Jukka Heikkinen

Jukka Heikkinen

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Detail of Medieval Royal Armouries Ms. I.33, illustration of a woman named Walpurgis training with a sword and buckler

Detail of Medieval Royal Armouries Ms. illustration of a woman named Walpurgis training with a sword and buckler

Viking shields. I think these are from the movie "Outlander". Not period- no cover. Shields without a canvas, leather, or rawhide cover shatter, as some of my friends quickly learned while trying to fight with some...

I think these are from the movie "Outlander". Not period- no cover. Shields without a canvas, leather, or rawhide cover shatter, as some of my friends quickly learned while trying to fight with some.

A rapier, manufactured in the mid-19th century by the technology of the old masters as a gift to one high-ranking person. Such exceptionally flexible rapiers were made in Toledo in the beginning of 17th century. They were sold in gun shops and coiled in a circle to show its flexible properties.

A rapier, manufactured in the century by the technology of the old masters as a gift to one high-ranking person. Such exceptionally flexible rapiers were made in Toledo in the beginning of century. They were sold in gun shops and coiled.

Detail of Medieval Royal Armouries Ms. I.33, illustration of a woman named Walpurgis training with a sword and buckler

Detail of Medieval Royal Armouries Ms. illustration of a woman named Walpurgis training with a sword and buckler

Italian Armor, c. 1400 and later

aswordfight: “ Armor, ca. 1400 and later Italian Steel, brass, textile H. 66 ½ in. cm) This armor was restored and assembled into its present form in about It is composed mostly of pieces from a unique hoard of armor discovered in

Polish hawkmaker, Paweł "paps" Surdel, Hawk  i would like it better if there was a slightly bigger undercut by the head so that you could choke up on it better.

Polish hawkmaker, Paweł "paps" Surdel, Hawk i would like it better if there was a slightly bigger undercut by the head so that you could choke up on it better.