Battle Sword Jaime I. This is a broadsword 2 hand manufactured in Toledo (Spain) and stainless steel sheet prints.
William Wallace sword with scabbard. The replica of this sword is based on the film Braveheart. Braveheart is a winning movie five Academy Awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture, released in 1995. It is an epic film based on the life of William Wallace, a Scottish national hero.
Decorative German Flaming Sword 2 hands. Made with carbon steel blade and wooden handle. It is an exact replica of the one in the museum in the German city of Emden.
Sword for use with both hands, known as Charles V. mandoble quillon straight and forms a cross with his fist and the blade, which was used for before entering battle to kiss the cross (SEE VIDEO IN MORE DETAILS).Carlos I of Spain and V of Germany was known in his time as emperor and no king ever brought together under his command an immense empire. He...
It is one of the most spectacular swords in the history of Spain. This is the mythical sword with which Ferdinand and Isabella gentleman named Christopher Columbus, after returning from his first trip to America. In the throne room of the Royal Palace in Barcelona, Colón was named Admiral of the Ocean Em>YViceroy of India.This sword callceremonyIt...
Two-handed sword type Carlos V. Carlos I of Spain and V of Germany was known in his time as emperor and no king ever brought together under his command an immense empire. He inherited from his grandparents, the Catholic Monarchs: Spain, America, Naples and Sicily; Maximilian of Austria: Flanders and Austria, and in 1519 was crowned Roman Emperor, going to...
Sword for use with both hands, known as Charles V mandoble. Quillon straight and forms a cross with his fist and the blade, which was used for before entering battle to kiss the cross.
Broadsword Renaissance pillar with warm carbon steel guard and pommel and steel sheet. It stresses its 170 cms. Long and his two-handed grip. Renaissance pillar is the term for the long sword Renaissance.
Claymore sword with warm functional carbon steel guard and pommel and steel sheet. The Claymore is a big broadsword Scottish origin that was handled with two hands. In the thirteenth century claymore these swords were used by the Scots in their own struggle against the English invader.
Espada typical of Scottish mercenaries of the sixteenth century "Lowlander". It is well proportioned and balanced. Dramatically over 174 cms. It includes wall bracket.