Product Name: Conestabile Two Handed Estoc
Period: mid 15th c. to early 16th
Source: Inspired by several mid to end 15th c. estocs, this kind of sword is also depicted in period miniatures and frescoes, and richer examples can be found among original specimens like the beautiful one preserved in the National Museum of Medieval Art also known as Musée de Cluny in Paris.
Blade: Type XVIIIb (after Oakeshott’s classification)
Blade Cross Section: diamond
Pommel: G Disc or pear T5 (after Oakeshott’s classification)
Guard: Style 12 (after Oakeshott’s classification)
Overall Length: 114 cm or 117 cm
Blade Length: 89 or 92 cm
Blade Width: 3.2 cm
Guard Width: 25 cm
Grip Length: 19.5 cm (pommel not included)
PoB: with G Disc approx. 8.5 – with T5 pear approx. 7 cm
Edge Thickness: 2 mm
Weight: with G disk 1260 gr.- with T5 pear 1320 gr.
Hardening: 50 HRC
Price: 550 €
The Commander’s beloved
The Conestabile Two Handed Sword is designed on Oakeshott Type XVIIIb, a blade that was common from early 15th c. to early 16th c. The Conestabile Two Handed Sword has a slender and convex profile taper and a diamond section, with an improved cutting action and a gentler profile taper in comparison with the Flos Two Handed Sword.
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