Crusader sword with ctogonal handle, 13 c. - 3

Crusader sword with ctogonal handle, 13 c.

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Cross sword with scabbard, ctogonal handle, c 13.

Reproduction of a medieval high sword of a hand, carried, for example, by crusaders of various orders during the Holy Crusades. The appeal of this sword lies in its cleft-hand fist, which is distinguished from the most widespread disc-shaped handle.

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  • This sword is exclusively handmade. The nice shaped protection and the octogonal handle are made of thermally treated malleable cast iron. The oil-hardened steel blade is riveted by hand on the handle. The handle is tied in leather. The blade has a distinct fuller that offers great flexibility and less weight. The edges of the blade are not sharp.

    The beautiful wooden sheath is wrapped in leather and features a wooden belt (maximum belt width of 5 cm) as well as a steel plate.

    This is the regular edition of our crossed sword with ctogonal fist. The same sword is also available in a practical blind version with blind edges and rounded tip (product no. 0116695506). Features

    - Blade material: en45 spring steel, heat treated approx. 48°HRC
    - Total length: approx. 96 cm
    - Blade length: approx. 79 cm
    - max. Blade width: approx. 45 mm
    - Balance point: approx. 14 cm of protection
    - Includes leather-coated wooden sheath
    - Weight (no sheath): approx. 1150 g