menu

Sword

Sir William Marshal Sword
Sir William Marshal Sword

Sir William Marshal was one of England's most famous knights and described by the Archbishop of Canterbury as the "best knight that ever lived". He served 4 kings including Richard the Lionheart and was one of the most powerful men in Europe. By the time

£125.00

Templar Sword
Templar Sword

The Knights Templar were a powerful crusading order of knights founded in the 11th Century with many of their number recruited from England and France. There are many Templar castles and churches throughout England including the Temple Church in London, m

£85.00

Squares Excalibur
Squares 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 c

£65.00

Medieval Single Handed Sword
Medieval Single Handed Sword

By the 12th century the swords of Western Europe had evolved into cruciform hilted weapons with circular wheel shaped pommels, and long double edged blades - often with a fuller or blood groove running down the centre. These were the weapons carried by t

£110.00

Gallic G Special Command Helmet
Gallic G Special Command Helmet

This style of Roman Legionary Helmet or "galea" dates from the 1st Century BC to the 2nd century AD. It is of the "Imperial Gallic G" type, a style influenced heavily by the craftsmen of Gaul (France), This style of helmet was no doubt worn by Roman Legio

£150.00

Excalibur - Champion Sword
Excalibur - Champion Sword

Exclusively developed for Tintagel castle; historically, swords like this were wielded by Knight's as they went to battle against the enemies of their lord. Such was the power of these men that common folk believed it was their swords that must have magic

£11.99

Greatsword - Wooden
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

Norman Helmet with Aventail
Norman Helmet with Aventail

The Normans were descended from the Viking raiders that settled in Northern France. Norman comes from the Medieval Latin "Northman/Norseman" meaning Viking. The Normans invaded England in 1066 and defeated the Anglo-Saxons at the Battle of Hastings. The N

£75.00

Celtic Sword
Celtic Sword

The Celts were a group of tribal societies in Iron Age and Medieval Europe. They settled in Britain in around 500 BC and flourished until the Romans invaded in 55 BC. The most famous Celtic Queen was Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni Tribe. She attacked Londo

£85.00

Excalibur Letter Opener in Stone
Excalibur Letter Opener in Stone

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 c

£29.00

Excalibur Sword
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 c

£165.00

Accolade Tapestry  (small)
Accolade Tapestry (small)

In the late Middle Ages the son of a noble would serve first as page, then as squire, before being made a knight. Knighthood was conferred by the overlord with the accolade (a blow, usually with the flat of the sword, on the neck or shoulder); in the late

£115.00

Corbridge Lorica Segmentata
Corbridge Lorica Segmentata

The Corbridge Lorica Segmentata was found as part of a larger hoard during the 1964 excavations of Corbridge Roman Town near to Hadrian's Wall. Dating from between AD122 and 138, the contents of the hoard were found in excellent condition, due to the way

£175.00

Light Portable Crossbow
Light Portable Crossbow

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

£45.00

Roman Sword
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

£9.99

Gallic H Roman Centurion Helmet
Gallic H Roman Centurion Helmet

This style of Roman Legionary Helmet or "galea" dates from the 1st Century BC to the 2nd century AD. It is of the "Imperial Gallic H" type, a style influenced heavily by the craftsmen of Gaul (France), This style of helmet was no doubt worn by Roman Legio

£150.00

Guingate Sword
Guingate Sword

This Blackfriars Sword is inspired by a sword that was found in the mudbanks of the River Thames near Bull Wharf, Blackfriars. It 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. O

£110.00

step into England's story