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Eric Fagny





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PostPosted: Mon 05 Oct, 2009 10:40 am    Post subject: Kunon von Liebenstein sword (teutonic commander)         Reply with quote










Based on Ettore Visconti sword (Museo del Duomo, Monza, Italy)


Reproduction of Kunon von Liebenstein sword, advocatus of Bration (+1391) at Nowa Marchia.
Brass funeral blade studied by Claude GAÏER (Armes et combat dans l'univers médiéval) & NOWAKOWSKI (Arms and Armour in the Medieval Teutonic Order).


Pommel identified as H1 type or a T variation by Nowakowski. But i consider Visconti pommel more appropriated.
Saint Georges shield as been taken as a teutonic cross. The snake of Visconti armories hasn't been reproduced.

Made by Viktor BERBEKUZK, Hungary.
Lenght : 115 cm
Weight : 1650 grammes
Reenactment sword for Fiore dei Liberi style of combat (without armour).
I also have the same in 117 cm / 2200 grammes for Liechtenauer style (in armour)
A little heavier one allows me to regain speed, mainly from high guards despite the discomfort of the armour.
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