Sword of Charles I of Spain and V of Germany

(b. Ghent, Flanders, 1500, d. Yuste, Extremadura, 1558) or 'late 16th century'
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Sales price: 194 €
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Description

 

This is a faithful reproduction of the sword in the Royal Armoury in Madrid.

Información Histórica:

"Dating from the second half of the 16th century, this is the only sword that the Emperor carried with him when he retired to the Monastery of Yuste."

Craftsmen Records:

The blade has four facets up to the point.

It has a forged hilt with two branches linked together to form a ring-guard with a bridge, and with one curved quillon and the other extending towards the pommel to form the knuckle-guard.

Spherical pommel.

Length: 107 cm

Weight: 1.130 g

 

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