Swords Rapier

Rapier Sword for Practices

Sword handle swordsman with bow and rounded tip, typical of the Renaissance ideal for training. Manufactured by Paul Chen of Hanwei with 1065 high carbon steel blade with a hardness of 50 HRC. Includes leather-covered wooden sheath.
€349.15
Sword Rapier germany sec, XVII
Sword of decorative German rapier, sixteenth century, Pappenheim, with guard in the form of basket and arches. Includes wooden sheath with metal endings.
€139.23
Rapier sword with sheath
This Rapier will be delivered with a hem.
It has a beautiful basket and a guard 30 cm long.

Rapier's name describes a stab and cutting gun,
used mainly by nobles until the early sixteenth century.

We recommend that you use this tweezers attached to a sword-holder belt.
€149.94
Renaissance sword for practices
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Sword of rebirth for practices with the assurance of Paul Chen of Hanwei. A safe, authentic and well-balanced piece.
€550.80
Rustic Sword Carlos III ,77 cms
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Sword Cazoleta of Charles III in cadet size engraved and finished in rustic (steel tone). Blade in hardened stainless steel, forged and satin. Length 77 cm, weight 650 grams
€74.97
Spanish Rustic Tizona Sword
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Spanish Tizona cazoleta sword in cadet size, with rustic finish (steel tone), steel bowl, handle and handle, and cross with mould guard. Sheets of stainless steel, seasoned, forged, satin and engraved. 74 cms, weight 1.1 kilos.
€91.04
Spanish Rustic Tizona Sword
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Spanish tizona glass sword in natural size, with rustic finish (steel tone), complete steel cable set, stainless steel blade, hardened, forged, satin and engraved.Length 104 cm, weight 1,350 kilos.
€107.10
Rapiera sword with sheath
Rapid Hilt Basket Rapier with Wire-Wrapped Grip

The rapier has been primarily a civil duel sword since the 16th century.

This Rapid Hilt Basket Rapier features a non-sharp blade made of high carbon steel, a sharp tip and a rolled wire grip.

The sheath is made of wood wrapped in leather and provides a throat and a plate made of metal.
€170.29
Sword loop basket for practical,model2
Loop sword with typical Renaissance basket. Another creation of Paul Chen of Hanwei to practice. Hand forged blade in 1065 high quality carbon steel with an estimated hardness of 50 HRC. Includes leather-covered wooden sheath.
€417.69
Sword Deschaux Rapier
With its elegant and artistic lines, the rapier has always been a romantic symbol of the Renaissance. The reality is that the rapier is a melee weapon, perfectly adapted to the rapid movements of duelists. In the early days, different forms of tightening were tested to highlight this formed by three rings. The handle is made of bone for good grip and is decorated with a laminated wire. Deschaux Rapier is a sword with a classic design, but light and fast. Note: Bone is a natural material and color can vary from white to darkened.
Deschaux Rapier comes complete with pod.

• Length: 117 cm
• Sheet: 94 cm
• Weight: 1134 gr
€235.62
Side sword
Main features:
- Authentic style
- Fully functional
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Detailed details:
- Total length: approx. 95.9 cm
- Blade length: approx. 76.2 cm
- Cuff length: approx. 14 cm
- Weight: approx. 1134 g
Incl. leather covered hem
€505.92
Sword Rapier practices
they trace their origins to early 17th century Europe, where the sword with the tweezers was considered an essential part of a gentleman's education and was often used in resolving gentlemanly disagreements. The blades typically originated from Toledo or Solingen and would be caused by regional smiths, resulting in many range styles.
This reproduction has a high carbon steel blade and a very attractive solid (uncoated) steel basket with a genuine bone grip.
A rigid leather cover covered in leather is included.
€514.08
Sword Rapiera Gustavo II
Main features:
- High carbon forged steel blade
- leather sheath included
- Excellent balance
Details:
- Blade material: high carbon steel, tempered
- Total length: approx. 114.9 cm
- Blade length: approx. 93 cm
- Weight: approx. 1049 g
- Balance point: approx. 12.7 cm from guard
- Harmonic point: approx. 71.1 cm
- Blade width in protection: approx. 1.9 cm
- Blade width at tip: approx. 1 cm
- Blade thickness in protection: approx. 6.4 mm
- Blade thickness at tip: approx. 2.5 mm
Incl. leather hem
€492.66
Sword Rapiera Torino
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Based on models of rapiers of Italian descent from the 17th century, Hanwei Torino Rapier displays the classic
Popular straight crossguard style in this part of Europe. The tweezers have classic lines, with a
carbon steel blade of high carbon content, a stainless steel handle (for reduced maintenance) with quillons of "blade collector" and a braided wire handle.
€406.98
Sword Rapiera practices
they trace their origins to Early 17th century Europe, where the sword with the Rapier was considered an essential part of a gentleman's education and was often used in resolving gentlemanly disagreements. This model features a well-balanced high-carbon steel blade with a solid steel basket (not plated) and a hard wood grip. The rigid hem is covered in leather.
€369.50
Sword Rapiera Solingen
Main features:
- Forged steel blade with high carbon content
- leather sheath included
- Excellent balance

Details:
- Blade material: high carbon steel, flexed tempered
- Total length: approx. 114.9 cm
- Blade length: approx. 93 cm
- Weight: approx. 1049 g
- Balance point: approx. 12.7 cm from guard
- Harmonic point: approx. 71.1 cm
- Blade width in protection: approx. 1.9 cm
- Blade width at tip: approx. 1 cm
- Blade thickness in protection: approx. 6.4 mm
- Blade thickness at tip: approx. 2.5 mm
Incl. leather hem
€406.98
Sword King Charles III
Andspada Cazoleta by Carlos III in cadet size engraved and finished in rustic (steel tone). Blade in hardened stainless steel, forged and satin. Length 107 cm, weight 1300 grams
€96.39
Scottish basket sword with sheath
Replica of a typical Scottish broad sword (Claymore) from the year 1828. The single edge blade is made of carbon steel and has two fullers. This sword has a very decorative basket and a leather covered wooden hem.
€182.07
Rapier Bradenburg sword with sheath
Around the 17th century
This impressive 17th-century Rapier is elegantly hand-crafted. It has a metal basket with an elaborate braid to protect the hand. The finely carved horn handle mimics the elegantly rotated metal of the handle and is hand-crafted and inserted with a single steel wire that provides excellent grip during duels.
Hand forged steel blade, high carbon content. Rich with detailed engraving.
It includes leather hem with braided metallic décor that complements this magnificent and fast Rapier.

Length: 112 cm
Leaf: 95 cm; 2 cm wide; Thickness of 4.8 mm
Weight: 1,250 g
€267.75
Rapiera sword with sheath
The design of this Rapier was quite popular in the late 16th century and early 17th. This model is hand forged by skilled craftsmen from Windlass Steelcrafts and has a high carbon steel blade with a diamond cross section. This gives firmness to the blade, but allows it to be flexible in action. The steel guard and decorated button are accented with a hardened and bleached bone grip.
€278.46
Rapiera sword with sheath
Around the 17th century
Rapier of the seventeenth century beautifully executed with a very complex grip. Hand-rolled silver wire handle with rings at the top and bottom. The hand-forged blade, made of high carbon and fully tempered steel, has a wide channel to relieve and strengthen it in the thrust and a rich heavy that provides greater strength. This type of sword was used as a dueling weapon.
High quality genuine leather cover with floral print deeply engraved on the throat and tip.


€332.01
Rapiera sword with sheath
Rapier Taza Cup-Hilt by Paul Chen

Long exalted as the pinnacle of rapier design, the Spanish rapier or cup-hilt no doubt combined style and
work very effectively in 17th-century Europe.
and Hanwei's Paul Chen replicated them perfectly and combined them with an elegantly conical high-carbon steel blade,
Taza Rapier of Hanwei (the name comes from the French, who called this style de la Taza).

€653.31
Sword of the Scottish Court by Paul Chen
Sword of the Scottish Court by Paul Chen

Quick and elegant would better describe the sword of the Scottish court. Replicate an original dating from the 1730s and belonging to a
officer of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's army at Culloden, the finely carved silver-plated cape and three-edged hollow ground
The blade exemplifies the consummate skill of the blacksmiths of the period.

€653.31
Oliver Cromwell sword with edge
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Oliver Cromwell (1599 - 1658) was a powerful figure in the history of England duringand after the English Civil War, when he ascended from the rank of Captain of the Horses to Lord Protector of England. hissword, which are said to have been carried at the battle of Drogheda in 1649, was remarkably well preserved and features in theCollection of the Royal Armouries in Leeds, England, where it is displayed in the permanent collection.
€698.29