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This is a battle-ready replica of a late medieval, chivalrous one-handed sword. The special of this sword is the pommel, which has a shape of Brazil nut and is located in the 13th century by Oakshott.
This sword is made entirely by hand. The arcuate forward quillons and the Brazil-nut-pommel are made of heat treated, malleable cast iron. The oil-hardened blade from spring steel is hardened to approx. 48-50 HRC. It goes through the handle up to the pommel and is hand-riveted there. The handle is wrapped with leather strap. The blade has a pronounced fuller, which gives the sword high elasticity and lightness at the same time. The blade edge is not sharpened.
The sword comes with a very nice wood scabbard coated in Leather with a belt loop (for max. 5cm wide belts). The sheath also has a steel chape.