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Katana Imori functional John Lee
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Details:
Blade length for Tsuba: approx. 71 cm
Total length without sheath: approx. 100 cm
Length of extension: approx. 28.5 cm
Weight without sheath: approx. 1,300 kg
Weight with sheath: approx. 1,500 kg
€120.00
€240.00
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German officer saber
Replica of a German officer's saber with steel sheath.
Delivery includes steel sheath.
Total length: approx. 94.5 cms
Blade length: approx. 80 cms
Weight (without sheath): approx. 700 gr
Material: EN45 steel
€120.00
€240.00
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Shield , Edward I
Height: 61 cmWidth: 55 cmDepth: 12 cmWeight: 2.00kgColor: Yellow, Red, Material: Wood, Leather
€45.00
€90.00
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Daga Maximilian I with hem
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Replica of maximilian dagger with high carbon steel blade. Includes leather hem with brass details. It is thought that this dagger was carried at the Battle of Guinegate or the Battle of the Spores in 1513.
€50.00
€100.00
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Henry V sword of England for practices without sheath

Sword of Henry V of 14th century England, suitable for training. Forged with high-quality carbon steel blade riveted to the button. Originally, the sword was found in the tomb of Henry V of England.
€80.00
€160.00
Medieval Wooden Sword
Useful wood training sword, based on a genuine
Norman sword of a hand and a half!

Wooden swords are suitable for improving fighting skills.

Details:
Material: mango wood
Blade length: approx. 85 cm
Total length: approx. 105 cm
Weight: approx. 350 g
€20.00
U.S. Heavy Cavalry Sword with Steel Sheath
During the American Civil War (1861-1965), swords and sabers were not only produced directly in the American territory, but also imported en masse from Europe by both the Union and the Confederate States, which explains why the original survivors exist in many variations.
This beautiful and good-value sword is not a replica of an original historical piece, but is based on a French design that was quite popular among officers and soldiers common on both sides of the conflict (and was used by many countries during the 19th century).
€130.00
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Scottish Pistol
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Reproduction of a metal and wood spark gun with loading and firing simulator mechanism.Spark weapons possessed a flint or flint stone, which when operating the hammer produced the spark ignite the gunpowder. All these weapons required manual reloading of their ammunition after each shot. The ammunition, which was inserted through the mouth, consisting of powder, taco shell and paper, which serves to keep the tablets connect two previous in the barrel.
€60.00
€120.00
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Renaissance Sword with sheath, mark John Barnett
This is a definitive re-enacted sword, which features reinforced blade and round edge to ensure it is super strong and safe as well. It was designed and created by John Barnett for museum quality.
€120.00
€240.00
Helm Crusaders
The so-called 'big helmets' (in English. Large helmets) were often worn on a smaller, lighter helmet (e.g., brain hoods). They were scattered throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. Numerous contemporary photographs (e.g. miniatures) and finds of Germany, Flanders, England, Italy, Switzerland, Österreichetc. These helmets were popular in the early 13th century and were in use until the 14th century.
Our replica has a very comfortable, padded entrance and a leather chin strap.
€156.00
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Kit Katana Functional Blade AISI 1045 with box
Functional blade Katana AISI 1045 carbon steel with 106 cm finished in black with edge, black sheath and brown cord, brown handle with wooden box lined with decorative presentation fabric.
€100.00
€200.00