Hand-and-a-half sword XV c.

Hand-and-a-half sword XV c.

Medieval sword dated 1450-1480 A.D., made accordingly to type XVIIIa of E. Oakeshott's typology. The original is being kept in Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in Munich.

The sword has a steel-made pommel (Oakeshott's type T4) which is different than originally mounted J1. Long, hand and a half handle together with excellent balance makes that sword fast and effective.

Warning! Sharp edges blade is very dangerous to be used during combat. We take no responsibility for effects of such using.

  • blade width at cross 4,5 cm
  • grip length 20 cm
  • center of balance 10 cm
  • weight 2,3 kg
  • blade length 95 cm
  • total length 127 cm

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leather made scabbard 126.00 €
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