Sword Rapier typical of the seventeenth century. Made of carbon steel sheet. Thread grip and forearm and brassed knob.
Decorative sword Rapier based on those used in the seventeenth century. Made with carbon steel blade with brass handle and coated thread.
Sword of the Musketeers functional designed with the style of 1590. Blade with high carbon steel Handle 1065. wrapped in braided wire. It includes wooden sheath.
Colada Cid sword made in Toledo (Spain), with stainless steel sheet and finished with gilded carvings. Available in various sizes. Infantil.- 56 cms.Cadete.- 76 cms.Natural.- 100 cms.
Rapier loop the entire pod. This rapier is typical of the Renaissance. Total length: 110 cms.
European sprat eighteenth century. Blade made of carbon steel EN45. Forend made of brass and wood handle. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather with brass fittings and hook for attaching to belt.
Rapier swordfunctional for LARP, role playing live, recreations, etc. Made of strong latex coating. Length: 85 cms.
Rapier Sword of Renaissance tiefunctional for LARP, role playing live, recreations, etc. Made of strong latex coating. Length: 85 cms.
The Colada Sword belonged to the Castilian knight Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, known as El Cid XI century. Hidalgo and Castilian warrior, leading his own army he mastered almost all the East of the Iberian Peninsula in the late eleventh century. It embodied the prototype gentleman with the highest virtues, strong and loyal, just and brave, prudent and temperate...
Colada sword of El Cid in size, 103 cm, forged steel blade, forged aged finish Lodge.
King Philip II sword finished in silver leaf aged and engraved stainless steel. Available in cadet life size. P>Cadet: 76 cms.Natural: 103 cms.
functional sword tie Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658). The original is in the collection of the Royal Armouries in Leeds, England. Oliver Cromwell was an English military and political leader who made England a republic called Commonwealth of England.