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15th-Century Medieval Longsword (1450)
The longsword, often called a hand-and-a-half, saw a great deal of service as a weapon of war, but was also employed by civilians as a weapon of self-defense. A strong, serviceable point made it perfect for thrusting, and its medium weight allowed it to be used and carried with equal ease. Thanks to its lighter weight, it was often paired with a dagger for maximum versatility, but when necessary it could be gripped with both hands for a very powerful cut. This handsome and functional sword features a steel pommel and guard, and a hardwood grip hand-wrapped in leather and wire. The high-quality sword blade is hand-forged of high carbon steel, tempered for strength and meticulously polished to a superb finish. This is one of the strongest and finest swords available. Hand-crafted by the famed metalsmiths at Windlass Steelcrafts. Complete with a leather scabbard. Can be professionally sharpened for an additional fee. Please note that sharpened swords cannot be returned.

Overall: 45½" Blade: 36½"Lx2"W. 3/16" thick. 3 lbs./4 oz.
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MR500800
15th-Century Medieval Longsword: Unsharpened
$298.00
This item will be custom made for you. Materials required for the creation of your item are in stock. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery!
MR500800X
15th-Century Medieval Longsword: Sharpened
$325.00
This item will be custom made for you. Materials required for the creation of your item are in stock. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery!
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Mantel piece This sword is just the coolest thing. I got it unsharpened because it is for decoration but have considered sending it back to be sharpened just to get that real sword look. Its really long and broad yet not too heavy at all (if I were to wield the thing). Very cool to have hung over the fireplace, might buy another to have them crossing each-other. September 15, 2014
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