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Sport Collection Archivi ~ Malleus Martialis Firenze
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Galante Cup-Hilt Rapier

Product Name: Galante Cup-Hilt Rapier Period: 17th c. Source: Inspired by Italian period originals Blade Cross Section: triangular with a fuller on both sides Pommel: Type 14 (after A.V.B. Norman’s classification) Guard: Straight, with knuckle Overall Length: 120 cm Blade Length (from the cup): 100 cm Blade Width: 1.8 cm Guard Width: 28 cm Grip...

XIX Early Sidesword 2.0

Product Name: XIX Early Sidesword 2.0 Period: A.D. 1370-1430 Source: Inspired by an Arsenal of Alexandria’s sword preserved in the Royal Armouries (Leeds) Blade Typology: XIX Blade Cross Section: Fullered diamond Pommel: G Disk (after Oakeshott’s Classification) Guard: Straight, with a finger ring Overall Length: 105 cm Blade Length: 88 cm Max Blade Width:...

Chevalier II

Product Name: Chevalier II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that introduce the concept of counterguard. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: G Disc (After Oakeshott’s Classification) Guard: Curved with finger rings,double small port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104 Blade Length: 90 Max Blade Width: 3...

Chevalier I

Product Name: Chevalier I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that introduce the concept of counterguard with symmetrical ports. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Fig Guard: Curved with finger rings,double small port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104 cm Blade Length: 90 cm Max Blade Width:...

Duelist II

Product Name: Duelist II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords with a more complex hilt for an enhanced protection. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: G Disc (after Oakeshott Classification) Guard: Curved with finger rings, small port, big port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104...

Duelist I

Product Name: Duelist I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords with a more complex hilt for an enhanced protection. Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Fig Guard: Curved with finger rings, small port, big port and knuckle bow Overall Length: 104 cm Blade Length: 90 cm Max...

Marozzo II

Product Name: Marozzo II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Achille Marozzo could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova chiamata Duello (1536) Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: G Disc (after Oakeshott Classification) Guard: Curved...

Marozzo I

Product Name: Marozzo I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Achille Marozzo could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova chiamata Duello (1536) Blade Typology: Wide Blade Blade Cross Section: Diamond Pommel: Fig Guard: Curved with finger rings, small...

Manciolino II

Product Name: Manciolino II Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Antonio Manciolino could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova per Imparare a Combattere & Schermire d’ogni forte Armi (before 1531) Blade Typology: Narrow Blade Blade Cross...

Manciolino I

Product Name: Manciolino I Period: 16th c. Source: Inspired by originals and training swords that Antonio Manciolino could have used to learn and teach the bolognese school, preserved in his Opera Nova per Imparare a Combattere & Schermire d’ogni forte Armi ( before 1531) Blade Typology: Narrow Blade Blade...