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  • Cold Steel 1908 English Cavalry Saber Sword, Silver/Black

    The Cold Steel 1908 English Cavalry Saber Sword is perfect for cutting and slashing. To protect the hand, wrist and forearm, it had a superb bowl shaped guard and a grip that automatically brought the pointing line for the perfect thrust. It was easy to carry too, as it scabbard had two rings for suspending it from the saddle or attaching it to a belt or baldric. It was issued throughout the British Empire as it is still used, with minor changes, even today. Our President, Lynn C. Thompson, became quite

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    Cutting, Silver
  • Cut and Thrust Sword 071-PP-S

    → Cut and Thrust Sword 071-PP-S Cut and Thrust Sword 071 -PP -S 071 -PP -S $276 .00 Price : $200.00 Product Description The Cut and Thrust Sword traces its origins to 15th century western Europe, where two-handed power was essential in penetrating the highly developed plate armour of the period. Carried "over the shoulder" for instant availability, such swords were the primary weapon of their strong armed bearers. "does not include scabbard" KEY FEATURES: * Brass fittings * Triple-fullered high-carbon

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  • 1860 Light Bristish Cavalry Union Saber Sword

    The hand forged blade of the M-1860 Light Cavalry Saber is British military spec steel that will flex over 20° and return to true. Leather handle is wire wrapped. Curving blade is superbly designed for penetration (thrust) and as a slashing weapon. Originally copied from an earlier French issue saber and manufactured in the North and in Europe for the lads in blue. Our excellent reproduction is hand made and ready for use. A stout steel scabbard completes this legendary sword. It evokes the unflinching

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    Light, Steel
  • Cut and Thrust Sword 071-PP-S

    → Cut and Thrust Sword 071-PP-S Cut and Thrust Sword 071 -PP -S 071 -PP -S $276 .00 Price : $200.00 Product Description The Cut and Thrust Sword traces its origins to 15th century western Europe, where two-handed power was essential in penetrating the highly developed plate armour of the period. Carried "over the shoulder" for instant availability, such swords were the primary weapon of their strong armed bearers. "does not include scabbard" KEY FEATURES: * Brass fittings * Triple-fullered high-carbon

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  • BladesUSA HK-26092 Fantasy Sword 42-Inch Overall

    This authentic Celtic dragon longsword with cherry wood shield plaque will be a handsome addition to any collection42 Inch Authentic Celtic Dragon LongswordA dragon slayer that's fit for a king! This authentic Celtic dragon longsword will strike fear in the hearts of your enemies and aid you in the rescuing of your damsel in distress.This traditional Celtic sword is a longsword. The Longsword is a type of European sword used during the late medieval and Renaissance periods. The longsword is commonly held in

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    Plaque, Shield
  • Design Toscano Lions Tail Scimitar Sword: Sharpened

    "The original scimitar sword was called a shamshir (meaning ""lion's tail"") and featured a strongly curved blade that was almost a half circle. Developed in Persia, this type of blade was effective for draw-cuts but other than that, it was of limited utility. This caused the blade to shift its shape into a more useful version, which we have chosen to reproduce from the famed Hank Reinhardt collection. This blade is quite effective, being able to draw-cut as well as slash, and the point is quite useful when

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  • Cut and Thrust Sword 071-PP-S

    → Cut and Thrust Sword 071-PP-S Cut and Thrust Sword 071 -PP -S 071 -PP -S $276 .00 Price : $200.00 Product Description The Cut and Thrust Sword traces its origins to 15th century western Europe, where two-handed power was essential in penetrating the highly developed plate armour of the period. Carried "over the shoulder" for instant availability, such swords were the primary weapon of their strong armed bearers. "does not include scabbard" KEY FEATURES: * Brass fittings * Triple-fullered high-carbon

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  • Roman Sword Gladius with Brass Fittings - AH3309 Deepeeka

    The Roman Gladius was the sword of choice for the legions. Two primary weapons were carried by each soldier: a pilum or pila (plural) and the gladius, a short thrusting sword used in close combat. Part of what made the Roman army such an effective fighting force on the battlefield was the success of the gladius. Its relatively small and light size made it perfect for stabbing in close combat. In combination with the Roman shield, the scutum, the legionnaire was a deadly fighter. Our replica is superb made

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    Fitting
  • Design Toscano Sword of the Knights of Malta: Unsharpened

    "The Sword of the Knights of Malta is named for the battle in which the Medieval Knights of St. John turned back a huge Ottoman flotilla. This magnificent sword features a steel pommel with a deeply carved Cross of the Brotherhood, symbolizing the knights devotion and giving a point of prayer to the embattled soldiers. The protective crossguard is also crafted of solid steel. The hand-forged, high carbon steel blade is sturdy and well balanced for a solid cut-and-thrust approach. The grooved hardwood grip

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  • 14th Century Medieval Sword With Scabbard and Belt

    Bold, broad, and powerful looking, the design of this 14th Century Medieval Sword with Scabbard and Belt was in response to plate-reinforced mail armor of the age, and its design does not leave a warrior wanting for power, functionality, or versatility. Classified as a Type XVI by Oakeshott, this sword is distinctive for its blade, which is broad at the base and possessed of a strong profile taper and an equally pronounced diamond cross-section. A unique fuller, wide at the base and gradually growing more

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    Belt
  • CAS Hanwei - Rhinelander Bastard Sword

    CAS Hanwei - Rhinelander Bastard SwordModel - SH2454Rhinelander Hanwei's Rhinelander Bastard sword, typical of late 15th century central European cut-and-thrust swords, is a handsome piece that will be appreciated by both collectors and cutting enthusiasts. The ring-guard hilt and scent-stopper pommel balance a riveted-tang fullered blade, forged in 5160 high-carbon steel and hardened to 54HRc for an optimal combination of edge-holding and resilience. A leather-wrapped scabbard is included. Key Features: -

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  • CAS Hanwei Rhinelander Bastard Sword

    Rhinelander Hanwei's Rhinelander Bastard sword, typical of late 15th century central European cut-and-thrust swords, is a handsome piece that will be appreciated by both collectors and cutting enthusiasts. The ring-guard hilt and scent-stopper pommel balance a riveted-tang fullered blade, forged in 5160 high-carbon steel and hardened to 54HRc for an optimal combination of edge-holding and resilience. A leather-wrapped scabbard is included. Key Features: - 5160 High-Carbon Steel - Designed to cut - Leather

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  • Kopis Sword with Brass Handle

    → Kopis Sword with Brass Handle Kopis Sword with Brass Handle Item #: AH-4111BR Price: $121.50 The kopis was a blade favored by the ancient Greek warriors, its name literally translating to the phrase "to cut". And with its forward sweeping, convex blade, cutting is something that the Kopis Sword with Brass Handle does very well. A traditional kopis has a single-edged blade that angles forward slightly towards the point. The edge of the sword was typically the most narrow near the hilt, while the blade

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  • Cold Steel 88NSL 1830 Napoleon Saber Knife, Left Hand

    Cold Steel Left Handed 1830 Napoleon Saber 88NSL The medium weight saber Cold Steel offers is a cavalry trooper's chosen weapon. It posses excellent cutting and slashing capability and still remains useful for a thrust. In its general overall appearance, it very closely resembles the United States 1860 Light Cavalry Saber. However, this design is slightly different and makes for a far more effective and durable weapon. The thick, moderately curved blade is forged out of 1055 Carbon steel and features a

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    Medium Weight, Cutting
  • Mid 13th Century Sword With Scabbard and Belt

    This Mid 13th Century Sword with Scabbard and Belt is distinctive for a few particular reasons. Hailing from a time when blade geometry was undergoing a great change, this sword is, essentially, an early variant of the highly effective arming sword. Unlike the traditional arming sword of history, this sword is more like its predecessors, featuring a broad blade designed for hacking and cleaving, although the point on this sword is a bit finer than its earlier cousins, ensuring that it delivers a wicked

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    Belt
  • USS151 - Australian 1908 Pattern Cavalry Sword - $179.95

    Australian 1908 Pattern Cavalry Sword - USS151 With the introduction of the 1908 Cavalry Sword the Victorian debate about whether a cavalry sword should be a cutting or thrusting sword was effectively over and a near century of ‘’compromise’’ cut-and-thrust sword styles was ended in the British Empire. The model 1908 is clearly a sword intended for thrusting and has been regarded by some experts as the best cavalry sword ever created. It was used by the British, Canadian and Australian militaries. Not all

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  • Henry V Sword

    Henry V Sword Henry V Sword Henry V Sword SSH2369 elegant down-swept quillons and a wheel pommel SH2369 -- Henry V Sword The Henry V Sword is modeled after the sword hung over the tomb of one of Englands great warrior kings. The single-handed cut-and-thrust weapon combines a relatively short sturdy blade with elegant down-swept quillons and a wheel pommel. Swords Made by Hanwei. Swords Specifications : Overall length: 34 1/2" Blade length: 27 1/2" Handle length: 7" Weight: 2lb 15oz Product Description

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  • British 1912 Pattern Cavalry Officer's Sword - steel scabbard - USS166

    British 1912 Pattern Cavalry Officer's Sword - steel scabbard - USS166 The 1912 British Cavalry Sword is akin to the 1908 Sword - it was an embellished version to separate the officers from the troopers who carried wholly utilitarian cavalry swords. The 1912 has a leather grip inlaid with wire and a decoratively engraved guard and blade. With the introduction of the 1908 and 1912 Cavalry Sword the Victorian debate about whether a cavalry sword should be a cutting or thrusting sword was effectively over and

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    Steel
  • Kopis Sword with Bone and Brass Handle

    → Kopis Sword with Bone and Brass Handle Kopis Sword with Bone and Brass Handle Item #: AH-4111BN Price: $121.50 The kopis was a blade favored by the ancient Greek warriors, its name literally translating to the phrase "to cut". And with its forward sweeping, convex blade, cutting is something that the Kopis Sword with Bone and Brass Handle does very well. A traditional kopis has a single-edged blade that angles forward slightly towards the point. The edge of the sword was typically the most narrow near the

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  • Spadona Hand and a Half Sword

    The Spadona Hand and a Half Sword is based on a sword design out of the mid 1400s. Possessed of a hybrid blade design, this bastard sword is proof that large swords were not only powerful, but that they could also be graceful, swift, and beautiful, too. This sword features a fine steel blade with a half-length fuller and a diamond-shaped cross section, as well as a sharp taper, all of which makes this sword look all the more like a cut-and-thrust sword of deadly capability. The sword is offered in two

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  • Scimitar Sword 500822

    → Scimitar Sword 500822 Scimitar Sword 500822 Product Description The original scimitar was called a shamshir, (which meant "lion's tail") and had a deeply curved blade that was almost a half circle. Developed in Persia, this type of blade was effective for draw cuts, but other than that, of limited utility. This caused the blade to shift its shape into a more useful version, which we have chosen to copy. Blade is quite effective, being able to draw cut as well as slash, and the point is quite useful in the

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  • USS115 - Hungarian Heavy Cavalry Sword - $184.95

    Hungarian Heavy Cavalry Sword - USS115 This Hungarian Heavy Cavalry Saber bears markings commemorating the merger of Transylvania into larger Hungary following Hungary’s 1848 revolution against Hapsburg Austria. The blade bears other nationalistic symbols and slogans. The sword has the long straight blade with a spear-like tip and a thick spine - ideal for a charging thrust that could skewer the foe in a manner not unlike a lance. A different method of cavalry fighting that favors a charge of impaling steel

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  • Falchion Medieval Sword 500204

    → Falchion Medieval Sword 500204 Falchion Medieval Sword 500204 Product Description Although its prevalence in Medieval art testifies to its popularity, very few original falchions swords still exist. This rarity of surviving specimens may be more proof of its popularity; most of the falchions were used up in battle! While the double-edged sword gets most of the press, the single-edged falchion was favored by a great many knights and men at arms. The wide cutting blade was quite effective against mail

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  • Hanwei Henry V Sword SH2369

    Hanwei Henry V Sword SH2369 Hanwei Henry V Sword SH2369 Medieval sword of Henry V SH2369 by Hanwei. Copy of tomb sword. SH2369 Sword of Henry V The Henry V Sword is modeled after the sword hung over the tomb of one of England’s great warrior kings. The single-handed cut-and-thrust weapon combines a relatively short sturdy blade with elegant down-swept quillons and a wheel pommel. Paul Chen swords are crafted in much the same way as swords were made centuries ago, except now the blades are forged from

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  • Rhinelander Bastard Sword

    Shipping :: Rhinelander Bastard Sword Product 54/154 Rhinelander Bastard Sword $340 .00 $285 .60 Save : 16% off Add to Cart : Details Model : HW0101042 Description This Rhinelander Bastard sword is inspired by a style from late 15th century central Europe. This cut-and-thrust sword is a stylish piece for collectors and cutting enthusiast. This piece features a ring-guard hilt and scent-stopper pommel balance a riveted-tang fullered blade . forged in 5160 high-carbon steel and hardened to 54HRc for

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  • DT2161 - Del Tin Late 16th Century Italian Sword - $529.95

    Del Tin Late 16th Century Italian Sword - DT2161 Early Renaissance Cut-and-Thrust swords, such as this one based on an 16th Century Italian example, were descendents of the earlier, familiar medieval swords. These blades share the tapered profile and diamond cross section typical of late medieval types. Blades of this form are tapered sharply enough for good thrusting and armor penetration, but the blade retains the mass needed to give debilitating cuts. The big changes are in the hilt - the quillons of cut

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  • Two Handed Danish Sword With Scabbard

    Rarely was a two-handed sword designed to fit into the 'cut and thrust' style of combat that gained so much favor in the later 15th century. Yet this Two Handed Danish Sword with Scabbard possesses a unique design that fits the era with ease. This impressive sword, classified as a Type XVIIIe by Oakeshott typology, is of a rare design, possessing a long hilt and an equally long blade for two-handed combat, while its design, possessed of a thin blade for cutting and thrusting, is traditional of the 15th

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  • Rhinelander Bastard Sword - SH2454

    Our Rhinelander Bastard sword, typical of late 15th century central European cut-and-thrust swords, is a handsome piece that will be appreciated by both collectors and cutting enthusiasts.The ring-guard hilt and scent-stopper pommel balance a riveted-tang fullered blade, forged in 5160 high-carbon s

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  • Falchion Medieval Sword 500204

    → Falchion Medieval Sword 500204 Falchion Medieval Sword 500204 Product Description Although its prevalence in Medieval art testifies to its popularity, very few original falchions swords still exist. This rarity of surviving specimens may be more proof of its popularity; most of the falchions were used up in battle! While the double-edged sword gets most of the press, the single-edged falchion was favored by a great many knights and men at arms. The wide cutting blade was quite effective against mail

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  • Falchion Medieval Sword 500204

    → Falchion Medieval Sword 500204 Falchion Medieval Sword 500204 Product Description Although its prevalence in Medieval art testifies to its popularity, very few original falchions swords still exist. This rarity of surviving specimens may be more proof of its popularity; most of the falchions were used up in battle! While the double-edged sword gets most of the press, the single-edged falchion was favored by a great many knights and men at arms. The wide cutting blade was quite effective against mail

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