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What better way to make your way through the busy market streets of history than with your trusty sword cane or sword umbrella! MuseumReplicas.com offers the only high carbon steel blades, concealed within accurate period canes and stylish umbrellas.

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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

Horseman’s Cane w/ Whip

#804443
This turn-of-the-century cane features a metal horse head plated in sterling silver and a shaft made of a sturdy aluminum covered in soft, black leather. A 26" forked leather whip concealed inside the shaft. Rubber foot.
$88.95

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

Mace Cane

#600728
This 36" long Medieval Cane features a stout solid hardwood shaft with a heavy solid brass knob.
$39.95

On Her Majesty's Service Walking Cane

#804714
This magnificent cane is expertly plated in 24-K gold and then antiqued. The strong shaft is stained and highly-polished Indian Rosewood.
$98.95

Ozark Hickory Root Cane

#803446
This cane is made from solid hickory root. Features smooth rough-hewn texture, satin finish, and removable rubber safety foot.
$19.95

Top Customer Reviews

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: 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: Mace Cane

Exceptional cane. As an older person its nice to know that this can not only support me as I walk, but it makes for great protection too.
Reviewed by: Randall, August 10, 2017

Review of: Horseman’s Cane w/ Whip

Great Quality. Beautiful Craftsmanship on Horse Head. Just a lovely piece overall !!! I love it !
Reviewed by: mark, September 03, 2016

Review of: Mace Cane

Every person needs a mace cane. Well made and had many useages.
Reviewed by: Phillip, December 10, 2015

Review of: Knob Sword Cane

You don't see full size blades on sword canes that often good steel needs sharpened but think I can do it great product
Reviewed by: Dan, August 31, 2015

Review of: Mace Cane

Reviewed by: Kevin, November 26, 2011

Review of: Buffalo Horn Sword Cane

Reviewed by: Dwyane, October 31, 2009

Review of: Buffalo Horn Sword Cane

Reviewed by: elias, August 02, 2009