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These swords are crafted of the same tough steel and with the same care as the rest of our fully functional weapons, with extra features fit for a Noble.  Featuring engraved fittings, fancy scabbards and, for some swords, matching sword belts!

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Sword of Robert the Bruce

This sword sports a 1065 high carbon steel blade. Features pommel with Cross of St. Andrew and black leather wrapped grip. Overall: 43-1/2 inches.

Sword of Santa Casilda

This Oakeshott Type XII sword has a full tang, 1085 high carbon steel blade. Features intricately cast brass with antique finish. Overall 36-1/2 inches.
$235.00 $375.00

Sword of St. Maurice

The full tang blade on this sword is hand forged of high carbon steel. Sports hand engraved, solid brass parts. Includes leather scabbard and belt set. Overall 40 inches.

The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

This Templar sword has a hand forged, high carbon steel blade. The grip is hand-wrapped with red leather. Wooden scabbard & period belt included. Overall 40 inches.

The Castilian Sword

This Renaissance period sword with highly detailed blade, has exquisite piercings on its upper section with the guard and the fittings on the scabbard plated in stunning 18K. Overall 39-1/2 inches.

The Conqueror Sword

The sword has a blade made of 1065 high carbon steel. Features red leather covered grip, Brazil nut shaped pommel, and straight hilt. Brown leather covered scabbard included. Overall length of 37 inches.
$295.00 $375.00

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

As a descendant of a Templar Master, I couldn’t choose a better symbol to honour my lineage. When I purchased my sword, I decided to have it sharpened so it was true to the heart of the Templar code.
Because my sword is sharpened, I am unable to engage in combat, and I intend to purchase a second one unsharpened. When I take to the field of battle, I shall wear both swords, along with a finely crafted metal Templar shield.
I take my connection with the Templar order very seriously, as with other great figures of history from my family tree.
I have used my sharpened blade for testing the edge, for ease of use in combat, and those who say it is too heavy, I strongly disagree, the sword is well balanced, and can easily change direction of your swing while maintaining the same strength of the blow.
If you find it too heavy, then you need to strengthen both arms with practice.
Reviewed by: Michael, March 19, 2018

Review of: Sword of Santa Casilda

Very nice x11 sword.  Hilt with some cosmetic differences from the original sword hilt, like placement of X's on the grip and brass instead of iron cross and pommel.  These are minor.   Look and feel of a historic piece.  (see E. Oakeshot "The Sword in the Age of Chivalry", fig. 18
Reviewed by: william, January 09, 2018

Review of: Sword of St. Maurice

Awesome Sword as as historical replica, but way to heavy to be a routine cutting sword. Very well made with great attention to detail.  Only small negative, ... a little surprised that the brass had a much darker look than shown in the photos, but not a real problem. My first sword ordered from Museum Replicas, even with sharpening, less than a week, to my door in Arizona. Awesome service!
Reviewed by: Guest, October 29, 2017

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

The sword is beautiful! Nicely crafted and well balanced. I ordered mine sharpened and it came very sharp. Very satisfied with it! Thank you
Reviewed by: Fred, August 25, 2017

Review of: The Castilian Sword

An awesome blade, but I wonder at its provenance as a "Castilian" sword; evidence indicates it was made by Spanish Jews in Dresden, Germany:
Reviewed by: GORDON, August 17, 2017

Review of: Sword of Santa Casilda

This is a gorgeous sword and an excellent deal. I ordered mine on a Wednesday night (sharpened and engraved) and had an issue with my credit card, which I corrected over the phone the next day (Thurs). Customer service at Atlanta Cutlery (where this ships from) was exceptional. My sword shipped on that Friday and arrived on Tuesday. I was afraid it was arriving too quickly, as I ordered it sharpened and engraved, but it was perfect. There are no cosmetic defects, the peened pommel is stunning, with different shades of metals coming together, heavy and solid. Everything is tight, the sharpening and engraving, fantastic. I didn't have any issues with the scabbard being too tight. The scabbard, belt and fittings are beautiful.

Reviewed by: Mike, February 18, 2017

Review of: Sword of Robert the Bruce

I bought this sword as the deal of the day so the price was fantastic!  The sword itself is fairly nice for the price and has a good feel in the hand.  I wish it was peened but so far I have had zero problems.  
Reviewed by: James, February 10, 2017

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

Excellent Sword! Beautiful! Very pleased with the craftmanshiip!
Reviewed by: Barry, December 11, 2016

Review of: The Conqueror Sword

received mine yesterday,mine weighted 3 pbs and 12oz,the blade was 32 and 7/8",grip from guard to promal is 4and1/2",promal is 3and1/2' WIDE AND 2' tall.The balance point is 4' From the guard,the blade has nice distail taper and the point is more narrower than say the sword of tarced,tapers more the last 6" to point.for a heaver sword it is wery well balanced1.Love the over all style of the sword!,the guard is 9" long.The scabble could be little better,it doesn,t have a wooden core.Can be heald with two hands in neet to.The wire wrap on the red leather handle is nice touch.Think the handle might be glued on,the promal is threaded not peened.over really like this sword,It is no doubt one hell of a wepon in hands of someone who knows how to use it.Ray Blundell
Reviewed by: ray , December 08, 2016

Review of: Sword of Santa Casilda

just received mine today,cut few water bottles also cuts paper thin and regular with ease.the writhing on guard and promal is very well done!.love the grip,feel's great in my hand .the balance point is 3and 5/16" from guard.the seath is an upgrad for windless swords,it's perfect not to fancy and not to plane just right.when using it has blade presents but not blade heavy.sword look way better in person.I did research on dark sword armory,sword armory and alibon swords befor buying mine.I found dark sword of armory had some problems with swords breaking and weight of there blades,sword of armory had some sharping,fuller,and very rough peen,s and albion there were some sharping problems,the above are all good swords but when I compared to this windless including cost plus this one I just bought from museum replicas was on sale.I was an easy decision the whole package of the sword of santa casilda was the best deal.I have medieval swords,windless,hanwei,ronin katana-the peened modles and legasy arms and the ones I like the best are the windless.great sword,safe cutting Ray Blundell
Reviewed by: ray , May 13, 2016