Sankt Annen Arming Sword with Scabbard, 12th CenturyThe one-handed sword we offer here is patterned after a 12 c. original belonging to the collection of the St. Annen Museum in Lübeck, Germany.Classified as an Oakeshott type XII, this single-handed, double-edged arming sword shows the typical chara..
Spanish Swept-Hilt Rapier with ScabbardThe rapier first appeared around 1500 and remained the sword of choice of the European gentry and bourgeoisie until the late 17th century. Primarily designed as a thrusting weapon (yet still quite efficient at cutting and slashing), this one-handed, usually dou..
Torino Rapier antiquedBased on models of 17th century swept-hilt rapiers of Italian ancestry, the Hanwei Torino Rapier exhibits the classic straight crossguard styling popular in this part of Europe. The rapier features classical lines, with a high-carbon steel flex-tempered blade, a stainless steel..
Lake Neuchâtel Arming Sword with Scabbard, 13th CenturyThis decorative one-handed sword is a replica of a remarkably well-preserved late 13. c. archaeological piece recovered from the Lake Neuchâtel (German: Neuenburgersee), Switzerland. The original find now belongs to the collection of the Swiss N..
Stocco of the fifteenth century, most probably of English origin, produced according to the original kept at the Wallace Collection in Scotland.
Known as the "Shrewsbury" from the name of the place where in 1403 King Henry IV defeated the rebel barons led by Sir Henry Percy. It has the typical s..
One hand and half sword, known as "Irish hilt" sword, that dates back between the late XVth century and the early XVIth century. Characterized by a steel broad blade with a rounded tip and a fuller that runs in the centre for the 2/3rds of its lenght and by an hilt with a long tapered handgrip cover..
Two handed sword with a broad, two edged and pointed blade. It appeared on the battlefields starting from the XVth century to contrast the close halberdiers units. In fact the task of the soldiers that employed it was that of cutting the enemy polearms creating breaches in the tight ranks. Steel b..
Claymore (from the Gaelic "Claidheamoh-mor") means large sword and is referred to the great sword with cross-hilt used in the Scottish Highlands from the end of the XVth century to the beginning of the XVIIth century. The double-edged blade has a romboidal section because without fuller and is mount..
European side sword properly called "in the Walloon style" but best known with the name of the count of Pappenheim, commander of the imperial cavalry during the Thirty Years war (1618-1648) that favoured its spreading. Broad two-edged and pointed blade made in steel. Framed hilt with shell in cast m..
Sword hand with a diamond shape and blade tip. Hilt inffittito branches and soda cap. Grip and pommel threaded faceted urn. Seventeenth century Europe. Made with iron blade and hilt gold metal, reminiscent of the furnaces covered with black leather sheath.
Size. 107 x 20 x 9 cm, weight 1750 gr..
Two-handed sword of the XVth - XVIth century. Used by specialized soldiers that, coming out from own ranks, cut the shaft of the enemy halberds. Known as doppelsolder because they got a double pay for that dangerous task. Double-edged blade made in hand-wrought iron, wooden shaped hilt and iron guar..