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Dresden Rapier w/ Dagger

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Price: $295.00 

Dresden Rapier w/ Dagger


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  • Factory Edge - Price: $295.00 
  • Sharpened - Price: $313.00 
  • Factory Edge w/ Intials - Price: $300.00 
  • Sharpened w/ Initials - Price: $318.00 
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    A very unique take on rapiers and of high curiosity and value to the collector of unique weapons. Factually this is an historic design. Combination weapons such as this have been around since the 14th century.

    The Dresden Rapier gives a two handed approach to a classic design and fighting style. Grab this beauty with both hands for more effective cutting and chopping or remove the dagger sheathed in the main handle and double your attack. The dagger is easily drawn from the sheathed rapier, making it perfect and quick to grab indoors while in close quarters where a sword was impractical. Tempered, high carbon steel blades and solid steel parts. Grip is wood covered with leather. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.  Rapier can be sharpened for an additional fee.

    Rapier:
    • Overall: 38-3/4", (43-3/8 w/ dagger inserted)
    • Blade: 31-3/4 long, 1-1/4" wide
    • Wt: 3 lbs/5 oz (w/o dagger)
    Dagger:
    • Overall: 15-1/8"
    • Blade: 10-3/4'
    • Wt: 6 oz
    Can be personalized with 3 Initials (select left).

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    Inspired by the circa 1500 similar combination weapons in the Historisches Museum, Dresden, and the book Kombinations Waffon, plate 178.





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    1. Robert on 4/12/2014, said:

    Possibly one of the worst purchases I've made in my time as a collector. It took nearly two months to receive the package. I paid to have the sword sharpened and engraved but only received the engraving. And after finally finding enough time to inspect it, about seven inches of the blade snap off with almost no force at all. Not even remotely worth the price.
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