Germanic Spatha Saburo, 4th cen., class B
This Germanic Spatha has an approx. 47mm wide blade. The cutting edges are nearly parallel, the blade point of the sharp version is also sharpened, though its overall shape is rounded. As it was common from the migration period, the blade of this Spatha is also provided with a single broad groove on both sides of the blade. The hilt is made of steel and the pommel is inlayed with brass. More information...
Germanic Spatha Saburo, 4th century
- Overall length approx. 948mm
- Blade length approx. 758mm
- Length of the cross-guard approx. 118mm
- Length of the handle approx. 140mm
- Blade width at the cross-guard (base) approx. 47mm
- Blade thickness at the cross-guard (base) approx. 5mm
- Blade width 2cm off the blade point approx. 26,5mm
- Blade thickness 2cm off the blade point approx. 4,7mm
- The Point of Balance is approx. 9cm far off the cross-guard
- Polished finish
- Weight approx. 1442 g (sharp version)
- Blade of spring steel DIN 54SiCr6, quenched to a hardness of approx. 53 HRC
Specs may slightly vary from sword to sword. Made in the Czech Republic.
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