Looks like an Oakeshott Type XVII.
Dates it to around the late 14th and early 15th century.
Each one of these type of swords were two handed.
That's all I can give you.Never give up without giving a fight, fighting is an opportunity for victory.
Yes, they will almost certainly have the most info (assuming they still possess it). But without an inventory number or other identifying info, not to mention any language barriers, it might still be hard to get more info.
Does anyone even know where the photo in the myArmoury feature came from?
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