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1432 Early Sidesword

Product Name: 1432 Early Sidesword Period: A.D. 1432 Source: Based on an Arsenal of Alexandria’s sword preserved in the Royal Armouries (Leeds) Blade Typology: XIX Blade Cross Section: Fullered hexagonal section Pommel: Convex G Disk (after Oakeshott’s Classification) Guard: Straight, with a finger ring and spatulated ends Overall Length: 104.5 cm Blade Length:...

Elector Saxon Military Rapier

Product Name: Elector Saxon Military Rapier Period: A.D. 1599 Source: Inspired by a Riding Sword preserved in Philadelphia Museum of Art Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Faceted Sphere Type 15 (after A.V.B. Norman’s Classification) Guard: straight with big and small port, with a counterguard “a tre vie” Overall...

Odescalchi Federschwert

Product Name: Odescalchi Federschwert Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by a fascinating specimen once in the Odescalchi Collection and now in Museo di Palazzo Venezia (inv.1265). Masters at arms like the well-known Joachim Meyer used swords like this for teaching and practice. Blade Cross Section: rectangular Pommel: Bulb Guard: Straight...