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.
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.
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.
Jerusalem sword with carbon steel blade (to choose with or without pod).NOT suitablefor combat.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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>
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.
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.
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