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German Pappenheimer
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Circa 1600
This type of light cut-and-thrust rapier is capable of lightening fast action.  The all steel basket is very stout and offers good hand protection while the steel pommel is highly decorative. The grip is covered in real black rayskin.  Scabbard included.

Note:  This is a one of a kind sample that did not made it into production.
  • Overall: 45-1/2"
  • Blade: 36-1/2" long, 1-1/16" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 3 lbs/3 oz




Joan of Arc Statue
This lovely statue depicts the patron saint of France after her victory at Orleans, raising both her sword and Oriflamme standard of France to God. Made of resin and metalized with an antique bronze and gold finish.
  • Measures 15" tall to top of flag
Templar Hooded Cape
This Templar cape matches our Templar tunic. Made in white cotton construction with a red velvet cross stitched to the left forearm area. A decorative rondel leather frog with snap closure secures the front and a hood completes the cape. One size. Dry clean only.
  • Overall length: 52"
The Conqueror Sword
Circa 1066
The year 1066 AD will forever be known as the turning point of British history with the Norman invasion, lead by Duke William “The Conqueror”, soon became the first Norman King of England. This magnificent sword represents the epitome of this heroic man. The long, wide fuller down the blade lightens the weight, making it a formidable weapon. The Brazil-nut shaped pommel has been inset with the battle cross of William, as well as the blade’s fuller. As legend goes, upon landing on the shores of England for the first time William fell flat on his face. Upon rising, he turned and said, “I have already grasped my Kingdom.” The straight hilt has been inscribed with this phrase in Latin: Jam Accepisse Regnum. Finally, the sturdy wooden grip has been covered in a deep, blood red leather and has been wound with a braided silver wire. Accompanying this fine blade is a wooden scabbard, covered in a brown leather and embossed with the cross of the Conqueror. A matching blood red belt with period ties is attached. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Can be sharpened for additional fee.
  • Overall: 37"
  • Blade: 30-1/2" long, 2-7/8" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 3 lbs / 6 oz
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Italian Short Saber
Circa 1610
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This unusually wide blade is capable of devastating heavy cuts to opponents. The steel parts feature a knuckle guard and curved quillions. The grip is wood and cord covered in leather.  The blade is from well tempered 1095 high carbon steel.  Scabbard included.

Note:  This is a one of a kind sample that did not made it into production.
  • Overall: 32-5/8"
  • Blade: 26" long, 2-3/8" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 3 lbs/6 oz