Editor's Note: Below translated by Google from the original French.
Sword Knight, probably to England from 1350 to 1400. In Excavated condition find a river, with broad double edged blade tapering to a point and cut very short with a fuller running over the lower two-thirds of icts [symbols?] length on both Sides, crosspiece of rectangular section, and bronze wheel pommel capped by an iron pyramid button.
W. 98.4 cm - L. blade: 81.2 cm - W: 16.1 cm.
Literature: OAKESHOTT, Ewart, Records of the Medieval Sword, 1991, p.66, Type XII.1 pommel H. Oakeshott Type Gives this sword as a recent river find All which he factotum believes to-have-been in England circa 1970-1972; Given the sword aussi have beens HAVING offert for sale at Christie's in 1972.