Oakeshott Type XVIII Sword with Sword Belt

#501214
$374.95

This Knightly Bastard Sword has a long, tempered high carbon steel blade. Wood grip is wrapped in leather. Matching ornate scabbard and included sword belt. Overall 42 inches.
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OVERVIEW

Circa 1350

This German Bastard Sword has steel parts with an etched pattern on the classic wheel pommel. The grip is wood with raised bands and wrapped in a rich brown leather as is the matching ornate scabbard and included sword belt. The long blade is lightly hollow ground and is from well-tempered high carbon steel.

Truly a knightly sword: German manufactured weapons were prized all over Europe. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.

Can be sharpened for additional fee. Can be personalized with 3 Initials.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Attribute nameAttribute value
Overall Length42"
Blade Length34"
Blade Width1-7/8"
Blade Thickness3/16"
Weight3lbs/ 9oz
Grip Length5-1/4"
Material1065 High Carbon Steel
EdgeUnsharpened
SharpeningAvailable
EngravingAvailable

REVIEWS

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Grip is a little narrow and blade was just a slight bit whippy for me.
- Robert, August 04, 2010
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This sword is great! Solid feel, strong blade, not whippy and grip is comfortable for me. Sheath and belt are beautiful. Blade is wicked sharp.
- William, October 27, 2010
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The sword itself is well made, im no expert but I feel that the metal grain should run the length of the blade rather than the width for strength, and though it is considered a bastard or hand an half sword, the handle is made for a good one handed long sword, other than that the sword is great well made, and put together properly still a good sword
- Matthew, July 03, 2011 | Verified Purchase
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Good overall craftsmanship. fittings on  scabbard and belt are not period, and I the sharpening left a wavy edge to the blade, hence the 4 instead of five stars.  handles well.  grip is sufficient for 1 adult hand, only by gripping the pommel would I dare consider this a bastard sword. not bad for the price, but i snagged it on sale.  
- Chris, April 04, 2013
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This sword was very well made as well as the scabbard. The only problem I found with it is that the edge of the blade is far to thin causing it to fold over, chip or dent in whenever you strikes something with it. If the blade was a little more substantial this would be an absolutely wonderful sword.
- Leif, December 20, 2013
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I've owned this sword for a year now, and it is a beautiful weapon. It is well balanced. The belt and scabbard compliment the blade nicely. A note of caution: this blade is very sharp, clean it carefully.  
- Jeffrey, February 02, 2015 | Verified Purchase
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I've owned this sword for more than a decade and am very well pleased with it's craftsmanship and overall quality. I ordered it sharpened and it remains as sharp today as it was the day I received it...! MuseumReplicas.com - the first choice for Medieval Replica weapons, armour and period clothing...! - F. Shelfer
- Frank, December 17, 2016
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