Handmade medieval wrought iron 2-light lamp. 35 cm tall.
Handmade medieval wrought iron 1-light lamp. 40 cm tall.
The ax known as Crow´s Peak used by the cavalry in southern Germany, was a 50 to 80 cm short weapon, which used to have a wooden handle. Its armed head was formed by a long, curved beak, which gave it its name, and an ax blade, lighter than normal.
German ax 11th century, 80 cm long
Hacha Vikinga de Valkiria. Mango de madera decorada con un trenzado. Medida largo 71 cm. Peso 1,380 kg.
Arms ax of the French infantry, it was a short weapon between 50 and 80 cm, which used to have a wooden handle. Its armed head was formed by a vertical blade, and an ax blade, lighter than normal.
It was a Spanish coin of 100 escudos of gold issued in 1609 under the reign of Felipe III, it was also minted under the reigns of Felipe IV and Carlos II, it has a weight of 359 grams of gold
Hacha Vikinga, Escandinavia S VIII. Mango de madera. Medidas 87 cm de largo. Peso 2,720 kg.
Sword of the legendary Julius Caesar, from the Roman era of the 1st century BC
Sword of templar knight used in crusades of the eleventh century. Ideal for collectors and recreationists given its impressive quality
The Royals of a 8 had a nominal value of 8 reales in Spain; often the coins were physically cut into eight pieces, or sometimes into four quarters to achieve a smaller change
German halberd of the 11th century