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Sword of St. Maurice

ID#: 501395

Price: $325.00 

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Saint Maurice of the all Christian Theban Legion is seen as the patron Saint of armies, soldiers, the Swiss Guard, arms makers, sword smiths, and almost anyone who carries a weapon. Housed in the Weltliche Schatzkammer (Imperial Treasury), in Vienna, this famous sword attributed to him was used in the coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors from Otto IV in 1198 to as late as Emperor Karl I in 1916. The design shows it to be of a style commonly used in the 11th century. The blade is hand forged of tough, high carbon steel and tempered with full tang. The solid brass parts include the proper engravings done by hand which sets this sword apart from others of the period.  Each part is then hand finished for an aged appearance.  The grip is wood which is then wound with silver wire with brass knot work rings at each end.  Includes beautiful leather scabbard and belt set.  A stunning and historically significant sword.  Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
  • Overall: 40"
  • Blade: 33" long, 1-3/4" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 4 lbs





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1. Neo on 10/21/2013, said:

Workmanship on this sword, and the scabbard/belt set, is top notch! Feels great in the hand, and the engravings make it look amazing!
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2. John on 10/17/2013, said:

Very nice! I am very pleased with this sword. Top notch craftsmanship on sword and scabbard/belt. Solid feel, tight hardware. Two thumbs up!
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3. William on 6/7/2012, said:

Actual: 40" overall length. Blade 33 x 1.9 in. Guard width 9.25 in. Grip length 4 3/4. Weight 4.0 lbs. POB 4 in. CoP 22.5 in. Would recommend for the display factor. Not happy the blade is much shorter than advertised.
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4. Museum Replicas Team on 6/7/2012, said:

William - Thank you so much for the corrections!
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5. Daniel on 6/1/2012, said:

Awesome sword, very well made. All the detail is top notch.
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6. constance on 5/16/2012, said:

true to the time
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