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Medieval

The Medieval period lasted more than 700 years, from the Dark Ages to the dawn of the Renaissance. It was a time of re-organization and invention, with key advances in society, government and religion.  This era has left us with mythical figures like King Arthur and one where the weapons and armor of the time were truly instrumental in its shaping.  At MuseumReplicas.com we carry an extensive selection of accurately researched medieval weapons, arms, armor and clothing.

Medieval Swords and Daggers

Knights of the Middle Ages carried a wide range of swords and weapons. MuseumReplicas.com prides itself on being the world’s leading manufacturer of medieval swords and weapons.

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Medieval Axes, Hammers, Maces & Bows

Much of the medieval fighting was in close quarters, which made these weapons ideal. Used to crush, stab and deliver devastating blows, these instruments would inflict great injury or even death to their opponent. Museum Replicas offers an extensive line of authentic weapons made like the originals. Copied from museums and collections around the world, these weapons are a wonderful addition to any weapons library.

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Medieval Mail Armor

One of the earliest uses of metal protection was chain mail armor.  Made up of tens of thousands of interlocking rings, it was woven by hand and formed into protective shirts, coifs and even leggings. Chain mail, or more properly "mail", dates back to antiquity; the name itself is derived from the Latin "macula" meaning "mesh of net." It is believed to have been invented by the Celts and adopted by the Romans after their warring with them. The use of mail continued until the presence of gunpowder increased in the 16th century.  

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Medieval Armor, Helmets & Shields

MuseumReplicas.com offers a wide range of historical armor from the Medieval period. Find well researched helmets, greaves, vambraces and shields to outfit your army.

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Women's Medieval Costumes and Accessories

Museum Replicas carries a full line of high quality costumes, jewelry, shoes and accessories for women. Spanning the Dark Ages through the late Middle Ages our clothes are authentic and comfortable. Made with high quality fabrics, we pay attention to every detail, from the beautiful buttons to the hand stitched trim. You will be sure to turn heads when wearing our authentic clothing!

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Medieval Shirts, Tunics & Gambesons

A true testimony to a knight was shown in his tunic, brigandine or gambeson. Used for both markings of the field of battle, some also gave protection against an enemy’s strikes. MuseumReplicas.com offers an authentic line of period tunics with ensure your status on the battlefield.

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Men's Medieval Costumes and Accessories

Both re-enactor and faire-goer alike will find the selection of period pants and robes at MuseumReplicas.com to be some of the most authentic on the market.

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Footwear, Belts & Gloves

MuseumReplicas.com is one of the best suppliers of historical footwear for men and women, as well as Medieval period gloves and gauntlets.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

Great Sword!! I would recommend this piece to anyone.....but with a BIG WARNING. Maybe mine was just a bad batch, I don't know. But the POMMEL and the CROSSGUARD are BRASS. They are only plated with the silverish steel color. Now I take very good care of my collection, which is quite large so it can be quite the task at times. I am most certainly not trying to brag, and I am most definitely not rich lol. I just have a deep seeded fascination with military history, and the beauty and craftsmanship of a nice blade be it an Egyptian Khopesh, a Roman Gladius, a German Greatsword, or any of the beautiful Sabers used to help carve out the New World. Now out of my collection 17 are Windlass Blades, save for the Battlecry Buckler and the Battlecry Fiore' Warhammer, both of which are excellent! Especially the Hammer. An awesome grey/black Gambeson, Grey Huntingdon pants to match, Maille Gauntlets, my newest order was the Norman Tunic W/Belt, the Huntingdon Pants and an English Bowie. The Bowie was out of stock but I'm sure I will receive it in due time. The Visored Bascinet Helmet. Not to mention small nick-nacks, gifts for friends, etc. And I have to say I absolutely love everything I own from Windlass/MRL/ACC. For anybody that has been polite enough to read all of this so far I will throw you a secret, Windlass BEST SWORD.... ready?
"The European Sword by Windlass". Yep, pick one up if you don't believe me, if you can find one that is.
OK onto the bad part of this review. Like I said the Accolade Sword pommel and crossguard are made of brass and simply plated in a silvery metallic.. something.
Like I said I take very good care of my entire collection, I use Flitz on all of my swords or any other weapons or armor that may need it. I like the results I get from Flitz and it is also recommended by Windlass to use it, and they also carry it for sale I believe. Now unfortunately I was not aware of the brass pommel and crossguard on the Accolade and polished it like I would any of my swords. After wiping it away the pommel and guard were a blackish-gold color. So I waited awhile and tried again to see if I could get the original color back but to no avail. Awhile later I contacted customer service, and the lady was VERY NICE and apologized and told me exactly what to do. So I followed her instructions and took quite a few pictures of the sword and the pommel and crossguard, and emailed them to the address she gave me. I believe it was Windlass or MRL Tech/Info, I will dig into my address book and see. Well that was a couple months ago and still no word from them nothing. Now just like everyone else out there I am a busy person, and the Accolade is part of a large collection. I'm just really dissapointed that MRL would drop the ball on this one, especially with the Accolade being one of their premier swords. SO, do I recommend this sword? ABSOLUTELY!
Just keep any kind of abrasive cleaner or polish AWAY FROM IT.
Now I love MRL, and will keep buying their products, in fact their new Knights Templar sword really caught my eye. Just really dissapointed in a company I have been purchasing from for 10 plus years. Anyways just heed my warning and you will love this sword.
Reviewed by: Casey, April 07, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Acre Crusader Broadsword

This sword is great!  Seemingly indestructible and very enjoyable to wield.  Last weekend I used it (to my neighbors amusement) to take down a small tree in the yard.  Not even a dent or chip on the edge.  My only complaint is that the pommel was slightly canted to one side.  This is in no way detrimental to the functionality though.  But for a $264 sword, I won't complain.
Reviewed by: Derek, April 02, 2019

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

Beautiful blade with superb craftmanship!! The blade was perfect! Super sharp and oiled to perfection! The leather was if the highest quality and the handle fit perfect in my big hand. I highly recommend it and it was almost perfectly accurate from the time. I can't wait to wear it at my wedding!
Reviewed by: Johnathan, February 22, 2019

Review of: Lionheart Sword of King Richard

Beautiful heavy sword.  Uncomfortable in the hand but it make a high quality display piece.  The matching scabbard is very nice.  I received what I expected.
Reviewed by: Philippe, February 21, 2019

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

I purchased these boots in brown, size medium. They didn’t fit quite right when I first tried them on, so I was concerned and inquired about an exchange. The mediums are stated to be shoe size 10-11. I wear a size 10 and it was loose around the top of my foot. Upon further inspection I realized that they had no insole. I grabbed the insoles out of a pair of work boots I have that fit perfect. Now these boots fit perfectly. Snug but not too tight. If you are considering purchasing these boots they are worth the money for being pleather. They look great and fit well, now that I put insoles in them.
Reviewed by: Michael, February 21, 2019

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

To start with these are not leather. That is completely fine with me. I purchased these as an alternative to dropping $700 on a pair of real leather boots sight unseen. They are well made. The sizing is a little odd. I ordered a medium which is size 10-11. I wear a 10 and they were pretty loose. I was worried and inquired about returning them. Upon further inspection I realized they had no insole in them at all. I took a pair of insoles out of some of my work boots which fit very well, and dropped it in. While feeling around to see the fitment on the inside the insole fits perfect. The variance is in the part of the boot that goes over the top of the foot is a little big. Once the insoles were in I put them on, and they fit perfect. That’s what it was missing is the insole. If you are thinking about buying these boots, do it. They are worth the money. Fit and finish is spot on. For being pleather they are great and I’m sure will hold up quite well. The buttons I have a feeling might possibly rip out but that’s ok cause I keep a couple of spare conchos in my sewing kit for just such a thing. Great boot for the price, I highly recommend.
Reviewed by: Michael, February 20, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Acre Crusader Broadsword

This sword is amazing.  Great quality and a solid piece that I know will be able to take a beating.  My only criticism is that it doesn't have a cross etched into the pommel, but I think I can do that myself.  Great piece!
Reviewed by: John, February 19, 2019

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

The detail and craftsmanship of this sword are incredible.  I love this, and with a full tang amd sharpened blade, I'm rather sure I could actually use this weapon.  It's a nice combination between looking decorative but also being usable.
Reviewed by: John, February 19, 2019

Review of: Mail Armor Shirt

The mail armor shirt is excellent. I'm very excited wearing this to the medieval fair. I sometimes just wear it around the house because I like it so much.
Reviewed by: Christian, February 18, 2019

Review of: High Boots without Fringe

Soles a little narrow for a large, size 12 foot but wearable. Length is good,
Reviewed by: david, February 16, 2019