The Medieval period lasted more than 700 years, from the Dark Ages to the dawn of the Renaissance. It was a time of re-organization and invention, with key advances in society, government and religion.  This era has left us with mythical figures like King Arthur and one where the weapons and armor of the time were truly instrumental in its shaping.  At we carry an extensive selection of accurately researched medieval weapons, arms, armor and clothing.

Medieval Swords and Daggers

Knights of the Middle Ages carried a wide range of swords and weapons. prides itself on being the world’s leading manufacturer of medieval swords and weapons.

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Medieval Axes, Hammers, Maces & Bows

Much of the medieval fighting was in close quarters, which made these weapons ideal. Used to crush, stab and deliver devastating blows, these instruments would inflict great injury or even death to their opponent. Museum Replicas offers an extensive line of authentic weapons made like the originals. Copied from museums and collections around the world, these weapons are a wonderful addition to any weapons library.

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Medieval Chainmail Armor

One of the earliest uses of metal protection was chain mail armor.  Made up of tens of thousands of interlocking rings, it was woven by hand and formed into protective shirts, coifs and even leggings. Chain mail, or more properly "mail", dates back to antiquity; the name itself is derived from the Latin "macula" meaning "mesh of net." It is believed to have been invented by the Celts and adopted by the Romans after their warring with them. The use of mail continued until the presence of gunpowder increased in the 16th century.  

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Medieval Armor, Helmets & Shields offers a wide range of historical armor from the Medieval period. Find well researched helmets, greaves, vambraces and shields to outfit your army.

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Women's Medieval Costumes and Accessories

Museum Replicas carries a full line of high quality costumes, jewelry, shoes and accessories for women. Spanning the Dark Ages through the late Middle Ages our clothes are authentic and comfortable. Made with high quality fabrics, we pay attention to every detail, from the beautiful buttons to the hand stitched trim. You will be sure to turn heads when wearing our authentic clothing!

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Medieval Shirts, Tunics & Gambesons

A true testimony to a knight was shown in his tunic, brigandine or gambeson. Used for both markings of the field of battle, some also gave protection against an enemy’s strikes. offers an authentic line of period tunics with ensure your status on the battlefield.

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Men's Medieval Costumes and Accessories

Both re-enactor and faire-goer alike will find the selection of period pants and robes at to be some of the most authentic on the market.

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Footwear, Belts & Gloves is one of the best suppliers of historical footwear for men and women, as well as Medieval period gloves and gauntlets.

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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: Fiore War Hammer

My first purchase from the Battlecry line and it exceeded all expectations! Outstanding. Solid. Massive. Love the finish!

Interesting the earlier comment about not liking the square handle. I think it's a more authentic look, and when wielding in battle chances are good that fighters wore gauntlets or at very least gloves.
Reviewed by: Kevin, March 03, 2018

Review of: Medieval Velvet Cowl Hood

Arrived quickly and fits great. I am using it for my Destiny 2 Hunter Guardian costume for DragonCon
Reviewed by: Brian, March 02, 2018

Review of: European Sword

This sword is amaizing, a bit heavy, but amazing. No defect on the guard, on the pommel, nothing, even the scabbard fit perfectly. What do you want more ?
Reviewed by: Alexandre, February 11, 2018

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

I just received this and am totally delighted with it.  I wasn't sure how good the quality would be considering the reasonable price but when I pulled it out and examined it, I was very impressed.  I put it on and walked in on my wife and son holding one of my recently acquired swords and once they were done laughing, they both agreed the coif looked very cool and quite authentic.  It fits great and though heavy...(as one would expect) is not difficult to wear for a long period.  This would be great at a Renaissance Fair or similar event.  I'm not sure where I'm going to use it but I'm glad I got it and I highly recommend it.
Reviewed by: Michael, January 12, 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: Orleans Battle Axe

MR's axe offerings have always been more miss than hit with me. Most look beautiful in pictures but show up unsharpened without a realistic way to get a true edge on one.

Not so with the Orleans Battle Axe, complete with its top spike and rear spike.

I would like to see more of their axes done in this manner...double bladed battle axes, the Dragon Hunter axe, etc.

They finally got it right!
Reviewed by: Mike, January 05, 2018

Review of: Medieval Horseman's Axe

Maybe not great, but good at this price. Really, about the only thing I don't like about it is that it's a little plain. I'm thinking I may just need to 'antique' mine a little.

Materials seem good, very solid well-fitted secure handle. I'll use mine for re-enactment so I'll leave the factory edge. I doubt these were intended for chopping wood, though they will probably withstand light use.

I was fascinated by the design and didn't have anything like it in my collection (I have mostly rugged looking GDFB, Hanwei, a couple of Cold Steel). I was interested to find lots of historical references to this style of axe though, including this one on wikipedia for 'Battle Axes': Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, used an axe to defeat Henry de Bohun in single combat at the start of theBattle of Bannockburn in 1314. Given that Bruce was wielding the axe on horseback, it is likely that it was a one handed horseman's axe. They enjoyed a sustained revival among heavily armored equestrian combatants in the 15th century.
Reviewed by: Kevin, January 03, 2018

Review of: Falchion Sword

got this on the deal of the day,the weight is 2.7
Reviewed by: ray , December 28, 2017

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

The Bosworth Longsword is well worth the price and the wait when on back order. I received this beauty and am very impressed with its handling and cutting ability. The thin blade makes slicing recovery superb and the action is fast. The supporting sections are beefy and well balanced, nothing loose or off center. Yet another great sword from the Windlass, say what you will about the over-seas manufacturing but they got it right on this one and the other two I own.
Reviewed by: David, December 27, 2017