Bastard sword with fluted pommel, 15th cen.

This massive broad sword could have easily been used at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, cutting and slashing its way through the Tudor ranks. As large as this sword is, it is still amazingly light and well balanced. The wide blade is forged of high carbon steel, while the pommel and cross guard have been antiqued with a darkened, aged finish. The large 7" handle is wrapped in soft black leather with a steel separator ring and can easily accommodate two hands. Bastard Sword comes with quality scabbard. More information...

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Item number: 8826

Bastard sword with fluted pommel, 15th century

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

  • Overall length approx. 1128mm
  • Blade length approx. 876 mm
  • The cross-guard is approx. 250mm long
  • Blade width at the cross-guard approx. 48mm
  • Blade thickness at the cross-guard approx. 4,9mm
  • Blade width 100mm off the blade point approx. 37mm
  • Blade thickness 100mm off the blade point approx. 4,0mm
  • Distance between the cross guard and the pommel (handle length) is approx. 179mm
  • The pommel is approx. 63mm long and has a diameter of approx. 50mm
  • The two fullers on the blade are approx. 650mm long
  • POB approx. 135mm
  • Blade made of High Carbon Steel 1065
  • Steel hardness 48-52 HRC
  • The blade is not sharpened but is blunt neither, the striking edge thickness is about 1,0mm
  • Weight of the sword without scabbard approx. 1830 g
  • Weight of the scabbard approx. 392 g

Even if this is a fully functional sword, it cannot be used in combat shows, historical reenactment or similar for safety reasons!

Specs can vary slightly from sword to sword.

Premium quality made by Windlass Steelcrafts®

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