Ideal for medieval sword training (no contact). Made with carbon steel blade and full tang and blunt. The knob is double bolted. Grip covered in leather.
Sword XII century English gentleman Sir William Marshal copied from the original preserved in a British museum. It is not advisable to practice by having the pointed blade . Made of steel sheet carbon tempered EN45. Leather coated handle. It includes leather sheath.
Viking sword with corrugated sheet, forged in high carbon steel shank riveted to the pommel. Guard and pommel are steel. Ideal for beginners who want to practice without hitting the blade.
ideal for practice (non-contact) with blunt Viking sword. The design is based on the IX-X century. Made of sheet carbon steel forged in one piece with full tang riveted to the pommel.
A functional medieval sword hand with octagonal knob. Hand-forged steel EN-45 with heat treatment. It has a hardness of 48-50 HRC. Grip covered in leather. The blade tip is rounded and the edges are blunt. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather.
Frankish medieval long sword. With corrugated sheet, forged in high carbon steel shank screwed to the knob. Guard and pommel are steel. Ideal for beginners who want to practice without hitting the blade.
Training sword blade made of carbon steel high-quality, forged in one piece and screwed to the knob. The guard of the sword is hand forged steel carbon. It is an ideal for beginners sword.
Viking sword with scabbard Carolingian functional. It is not suitable for combat or training and is intended for collectors. Handmade. Tempered steel blade with a hardness of 48 ° HRC. Developed from the Roman Spatha was used in Europe in the years 751-911. Leather coated handle. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather.
Viking sword of Eigg Island. Made with steel blade with a high carbon content. Handle, handle and knob in cast and decorated bronze. Includes leather sheath covered with leather and with bronze decorations. The sheath is adapted to be hung on the belt.
Rapier sword model Pappenheimer, replica of the original 17th century model. It has the name of Marshal Gottfried Heinrich zu Pappenheim, with an experience of more than 30 years in the army. The blade of the steel sword with high carbon content and the handle is made of wood covered with wire for a better grip. Includes wooden pod.
One-handed medieval sword with blade forged in carbon steel with full tang screwed to the knob. The handle is made of wood covered with leather. p>
Sword of the Crusaders with knob octagonal. Forged by hand in steel-45 with heat treatment. Account with a hardness of 48 HRC. Grip covered in leather. The leaf tip is rounded and the edges are blunt. Includes sheath of wood lined with leather. We also have the functional version of this sword.
Sword, Bastard a functional or long sword. This is a sword cutting both Medieval and Renaissance. Forged by hand in steel-45 with heat treatment. Account with a hardness of 48 HRC. Hilt of wood covered in leather. Includes sheath of wood lined in leather with protectors in extreme metal.
Hattin Sword with corrugated steel sheet (to choose with or without pods) carbon.DO NOTsuitable for fighting.
Jerusalem sword with carbon steel blade (to choose with or without pod).NOT suitablefor combat.
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.
Katzbalger typical Renaissance sword forged in steel EN45. It has wooden handle. It is a short sword, a hand with hand guard and preferred by mercenaries of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
XI century medieval sword corrugated sheet, forged in high carbon steel shank screwed to the knob. Guard and pommel are steel. Ideal for beginners who want to practice without hitting the blade.
Sword training of a hand with blade made of carbon steel high quality forged in one piece to the pommel and riveted. The tip and edges of the sheet are not sharp and slightly rounded. P>The pommel and guard are made of steel. P>
Sword training of a hand with blade made of carbon steel high quality forged in one piece and screwed to the knob. The guard is steel hand-forged carbon. P>
Sword training of a hand with blade made of carbon steel high-quality, hand-forged and riveted on the knob.The pommel and guard are steel.
Training sword blade made of carbon steel high-quality, forged in one piece and welded to handle. The guard of the sword is hand forged steel carbon. It is an ideal for beginners sword.
Training medieval sword with scabbard. It is a sword that is made entirely by hand. The guard and pommel are malleable function and heat-treated. The handle is wrapped in a leather strap offering better grip. It is a sword that is not sharp and the blunt tip, ideal for practices. Includes wooden sheath covered with leather and ready to hang the belt...
Fully functional left handed pirate sword with blade made from high carbon steel. The guard is made of brass and the hilt is made of wood.
Functional sword of Captain Pirata. The handle has a beautifully aged brass finish. The blade is made of tempered steel with a high carbon content. Includes leather sheath.
German medieval sword of the fifteenth century with one hand. Carbon steel blade, steel handle and handle and leather-coated handle. It is only decorative. Includes sheath decorated with the cross of the Knights Templar. Inspired by the famous swordsman and fencing master Hans Talhoffer.
Sword of Enrique IV of England of century XIV apt for training. Forged with high quality carbon steel blade riveted to the knob. Originally the sword was found in the tomb of Henry V of England.
River Witham sword functional model. The original sword was found in the River Witham near Lincoln in eastern England. It is thought that the original sword dating from the thirteenth century. The blade is AISI 1566 carbon steel and is sharp. The sword has the following engraved + NDXOXCHMDRCHDXORVI +. The blade is full tang and knob riveting. It includes...
Normandy sword for practices forged by hand with sheet in carbon steel tempered with oil and blunt tip. Handle covered in brown leather. It was used at the Battle of Hastings in the year 1066 of the Normans against the English. Includes wooden sheath lined in brown leather.
Medieval sword for training with hand forged blade, flexible and tip and blunt edges, rounded. Brown leather handle and spike riveted to the knob. Includes wood sheath coated in brown leather with metal tip.
Medieval long sword also called bastard, of century XIV, for training with tip and blunt blade (rounded). With hand-forged carbon steel blade, it has curve with ring, handle in carved wood and steel spiral knob.
Renaissance sword rapier of the 16th century. With blade forged in high carbon steel, handle with wire grip. P>
Replica of the 10th Century Norwegian Sword found at the National Museum in Copenhagen. Made with carbon steel blade, leather wrapped handle. Includes wood sheath ready for belt placement.
Replica of the Seax Sword or Anglo Saxon of the 9th century found on the banks of the River Thames in 1857 that is exhibited in the British Museum of London. Carbon steel blade and wooden handle with brass rivets. Includes Cowhide Sheath.
Functional sword Saint Maurice of Turin, Italy, Roman officer in command of the Theban legion. Blade with high carbon steel, leather-lined grip. Includes leather covered sheath with metal rings to attach to a wig.
Sword Norman half-hand decorative with sheath. Blade in carbon steel without hardening and characteristic round knob. Includes leather covered sheath with metal finishes. Ideal for complementing your medieval costume./ P>
Replica of the German long medieval sword of the year 1510 with leaf in carbon steel EN45 tempered. Handle in wood with rivets.
Typical Gladius sword used by Roman legionnaires. It is decorative. Sheet is forged in carbon steel. Handle and knob in wood. Includes wooden sheath with brass ornaments.
Gladius Pompleya sword with sheath with carbon steel blade and guard, handle and knob in wood. Includes sheath with metallic finishes.
The battle of Hastings in 1066 closed the defeat of the English against the Normans, who crowned William the Conqueror as the new king. At the same time, this historical fact marks the end of the Viking age because after all their conquests, they finally settled as Norman Christians, even fought in the Crusades for their new God. Our replica coincides...
Viking sword with wooden scabbard covered with leather and brass decorations on the tip. The blade is made of carbon steel EN-45 and the wooden handle is covered with leather. The blade is pointed, so it is not recommended for the fight.
Viking sword Hurum model with blade made of carbon steel EN-45 and wooden handle covered in leather. The pod is made of wood covered with leather. The blade is pointed, so it is not recommended for the fight./ p>
Viking sword Hedmark model. It is a replica of the Norwegian sword dating from the 9th century. The original sword is in the Historical Cultural Museum of Oslo. The blade of the sword is double-edged, NOT sharp, with grooves in the center. The handle is made of wood covered with leather. Includes leather sheath covered with leather. The blade is pointed,...
This sword belonged to the noble Gauls of the La Tene period, which corresponds to the last years before the Roman occupation. With this sword model the Gauls fought against the legions of Caesar. WildebeestThis replica has a metal sheath adapted to be worn on the belt. The hilt is made of wood and the shape is typical of the time of La Tène.
Templar sword of a hand with blade forged in carbon steel of full tang screwed to the knob. The handle is made of wood covered with leather. p>