Italian Falchion Gotto, sale

The falchion was considered a heavy, single edged weapon designed for heavy chopping. Considered a heavy, single edged weapon designed for heavy chopping, it has an ancient history that stretches back to the Bronze Age. During the Renaissance its form became a little more elaborate, but its functionality remained the same. This was a heavy battle sword designed to oppose the combinations of plate and mail. More information...

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Italian Falchion Gotto

The Italian Falchion is reproduced from a sword in the Florence Museum dating from about the first quarter of the 16th century. A beautiful and impressive falchion/sword. Feature an unsharpened high carbon steel blade, solid steel guard and pommel and a polished hardwood grip. Includes a leather scabbard with steel accents.


  • Overall length approx. 829mm
  • Blade length approx. 660mm
  • The cross-guard is approx. 165mm long and 124mm wide and 46mm deep
  • Blade width at the cross-guard approx. 44,9mm
  • Blade thickness at the cross-guard approx. 4,7mm
  • The longer fuller is approx. 478mm long
  • Blade width 14,5cm off the blade point approx. 42,0mm
  • Blade thickness 14,5cm off the blade point approx. 4,0mm
  • POB approx. 90mm
  • Blade made of High Carbon Steel 1065
  • Steel hardness 48-52 HRC
  • Blade not sharpened but not blunt, thickness about 0,8mm
  • Weight without scabbard approx. 1492 g
  • Weight including scabbard approx. 1790 g
  • Even if this is a fully functional sword, it cannot be used in combat shows, historical reenactment or similar for safety reasons!

Specs may slightly vary from exemplar to exemplar.

Premium Quality, made by Marto / Windlass Steelcrafts®.

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