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Licensed Products

Conan the Barbarian Original Movie Classic

Conan the Barbarian: the epic tale of child sold into slavery who grows into a man who seeks revenge against the warlord who massacred his tribe.

A barbarian trained in the arts of war joins with thieves in a quest to solve the riddle of steel and find the sorcerer responsible for the genocide of his people in this faithful adaptation of Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery adventures. This film briefly sparked a wave of fantasy films including the sequel, Conan the Destroyer, in the early 80s. 

From the blockbuster motion picture comes this officially licensed collection of swords. Hand-forged from 1085 high carbon steel and tempered to 52 HRC for strength, these swords have been expertly reproduced by the master craftsmen at Windlass Steelcrafts®, as exact replicas of the swords used on screen. From the intricate details on the guards and pommels, to the deep runes on the powerful blades, these are truly masterful reproductions. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

© 2011 Conan Properties International, LLC.  Conan ®, Conan the Barbarian ®, and all related logos, characters, names, and distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks of Conan Properties International LLC unless otherwise noted.  All Rights Reserved.  Museum Replicas Limited Authorized User.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Costumes Wands and Props for sale

In J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, Harry had a textbook called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, written by wizard and magizoologist Newt Scamander.

This book detailed Newt's journeys as he documented 85 magical species found around the world. The 2016 movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is set in 1920's New York when Newt Scamander arrives with a briefcase full of magical creatures. After misplacing the briefcase, several creatures escape.

The adventures continued in 2018 with Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald when Newt joined his former teacher Albus Dumbledore to prevent evil dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald's plot to rule over all non magical beings. Find clothing and accessories at Museum Replicas inspired by these characters from the wizarding world of Harry Potter.

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Game of Thrones

Kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars, lords and honest men... all will play the Game of Thrones. Find great collectibles from the hit HBO series online at

Official HBO licensed product © 2014 Home Box Office, Inc. All Rights Reserved. HBO and related trademarks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc.

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Royal Armouries

The Royal Armouries, the UK’s national collection of arms and armour, has granted Windlass Steelcrafts license to reproduce historically important weapons from the museum's collection. These will be accurate replicas based on meticulous study of the originals.

Each reproduction will be carefully prototyped under the expert guidance of a historical weapons researcher. Curators from the Royal Armouries will then inspect and certify the piece to ensure the specifications exactly match those of the original piece. Reproductions will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the current Master of the Armouries.

Official Royal Armouries Licensed Product. The Royal Armouries name is a trademark of Royal Armouries. All Rights Reserved. The Royal Armouries is the UK’s National Museum of Arms and Armour

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The Lord of the Rings

Museum Replicas carries all the officially licensed Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movie swords. We offer several swords and knives such as the Legolas fighting knives, Tauriel Fighting Knives, Glamdring the Sword of Gandalf, Orcrist Sword of Thorin Oakenshield, Hobbit Sting Scabbard, Sting Sword of Bilbo Baggins, Sword of Fili. All these swords come with a wooden plaque for display and a certificate of authenticity.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: 15th Century Falchion

This sword, Royal Armories I.x144 arrived well packed, I must say the inner box is lovely.  The blade is very nice and the sword rings when removed from the wooden scabbard or struck with a knuckle.  The grip and leather are well done.  The knuckle-bow is not inline with the blade  (slightly bent) however a reviewer from BC Canada mentioned that the original’s is also bent so I am fine with that.  The peen is not well done and has a very sharp lifted edge.  The guard, quillon, & pummel-cap have very sharp edges - in places cutting sharp.  The scabbard is well done but the rain flap modification to accommodate the “nail” stud/guard seems an afterthought and causes the rain guard to bulge awkwardly to one side.  My sword weighs 702 grams (verified on 3 different scales, I am fine with that lighter weight. Did I mention how lovely the blade is-good show Windlass on the blade.  The blade arrived unsharpened, the point is very very sharp, what a lovely blade.  Overall, fit quality needs to improve to get an A+ from me.  However at this price point I give it an A-  I am very happy owning this piece of history and really, it is, most likely,  a better sword than was the original at Royal Armories.

Bert Regards,
Tampa, FL
Reviewed by: Robert, November 21, 2022

Review of: 15th Century Longsword

Great fit and finish. Perfect packaging. And the sword handles great. Over all very please 5/5.
Reviewed by: luis, November 14, 2022

Review of: 15th Century Falchion

Love this sword. I originally got the Royal Armouries backsword. It too was lovely, but I was looking for something a bit more nimble and fun. I wanted something handy to swing around with grace and ease- and cut light targets with. This IS it! The exchange process was flawless! Thanks MRL.
The bade is the highlight. So well formed. Love the hollow grind the needle-sharp point. The edge geometry is the best I've seen. This will not need much to bring it to slicing capacity.

I love how compact the grip is. It feels like a proper sword in the hand (comparing it to antique sabers and higher endish swords).

Fit is VERY good. It rings with only the slightest provocation. Guard is fit tightly, so far no hint of rattle. Scabbard is quite nice. Much improved from typical windlass. Nice smell and texture. Fits very snug, no hint of rattle. Draws with ease. Bronze chape is a BIT bulky for my tast but nicely done.

Finish: blade superb! Better than expected. Can tell its handmade (which I love, not a fan of machined 'perfect' lines, doesn't look right for historical objects IMO). Some small tool marks around peen and lug, again I like these small imperfections, feels organic/authentic.

Only complaint is pummel, lug and guard edges were way too sharp. The butt of the pommel could have cut skin. For the price this bugged me... I took a file, light sand paper and 30 minutes to CAREFULLY soften edges. Now it feels like a satin pillow in my hand. Visually, no one would not be able to see the difference after my touch-up...

All in all, YES! This is easily the favorite in my collection.
Reviewed by: Alex, October 29, 2022

Review of: 15th Century Longsword

The sword is everything Matt’s review of it claims.

The fit and finish and features plus scabbard inclusion by themselves make the price point an unbeatable value, but add to that the fact that it is a 1:1 replica of a famously beautiful historical sword right down to the weapon dynamics, and you have a collectors item.
I am glad I bought it while it’s available. Do it.
Reviewed by: Ian, October 27, 2022

Review of: 15th Century Longsword

The sword is everything Matt’s review of it claims.

The fit and finish and features plus scabbard inclusion by themselves make the price point an unbeatable value, but add to that the fact that it is a 1:1 replica of a famously beautiful historical sword right down to the weapon dynamics, and you have a collectors item.
I am glad I bought it while it’s available. Do it.
Reviewed by: Ian, October 27, 2022

Review of: 15th Century Longsword

When Matt Easton reviewed this sword I was instantly smitten. I was about to buy another sword but put that purchase on hold to get this one. I was nervous, $700 is a lot for a Windlass sword and I like sharp swords, not blunt ones. I took the plunge, ordered it, and hoped for the best. When the package was delivered I was instantly worried, it was heavy as heck. Swords should be light and nimble not bricks. As I unpacked it my concerns were proven to be unfounded, the box the sword is packaged in is the heaviest duty cardboard box I have ever seen, the lid to the box weights more than the sword does!.
Inside was a wonderfully light and nimble sword. Easily handled with one hand and a dream with two.  The quality of this sword is amazing, straight lines, minimal waves in the blade finish and while not sharp it is not blunt. More like the final sharpening needs to be done and minimal material would be removed to get it to sharp. To say I am pleased is an understatement. I'll be ordering the 14th Century Arming Sword soon!  Kudos to Matt Easton, Windlass and The Royal Armories, they hit this one out of the park.
Reviewed by: Tim, October 22, 2022

Review of: Herrugrim Sword of King Theoden of Rohan with Display Plaque

Beautiful sword and very good detail!
Reviewed by: Brandon, January 19, 2022

Review of: Conan Atlantean Sword Scabbard

Goes well with the Atlantean sword.
Reviewed by: Thorvald, July 29, 2021

Review of: Hobbit Sting Sword of Frodo Baggins with Wall Plaque

Amazing piece.
Reviewed by: Jesse, June 30, 2021

Review of: Anduril, The Sword of King Elessar

This is my first sword and the start of my collection. It is beyond my expectations and an amazing piece.
Reviewed by: Jesse, December 16, 2020