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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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Hanwei/ Tinker Sharp Longsword

#501756
Designed by Michael "Tinker" Pearce, the sharpened Hanwei/Tinker Longsword gives martial artists a fast, well-balanced sword that will perform beautifully in skilled hands.
$246.95

Hanwei/ Tinker Training Longsword

#501755
The Blunt Hanwei/Tinker Longsword is meant to perfectly mimic its sharpened counterpart for ideal training.
$232.95

Henry V Sword

#501754
This single-handed cut and thrust sword is modeled after the sword hung over the tomb of King Henry V. Made by Paul Chen / Hanwei.
$207.95

River Witham Sword

#501753
This blade is an accurate reproduction of the sword pulled from the River Witham in 1788. Made by Paul Chen / Hanwei.
$207.95

Practical Norman Sword

#501749
This Norman sword from the Paul Chen European practical line is a re-enactment safe blade fit for a Viking. Built for the rigors of combat training, it has a 1566 high-carbon steel blade left un-edged and un-pointed to minimize injury.
$150.95

Cromwell Sword

#501747
This “mortuary” style hilt sword is an accurate replica of the sword owned by Oliver Cromwell. Made by Paul Chen / Hanwei.
$364.95

Practical Marshall Sword

#501741
This Practical Single-Hand Sword is based on the Marshall sword, so named for one of England’s finest knights of the latter half of the 12th century. Built for the rigors of combat training, it has a fully tempered 1566 high-carbon steel blade hardened to 50HRC and left un-edged and un-pointed to minimize injury.
$157.95

Damascus Marshall Sword

#501736
Based on an original British museum piece, the Marshall Sword is the epitome of a single-handed broadsword. Replicated by Paul Chen / Hanwei in Damascus Steel.
$499.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: De Joinville Sword

A great arming sword! The heavy pommel, large guard and wide blade base put the point of balance about 2" in front of the guard; this enables fast cuts and recoveries, and the puts the weapon's weight in the hand for solid, aimed thrusts.  I had mine sharpened by MR, and it arrived very, very sharp.  In addition, it is a beauty. My only complaint is that the scabbard is not a full wood core and the throat isn't symmetrical, so the sword only seats properly with maker's mark opposite the frog lug. That aside, this sword is easily worth the price, in beauty, balance, and deadliness.
Reviewed by: Shannon, September 01, 2020

Review of: De Joinville Sword

Excellent sword. Well crafted, great shipping and packing. Only small glitch was that the shipping plastic protection wrapping discolored the pommel and guard. No problem. With a little Flitz, cleaned it up. Even with that, still 5 stars.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, August 21, 2020

Review of: Hanwei/ Tinker Sharp Longsword

Great sword for the price.  Just getting into sword collecting, and this is one of the first real swords I have bought.  Been picking it up everyday since I bought it  Even done some real hitting practice with it, and the blade is holding up nicely.  One negative, which I knew before buying was the sharpness.  It states sharp Longsword, but it could be a little bit more sharper.  Overall -  love it.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 16, 2020

Review of: De Joinville Sword

I received this today and I absolutely love it. It's a little shorter than I imagined but it's also lighter, as well. Yes, the pommel is rather large, but it brings things nicely into balance. The quillions are beautiful, the blade is perfectly polished, no scratches anywhere. Sharpening was great, too, no burrs, nice and even. The blade is a bit whippier than I had anticipated but it's perfectly fine and functional -- the shorter length of the blade makes up for it. Besides, that just means the heat treatment was done correctly. The peen is nice and rounded off. Everything fits nice and tight. The scabbard is okay, I like the dip it has at the top for the crossguard, and the antique look of the scabbard furniture is nice, too. Oh, and the wood on the handle is perfectly dyed and sandpapered smooth. All in all, a great purchase and a wonderful little short arming sword. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by: William, July 31, 2020

Review of: De Joinville Sword

This is my favorite sword. It looks and wields like a real battle sword. There is a slight dip along the edge on one side.no big deal but now that i know that it is there i always see it. even so , This sword is a great buy.
Reviewed by: kenneth, May 07, 2020

Review of: De Joinville Sword

Of  all my swords  purchased  from  MR this  one  is  my  favorite .  It's  well made .  I had  mine  sharpened  and  engraved .  It's  very  sharp . It  balances 2" from the guard  while  makes  it easy  to  wield .  All steel  construction is a plus .  I like  the  design .
Reviewed by: Dennis, April 11, 2020

Review of: De Joinville Sword

This sword really pleasantly surprised me. The relatively simple design is elegant in its own way, even with the oddly over-sized pommel. It feels sturdy, rugged, like it's meant to be used instead of hung on a wall. It feels very light and nimble in the hand, though a bit hilt heavy (the pommel, no doubt....). The sharpening service was adequate and the fit and finish is excellent for this price range. I ended up actually liking the pommel as it effectively extends the grip to make this a hand and a half sword, essentially. Overall, very pleased and a good bargain for a trusty everyday carry sword.
Reviewed by: Jarod, April 07, 2020