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Excalibur Sword

Excalibur (meaning to 'cut steel') was the great sword of King Arthur which 'gave light like 30 torches'. In the Arthurian stories, the name is given to two different swords - the one that the young king pulled from the anvil set in the stone before the church, and so proved his right to the kingship…

£165.00
Renaissance Rapier

The rapier began to develop at around the turn of the 15th century as the Spanish espada ropera, or "dress sword". It was a fast and light single handed sword designed for cutting and thrusting. In 1570 the Italian swordmaster Signior Rocco Bonetti settled in England and advocated the use of the rapier…

£129.99
Greatsword - Wooden

Often seen in the hands of master swordsmen, on the field of battle these great swords were used to break tight enemy polearm formations. Made in England.

£8.99
Templar Sword

…London, made famous in The Da Vinci Code.The Knights Templar Sword is the most popular sword in our collection. If you do not have the space for a full size sword why not consider purchasing the matching Knights Templar Dagger instead.The sword features a forged steel blade with solid brass pommel and guard…

£85.00
Squires Excalibur...

Excalibur (meaning to 'cut steel') was the great sword of King Arthur which 'gave light like 30 torches'. In the Arthurian stories, the name is given to two different swords - the one that the young king pulled from the anvil set in the stone before the church, and so proved his right to the kingship…

£65.00
Excalibur - Champion...

…these men that common folk believed it was their swords that must have magic powers. Troubadours told stories of long past Knights who owned magic Broadswords, like Arthur of the Britons and his beloved 'Excalibur'. In myth and tale, a magic sword has often been broken by evil and must be mended by…

£11.99
Celtic Sword

…eventually defeated in battle. The Celtic Sword features and anthropomorphic hilt - the human form must have been intended to enhance the power of the owner and to bear a talismanic significance. The British Museum has some excellent examples of this style of sword in their collection. This replica is of…

£85.00
Medieval Single...

…elegance, simplicity and shear beauty of these swords cannot be denied they were essentially combat weapons and when used from the back of a horse had devastating cutting power. This is the Re-enactor version of the John Barnett designed Single Handed sword made of EN45 Steel with a blunted blade and…

£110.00
Battle 1066 Wooden...

…conquest of England, between the Norman-French army of Duke William II of Normandy and the English army under King Harold II. The Battle 1066 wooden sword has been exclusively developed for Battle Abbey to mark this historic event.

£11.99
Basket Hilt Sword

The basket-hilted sword is a the name of a group of sword types characterized by a basket-shaped guard that protects the hand. It could be considered a development of the complex hilts used on rapiers and "side-swords". These complex hilts gained popularity as civilian weapons, and as armor was becoming…

£85.00
Pompeii Gladius

…the swords used by the Iberian (Spanish) Celts. It was predominantly designed as a thrusting weapon and was in use in one form or another from the 4th Century BC to the 3rd Century AD. The Pompeii Gladius takes its name from the archaeological site in Italy where, during excavations, 4 such swords were…

£125.00
Light Portable...

The crossbow revolutionised infantry warfare allowing armies to field large numbers of missile troops without the expense of having to employ skilled archers, who were usually trained from boyhood. Armies of Mercenary Crossbowmen were not uncommon and as many as 3,000 were employed in battles such…

£45.00
Guingate Dagger

This Blackfriars Dagger is inspired by a sword that was found in the mudbanks of the River Thames near Bull Wharf, Blackfriars. The sword is dated to around 1340-50 and is a typical knight's sword of the period. It is now held in the Royal Armouries collection. Our Blackfriars Dagger has solid brass…

£55.00
Pigface Bascinet

The Pigface Bascinet helmet or Hounskull (from the German "Hound's Hood") was a popular helmet from the 14th Century as was worn by both English and French knights at famous battles such as Crecy (1346) and Poitiers (1356). A depiction of this style of bascinet can be seen on the monumental brass…

£125.00
Roman Sword

Recycled A.B.S comes into play again with this Roman Gladius Sword. The shield has the characteristic curve of the Roman scutum.. Silver colour

£8.99
Suit of Gothic...

Gothic Armour was a popular style of armour in England and Germany during the late 15th Century. It was influenced by the peaks and ridges of Gothic architecture and art of the period and by the 1480's it was considered to be the best armour in Europe. It was worn by knights and nobles on both…

£999.00
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