Hallstatt Sword Mindelheim, class B

The Mindelheim Sword represents a battle ready reconstruction of a Hallstatt C (800-650) sword of a horseman with high social status. This is the earliest sword-type in central Europe that was found in bronze and iron. As bronze isn’t a good choice for sword combat, this model could come in handy to many reenactors of the Bronze Age. The blade fullers are hand-ground. The blade tang is threaded and the nut is integrated in the end cap of the hilt. The riveted handle is made of beech or oak wood. More information...

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SKU: pef_9693

Mindelheim Sword, Late Bronze Age

Sword class B

The version with the blunted blade is battle-ready.

  • Total length of the blade (incl. tang): 825mm
  • Total length of the sword 830mm
  • Weight approx. 1000g (blunted) and 990 grams (sharp blade)
  • Polished finish of the blade.
  • The blade is made of spring steel and quenched in oil
  • Hardness of the blade is about 54 HRC
  • Blade of spring steel W.Nr. 1.7102 (DIN 54SiCr6) quenched to a hardness of approx. 53 HRC

Made in the Czech Republic.

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