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Flamberge with wooden grip

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This flamberge is made after a German original from 1570. Swords like this were mainly used by the German Landsknechten between 1570 and 1600.

The length of this sword is 144 cm. The length of the blade is approx. 100 cm and it is provided with an extra cross-guard. It is made in a wavy shape, this is why this type of sword is called flamberge. The sword has an iron cross-guard and a wooden grip. It weighs 3,8 kg.

Product details:
Length: 144 cm;
Blade length: 100 cm;
Grip length: 44 cm;
Blade width at guard: 5 cm;
Weight: 3800 g;
Steel type: EN45 carbon steel, hardness 48-50 HRC;
Edge: Semi-sharp;
Tang construction: Full tang construction;
Pommel: Screwed;
Grip wrapping: Wood;
Based on a historic original: Yes;
Transport weight (in gram): 10000 *

Sharpening service

This item is semi-sharp and designed for decorative purposes. It can be made razor sharp at a surcharge. When using the sharpening service, the return right and warranty expires. The extra delivery time is approx. 2 weeks.

Blunting service

The blade of this sword can be blunted (2,5-3 mm) at a surcharge of €70,00. Please note: although the thickness will be the same as a battle-ready sword, the return right and warranty expires when using the blunting service. Please contact us if you wish to use the blunting service, or make a note at the last step of your shiopping cart. The extra delivery time is approx. 2 weeks.

This item cannot be shipped to countries outside the EU due to its length.

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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Review by Filip Reiss, Posted on 05-04-2017, 5 Stars.
This sword is a Huge monster! It is beautiful, similar than the one that was used in battle of Dornach at 1499. I always Wanted to own one and i am happy that i have this beautiful piece in my collection. I still cant believe that i got it for this price, its
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