In excavated condition, with broad slightly tapering blade with shallow central fuller extending from the tang over three-quarters of its length on both sides, hilt comprising slightly up-bent quillons of tapering rectangular section widening towards the tips, flat tapering tang, and wheel pommel with chamfered edges, the chape of arched form scrolled in at the top on each side (2)
98.9 cm. blade, 114.9 cm. overall
For related swords see Ewart Oakeshott, Records Of The Medieval Sword, 1991, pp. 68 and 69, XII.4, V and VI. For another example formerly in the Von Schultess Collection, Zurich and sold in these Rooms see Antique Arms & Armour ..., 24 April 2013, lot 186.
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