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Pilsen Rapier

ID#: 501175

Price: $285.00 

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We found this rare rapier in an old catalog of antique weapons, which had described it as German, and felt we should reproduce it. The hilt shows design aspects of some larger swords, but the knot shaped basket is very unusual and we hadn’t seen its like before. The sword is light and quick and balances in the hand nicely. The parts are steel and the grip is textured leather over wood. The blade is high carbon steel and tempered to a good spring. The scabbard has a highly decorative throat and tip. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
  • Overall: 44-3⁄4"
  • Blade: 36" long, 1" wide, 3⁄16" thick
  • Wt: 2 lbs/4 oz





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1. Kenyon on 12/24/2011, said:

The sword was exactly as expected. The scabbard however, had rust spots. I was able to remove them. but, was surprised to find them on this quality of weapon.
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2. Bruce on 9/9/2011, said:

It's an absolutely beautiful sword. Everything fits tightly and the sword is very well balanced in my hand. The only criticism is that the scabbard and the hilt don't match (grey leather hilt, brown scabbard), but that is a very minor complaint.
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3. Anonymous User on 1/3/2010, said:

i got the rapier for christmass, i realy like it, but would love it if you guys would have sharpend it.
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4. Anonymous User on 12/23/2009, said:

priced much to high for a sword like this. i could go to another website and find this exact moddle for much much less. -A Sword Fanatic
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