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2000 - Weapons/Armor

Chainmaille-making supplies.
^topEarly 2000
Chainmaille-making supplies.

Here's my first set of armor... 48 lbs of chainmail plus a helmet, on a hardwood stand. Behind it is my first sword. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
Here's my first set of armor... 48 lbs of chainmail plus a helmet, on a hardwood stand. Behind it is my first sword.

(Click for larger view)

Here you can see the top of the floor-rack, plus the two wall-racksabove it, going all the way to the cieling. These two wall rackshold 14 total, though in this shot I have a zulu short-spear andtwo bokken as place-holders, and another slot free. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
Here you can see the top of the floor-rack, plus the two wall-racks above it, going all the way to the cieling. These two wall racks hold 14 total, though in this shot I have a zulu short-spear and two bokken as place-holders, and another slot free.

(Click for larger view)

This is my primary sword rack.. it's free-standing, and I have the wall-hanging racks mounted above it on the wall. This one contains6 swords plus a sword-cane in this shot, with one slot free. My antique bolo is hanging down the back of it. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
This is my primary sword rack.. it's free-standing, and I have the wall-hanging racks mounted above it on the wall. This one contains 6 swords plus a sword-cane in this shot, with one slot free. My antique bolo is hanging down the back of it.

(Click for larger view)

This corner houses the "I have no idea where to put these" items.Here I have two staves, a long spear with an extra pole, 2 harpoons,a bardiche (sparth axe), a 5' scythe, and a flamberge that stands about five and a half feet tall. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
This corner houses the "I have no idea where to put these" items. Here I have two staves, a long spear with an extra pole, 2 harpoons, a bardiche (sparth axe), a 5' scythe, and a flamberge that stands about five and a half feet tall.

(Click for larger view)

My bookcases are decorated with a few nice pieces here, includingmy Art Gladius Excalibur, Shinto Katana, and english-stylehalberd. On the small bookcase, there is also a light-saber. :) (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
My bookcases are decorated with a few nice pieces here, including my Art Gladius Excalibur, Shinto Katana, and english-style halberd. On the small bookcase, there is also a light-saber. :)

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A gothic flanged mace. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
A gothic flanged mace.

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A matched set of cheap display-only aluminum-bladed katanas (or rather, a katana and matching wakizashi). (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
A matched set of cheap display-only aluminum-bladed katanas (or rather, a katana and matching wakizashi).

(Click for larger view)

Here you can see my claymore, and two of my display katanas. The nicerof they two has its own (badly damaged) plexiglass case. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
Here you can see my claymore, and two of my display katanas. The nicer of they two has its own (badly damaged) plexiglass case.

(Click for larger view)

This is one of my nicer aqcuisitions, made by Dagger Dan Heinecke, from the MD RenFest. A very finely crafted piece! (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
This is one of my nicer aqcuisitions, made by Dagger Dan Heinecke, from the MD RenFest. A very finely crafted piece!

(Click for larger view)

I decided to finally get around to taking pictures of some of my swords, and what better place to begin? On the right, you see one hanging byitself.. this was my very first sword, and I got it at an antique shopfor $20 many years ago. The two crossed swords are inexpensive displayswords. You also get to see my neat little candle sconces and banners. (Click for larger view)
^topJuly 4, 2000
I decided to finally get around to taking pictures of some of my swords, and what better place to begin? On the right, you see one hanging by itself.. this was my very first sword, and I got it at an antique shop for $20 many years ago. The two crossed swords are inexpensive display swords. You also get to see my neat little candle sconces and banners.

(Click for larger view)

Here's my 5.5' flamberge.. It comes up to the bridge of my nosewhen stood on end.
^topSept 3, 2000
Here's my 5.5' flamberge.. It comes up to the bridge of my nose when stood on end.

I decided to take some shots of a few of the weapons you couldn'tsee well in the "miscellaneous corner" in the last batch of pictures.Besides, I added a new one. :) From left to right, arranged by length (all with their edges facing right) we have the Bardiche (or rather, Sparth Axe, as a "true" bardiche has a larger longer blade. 5'), English-style Halberd (6.5'), Lugged Spear (8'4"), and Sickle Spear (8'10").
^topSept 3, 2000
I decided to take some shots of a few of the weapons you couldn't see well in the "miscellaneous corner" in the last batch of pictures. Besides, I added a new one. :)

From left to right, arranged by length (all with their edges facing right) we have the Bardiche (or rather, Sparth Axe, as a "true" bardiche has a larger longer blade. 5'), English-style Halberd (6.5'), Lugged Spear (8'4"), and Sickle Spear (8'10").

Here's my home security system. Meet one of my 12-gauge Mossbergs, the Beretta 9mm, and a .40cal SigSauer.Mossberg 12g shown before and after making it scary. :) (<A href="http://ed.toton.org/guncontrol.html">My views on Gun Control</A>)

Here's my home security system. Meet one of my 12-gauge Mossbergs, the Beretta 9mm, and a .40cal SigSauer.Mossberg 12g shown before and after making it scary. :) (<A href="http://ed.toton.org/guncontrol.html">My views on Gun Control</A>)

^topSept 28, 2000
Here's my home security system. Meet one of my 12-gauge Mossbergs, the Beretta 9mm, and a .40cal SigSauer. Mossberg 12g shown before and after making it scary. :)

(My views on Gun Control)

Closing day at MDRF- "The Day of Wrong". Here we see Sir Ted de Bear, or ratherBones (me) wearing the surcoat of the Order of Saint Theodore... Muahaha!!!
^topOct 22, 2000
Closing day at MDRF- "The Day of Wrong". Here we see Sir Ted de Bear, or rather Bones (me) wearing the surcoat of the Order of Saint Theodore... Muahaha!!!

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