Category: oakeshott institute

Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Saber (Trooper) – 3…

Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Saber (Trooper) – 3D model by The Oakeshott Institute (@oakeshott):

Click on the link and study the P1796 Light Cavalry Trooper’s Sword up close in 3D!

The Oakeshott Institute (@oakeshott)

The Oakeshott Institute (@oakeshott):

The Oakeshott Instutute, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the home of the collection of the late Ewart Oakeshott. Oakeshott is one of the most revered 20th century scholars of historical weapons. He is best known as the author of 

Records of the Medieval Sword and creating the Oakeshott Typology for Medieval swords. The Oakeshott Institute is slowly but surely creating 3D models of its collection to allow the public to view and study its artifacts in detail. 

Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Saber (Officer) – 3…

Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Saber (Officer) – 3D model by The Oakeshott Institute (@oakeshott):

Click on the link and study the P1796 Light Cavalry Officer’s Sword up close in 3D!