The deeply curved blade of the Saracen Scimitar recalls battles between the Saracen and Crusader. This sword originated in Southwest Asia and became widespread by the time of the Ottoman period.
The evolution of the sword has taken many roads. In Europe, the sword remained straight and gradually got thinner. In other places though, things were different. This Turkish Schmitar shows that some cultures preferred a curved blade.
The Raptor Sword is named after the fierce and famous prehistoric predator, and the inspiration for that can be seen in both its unique, claw-shaped pommel and the deadly curve of the blade. This sword blends fantasy and function.
Our single-hand Marshall Damascus Sword sets new standards of quality and authenticity in broadsword construction. The sword is based on an original, now in a British museum, used by Sir William Marshall.
Early Viking swords were forged from layers of iron interwoven with strands of steel to produce a very tough sword. This is a beautiful reproduction of an actual artifact found in Finland, fit for any Viking warrior.
You would be hard pressed to find a more versatile or effective sword than this bastard sword. Known also as a Hand and a Half Sword, this weapon is the epitome of rugged design that is brutally effective yet effortless in its look.
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The long and wide fuller on this blade lightens the overall sword and makes it possible to deliver fast and shearing cuts capable of cutting through the mail and padding that were worn during the period.
Mainstay of the Highland warriors of the late 15th and 16th centuries, the Claymore had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period.
The Swiss and Germans originally carried these weapons, although Bastard swords soon became popular in other regions such as the British Isles and Europe.
Although 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 thanks to its weight balance.
This blade might seem like something straight out of fantasy, but the Ranger Battle Sword was designed to be as functional and battle-ready as it is visually appealing with its simple elegance and high carbon steel construction.
Made from high carbon steel, the Sticklestad Viking Sword is a beautifully balanced and highly effective weapon. Capable of both cutting and thrusting, the blade is also a delight to the eye. Copper decorates the pommel and guard.
This handmade sword is not for the faint of heart, as Great Landsknecht Swords were wielded by only the strongest and most fearless chosen front line Swiss and German soldiers of the Middle Ages, and for good reason!
This Knights Templar Sword is made of high carbon steel. The sword features a wood scabbard wrapped in leather with polished steel accents. The cross guard and pommel are solid steel, polished and fitted onto a full tang.
Named for the feared 8th century Viking raider, our Godfred Sword is built around a beautifully patterned folded steel blade to replicate the pre-9th century originals.
The Celts were brave warriors from early as 500 BC, fighting with strength and fury. The close combat sword was the chosen weapon in battle, as its flared blade possessed a strong and deadly edge that could be wielded quickly.
The leaf shaped blade was quite popular throughout the ancient world. Our Hoplite Sword features a high carbon steel blade fitted with a steel guard and pommel. The contoured wooden handle is wrapped in leather for a secure grip.
The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar would have been a sword worthy of the Templar Grand Master to knight a loyal member into this holy order. The best metalsmiths from Windlass Steelcrafts have spent hours on each blade.
The Viking Sword draws inspiration from the weapons of the 9th and 10th centuries. The long, wide blade is hand forged from high carbon steel and has a broad central fuller and two keen edges, perfect for hard slashes and chopping blows.
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The Tinker Pearce Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller with is an Oakeshott Type XVIIA piece. The sharp blade is diamond-sectioned throughout its length and fullered for about one third of its length.
This Henry V Sword does exemplify attributes of a knightly sword of the highest quality. It has superb balance, making it an exceptional fighting sword, and offering an excellent control of point for thrusting.
Each Dussack is made from a single piece of steel and is clearly a no frills cutting weapon. Because of its simple and functional design, it was favored by commoners, who needed a weapon that could be used for a variety of purposes.
Effective for drawcutting, slashing, and hooking thrusts, this functional Scimitar is based on the historical weapon originally developed in Persia. Made of high carbon steel, the blade is paired with a wood grip and steel guard.
The inward curving blade on the Falcata delivers a tremendous blow and could split both shield and helmet. This sword is considered to be of Greek, or possibly Etruscan origin, its use spread into Southern Russia and also Spain.
The American Colonists were, like most of Europe, fond of the dashing French Hussar. The handmade hilt of this American Revolution Saber reflects the 1700s French style. This well-balanced, fast sword was designed for mounted combat.
The Knight Riding sword features a fuller running two-thirds the length of the blade. The crossguard and pommel are solid steel, polished and fitted onto a full tang that is peened at top of the pommel for strength and durability.
Our single-hand Marshall Sword sets new standards of quality and authenticity in broadsword construction. The sword is based on an original, now in a British museum, used by one of the finest knights of England, Sir William Marshall.
A very distinctive twist to this ancient designed Roman sword rests in the striking solid brass studs that encircle the rich wood pommel and guard. Truly an imperial touch to this historical functional battle ready sword.
Many a bloody-handed pirate of the 17th century clambered over the side of a gold laden galleon armed with a cutlass such as this. This sword was known by many names, including hanger, short sabre, and cutlass.
Our medieval lion crest sword is an exclusive design featuring a regal rampant lion symbolizing courage and strength, carved into the solid brass pommel. The blade of the Lion Crest sword has fullers running down most of the blade.
Do not let its size fool you. There is nothing clumsy about the Two Handed Great Sword. Meant to be carried over the shoulder in its scabbard, this massive blade is well-balanced and easily wielded by those of great strength.
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The image of the knight and his sword will live forever through the sagas and tales of heroism during the Crusades (1096-1291) and it is easy to see why. These swords were highly valued and handed down from generation to generation.
The Pompeii Gladius Roman Sword is based on the swords that once conquered most of the known world. This high carbon steel blade features a beautiful wooden handle and pommel and is modeled after actual historic artifacts.
Combining the slashing power of the Samurai Katana with the agility and thrusting ability of fine European dueling swords, the Dark Sentinel is a handsome sword with a bite.
Taking a cue from the most experienced Indian swordsmen of the past, Cold Steel has combined a curved, hatchet point British Light Cavalry blade with a traditionally styled Indian hilt to create the distinctive Cold Steel Talwar.
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The Tinker Pearce Sharp Early Medieval Sword is a single-hand Oakeshott Type XII piece. The sharp blade is fullered for about two thirds of its length with a flattened diamond section out towards the tip.
The Sword of Roven is as formidable a weapon as the historic original, which dates back to the 1400s. The blade is high carbon steel tempered to a tough spring, and the grip is ridged wood, wrapped with leather.
The Viking Short Sword features a hammered and blackened iron pommel and guard welded to a hefty steel blade. The Viking Short Sword is durable and suitable for stage and reenactment fighting and come to you at a great price.
This Tinker Pearce Sharp Bastard Sword is based on the Oakeshott Type XVIIIA and is designed to perform identically in the hand to the blunt version. The sharp blade is diamond-sectioned throughout its length.
No pirate captain should be without their trusty blade, and that is where the Pirate Captains Hanger comes in handy. This beautiful blade is made of fully tempered high carbon steel, and its guard features an antique brass look.
The Grosse Messer Swords heritage hails from central and northern Europe where, in days of old, noblemen and peasants alike relied on it to protect hearth and home from brigands, outlaws, and other characters of ill repute.
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The Early Norse and Celtic people of the Middle Ages created functional swords beautifully that were adorned with designs from their myths and legends. This beautiful Celtic Norse sword has a curled scroll hand engraved into its pommel.
The Atlantean Sword is hand-forged from 1085 high carbon steel and tempered to 52 HRC for strength. This swords has been expertly reproduced and is an exact replica of the sword used on screen from the movie Conan The Barbarian.
The U.S. 1860 Cavalry Sabre (SNA2), the standard issue for Union cavalry, has a fullered blade, leather spiral bound grip and a steel scabbard. This replica blade is an excellent value weapon for collectors to enjoy.
The Claymore had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period. Typically of hand-and-a-half length, this versatile weapon could deliver great sweeping slashes or powerful thrusts.
This is the regulation spec US Army NCO Sword. It features a tempered stainless steel blade, hand worked to a mirror finish. The pommel and guard are intricately cast solid brass and richly plated in 24K gold.
The Roman Gladius Sword is durable and suitable for stage and reenactment fighting and come to you at a great price. It features a full tang with the blade made from a thick, rigid piece of steel that extends the length of the blade.
Based off of a historic sword now found in the British Museum, the Leuterit Viking Sword is a beautiful weapon any self-respecting Norse warrior would be remiss not to have in their arsenal. The blade is made of high carbon steel.
The U.S. Foot Officers Sword (SNA18) features an elaborately etched carbon steel blade, including the U.S. insignia. The leather grip is spiral wire bound and foliate designs are cast into the handguard.
This Viking Ulfberht Sword is a stellar replica modeled from a sword shown in Ian Pierces book Swords of the Viking Age. An old legend has it that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht developed the first all steel blade.
The 16th century saw the end of what we refer to as the medieval period, a time when the hand and a half sword was incredibly popular. This 16th Century Hand and a Half Sword is a stunning representation of weapons from that time.
The crashing of waves, the roar of cannons, the shout of rogues through the foreboding mist - the Scottish Cutlass cannot help but unleash adventurous images. Scottish born Capt. William Kidd would certainly have favored this sword.
The Roman Army chose the gladius as its main weapon because it was practical, efficient, and excelled in close combat situations. Based on these blades of old, the Maintz Pattern Gladius combines cutting power and stabbing ability.
The Fathers Sword is hand forged from 1085 high carbon steel and tempered to 52 HRC for strength. This sword has been reproduced by Windlass Steelcrafts as a replica of the sword used on screen from the movie Conan The Barbarian.
Known first as a Cossack weapon that was used on horseback, this Shasqua sword was eventually made the official officers sword of the Soviet Union. The brass pommel is marked with star, sickle, and hammer.
Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged broadsword blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden in 1746 the single-edged backsword was at least equal in popularity.
This dashing pirate cutlass is a real beauty to behold. Created with a blackened steel guard to protect the finish and a hand-forged carbon steel blade, this cutlass is worth walking the plank for and is the perfect pirates companion.
The US Marine NCO sword is made of high-polished stainless steel, as well as detailed and appropriately etched according to government specifications. It is available in four different sizes, 28, 30, 32, or 34 inches.
The Civil War Confederate N.C.O. Sword was made by several sword-making companies in the South during the course of the war. The design generally followed the official Union pattern of 1840, which in turn was based on a French design.
Based on the traditional weapon of the highland clansman that has sown fear into the hearts of Englishmen for centuries, the Scottish Broadsword has a long, two-edged blade and a distinctive basket hilt wrapped in blued steel wire.
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