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Medieval Swords and Daggers

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.

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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.
$157.95

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.
$243.95

Sword of King Sancho IV

#501696
This replica ceremonial sword of King Sancho IV of Spain has a full tang 1065 high carbon steel blade. Features beautiful cast embellishments on the solid brass pommel and guard and a wood grip with inset cloisonne coats of arms. Includes a brown leather scabbard with brass parts and a heavy cotton weave belt.
$374.95

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.
$109.95

De Joinville Sword

#501694
This beautiful sword was a very popular design during the 1400s due to its ease of punching through the armor of the day. The style of this simple piece is quite lovely and puts emphasis on the deadly nature of it. Made from 1065 high carbon steel by the smiths at Windlass.
$194.95

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.
$105.95

Shrewsbury Sword

#501686
This sword has been named after the famous battlefield where Prince Hal (later Henry V of England) defeated Percy Hotspur in 1403 and is noted by the pierced crosses in the steel guard. This long slender blade is double-edged and finely tapered. Possessing enough breadth to cut, the Shrewsbury is equally strong to thrust. Made by the master craftsmen at Windlass Steelcrafts.

$194.95

Top Customer Reviews

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

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Early Medieval Sword

Received this item today, so these are simply initial thoughts and impressions.

It looks pretty good. No defects noted yet. Sheath is black leather, not sure if genuine leather or not. Nice cap on the bottom with a flat tip for resting the sheathed sword on the ground. Draw is fairly easy, but with a nice snug fit with a fair amount of resistance. Sword does rattle a bit in the tip of the sheath.

Grip appears to be made of the same leather as the sheath. Pommel is very shiny. Smears and shows any amount off fingerprints or oil from the hand quite easily.

Now for the fun stuff. I haven't done much with it yet, but I did give a few practice swings.  Appears to be quite well balanced.  Balance point is approximately 5 inches above the crossguard. As to be expected from 5160 carbon steel, the blade is bendy. Like, very, very springy and bendy. The blade is sharp, but not super sharp. Blade gradually increases in sharpness as you proceed to the tip, all as expected.

All in all, I'm fairly pleased. So far, I feel I got exactly what was advertised and expected.
Reviewed by: Jacob, November 19, 2020

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller

Awesome sword. Well balanced. Decently sharp.
Reviewed by: Gary, November 16, 2020

Review of: Damascus Marshall Sword

def one of my best and fav sword and I have a house decorated with new and old weapons my house is a mancave, thx god I don't have a GF or wife it would ruin everything.
Reviewed by: Nick, November 06, 2020

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller

this sword is extremely lightweight and just overall great
Reviewed by: Master, October 08, 2020

Review of: Damascus Marshall Sword

I ordered two of these instead of one Robert bruce sword this marshal sword is to sweet not to have two.
Reviewed by: Nick, October 07, 2020

Review of: Faithkeeper - Dagger of the Knights Templar

It would have been nice except it had pits (dark) spots on the blade near the cross guard It was listed as the last one so i didnt want to send it back and wait for more to come. maybe it got sent back before. anyway i polished it a lot and got most of it out also i was able to polish out the made in india at the same time. It is still a great looking dagger i am sure it was a one time fluke. I just ordered the faithkeeper sword to go with it.
Reviewed by: kenneth, October 01, 2020

Review of: Hanwei/ Tinker Sharp Longsword

Great sword for the price.  Just getting into sword collecting, and this is one of the first real swords I have bought.  Been picking it up everyday since I bought it  Even done some real hitting practice with it, and the blade is holding up nicely.  One negative, which I knew before buying was the sharpness.  It states sharp Longsword, but it could be a little bit more sharper.  Overall -  love it.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 16, 2020