This is a brief video on how to use the oldswords.com website to perform a basic search to identify a sword. It is not an general identification video. OldSwords.com is a website containing thousands of swords with hundreds of thousands of images. It also contains a vast library of reference materials relating to swords and sword makers with functionality to assist in their identifcation and dating. OldSwords.com does not provide valuations. To use old swords it requires a annual subscription of $10 USD or £7 GBP. We also have a 'for sale' section that acts as a searchable 'marketplace' for collectors and dealers.
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How to Identify a Confederate Civil War Sword from Georgia. The "Civil War" Guru will do FREE appraisals, and Identification, email any questions to email@example.com
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How to Identify a Boyle and Gamble Confederate Sword. If you have any questions or would like an appraisal, contact Steve directly at email@example.com
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How to tell the difference between a Foot Officer's Sword and Staff & Field Officer's Sword. If you have any questions please contact Steve directly at firstname.lastname@example.org visit: http://www.civilwarnmore.com
Apologies for the video quality on this one. Cutting book: https://www.amazon.com/Cutting-Medieval-Sword-Theory-Application/dp/1979910979/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1515003007&sr=8-2&keywords=cutting+with+the+medieval+sword Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/historicalfencing/ Forged In Fire - Cutting Gone Wrong! Doug Marcaida and using a two-handed sword to try and cut through a pig carcass.
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