Lot 1414 - A194 Arms & Armour Col. Sigrist - Thursday, 24. September 2020, 05.00 PM

TWO-HANDED SWORD

German, ca. 1600. So-called "Flamberg".
Iron hilt, large pommel, 6 deep decorative grooves and simple decoration. Square quillon, featuring a pair of decorative elements welded on at the sides. Leather-covered wooden grip, old restoration. Double-edged blade. Flame-bladed edges.
Blade L 123.8 cm. L 171.2 cm. C: 1-2

Provenance:
- Collection M. Sigrist, Lucerne.

Flame-bladed sword, equipped with an excellent blade, for use as a parade- and ceremonial weapon.
Cf. Schneider, Griffwaffen I, 1980, p. 86, Nos. 156-158; A.R.Dufty, European Swords and Daggers in the Tower, 1974, plate 7 b and c. H.Tanner, Flammberg-Schwerter, Herisau, pp. 30/31.

CHF 4 000 / 5 000

€ 3 510 / 4 390

Sold for CHF 5 625 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.