Hand-and-a-half sword XIV c.

Hand-and-a-half sword XIV c.

By appearance and overall shape this sword is similar to a swords from tle fourth quarter of 14th century. T2 type of pommel and curved cross are characteristic to „Sempach” type of swords. Swords alike were found in the graves of Austrian knights who fell in the battle of Sempach (near Zurich) in 1386.

Wood made handle is wrapped with leather, forged and hardened blade allows to use this sword in re-enactment fightings. Long handle enables to catch the sword with the other hand and in connection with well balance allows to use this sword really fast.

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

  • center of percussion 60 cm
  • blade width at cross 4,5 cm
  • grip length 18 cm
  • center of balance 11 cm
  • weight 1,8 kg
  • blade length 95 cm
  • total length 121 cm

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blade polishing
polished blade 102.56 €
mat blade  
blade sharpening
sharpened blade 64.10 €
blunt blade  
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black leather  
leather made scabbard 243.59 €
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wooden scabbard covered with leather 307.69 €

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