blade Sword

Sir Godfrey Sword

ID#: 882526

Reg: $245.00
Sale: $122.50 

Sir Godfrey Sword

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  • Hand Forged, High Carbon Steel
  • Includes Display Plaque
  • Overall: 41-3/4"
  • Blade: 33" long, 1-3/4" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 3 lbs / 7 oz
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Circa 1190
Hand forged, fully tempered, high carbon steel sword with aged leather wrapped grip. Blade has unique inscription, and comes with a wooden wall plaque display shield. Can be sharpened for an additional fee.

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    1. Jarold on 6/10/2013, said:

    Excellent sword, very happy with it. Weight and balance is pretty good, though it would probably be best to use the Sir Godfrey with a shield or parry weapon (should the need arise). I chose the sharpened option, which was very well done, it is extremely sharp. I bought it on sale, which made it even more attractive.
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    2. James on 5/14/2013, said:

    This is by far my favorite sword out of my entire collection. I also have the robin hood sword but this one beat it by a long shot. The handle is extremely comfortable especially when compared to the robin hood sword, and this sword has excellent balance. The picture just doesn't do the sword justice
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    3. John on 7/12/2011, said:

    I am very pleased with this sword. I think I like it even more that Robin's sword. The etching on the blade is great. I ordered it sharp, and man is it ever sharp. My only problem is that it arrived with a few tiny spots of rust on each side of the point. Due to the lack of oil or cosmolene on it, I would bet that they wiped most of it off to do the sharpening, and then failed to put any back on before re-packaging it. I cleaned it up with a little 1500 grit papaer and super fine steel wool, then waxed the whole thing with Renaissance Wax. Overall, a very nice and historical looking sword.
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