The Huge Armory of Richard Zschille

The Huge Armory of Richard Zschille

 

Vol I and II

 

pages: 334

ISBN: 978-3-750208-55-1

format: paperback

language: English

publication date: 28.09.2019

 

by Robert Forrer (author)

231 plates of over 1200 weapons

 

keywords: armory, sword, knight, Landsknecht, armor, helmet, middle ages

The extraordinary and world-famous collection of weapons of Richard Zschille is presented in this book. Zschille's passion for collecting mainly focused on European weapons and defensive arms. He was one of the greatest collectors in Europe. Zschille bought dozens of swords and helmets from antiquity and the Middle Ages in the 19th century across Europe. Valuable are his collections of plate armors and swords as well as polearms, shields, crossbows, firearms, chainmail armors, bridles, chanfrons, primers and much more; more than 1200 objects are presented!
This book contains a compilation of his entire collection of weapons that no longer exists. After his death, his weapons were auctioned and sold worldwide. This work is an invaluable witness of European weapons development and an absolute must-have for every historian, collector and gun enthusiast.
All hand-edited historical photos are with explanatory notes from the swiss archaeologist Robert Forrer.







Table of content

 

1. Early Greek bronze helmet
2. Greek bronze helmet
3. Greek bronze helmet
4. Roman bronze helmet
5. Roman bronze helmet
6. Early Roman bronze
7. Late Italic bronze
8. Bronze helmet
9. Late Italic bronze helmet
10. Late Italic bronze helmet
11. Late Italic bronze helmet
12. Germanic bronze helmet
13. Late Italic bronze helmet
14. Spiral helmet
15. Bascinet
16. Massive Greek Hoplite helmet
17. Bascinet
18. Bascinet
19. Bascinet
20. Schempart helmet
21. Armet
22. Armet
23. Visor
24. Armet
25. Bascinet
26. Tournament helmet
17a. Bascinet
27. Brain helmet
28. Early Gothic sallet
29 and 31. Iron helmets
30. Jousting helmet
32. French sallet
33. Gothic sallet
34. Bascinet
35. Sallet
36. Italian sallet for crossbowmen
37. Gothic sallet
38. Chapels de Fer
39. Chapels de Fer
40. Chapels de Fer
41. Chapels de Fer
42. Framework
43. Lansquenet helmet
44. Lansquenet or hunting helmet
45. Italian Chapels de Fer
46. Hunting helmet
47. Lansquenet helmet
48. Armet
49. Richly etched armet
50. Armet
51. Blackened armet
52. Burgundy helmet
53. Richly etched Burgundy cabasset
54. Armet
55. Gilded and etched armet
56. Death´s Head Burgonet
57. Schempart (jester) helmet
58. Burgundy Burgonet
59. Burgundy Burgonet
60. Venetian Burgonet
61. Morion
62. Cabasset
63. Morion-Cabasset
64. Morion
65. Morion
66. Venetian Morion-Cabasset
67. Morion-Cabasset
68. Morion
69. Pomp helmet
70 and 70a. Magnificent helmet
71 and 71a. Burgundy pompous helmet
72 and 72a. Italian Morion-Cabasset
73 and 73a. Leather Cabasset
74. Bevor (helmet) for the tournament
75. Manteau d‘Armes
76. Elbow guard
77. Gauntlets
78. Half bevor (helmet)
79. Shoulder cop
80. Spanish elbow guard
81. Etched vamplate for tournament lances
82. Small bevor
83. Shoulder guard
84. Reinforcement piece
85. Hand guard
86. Iron hand
87. Arm shield
88. Fist shield
89. Fist shield
90. Wooden fist shield
91 and 92. Joust herald pole
93. Equestrian shield
94. Italian tournament shield
95. Gothic wooden shield
96. Nuremberg shield
97 and 97a Shield of the 15th century
98 and 98a. Huge shield
99. Round shield
100. Light round shield
101. Oval pompous shield
102. French round wooden shield
103. Round shield
104. Round shield
105. Equestrian shield
106. Gothic fist shield of the 15th century
107. Renaissance saddle
108. Frame of a horse head
109. Gothic saddle
110. Saddle dress plate
111. Horse muzzle
112. Horse throat guard
113. Dog muzzle
114. Horse brush
115. Iron saddle
116. Saddle
117. Half chanfron
118. Fluted chanfron
119. Saddle of the 17th century
120. Wooden saddle
121. Gothic chanfron
122. Heavy Gothic chanfron
123. Bridle of the 17th century
124. Bridle of Louis XIV.
125. Renaissance iron snaffle bit
126. Saxon snaffle bit
127. Saxon snaffle bit
128. Snaffle bit
129. Snaffle bit
130. Gothic chainmail armor
131. Gothic chainmail armor jacket of the 15th century
132. Gothic chainmail armor of the 15th century
133. Bishop‘s Mantle
134. Chainmail armor jacket
135. Double-ring chainmail armor
136 and 136a. Gothic joust armor
137 and 137a. German Gothic joust armor
138 and 138a. Tournament shield
139 and 139a. Gothic armor
140 and 140a. Gothic armor
141. Two Gothic gauntlets
142 and 142a. Gothic armor
143 and 143a. Gothic armor
144 and 144a. Gothic armor
145 and 145a. German Gothic joust armor
146 and 146a. Equestrian armor
147. Gothic breastplate
148. Lansquenet breastplate
149. Gothic breastplate
150. Scale armor
151. Gauntlet
152. Gauntlet
153. Shifted gauntlets
154. Etched back of a Spanish pomp armor
155 and 155a. Fluted Maximilians equestrian armor
156 and 156a. Fluted Maximilians equestrian armor
157 and 157a. Fluted Lansquenet armor
158 and 158a. Lansquenet armor around 1520
159 and 159a. Lansquenet armor
160 and 160a. Italian half-armor
161 and 161a. Knight armor with armet
162 and 162a. Saxon pomp armor with rich etchings and the date 1531
165 and 165a. Pomp armor from the middle of the 16th century
166. Spanish pomp shield from the second half of the 16th century
167 and 167a. Heavy armor with armet
168 and 168a. Pomp armor from the second half of the 16th century
169 and 169a. French half-armor from the second half of the 16th century
170. French brigantine
171. Half-armor from the second half of the 16th century
172 and 172a. Heavy iron jerkin
173 and 173a. Pierced iron jerkin
174 and 174a. Cavalier armor from the middle of the 16th century
177. Fluted Maximilian‘s armor of 1510
178. Cavalry armor
179. Cavalry armor
180. Cavalry armor
181. Cavalry armor
182. Cavalry armor
183. Armor with ribbed edges
184. Cavalry armor from the middle of the 16th century
185. Armor
186. Cavalry armor
187. Armor
188. Armor of the late 16th century
189 and 189a. Armor from the second half of the 16th century
190. Half-armor
191. Half-armor with Burgundy helmet
192. Half-armor from the first half of the 16th century
193. Black half-armor
194. Half-armor in black and white
195. Half-armor from the middle of the 16th century
196. Lansquenet with a large drum
197 and 197a. Lansquenet armor
198. Cavalry armor around 1600
199. Half-armor from the end of the 16th century with Burgundy helmet
200. Cavalry armor of a Pappenheimer Cuirassier
201 and 201a. Pappenheim cavalry armor
202. Bronze sword
203. Bronze sword
204. Bronze sword
205. Bronze sword
206. Bronze sword
207. Bronze sword
208. Bronze sword
209. Bronze sword
210. Bronze sword
211. Bronze sword
212. Bronze sword
213. Iron sword (Falcata)
214. Sword like No. 213
215. Hallstatt sword
216. La Tène sword
217. La Tène sword
218. Roman Gladius
219. Franconian Spatha
220. Franconian Spatha
221. Franconian Spatha
222. Franconian Spatha
223. Franconian Spatha
224. Merovingian Spatha
225. Carolingian sword
226. Single-edged Gothic short sword
227. The end of the scabbard
228. Carolingian sword
229. Early Carolingian sword
230. Romanesque sword of the 10th century
231. Romanesque sword of the 10th century
232. Romanesque sword of the 12th century
233. Romanesque sword from the end of the 12th century
234. Romanesque sword of 155 cm length. Early 13th century
235. Romanesque sword from the second half of the 13th century
236. Early Gothic sword from Gotland
237. Romanesque sword of the 13th century
238. Gothic sword from the end of the 14th century
239. Gothic sword of the 14th century
240. Gothic sword from the end of the 14th century
241. Early Gothic sword
242. Gothic sword
243. Romanesque sword
244. Gothic armor-piercing sword
245. Gothic sword
246. Early Gothic sword
247. Gothic sword
248. Gothic sword
249. Early Gothic sword
250. Gothic sword
251. Gothic sword
252. Gothic sword
253. One-sided Gothic sword
254. French Gothic sword
255. Gothic sword
256. Gothic German Knights sword, ca. 1500
257. Italian Gothic sword
258. Gothic pomp sword
259. Gothic sword
260. Gothic sword
261. Gothic sword
262. Gothic sword
263. Gothic armor-piercing sword
264. Gothic sword, circa 1500
265. Gothic fencing sword
266. Large Gothic sword
267. Gothic sword
268. Gothic sword
269. Gothic armor-piercing sword, ca. 1500
270. Gothic sword of the late 15th century
271. Gothic sword of the 15th century
272. Gothic executioner´s sword of the 15th century
273. Gothic sword
274. Gothic sword
275. Gothic sword
276. Gothic sword
277. Gothic sword
278. Lansquenet short sword around 1500
279. Gothic sword
280. Gothic sword
281. Single-edged sword, around 1500
282. Single-sided sword, around 1500
283. Gothic hunting sword, around 1500
284. Gothic sword from the end of the 15th century
285 Gothic sword, around 1500
286. Gothic saber sword
287. German equestrian sword
288. Gothic hunting sword
289. Gothic sword
290. Equestrian sword
291. Gothic sword
292. Gothic sword
293. Gothic sword
294. Early Romanesque sword of the 12th century
295. Lansquenet sword from the beginning of the 16th century
296. Saber sword
297. Two-handed sword
298. Sword from the middle of the 16th century
299. Huge sword around 1500
300. Two-handed sword
301. Pilgrim‘s bar
302. Two-handed sword
303. Flamberge (flame-bladed sword)
304. Large two-handed sword
305. Flamberge from Meiningen, Germany
306. Spanish pilgrim‘s bar from the second half of the 16th century
307. Battle axe with a jumping blade
308. Flamberge
309. Flamberge
310. Silesian Flamberge
311. Linstock
312. Italian runka
313. Equestrian sword
314. Equestrian sword
315. Watered equestrian sword
316. Hunting sword
317. Hunting sword
318. Saw-sword
319. Sword from the first half of the 16th century
320. Equestrian sword from the first half of the 16th century
321. Equestrian sword from the first half of the 16th century
322. Italian equestrian sword from the first half of the 16th century
323. Armor-piercing sword
324. Gothic sword
325. Equestrian sword
326. Equestrian sword
327. Sword
328. Gothic Falchion sword
329. Cinquedea
330. Italian Cinquedea
331. Large French Cinquedea
332. Italian short sword
333. Cinquedea from the beginning of the 14th century
334. Italian short sword
335. Saber sword
336. Lansquenet
337. Swiss Lansquenet sword
338. Lansquenet sword
339. Lansquenet sword
340. Lansquenet sword
341. Lansquenet sword
342. Equestrian sword
343. Equestrian sword
344. Equestrian sword
345. Equestrian sword
346. Equestrian sword
347. Sword
348. Fencing sword for the tournament
349. Hunting sword
350. Equestrian rapier
351. Equestrian sword
352. French sword
353. Swiss equestrian sword
354. Equestrian rapier
355. Equestrian sword
356. Equestrian sword
357. Hunting sword
358. Pomp sword
359. Pomp sword
360. Ceremonial sword
361. Equestrian sword
362. Hunting sword
363. Calendar blade
364. Ceremonial sword
365. Ceremonial sword
366. Ceremonial sword
367. Ceremonial sword
368. Italian ceremonial sword
369. Pomp sword
370. Ceremonial sword
371. Ceremonial sword
372. Italian pomp sword
373. Ceremonial sword
374. Rapier
375. Basket-hilted sword
376. Spanish rapier
377. Basket-hilted sword
378. Ceremonial sword
379. Rapier
380. Italian hunting single-edged sword
381. Italian schiavona from the second half of the 16th century
382. Equestrian saber from the second half of the 16th century
383. Equestrian saber
384. Huge Tyrolean equestrian sword
385. Equestrian saber
386. Equestrian saber
387. Schiavona
388 and 388a. Detail view of the Cinquedea (see No. 330)
389. Detail view of the sword No. 258
390. Detail view of the scabbard No. 330
391. Detail view of the sword No. 304
392. Detail view of the sword No. 360
393. Detail view of the sword No. 366
394 and 394a. Detail view of the sword No. 362
395 and 395a. Detail view of the sword No. 332
396. Detail view of the sword No. 364
397. Detail view of the sword No. 365
398. Detail view of the sword No. 368
399. Detail view of the sword No. 369
400. Detail view of the sword No. 371
401. Detail view of the sword No. 370
402. Detail view of the sword No. 361
403. Detail view of the sword No. 372
404. Detail view of the sword No. 367
405 and 406. Detail view of sword No. 358 and 359
407. Detail view of sword No. 287
408. Bronze short sword
409. Bronze scabbard
410. Bronze dagger blade
411. Bronze dagger
412. Bronze dagger
413. Bronze dagger
414. Bronze scabbard
415. Bronze dagger
416. Bronze dagger
417. Bronze dagger
418. Bronze short sword
419. Bronze dagger blade
420. Bronze dagger blade
421. Bronze dagger blade
422. Bronze dagger blade
423. Short Franconian Scramasax
424. Franconian Scramasax
425. Franconian Scramasax
426. Scramasax
427. Lower part of a scabbard from La Téne Period
428. Old Italian knife
429. Old Italian knife
430. Iron dagger
431. Iron dagger
432. Franconian Scramasax
433. Franconian long Scramasax
434. Franconian lance
435. Franconian lance
436. Carolingian lance
437. Bronze mount with
438. Dagger of bone of the Stone Age
439. Stone chisel of flint
440. Part of an armor of La Téne
441a-e. Franconian shield humps
442. Roman iron dagger
443. Franconian iron dagger
444. Huge Italian dagger
445. Italian dagger blade
446. Romanic dagger
447. German Gothic dagger
448. Early Gothic dagger
449. Gothic dagger
450. Swiss Gothic dagger, 15th century
451. Gothic dagger of the 14th century
452. German Gothic dagger, “Gnadgott”
453. Gothic dagger of the 14th century
454. Gothic armor-piercing sword
455. Gothic dagger of the 15th century
456. Swiss Gothic dagger of the 14th century
457. Gothic dagger
458. Gothic dagger
459. Gothic dagger
460. Gothic dagger
461. Gothic dagger
462. Gothic dagger
463. Gothic dagger
464. Gothic dagger
465. Strasbourg Gothic dagger
466. Gothic armored dagger
467. Gothic dagger
468. Gothic dagger
469. Small Gothic dagger
470. Late Gothic dagger
471. Italian dagger
472. Italian dagger
473. Scabbard
474. Italian dagger
475. Italian dagger
476. Gothic dagger
477. Swiss dagger
478. Swiss dagger
479. Swiss dagger scabbard
480. Artillery dagger
481. French dagger
482. German Lansquenet dagger with scabbard
483. German Lansquenet dagger
484. Dagger
485. Pompous dagger
486. Dagger
487. Pomp dagger
488. Pomp dagger
489. Dagger from the middle of the 16th century
490. Dagger
491. Dagger
492. Dagger
493. Dagger
494. Dagger
495. Dagger
496. Gilded dagger
497. Dagger
498. Italian dagger
499. Italian dagger
500. French dagger
501. Dagger
502. Sicilian dagger
503. Dagger
504. Pomp dagger
505. Dagger
506. Dagger
507. Dagger
508. Italian Stiletto
509. Italian Stiletto
510. Italian Stiletto
511. German Stiletto
512. Stiletto
513. French Stiletto
514. Iron Stiletto
515. French Stiletto
516 and 516a. Italian Stiletto
517. Stiletto
518. Stiletto
519 and 519a. French ladies dagger
520. Spanish left-hand dagger
521. Italian dagger
522. Italian dagger
523. Stone axe
524. Stone axe
525. Stone axe
526. Stone axe
527. Stone axe
528. Stone arrowhead with shaft
529. Nine different forms of flint arrowheads from the Stone Age Period
530. Paleolithic flint axe
531. Flint lance
532. Flint dagger
533. Stone axe
534. Stone knife of flint
535. Stone axe
536. Polished flint axe
537. Polished flint axe
538. Hewn flint axe
539. Franconian boss
540. Franconian boss
541. Franconian boss
542. Franconian boss
543-546 Copper axe from Cyprus
547. Copper axe from Italy
548-557. Bronze axe from Italy
558. Decorated bronze hatchet
559. Decorated bronze hatchet
560. Decorated bronze axe
561. Decorated bronze axe
562. Bronze chisel
563. Bronze axe
564. Engraved bronze axe
565. Wooden shaft to a hatchet
566-568. Bronze axe
569. Bronze axe
570. Bronze axe
571. Bronze axe
572. Bronze axe
573. Bronze axe
574-576. Copper dagger blades
577. Copper hatchet
578. Merovingian Francisca
579. Bronze axe
580. Copper hatchet
581. Bronze axe
582. Bronze axe
583. Bronze buckles
584. Bronze axe
585. Bronze buckles
586. Bronze axe
587. Bronze buckles
588-596. Gothic foot axe, 14th century
597. Romanesque foot axe, 12th—13th century
598. Gothic foot axe, 14th century
599. Romanesque foot axe, 12th century
600. Romanesque foot axe, 12th century
601. Romanesque foot axe, 13th century
602. Gothic foot axe of the 14th century
603. Swiss foot axe
604. Gothic foot axe of the 14th—15th century
605-607. Gothic foot axe of the 14th century
608. Gothic heavy axe of the 15th century
609. Gothic foot axe of the 14th—15th century
610. Gothic foot axe of the 14th—15th century
611. Gothic double axe of the 14th—15th century
612-614. Gothic foot axe of 14th—15th century
615. Gothic Bardiche of the 14th century
616. Hatchet of the 16th century
617. Boarding axe
618. Frisian battle axe
619. Gothic battle axe
620. Gothic axe, analogy to No. 615. 14th century
621. Swedish axe of the 14th—15th century
622. Swedish battle axe, analogy No. 621
623. Heavy battle axe of the 16th century
624. Gothic axe
625. Gothic halberd of the 15th century
626. Early Gothic halberd (Sempach halberd), ca. 1400
627. Early halberd, around 1400
628. Swiss halberd from the middle of the 14th century
629. Swiss awl
630. Swiss halberd
631. Gothic awl pikes
632. French fauchard
633. Gothic halberd
634. Gothic halberd
635. Gothic halberd
636. Gothic halberd
637. Gothic halberd
638. Gothic halberd
639. Gothic halberd
640-644. Gothic halberds
645-653. Gothic halberds
654-663. Gothic halberds
664. Shield from the 15th century
665-672. Gothic halberds
673. Shield with St. George
674-676. Gothic halberds from the end of the 15th century
677. Gothic polearm
678. Halberd in axe shape
679 and 680. Halberds of abnormal forms, around 1500
681. Gothic shield of the 15th century
682. Lucerne hammer
683. Halberd of abnormal form
684-691. Lucerne hammers and halberds
692. French Gothic lance
693. Lucerne hammer
694. Gothic halberd
695. Peasant scythe
696. Peasant scythe
697. Swiss halberd
698. Saxon fauchard
699. Lucerne hammer
700. Carolingian boar spear, ca. 9th century
701. Fork, around 1500
702. Gothic sword blade, which was set on a wooden shaft
703. Pomp halberd
704. Pomp halberd
705. Pomp halberd
706. Pomp halberd
707. Pomp halberd
708. Salzburg pomp halberd
709. Pompous halberd
710. Pompous halberd
711. Etched pomp halberd
712. Pompous shield
713. French halberd
714. Pomp halberd
715. Pomp halberd
716. Italian pomp
717. Pierced and etched ceremonial halberd
718. Pomp halberd
719. Italian partizan
720. Pomp shield from the beginning of the 16th century
721. View of the back from No. 714
722. View of the back from No. 715
723. Pomp halberd with the Saxon coat of arms
724. Saxon pomp voulge
725. Saxon pomp halberd
726. Salzburg pomp halberd
727. Partisan
728. Italian ceremonial shield
729. Genoese pomp halberd
730. Genoese ceremonial halberd
731. Broad view of Saxon pomp halberd No. 723
732. Broad view of Saxon pomp halberd No. 724
733. Broad view of Saxon pomp halberd No. 725
734. Genoese ceremonial pierced partizan
735. Spanish ceremonial shield
736-744. Pierced halberds
745. Fauchard, around 1500
746-753. Bills of various forms
754. Couteaux de Breches of a guard
755. Couteaux de Breches of a guard
756. Pomp Couteaux de Breches from 1577
757. Partizan
758. Deep etched Italian partizan
759. Italian pomp fauchard
760. Partizan
761. Ceremonial partizan
762. Pomp fauchard
763. Pomp fauchard
764. Etched pomp partizan
765. Wooden shield
766-776. Rear views of the fauchards and partizans. No. 700-710
777. Iron shield, enlarged view of the shield No. 166
778—780. Halberds of abnormal forms, around 1600
781—783. Military forks of the 16th century
784—786. Halberds of abnormal form, around 1600
787. Gothic glaive of the 15th century
788. Burgundian lead hammer, 14th-century, called “plomier”
789. Battle shield
790. Scythe
791, 792. Bronze spearheads
793. Bronze spearhead
794. Egyptian bronze lamp
795. Cypriot bronze spearhead
796. Bronze spearhead of Capua
797. Bronze spearhead from Hungary
798. Bronze spearhead from Italy
799. Bronze spearhead from Italy
800. Bronze spearhead from Lyon
801. Bronze spearhead from Lyon
802. Large early Gothic iron spearhead
803. Large early Gothic spearhead
804 and 805. La Téne spearheads
806. Early Gothic spearhead
807. Early Gothic spearhead
808 and 809. Two spearheads
810. Gothic axe from the Rhine, 14th—15th century
811. Early Gothic spearhead
812-819. Old Prussian equestrian spearheads
820. Franconian iron spearhead
821-823. Three Franconian spearheads
824. Gothic spearhead
825. Franconian spearhead
826. Franconian Angon
827. Merovingian spearhead
828. Merovingian spearhead
829 and 830. Two La Téne spearheads
831 and 832. Two Carolingian spearheads
833. Roman pilum
834-836. Early medieval spearheads
837. Carolingian spearhead
838, 840. Merovingian Francisca
839. Merovingian hatchet
841, 842. Romanesque hatchet of the 12th—13th century
843. Early Gothic iron mace
844. Romanesque hatchet of the 12th—13th century
845. Hallstatt hatchet
846. Small iron hatchet
847. War axe of the La Téne Period
848. Early La Téne axe
849. Etched spear for hunt
850. Spear for bear hunting
851. Florentine hunting spear
852. Gothic hunting spear
853. Gothic hunting spear
854. Gothic hunting spear
855. Hunting spear
856. Hunting spear
857, 858. Hunting spears of the 16th century
859. Gothic hunting spear
860. Italian hunting spear
861. Carolingian spear
862. Gothic hunting spear
863. Huge bear spear
864. Bear spear
865. Austrian bill of the 15th century
866. Polearm of abnormal form
867. Abnormal polearm
868. Halberd from the end of the 15th century
869. Huge Gothic pike
870. Langues de Boeuf of a guard
871. Langues de Boeuf of a guard
872. Langues de Boeuf of a guard
873. Late Gothic Langues de Boeuf of a guard
874. Elongate Gothic knight‘s battle axe
875. Billhook
876. Bill
877. Gothic scythe of the 15th century
878. Gothic scythe
879. Bohemian Ear-Spoon
880-882. Bohemian Ear-Spoons around 1500
883. Scythe, probably a weapon from the peasant war of the 16th century
884. Gothic fauchard of the 15th century
885. Peasant scythe of the German Peasant War, 16th century
886. Double-edged saber-like polearm with hook
887. Targe
888. Runka, 16th century.
889. Gothic Chauves Souris of the 15th century
890. Spetum at 1500
891. Halberd in the form of a scythe from the middle of the 16th century
892. Polearm to catch evaders (in German “Menschenfänger”). 16th century
893. Fauchard of the 16th century
894. Korseke from the beginning of the 16th century
895. Military fork
896. Runka from the beginning of the 16th century
897-902. Korsekes in different forms, 15th—16th century
903, 904. Military forks of the 16th century
905. Military fork of the 15th century
906, 907. Italian hunting spears
908, 909. Italian spontoons
910. Runka
911. Pomp partizan
912, 913. Partizans of the end of the 16th century
914, 915. Two polearms of partizan style
916. Rich etched hunting spear
917. Etched hunting spear
918. Hunting
919-922. Swords for the hunt
923. Italian ceremonial and hunting lance
924. Etched hunting spear
925. Etched hunting spear
926. Nuremberg hunting spear
927-930. Holy Water Sprinkles of various forms
931, 932. Different peasant weapons
933. Military fork. The fork double-edged
934, 935. Flails of the 16th century
936. Prehistoric bronze mace head
937-949. Prehistoric spiked bronze rings of various shapes
950. Reconstruction of a bronze spiked mace
951. Romanesque mace with shaft, ca. 12th—13th century
952. Bronze mace with spikes
953. Bronze pommel of a mace
954. Old Italian spiked bronze ring
955. Old Italic mace head
956-963 Prehistoric Old Italian bow stretchers
964. Cavalry war hammer
965. Oriental iron mace
966. War hammer
967. Gothic mace
968. Renaissance mace
969. Renaissance mace
970. Richly cut mace
971. Gothic mace
972. Rich etched war hammer
973. Oriental mace
974. Cavalry war hammer
975. Gothic pierced mace
976. Left hand dagger
977. Gothic mace
978. Cavalry war hammer of the 16th century
979. Mace with dagger blade in the hollow shaft
980-982. Three Hungarian maces
983. Hungarian mace
984. Cavalry war hammer
985. Cavalry war hammer
986. Polearm with war hammer and pistol
987. Gothic war hammer
988. Spanish war hammer
989. Etched war hammer
990. Etched war axe of the 16th century
991, 992. War hammers from the first half of the 16th century
993. Lance with pistol at the lower end
994. Italian crossbowman of the 15th century
995. Three oriental arrows
996. Hand guard for archers
997. French hand guard
998. Bow from the 16th century
999. Crossbow
1000. Goat´s Foot Lever for the crossbow
1001. Windlass for crossbow
1002. Gothic crossbow
1003. Tyrolean crossbow of the 15th century
1004. Crossbow windlass
1005. Windlass crossbow
1006. Crossbow bolt
1007. Crossbow bolt
1008. Two crossbow bolts, 15th—16th century
1009-1012. Views of No. 1002, 1003, 1005, 1007 from the other side
1013. Gothic crossbow
1014. Gothic crossbow
1015. Gothic crossbow
1016-1018. Rear sides of crossbows No. 1013—1015
1019. Early Renaissance crossbow
1020. Crossbow of Duke Julius Heinrich von Braunschweig, 1589—1603
1021, 1022. Rear views of the No. 1019 and 1020
1023. Crossbow of the 16th century
1024. Crossbow
1025. Crossbow with windlass, dated 1556
1026. Five feathered crossbow bolts
1027. Five feathered crossbow bolts
1028, 1029. Crossbow of Elector August I of Saxony, 1553—1586
1030. Crossbow windlass
1031, 1032. Crossbow and windlass
1033. Swedish Arbalete a Jalet
1034. Spanish crossbow
1035. Goat´s Foot Lever
1036. Pellet crossbow and rifle
1037. Lightweight ebony slingshot
1038. Arbalete a Jalet
1039. Matchlock rifle of the 15th century
1040. Wheel lock rifle
1041. Wheel lock rifle
1042. Wheel lock rifle
1043. Small-bore wheel lock rifle
1044. Hunting rifle
1045. Wheel lock rifle
1046-1052. Other views of the rifles No. 1039-1045
1053. Forked rest
1054. Shaft for forked rest
1055-1060. Further views of No. 1041, 1042 and 1045
1061-1066. Further views of No. 1040, 1043 and 1044
1067. Double pistol
1068. Italian wheel lock pistol
1069. Wheel lock pistol
1070. Wheel lock pistol
1071. Wheel lock pistol
1072. Double pistol
1073. Commando scepter
1074. Three-barrel gun
1075. Nuremberg twin wheel lock pistol
1076. Wheel lock pistol
1077. Ramrod
1078. Rich etched double wheel lock pistol
1079. Rich wheel lock pistol
1080. Wheel lock pistol
1081-1094. Rear views of pistols No. 1067—1080
1095-1097. Detailed views of the parade guns No. 1078, 1068, 1070
1098-1100. Detailed views of the parade guns No. 1080, 1079, 1069
1101-1103. Detailed views of the parade guns No. 1069, 1079, 1080
1104-1106. Detailed views of the parade guns No. 1070, 1068, 1078
1107. Cavalry pistol with wheel lock
1108. Wheel lock pistol
1109. Cavalry iron war hammer
1110. Signal gun for firing flares
1111. Tinder
1112. Hunting bandoleer
1113. Silvery and gilded hunting horn
1114. French primer from the middle of the 16th century
1115. Gilded bronze primer
1116. Large iron primer
1117. Primer
1118. Embossed, engraved and gilded bronze with trophy “VIRTVS” on the front
1119. Wheel lock spanner
1120. Italian wheel lock spanner
1121. Wheel lock spanner
1122. Wheel lock spanner
1123-1130. Rear views of the No. 1115—1122
1131. Primer
1132. Primer
1133. Wooden primer
1134. Primer
1135. Primer
1136. Primer
1137. Primer
1138. Primer
1139. Primer
1140. Primer
1141. Primer
1142. Front view of the primer No. 1131
1143. Primer
1144. Primer
1145. Double bead sights
1146. Carved wooden primer
1147. Primer
1148. Primer
1149. Cartridge capsule
1150. Primer
1151. Primer
1152. Coconut primer
1153. Primer
1154. Primer
1155. Saxon cartridge belt
1156. Bandoleer with cartridges
1157, 1158. Dog collars
1159. Nuremberg Whip
1160. Hunting spearhead
1161. Two falcon bonnets
1162. Beaker for the hunt
1163. Nordic hunting horn
1164. Tournament trombone
1165. Hunting falcon
1166. Hunting cutlery
1167. Hunting knife
1168. Hunting bottle
1169. Hunting horn
1170. Hunting horn
1171. Hunting bag
1172. Leather bag
1173-1177. Rapier bandoleers
1178. War hammer
1179. Lucerne Holy Water Sprinkle
1180. War trumpet
1181. Old Italian bronze belt
1182. Roman bronze chain
1183-1185. Old Italian bronze discs
1186. Old Italian bronze greaves
1187-1189. Old Italian and Roman bronze warrior horns
1190. Bronze crown with iron tip
1191. Bronze frame
1192. Greek, Etruscan and Roman sling bullets
1193, 1201. Horn of the 11th—12th century
1194, 1202. Romanesque horn
1195, 1203. Romanesque horn
1196, 1204. Irish horn
1197, 1205. Horn
1194, 1206. Toy for falcons of the 17th century
1199, 1207. Bronze hunting horn
1200, 1208. Hunting horn


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