Probably Passau, 2nd half of the 14th century. Double-edged blade with shallow fullers on both sides, and a brass-inlaid mark of the Passau wolf on one side of the blade, the opposite side bearing a unicorn. Straight quillons, vertically tapering and widening horizontally towards the ends. Sturdy tang, parts of the original grip preserved. Disk pommel with bevelled edges, tapering towards the top.
Length 118 cm
See also this extract from Ewart Oakeshott's Records of the Medieval Sword: sword-site.com/thread/167/oakeshott-type-records-medieval-sword
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