Mandoble tipo "flamberge" - Sur de Alemania - C 1580
German two-hand Processional sword, partly early 17th century. With long blade of flattened diamond section with later wavy edges, a running wolf mark inlaid in latten on one side, long ricasso covered in leather over wooden fillets and formed with a pair of lugs each struck with a mark, later large iron hilt of flat bars, comprising a pair of drooping long quillons decorated with a series of projecting spirals and with concentric double ringguards inside and out, boldly segmented pommel…
Frost Claw by BryanSyme. I think Nightclaw or Ebonfang would fit better
Katzbalger, German, 1510 posted from https://darksword-armory.com
This sword famously appears in Ewart Oakeshott's "Records of the Medieval Sword" as a type XIIa. This is the first time I have seen it in color. Albion borrowed this pommel for their XIIIa Count sword.