Celtic sword combat antennas made of carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. The handle of the sword is shaped like a human being: the knob corresponds to the head, body and legs grip are saved to serve as protection on hand.
Templar sword One and a half long (125 cm.), With carbon steel sheet of high quality and stub. It is fully functional, made by renowned gunsmith Czech, Jiri Kondrak.
Functional Romanesque sword of a hand with blade forged carbon steel, guard and pommel riveted steel. Romanesque sword believed to have been originally from Spain and came to Rome for the Carthaginians.
Viking sword fighting with blade of carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with hardness of 44-48 HRC and riveted handle. Viking sword was released in southern Africa by the Vikings peoples.
Falchion, scimitar typical XIV century listed for battle. Carbon steel sheet spring EN45, single-edged, slightly curved. I knob riveting. Handle in wood covered in leather.
Viking sword fights forged Damascus steel with 512 layers of high carbon content. Pommel and guard steel. Leather-wrapped hilt. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather with metallic finishes.
Templar sword in one hand long straight blade, double-edged and riveted handle. The blade is forged carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It is a weapon with excellent quality for training and medieval recreations. This type of sword was used by medieval knights or soldiers from the tenth to the sixteenth century.
Marshall English sword inspired by the original. Includes leather sheath with steel at its ends. The blade is ribbed carbon steel while the handle is covered in leather. The blade comes SHARPEN. The simplicity and elegance of the guard and the knob make this sword a replica of high quality. It was used by Sir William Marshall who faithfully served the...
One and a half Sword replica of the sword Albert II of Austria. Also known as bastard sword. The design is simple to handle cross and representing the lion rampant, emblem of the dynasty of the Habsbugo, on the knob. The blade is carbon steel and the sword is fully functional and excellent balance. CARE.-He is sharp.
The Marshall Sword of English origin is a faithful replica of the one found in the British museum. It is a functional blade sword with damascus steel folding. The hilt is wrapped in bound leather. Includes sheath that is leather with steel reinforcements at the tips. This Sword was used by one of the best knights of England, Sir William Marshall who...
Godofredo Viking sword with steel blade folded Damascus. Very well balanced. Faithful reproduction of the ninth century. The grip is leather interlaced and guard and pommel are of Damascus steel. The sheath is made of wood covered with leather with brass accents. Come prepared with hooks for attaching leather belt. P>
Sword Mercenaries of the fifteenth century. It comes sharpened. It has a sheet in tricanal carbon steel, a curve steel guard and a riveted knob. Includes leather belt sheath