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Great German Landsknecht Flamberge Sword over 6' long 


6 FT.. 3" TALL! ... that's an incredible 75" and so "Authentic" this German medieval sword rivals the ones found in museums. It is a must for the serious weapons connoisseur, and will become the treasured centerpiece in their collection. Remember, this handmade Flamberge 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. Its main purpose was to down charging horsemen and cut off oncoming pike heads. Wrought iron and steel has been worked to duplicate the design of an original piece now in private collection.

 

Our Rittersteel hand-made Flamberge sword has a fierce functional flamberge "wavy" handmade high carbon steel blade over 4-1/2 ft. long and forged over hot coals. It has an especially appealing design with a hand worked circular guard with joined rings at front and back along with swirled wrought iron side guards. A true masterpiece!

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This German sword has been styled from an actual German hunting sword held in private collection. Swords such as these were carried for hunting and protection throughout the forests (Wald) with one hand making them a perfect riding weapon. The hand crafted twisted steel guard, segmented and etched wood grip with brass spacers add to the unique beauty of this quality functional sword. Leather sheath included.
German Wald Sword

German Wald Sword 


This German sword has been styled from an actual German hunting sword held in private collection. Swords such as these were carried for hunting and protection throughout the forests (Wald) with one hand making them a perfect riding weapon. The hand crafted twisted steel guard, segmented and etched wood grip with brass spacers add to the unique beauty of this quality functional sword. Leather sheath included. Blade is 1-1/4" wide and 30" long. The overall length is 37-3/4".
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Variations of this German hunting sword style can be found in the National Museum at Munich, Germany and most closely resemble that of one in the collection of the Wallace Museum in London, England. The unique and ornate workmanship of early hunting sabres is wonderfully recreated in this all brass hilt sword.
German Hunting Sabre

German Hunting Sword / Sabre 


Variations of this hunting sword style can be found in the National Museum at Munich, Germany and most closely resemble that of one in the collection of the Wallace Museum in London, England.

The unique and ornate workmanship of early hunting sabres is wonderfully recreated in this all brass hilt sword. Its origin in design is from Bayern (Southern Germany) dating around 1540. With its slightly curved serrated blade it was quite effective for hunting. This sabre boasts, a carbon steel 29-1/2" long blade and an overall length of 39". Sheath included.
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The Dussack sword cutlass is a curious sabre that dates back to Europe's early 1600's. Each Dussack sword is made from a single piece of steel and is clearly a "no frills" cutting weapon!
Dussack Cutlass

Dussack Cutlass Sword  


This curious weapon dates back to Europe's early 1600's.

Each Dussack cutlass 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. The Dussack sword cutlass served well for hunting, farm and fieldwork, domestic chores and of course as a fighting weapon against enemy attacks. These functional and historical "Blades of the People" faithfully duplicate the originals and belong in everyone's collection as they are a tribute to the courage and ingenuity of histories "everyday people". Overall length: 25-1/4"

 

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The single handed broadsword sword by Stage Steel features a blade which is 1-1/2" wide and 24" long. Overall length is 32". (no sheath)
Stage Steel Single-Handed Broadsword

Stage Steel Single-Handed Broadsword 


This medieval broadsword features a blade that has blunt edges.

This Stage Steel broadsword is intended for theatrical and SCA re-enactment and sword combat practice.

Blade is 1-1/2" wide and 24" long. Overall length is 32". (no sheath)
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Our exclusive heirloom quality crusader sword is a well balanced and striking example of beauty in design!
The Crusader Sword

Crusader Sword 


The image of the Knight and his sword lives forever through sagas, making it easy to see why these swords are highly valued and handed down from generation to generation.

Our exclusive heirloom quality Crusader Sword is a well balanced and striking example of beauty in design! A very swift and well constructed 27" blade is hand forged from high carbon steel and tempered over hot coals, as was done back in the middle ages.

The stylish guard is made of hand-cast solid brass as is the beautiful octagon pommel depicting the symbol of God: The Crusaders Cross! The grip is made of polished ebony. Black leather over wood sheath included. Blade: 1-1/4"W x 27"L. Overall length 36".
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Knights Edge is proud to offer this authentic looking William Wallace sword. Our Scottish claymore sword is large and powerful.
The William Wallace Claymore Sword

Wallace Claymore: Sir The William Wallace Sword 


The earliest Scottish clansmen were strong and fearless. They wielded large swords with a simple yet powerful design. One of these legends was a man named William Wallace, who could have carried an early Scottish claymore sword just as this in battle. The claymore sword started with this early design and predates the very recognizable clover design of claymores later in history. For the brave of heart, the blade is 1-3/4" wide and 42-1/2" long. Overall length 56-1/4". This sword was depicted in the movie about Sir William Wallace - Braveheart.
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1. Anonymous User on 5/30/2012, said:

This sword is beautiful and looks good on my wall
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2. Anonymous User on 10/19/2009, said:

Just arrived and this sword is AWESOME!!!!!!
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