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Sword Canes

Sword canes first appeared in Medieval Japan. Use spread to Europe and continued into the  Renaissance as they were seen as a fashionable way to carry a sword discretely. Sword canes became even more popular in later years when thrusting blades came into fashion.

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Buffalo Horn Sword Cane

#600222
This sword cane comes with a fiberglass shaft finished in black, and a fully tempered, high-carbon steel blade with an elegant, conoured buffalo horn handle. Secured by a spring, button-lock mechanism and non-slip rubber tips. Overall length of 37-1/2 inches.
$124.95

Fisted Spike Cane

#601020
This cane is made of strengthened aluminum and is powder-coated with a black finish. The sculpted cane head is molded in metal. A 14’’ long three-sided spike is hidden inside the shaft. Rubber, anti-skid tip included.
$118.95

Gambler’s Sword Cane

#601019
This unique cane comprises of a strong aluminum shaft powder-coated in black with an anti-skid rubber foot. Features a hidden triangular blade and a small hidden pair of bone dice at the top. Spiral-carved black horn handle, and sterling silver-plated head, fittings.
$179.95

Knob Sword Cane

#600180
Straight from Batman Begins, this sword cane comes with a fully-tempered, high-carbon full-length rapier blade. Secured by a spring, button-lock mechanism, non-slip rubber tip. Grip, shaft, and pommel head made of aluminum. Overall length of 36 inches.
$89.95

On Her Majesty’s Service Sword Cane

#601007
Modeled after Queen Vicoria's secret bodyguards' sword canes, this gorgeous piece consists of a highly-polished Indian Rosewood shaft and a 20-1/4" hidden, stainless steel blade that has been lavishly etched. Windlass locking mechanism. 24-Karat gold-plated and antiqued metal adornments on the exterior. Overall length of 38-1/2 inches.
$168.95

Phantom Sword Cane

#601033
This fantasy-themed, Victorian and Steampunk-styled sword cane comprises of a durable aluminium shaft painted black, with a solid hand-finished aluminum head and a 1065 high carbon steel blade. Overall length 38 inches.
$118.95

Victorian Sword Cane

#600970
This strikingly beautiful sword consists of a 17” blade revealed by the extra-strong locking mechanism. Highly detailed, black-enameled, and elaborately accented hardwood shaft, with a firmly mounted lion’s head for capping its horn end. Overall length 37 inches.
$94.95

Captain Nemo Sword Cane

#601032
This fantasy sword cane sports adurable aluminium shaft with a sea-creature inspired solid, hand-finished aluminum head. 1065 high carbon steel blade. Overall length 37-1/2 inches.
$118.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Captain Nemo Sword Cane

The sword should be sharper. The cane is good and strong product.
Reviewed by: Kari, October 09, 2018

Review of: Knob Sword Cane

I own several sword canes from inexpensive to high end. This by far the best of the bunch. Well thought out design & functionality as a cane & as a viable means of defense. I'm sure most purchasers are novelty buys. As a 74 y/o retired Vietnam vet, I need an assistance platform that is fully functional. The construction & heft make it an acceptable weapon when necessary. The blade length & balance are excellent. Obviously, it is not shipped razor sharp. That is a no brain feature. You don't want any unsuspecting purchasers loosing any body parts in the process of opening the shipping box. If you want it sharp, that is easily accomplished. I know that in the future, when contemplating a knife/sword purchase, you company will be the first place I look. Thanks for creating a fully functional cane as well as a formidable weapon, at a great price point. Worth twice the price!
Reviewed by: Murray, October 07, 2018

Review of: Victorian Sword Cane

Super. Well built and just the right height and weight. Came fast as well.
Reviewed by: Robert, October 05, 2018

Review of: Knob Sword Cane

The full length blade is of surprisingly good steel, and I welcomed the opportunity to sharpen it myself! Also the weight of the cane is definitely intimidating. If the blade doesn't solve my problems, the cudgel-like sheath will give your enemies pause. This product is more than worth the price and exceeded all my expectations!
Reviewed by: Hugh, September 20, 2018

Review of: Buffalo Horn Sword Cane

Can’t remember when I bought mine, about 2009 if not before.  I didn’t not know of MRL at the time and used another source.  It has held up well all of the time.  I saw a video review by Skallagrim who gave it less than a favourable review.  One of his chief complaints was the rattle and rattle his did.  I’ve heard of one other such case.  I don’t know if Windlass has change their production method since mine or if those two were just faulty but my sword cane, as my Windlass sword umbrella, has two plastic inserts that sandwich the blade dampening the rattle and making the sword/scabbard fit more secure.  The inserts are glued in but the glue bond breaks over time possibly due to oil from the blade.  Every three years or so I have to glue the inserts back in.  The cane is a delight to carry, it handles well and is fast with controllability.
Reviewed by: Paul, July 28, 2018

Review of: On Her Majesty’s Service Sword Cane

This is a well made, great looking, functional walking cane. The blade is clean, etched, and not sharp. Very pleased with this. Worth the wait.
Reviewed by: Kenneth, March 23, 2018

Review of: Gambler’s Sword Cane

just came in and got it out of the box.  A little heavier than expected, but would not a thing about it!
Reviewed by: Michael, March 01, 2018

Review of: On Her Majesty’s Service Sword Cane

Nicely made product, nicely presented in an attractive box with plenty of safe packing precautions taken. Not sure why the packing said it was glass other than to give a false sense of delicacy required... I do recommend this item.
Reviewed by: Robert, March 13, 2017

Review of: On Her Majesty’s Service Sword Cane

Serious koolosity!!! Magnificent detail, fit and finish. I've seen complaints about not being sharp...These people do realize that historically usually only the last couple of inches near the point were sharpened , anyway, right? The extremely narrow bade was left relatively thick to strengthen the blade.This iteration is made strong enough for use as an actual cane and sturdy enough for a weapon. Good job!
Reviewed by: Stephen, February 06, 2017

Review of: On Her Majesty’s Service Sword Cane

Very beautiful.  My husband loves it
Reviewed by: Brandel, April 17, 2016