Weapons 1000-1600 AD



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AA0201 Sword of Henry V. of England, Training sword

AA0201 Sword of Henry V. of England, Training sword

Sword of Henry V. of England, Training sword The original of this sword was found above the grave of one of the greatest warlords of England: Henry V (1387-1422). The sword’s blade is made of high-quality carbon steel and is forged through to the pommel and riveted to it. The sword’s point and the sharp side are off-rounded. The guard and the pommel are hand-forged of steel. The sword will be delivered without a scabbard. Battle-ready Sword...
£102.00

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AA02R German Long Knife w/ leather scabbard

AA02R German Long Knife w/ leather scabbard

German Long Knife, ca. 1510 A.D. This long knife is modelled on a well-preserved original piece which belonged to the private collection of the crown prince Ernst August of Hanover. The forged guard is S-shaped curved and features a large parrying ring on the obverse side. The sturdy tang is riveted to the solidly forged steel pommel. The hardwood grip plates are held in place by seven iron ball-head rivets. The blade's upper half is adorned...
£174.00

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AA0500 Italian Rapier with curved guard, 16th Century

AA0500 Italian Rapier with curved guard, 16th Century

Italian Rapier, 16th Century This is a very beautiful replica of an Italian rapier with curved hilt from the 16th Century. With the end of the Middle Ages the blades became longer and smaller because the combat techniques changed. The common sword has now been replaced by the more elegant rapier. During the Renaissance the wearing of a rapier has also been a gentleman’s status symbol. Higher nobles like counts or barons wore longer blades, lower...
£114.00

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AA06B Falchion with leather scabbard, practical blunt, SK-B

AA06B Falchion with leather scabbard, practical blunt, SK-B

£120.00

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