Armes et armures

Les armes offensives et défensives anciennes du monde
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Fish Revolver - Model 009, Abdullahi
two different types of knifes are shown in this image, one with an ornate design on it
Kudi Tranchang (or Kudi Rancang, Kudi Trantang)
a knife that is sitting on top of a metal object with holes in the middle
Halberd | Swedish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Halberd | Swedish | The Met Date:early 16th century Culture:Swedish Medium:Steel, wood Dimensions:L. 90 in. (228.7 cm); L. of head 12 in. (30.6 cm); W. 6 3/8 in. (16.3 cm); Wt. 3 lbs. 4 oz. (1474.2 g) Classification:Shafted Weapons Credit Line:Gift of William H. Riggs, 1913 Accession Number:14.25.69
Axe Germany, 1570-1580 Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden Dresden, Middle Ages, 14th Century, Medieval Times, Antique Collection
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Axe Germany, 1570-1580 Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden
two old axes are next to each other on a black background and one has an ornate design
Arm the Armour: Photo
two different types of metal items on display with one holding a knife and the other pointing at it
Ladies and Gentlemen:
rosebiar: TABAR, Battle Axe with dagger: 19th century Northern India Steel, copper, brass.
two different types of axes with wooden handles and blades, one has an ornate design on the blade
Indian (North) tabar (axe), haft with capped end finial and six small applied metal rosettes on each side; the head with beautiful and elaborate applied floral koftgari in etched silver on either side at the cheek, a spike rising above the eye. Some minor oxidation. A beautiful and exceptionally fine example, 19th century or earlier.
two different types of tools are shown side by side, one with an iron blade and the other with wood handle
Indian (southern) tabar (axe), 18th century, the wooden haft has a steel tang running 3/4 of the way down, pinned by four rivets. This is a good indication that it was made for serious use. The axe head is brass, with chiseled and dot punched decoration. There is red pigment within the decoration. The forged steel blade, which sits against the brass head, shows a temper line running along the edge. Again another indication of being constructed for battle! L.58cm.