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Practical Marshall Sword

#501741
This Practical Single-Hand Sword is based on the Marshall sword, so named for one of England’s finest knights of the latter half of the 12th century. Built for the rigors of combat training, it has a fully tempered 1566 high-carbon steel blade hardened to 50HRC and left un-edged and un-pointed to minimize injury.
$179.95

Damascus Marshall Sword

#501736
Based on an original British Museum piece, the Marshall Sword is the epitome of a single-handed broadsword. Replicated by Paul Chen / Hanwei in Damascus Steel.
$499.95

Bastard Sword by Paul Chen / Hanwei

#501732
Hand and a half sword based on the Oakeshott Type XVIIIA. The blade is 5160 high carbon steel.
$269.95

Mercenary Holbein Dagger

#404483
This double-edged dagger is lively in the hand and wickedly fast. The contoured grip is stained hardwood. Includes a leather sheath with hand-applied, antiqued steel reinforcing accents. Comes factory sharp.
$119.95

De Joinville Sword

#501694

Temporarily out of stock

This beautiful sword was a very popular design during the 1400s due to its ease of punching through the armor of the day. Made from 1065 high carbon steel by the smiths at Windlass and comes factory sharp.
$269.95

Damascus Short Sword

#404451
This medieval style short sword has a double edged Damascus steel blade which slashes and penetrates your target with ease. Features a blonde wood and bone handle with black and brass spacers and a steel pommel.
$114.95

Stag Horn & Damascus Hunting Dagger

#404446
This Damascus steel, double-edged dagger has a stunning stag horn handle. The crossguard and pommel are solid brass. Includes leather scabbard.
$49.95

Faithkeeper - Sword of the Knights Templar

#501691
This medieval Crusader sword has a deep fuller on both sides of the high carbon steel blade, which has been pierced with a cross at the ricasso. Also features an engraved guard and inset coin in the pommel. It comes with a matching leather scabbard and belt. Comes factory sharp.
$394.95

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


Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Guinegate Sword

I bought the 1-st edition of this sword years ago; it was unsharpened & had no scabbard; It was excellent; After a lot of use, I had to wind up filling the hollow bone grip with epoxy & that made it most satisfactory
     The reissue is a superb sword that does   well enough at cut & excellently at thrust.  It is one of the best I’ve gotten from MR (as was the 1st)
     It seems very much in line with period swords that I’ve examined & it will not disappoint
Reviewed by: Judge Joe, October 07, 2022

Review of: Guinegate Sword

This sword is truly a work of art. It is graceful in its appearance, as well in its handling. I own many swords of various styles, and by far this is the best I have held in my hand. At first, I was a little anxious about a single-handed sword being 3 pounds (as most of my other cutters are around 2 pounds)...but the moment I took it out of the box, it felt far less than 3 pounds. (I took it to my scale and it is 3lbs, 0.7oz.) The hilt fittings and nicely polished bright, the bone grip is smooth, and hilt construction is nice and tight. The blade is mirror polished and is well made. The belt and scabbard are well constructed - perfect compliments to this sword. There is not enough praise I can say about this sword. It is absolutely wonderful.
Reviewed by: Joel, September 18, 2022

Review of: Guinegate Sword

Although it took a while for them to get the order shipped in to them (not really their fault) they didn't charge me until they were sure it was in good condition and shipped out. When it was shipped out, it arrived here extremely quick in less than a week. Not to mention the quality of the sword is pristine and very well made. I'm confident I will love this every time I look at it
Reviewed by: Zephen, September 17, 2022

Review of: Guinegate Sword

I remember eyeing the catalog pictures 30 years ago and then they stopped making it. I'm so glad it's back! It is stunningly beautiful. Everything fits tightly together (no rattling) and the profile on the blade is as beautiful as I hoped for. The sheath is quite stunning as well - especially the buckles and hardware. No skimping there. Yes the sword is not well balanced - the blade is heavy but it is solid and sharp. If I were to add one improvement it would be to add brass trim at the top of the sheath if for no other reason than to give that classic "klink" sound when the sword goes into the sheath. But the bare leather is cut to fit the cross guard perfectly. I am so glad I have this sword after 30 years of waiting.
Reviewed by: Jay, May 06, 2022

Review of: Guinegate Sword

I bought this sword from your first run..... It is absolutely beautiful. The prettiest sword of my entire collection.... I am now drooling over the new scabbard and hoping that you might offer the scabbard as a stand alone item to owners of the original run of this wonderful blade. Any chances....!?
Reviewed by: Chris, July 16, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I bought  this  as a birthday  present  for  myself .  I had  it  sharpened  and  engraved . Good  job !  The  wood  to  metal  fit is excellent .  The  girth  of  the  grip  is on  the   small  side , but  it  indexes well  since  it's  oval  at the  hilt  and  round  at the  pommel .  The  scabbard  is great .  There  is  a slight  twist  in the  blade  grind .  I'm  very  pleased  with  it .
Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

The ‘foil’ style grip is narrow so that it can be handled like a Fairburn dagger

It is an excellent & tough piece of steel—whatever it is—& it holds an edge well

I’ve been testing mine & pretty much scuffed things up. I repolished it (the edge is still holding) & blued it a dark black/blue.

I was impressed as a lot of blade steel won’t give you a uniform color when you try; Interestingly, Sheffield Fairborn-Sykes Will blue up nicely as well
Reviewed by: Judge Joe, April 14, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I saw this and loved it couldn’t resist ordering it and it doesn’t disappoint I ordered the sharpening service on this and it came decently sharp the only draw backs are the hilts  a little small I have large hands Though and it’s a little more expensive than I’d like like it should be atleast 20 -30 dollars cheaper but that’s me being cheap
Reviewed by: Andrew, February 25, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I saw this and loved it couldn’t resist ordering it and it doesn’t disappoint I ordered the sharpening service on this and it came decently sharp the only draw backs are the hilts  a little small I have large hands Though and it’s a little more expensive than I’d like like it should be atleast 20 -30 dollars cheaper but that’s me being cheap
Reviewed by: Andrew, February 25, 2021

Review of: Guinegate Sword

I bought this sword the first time MR created it.  I have been giving talks in schools for over 40 years about the "Dark Ages" and have used MR swords.  This sword has always been a great hit with my students, it has a great look, the feel is like an extension of the arm not a dead weight hanging out there.  The students love the look of the hilt and the ridge down the center for armor piercing.  When I pull out my book on the Wallace Collection and show them almost identical sword, they know it isn't some "Hollywood sword" but it is like the "real thing".  That is what I have expected from MR from the days of Hank R. to today.  I know who ever buys this sword will enjoy having in their collection as I do.
Bob H
Reviewed by: , February 11, 2021