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Marshall sword

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The spatha, the sword that was developed in the Iron Age, was the most frequently used sword in Western Europe until the Middle Ages. Combined with a shield this sword was deadly. The point of the sword was rounded, so not suitable for stabbing, but because of the two sharp edges the sword could be very well used. Only from the 11th century onwards the medieval swords developed a cross-guard and in the period of the crusades the design remained nearly the same: a cross shape with a slim blade and different shaped pommels.

This 93 cm long sword is based on the marshall sword that was based on the most faithful knights of Henry II, Richard Lionheart and John Lackland. The 76 cm long blade has no sharp edges or tip and has three fullers for extra balance, so the marshall sword is perfect for re-enactment. The blade has a max. width of 4,5 cm and the rounded edge is 2,5 to 3 mm. The wooden grip is covered with leather and is made uneven for an optimal grip. The included scabbard is made of fiberglass, which provides extra sturdiness and protection from rust. It has two leather bands for fastening and is decorated with metal. The total weight is 950 g.

This re-enactment sword is made of high quality carbon steel which consists of 0,85 to 0,98 % carbon, 0,60 to 0,90 % manganese, up to 0,04% phosphorus and up to 0,05% sulphur. It has a hardness of 50 HRC. This sword is an Oakeshott type XIII.

This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.

We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Click here for more information on the European arms acts.

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