w/ G Type Pommel & Type 9 Cross Guard
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIc Medieval Sword w/ Scent Stopper Pommel
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIa Sword Probably Central European
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII Medieval Sword w/Remains of Locket
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII Medieval Hollow Ground Sword
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII French Knightly Medieval Sword
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIb Late Medieval / Renaissance Sword
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII Renaissance Sword from the 16th Century
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIa Renaissance Era Sword w/ Complex Hilt
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott XVIIIa Renaissance Sword / Transitional Schiavona
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Transitional Type XVIIIb to Type XIX Sword
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Italian Oakeshott Type XVIII Renaissance Sword w/ "S" Guard
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII Medieval Sword from Isle of Rhodes
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIII Medieval / Early Renaissance Sword
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIa Medieval Sword Circa 1350 - 1400 A.D.
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Oakeshott Type XVIIIc Alexandria Arsenal Late Medieval Sword
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Oakeshott Type XVIII - XVIIIc Swords
Type XVIII describes a single hander type with a diamond cross section but unlike Type XV's these swords have a stepped profile near the tip like an obelisk. XVIIIa with a short fuller. XVIIIb with a two hander grip. XVIIIc hand and a half. Please note that Ewart Oakeshott does not provide historical examples of the of XVIIIb nor XVIIIc in his 'Records of the Medieval Sword'.
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