Anglo-Saxon Fetter Lane Sword with Sheath, 8th c., Damascus Steel Blade
Hand-and-half bastard sword with sheath, regular version
A bastard sword, also called only a long sword, is a late medieval and Renaissance sword with a long, straight double-edged blade that was usually wielded with one and a half...
Tinker Longswords (Oakeshott Type XVIIIa) provide the WMA practitioner with a pair of quick and balanced swords that they will perform beautifully in experienced hands.
Sparring blunts have a longer time to balance thicker edges and a...
Swords with anthropomorphic fist are rare archaeological discoveries. This leads to the assumption that such swords may have been ceremonial weapons reserved exclusively for warriors of higher position. The limited size of these daggers and...