Hand-and-a-half sword XIV c.

Hand-and-a-half sword XIV c.

This type of sword were in use between 1360-1410. It represents 'Family D' according to Oakeshott's typology: wheel pommel (makes a good ballance for forged blade) and straight steel-made cross (type 8 according to Oakeshott's typology). Long handle that enables to catch the sword with the other hand.

Warning! Sharp edges blade is very dangerous to be used during combat. We take no responsibility for effects of such using.

  • center of percussion 60 cm
  • blade width at cross 4,5 cm
  • grip length 18 cm
  • center of balance 11 cm
  • weight 2,3 kg
  • blade length 95 cm
  • total length 120 cm

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