Sword Falcata typical Iberians and Celts. It is similar to the Greek Kopis and Nepal Khukri sword. This falcata is a replica of 400-300 AC The blade is carbon steel. brassed handle with the figure of a horse. It includes wooden sheath and knife wrapped in leather.
Celta Anthropomorphic Short antennas steel blade and bone handle and store copper and brass sword. It includes leather sheath.
Sword combat Alexander with brass finishes and black / gold. P>
Viking Sword, functional for LARP, role playing live, recreation, etc. Made of strong latex coating. Overall length: 95 cms <./ P>
Celtic sword made of high quality latex. Strung grip suede leather. Very light and manageable. Ideal for recreation LARP or RPGs.
Celta long sword with steel blade and handle with spring EN45 brass finish representing Celtic warrior. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather belt.
Functional long sword Viking Century X. grooved blade hand-forged steel heat treated spring EN45. Sheet riveted to the pommel. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather with brass-plated finish. The original sword was found in England.
Dybeck Viking sword with steel blade forged one-piece carbon riveted to the pommel. The guard and pommel are decorated and finished with brass. Based on the original that was found in southern Sweden and can be seen in the State Museum of Stockholm.
This falcata sword is the early inhabitants of the Iberian peninsula. It is therefore a reproduction of a tool of our ancestors. With this sword of military origin are fought in battles of the time. The revolutionary design of the blade adapted to penetrate horizontal, has not been repeated in history, but has functionality beyond doubt.
Viking sword Escramasajón also called to fight sax manufactured in carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It looks like a dagger or a knife but is considered a small sword with a single edge and sharp point. Weapon widely used by the Vikings and Saxons between the fourth and tenth centuries. The sax sword was used as a tool...
Functional Iberian Falcata with carbon steel sheet CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. The falcata is a type of saber sharp convex shape on the cutting part and tip. It is a weapon that comes from the Iberian peninsula (now Spain) and was used in Roman times. The falcatas were appreciated by the warriors and were made with custom...
Iberian Falcata decorative made of Toledo-Spain by Marto. Stainless steel blade and handle decorated.