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Royal Armoury Collection

Limited Edition Royal Sword Collection

Most Authentic, Meticulously Crafted Premium Replicas Certified by the Royal Armouries

English 15th Century Falchion

Royal Armouries sword #IX.144. A late 15th century English infantry hanger that would have seen action in battles like Towton, Barnet, Tewkesbury and Bosworth. #501830

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English 15th Century Longsword

Royal Armouries Sword #IX.16. This is a reproduction of an early 15th century knightly longsword, the original of which is believed to have been found in the River Thames. #501831

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European 14th Century Arming Sword

Royal Armouries sword #IX.2141. The original sword was reputedly found in a peat bog together with another now in Rome and is unusually well preserved. #501834

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Holy Roman Empire 14th Century Longsword

Royal Armouries Sword IX.1106. The original, designated as IX.1106 by the Royal Armouries, is a mid-to-late 14th century knightly longsword, found in Lake Constance, where Austria, Germany and Switzerland meet. #501832

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English or French 15th Century Two-Handed Sword

Royal Armouries sword #IX.1787. This is a replica of a mid-15th century two-handed sword, or great sword. The original sword is believed to have been excavated in France, near the site of the Battle of Castillon. #501833

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English or 15th Century Single-Edged Arming Sword

Royal Armouries Sword #IX.2638. An unique single-edged arming sword of the mid-15th century, reputedly from the Castillon group of swords found in a river near London and purchased by the Royal Armouries in 1984. #501835

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We are excited to bring you the first six swords from our Royal Armouries collection! The Royal Armouries houses the United Kingdom's vast national collection of arms and armor; originally housed in the world famous Tower of London, the collection has been given more breathing room with the addition of a new, modern museum in Leeds (much of their collection can be viewed on their website: collections.royalarmouries.org).

Each of these swords has been developed under the guidance of the Master of the Armouries and the museum's team of researchers and curators, who meticulously measured and weighed each original sword and carefully and thoroughly examined these reproductions to ensure the construction and specifications match the original piece.

Each sword is crafted by highly skilled, experienced blacksmiths using traditional methods and modern 1080 high carbon steel to be better than the originals. Carefully packaged in an attractive box, each comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Master of the Armouries, Windlass Steelcrafts®, and Matt Easton, historical consultant.

English 15th Century Falchion

Royal Armouries sword #IX.144. A late 15th century English infantry hanger that would have seen action in battles like Towton, Barnet, Tewkesbury and Bosworth. #501830

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English 15th Century Longsword

Royal Armouries Sword #IX.16. This is a reproduction of an early 15th century knightly longsword, the original of which is believed to have been found in the River Thames. #501831

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Holy Roman Empire 14th Century Longsword

Royal Armouries Sword IX.1106. The original, designated as IX.1106 by the Royal Armouries, is a mid-to-late 14th century knightly longsword, found in Lake Constance, where Austria, Germany and Switzerland meet. #501832

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English or French 15th Century Two-Handed Sword

Royal Armouries sword #IX.1787. This is a replica of a mid-15th century two-handed sword, or great sword. The original sword is believed to have been excavated in France, near the site of the Battle of Castillon. #501833

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European 14th Century Arming Sword

Royal Armouries sword #IX.2141. The original sword was reputedly found in a peat bog together with another now in Rome and is unusually well preserved. #501834

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English or French Single-Edged Arming Sword

Royal Armouries Sword #IX.2638. An unique single-edged arming sword of the mid-15th century, reputedly from the Castillon group of swords found in a river near London and purchased by the Royal Armouries in 1984. #501835

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