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Historic swords from Acero Toledano, Swords from toledo, Gladius, etc.
Copied from a sword shown in Ian Pierce’s book “Swords of the Viking Age”
An old legend has it that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht developed the first all steel blade. This crucial development achieved near - mythical status among warriors, making this one of the most important swords in the study of medieval weapons. Several of these blades from slightly different time periods exist, some engraved in gratitude and reverence with Ulfberht’s hallowed name.
Prior to the Ulfberht swords, all European swords were of the pattern welded variety. Soft iron bars were welded together with strips of steel, forged into a blade shape, then a steel edge was welded onto the sword. But, the Ulfberht sword was a quantum leap in both technology and design. Made not of strips, but good carbon steel blades with enough carbon content to produce excellent swords. The design of the sword was also an improvement. The blade tapered more sharply to the point than did previous blades. This put the balance of the sword closer to the hand, making a sword that was faster on both the stroke and recovery than previous blades.
The etchings on both sides of our blade are copied exactly so that our reproduction is identical, warts and all. Made of high carbon steel (actually better than the original) it is beautifully balanced. The grip is wood wrapped with leather. The stout crossguard is steel and the pommel is of the Brazil nut shape that was quite popular at the time, both with Vikings and the rest of Europe. A beautiful and important sword.
Comes with scabbard.
The original Suontaka sword was found in a woman's grave in Finland. The grave dates from C 1100AD, however the sword form suggests a much earlier date of origin, possibly as early as mid 10th Century AD. Our stunning version of this piece features a highly detailed knot work pommel, guard, grip band and inserts. All have been lavishly plated in rich copper. The tough 1085 high carbon steel blade has a full tang and is fully tempered, then peened over the pommel.
The sword comes complete with a rich leather scabbard and matching copper fittings and sports a baldric for wearing this powerful piece.
The distinct shape of the Pugio blade was excellent for a close quarters fight, and was used throughout the legions. Although swords and knives were generally not worn by civilians within the boundaries of the "Pax Romana", barbarians and bandits were certainly to be found in the outlands, and a merchant or trader best go armed. No doubt many an old legionnaire must have found it easier to keep his balance with the familiar weight on his hip as he worked his farm in new won territory. The wood hilt is paired with a fully tempered high carbon steel blade. Based on remains in the British Museum.
Comes complete with a wood scabbard covered in leather with brass parts.
We are glad to offer our new line of blunt swords and rapiers developed for the rigors of mock combat. Each blade is built to withstand a lot of use by reenactors or stage performers.
Forged of high carbon steel fully tempered. The edges and points are 3/16? thick and rounded over for better nick resistance. These are crafted just like our regular swords. This medieval sword has peened steel and brass parts, and stout wood grips covered with leather.
All come with scabbards.
Forged by the dark elves in ages beyond counting, the sword was held by the wood elves for hundreds of years until it was gifted to a man known by many names, but called the medieval “Blacksword” thereafter. Feared by orcs, dwarfs, men and evil beasts alike, the bearer of the sword carried out many great deeds until his death while slaying a great evil dragon. Own this beautifully weighted and balanced war sword, worthy of legend, for yourself. The parts are black, the grip is wood wrapped in leather for a secure grasp and the fully tempered high carbon steel blade is blued to a fine black luster.
Comes with scabbard.
The year 1066 AD will forever be known as the turning point of British history with the Norman invasion, lead by Duke William “The Conqueror”, soon became the first Norman King of England. This magnificent sword represents the epitome of this heroic man. The long, wide fuller down the blade lightens the weight, making it a formidable weapon. The Brazil - nut shaped pommel has been inset with the battle cross of William, as well as the blade’s fuller. As legend goes, upon landing on the shores of England for the first time William fell flat on his face. Upon rising, he turned and said, “I have already grasped my Kingdom. ” The straight hilt has been inscribed with this phrase in Latin: Jam Accepisse Regnum. Finally, the sturdy wooden grip has been covered in a deep, blood red leather and has been wound with a braided silver wire. Accompanying this fine blade is a wooden scabbard, covered in a brown leather and embossed with the cross of the Conqueror. A matching blood red belt with period ties is attached