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Celtic Swords- Love these things, the Celts knew what they were doing. Managed to beat back the Roman army a number of times with them.

Persian (Safavid) executioner’s cleaver, owned by the master Aziz the “butcher”, dated: 1176/1761.

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Partizans - Attributed to Jean Berain I (1640 - 1711). Dated: circa 1670 - 1680. Culture: French. Copyright © 2013 The Wallace Collection

Charlemagne's sword, the Louvre

Gold sword by Masahide HIRASAWA, Japan - I would give up my house for this sword.

Ulfberht Sword - An old legend has it that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht developed the first purest steel blade. This crucial development achieved near-mythical status among warriors, making this one of the most important swords in the study of medieval weapons. The Ulfberht sword was a quantum leap in both technology and design. Not only was the material better, but the design of the sword was a definite improvement. ♠ See more at…

This is so awesome! It makes me want to cry.

Saber, 19th century; Ottoman period Turkish Steel, gold, diamonds, emeralds, pearls