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A. Gallo





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PostPosted: Fri 11 Feb, 2011 6:17 pm    Post subject: Sword which substitutes the cross entirely with Parierhaken?         Reply with quote

Maybe a weird request, but is there such a beast?

I have a few Zweihanders with Parierhaken/parrying hooks integrated into the blade and I always wondered if there was ever a sword from this period that substituted the conventional cross entirely with Parierhaken:



I mean ANY examples, not confined to Zweihanders. Or did these always go along with a quite robust, conventional cross guard and ricasso?
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