Editor's Note: Bonhams Auction House have assigned this sword to Type XI however I believe the sword would be a good a fit for Type X as well.
First Half Of The 14th Century
In excavated condition, with broad tapering double-edged blade with wide central fuller along each side (partially patched with lead towards the point), hilt comprising straight quillons of circular section with trumpet-shaped terminals, heavy wheel pommel of copper-alloy with chamfered edge on each side, and original wooden grip-scales.
76 cm. blade
For similar swords see Ada Bruhn Hoffmeyer, Middelalderens Tveæggede Sværd, 1954, vol. II, pls. XIII (d), XIV (g) and XV (a-f); and R.E. Oakeshott, The Sword in the Age if Chivalry, 1965, pl. 28