Sword of Tancredo, 12th cen.

Prince Tancred (known in French as Tancrède de Hauteville) was a Norman lord of Southern Italy who was among the first noblemen to join the Crusades in 1096. He saw considerable victories on this bloody campaign, and after the fall of Jerusalem he acquired the title Prince of Galilee. Our exquisite Sword of Tancred has been researched from this legendary knight’s adventures. More information...

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Sword of Tancredo, 12th century

Please note: This is just an ornamental item, not intended for real use!

  • Blade of 1065 High carbon Steel
  • Overall length of the sword approx. 1020mm
  • Blade length approx. 840mm
  • The blade edge is approx. 0,5mm thick
  • The cross-guard is approx. 226mm long
  • The blade at the guard is approx. 47mm wide and 3,8mm thick
  • Point of Balance approx. 8,5cm
  • Weight of the sword approx. 1352 g
  • Weight incl. scabbard approx. 1990 g

Specs can vary slightly from sword to sword.

Premium Quality, made by Windlass Steelcrafts®

The pommel has a representation of the red Nurit flower of Galilee on the one side, while the opposite is adorned with the crusader cross, which Tancred adopted during the Crusades. The hard wooden handle has been covered with soft, deep brown stitched leather, accented with antique brass details. The imposing 2" wide blade has a deep fuller running the length, giving great balance to this mighty sword. Included is a period stitched scabbard in matching brown suede with long leather belt.

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