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 Section: Diamond
Pommel: K Disc (after Oakeshott’s classification)
Guard: Straight with finger rings, small port and knuckle bow
Overall Length: 104 cm
Blade Length: 90 cm
Max Blade Width: 2.4 cm
Guard Width: 23 cm
Grip Length: 8 cm (pommel not included)
PoB: 6 cm from the ricasso
Edge Thickness: 2 mm
Weight: 1020 – 1040 gr. c.a.;
Hardening: 50 HRC
Flexibility: 7.5-8,0 kg.
Price: 380 €
The Manciolino II sidesword, with its K pommel, straight quillons with the knuckle bow and one small port is an excellent pairing with our buckler, targa, parrying dagger or a cape, but it also behaves perfectly as a sword alone. The Manciolino II sidesword is a sport version of the 16th century historical ones, simplified and designed specifically for HEMA.
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Leather Grip: Obsidian Black, Ruby Red, Deep Blue
Cord Grip: Carbon Black, Deep Red, Navy Blue, Emerald Green, Burgundy, Royal Blue