Small sword

Collection by Dux Sarmatarum

89 
Pins
 • 
47 
Followers
Dux Sarmatarum
How to make a rapier using a wooden dowel, cardboard, and other bits & pieces.<< I will use this for my lucy cosplay Cosplay Weapons, Cosplay Armor, Cosplay Diy, Cosplay Ideas, Link Cosplay, Costume Tutorial, Cosplay Tutorial, Diy Costumes, Cosplay Costumes

How I made my Rondo, Megurine Luka’s Rapier

Hi guys, I’m here with a simple blog entry to share with you guys how I made my rapier for Megurine Luka’s outfit in the song “Rondo of the Sun &…

 This tutorial is interesting, : fencing jacket patterns. This tutorial is interesting, Clothing Patterns, Sewing Patterns, Vogue Patterns, Vintage Patterns, Vintage Sewing, Larp, Sewing Hacks, Sewing Tutorials, Trommler

Sewing a doublet

A resource for historic arms and armor collectors with photo galleries, reviews, reference materials, discussion forums, a bookstore and a comparison tool.

armthearmour: “Unfortunately I don’t know where this is housed, but it’s too weird for me not to post. A Smallsword with a folding guard and folding thumb ring, France, ca. Small Sword, Neck Bones, Sword Design, Dagger Knife, Medieval Weapons, Swords And Daggers, Arm Armor, Fantasy Weapons, Rare Antique

A rare officer's sword with unusual mounts and decorations. provenance: France dating: 18th Century.

Smallsword with Scabbard Master GG (French, active Paris, ca. Date: hallmarked Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Renaissance, Small Sword, Shield Maiden, Knight In Shining Armor, Arm Armor, Rare Antique, Metropolitan Museum

Master GG | Smallsword with Scabbard | French, Paris | The Met

Marking: Stamped on the various parts of the hilt and scabbard mounts, Paris hallmarks used during the tenure of tax collector (fermier) Julien Alaterre (1768–74): a crowned K (warden's mark or date-letter used during the period July 16, 1773–July 15, 1774); a flower cluster mark (charge mark); a helmeted head (discharge mark); and an unidentified maker's mark, the letters GG separated by a sword, point upward surmounted by a crown, with a dot (grain de remède) above each letter