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Medieval two-handed sword SK-B

Medieval two-handed sword SK-B
Medieval two-handed sword SK-B
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Medieval two-handed sword SK-B
Medieval two-handed sword SK-B
Medieval two-handed sword SK-B

Late medieval longsword with scabbard, 15th century - National Museum Zurich, Switzerland

Suitable for show fights, SK-B

This beautiful two-handed sword is a replica of a late medieval longsword from around 1450-1460, classified as Type XVa according to the Oakeshott typology and can be admired in the Landesmuseum Zürich.

This replica has a spring steel blade tempered to approximately 49-51 HRC, which tapers towards the point and has a diamond-shaped cross section.

It is forged right down to the pommel and riveted there to the handle end. The crossguard is made of steel and the leather-wrapped wooden grip ends with a generous fishtail pommel.

The beautiful scabbard is made of dyed vegetable tanned leather. A shoulder strap with brass buckles is included.

With its 2mm thick bevelled edges and rounded tip, this longsword is perfect for re-enactment, fighting or sparring.

Details:

- Shows combat quality class: SK-B

- Blade material: spring steel, heat treated

- Rockwell hardness of the blade: about 49-51 HRC

- Handle material: wood with leather cover

- Total length: about 123cm

- Blade Length: Approx. 93.3cm

- Handle length (with knob): approx. 29 cm

- Blade width at the guard: about 5 cm

- Blade width at the tip: about 0.8 cm

- Blade thickness: about 2 mm

- Center of gravity: approx. 12 cm in front of the guard

- Weight: about 1.55 kg (about 2 kg with scabbard)

- Leather sheath with carrying system

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  • Model: 2621
  • SKU: 0164000195
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