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Two-Handed Swords

Two-handed swords were known as war-swords in the early Middle Ages and used to destroy an opponent’s shield, shear through mail, and damage helms. They were called great swords during the High Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The blades tended to be slightly longer than regular swords, and capable of damaging full plate armor to the point where the opponent’s movements were substantially impaired. Technically though, the two-handed sword belongs to the Renaissance. These swords were so big – around six feet long – that, unlike previous versions, it was only possible to wield them effectively with two hands. They were surprisingly light at 4–6 lbs and used to counter weapons like pikes and halberds. 

Museum Replicas’ collection of two-handed swords encompasses a wide variety of medieval period blades. Longswordswar-swordschoppersclaymores – we have them all. It’s not all history though; those inclined towards fantasy will love the Sword of Gandalf. Most swords in our selection are crafted of high carbon steel, which makes them extremely hard and able to retain an edge. Our swords adhere to stringent specifications and are a worthy homage to the weapons of the medieval and the Renaissance periods. Browse, pick one, and own the battlefield. 

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Hobbit Glamdring the Sword of Gandalf

This fantasy sword features a blade made of AUS-6 stainless steel. Exhibits solid metal hilt parts, faux blue jewel gemstones, and genuine leather-wrapped grip. Includes Overall length of 47-5/8 inches.

The Warbrand Sword

This light and versatile sword features a blade made of 1065 high carbon steel. Grip exhibits wooden scales and antique copper fittings. Overall length of 48 inches.

The Freedom Fighter Early Scottish Claymore

This two-handed Claymore has a blade made expertly of 1065 high carbon steel. Features leather-wrapped handle. Overall length of a massive 61 inches.

Man-at-Arms Italian Long Sword

This Italian longsword features a blade made of 1055 high carbon steel. Exhibits black wooden leather-wrapped handle and includes leather scabbard with blackened fittings. Overall length of 47 inches.

Bosworth Longsword

This longsword has a blade that is crafted of 1065 high carbon steel. Features darkened finish and extra wide tang. Certificate of Authenticity included. Overall length of 47-3/8 inches.
$284.95 $350.00

Hero's Warsword

This massive claymore includes a blade fashioned of 1065 high carbon steel. Features flattened cross section and cord-wrapped wooden grip. Overall length of 64 inches.

Man-at-Arms Grosse Messer Sword

This large German sword exhibits a blued steel 1055 high carbon blade with a classy gun metal finish. Includes scabbard with blued steel fittings. Overall length of 42-1/4 inches.

The Sword Excalibur

This sword has a high carbon steel sword blade and antique finished metal fittings. The two-handed grip and the wooden scabbard, are covered in soft blue leather. Overall 43 inches.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

Fine craftsmanship. Perfect for the collector. We take so much for granted today.
Reviewed by: mark, November 21, 2018

Review of: Hobbit Glamdring the Sword of Gandalf

Looks awesome! I ordered it on a whim and actually like it more than Orcrist. It looks really amazing. It’s a beautiful sword and sturdy. Well worth the price.
Reviewed by: Jon, November 18, 2018

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

I am extremely pleased with this sword. For me, it essentially serves a decorative purpose and exceeds in that capacity. The blued finish has a gorgeous detail that is difficult to make out in the website's pictures. Paired with the shining silver blade, it is a beautiful sword. I must state that while it spends most of its time on display, I did not want to hang any weapon that isn't functional as well; it feels good in-hand, arrives pre-sharpened, and while I've only cut pumpkins with it there was no problem there... I honestly thought I somehow missed the pumpkin, my first strike; it didn't move. This sword cleanly bisected it laterally into two halves! Very fun :) My only reservation is that while the sword arrives "scissor sharp", I am reluctant to attempt to further sharpen it due to wanting to preserve the beautiful blue-black finish.  I believe this is a terrific weapon for the price, and am completely satisfied with this purchase.
Reviewed by: Drew, October 09, 2018

Review of: The Sword Excalibur

Had this sword on pre-order for 10 months.  Worth the wait !  Remind me a sword from Tolkien universe.  Sword is lither than expected.
Reviewed by: Philippe, September 05, 2018

Review of: The Sword Excalibur

This sword is the very reason sword collecting is so exciting. Everything about this sword cries out to the serious collector.  no one could know what the Excalibur sword would have looked like, but having this in your hand makes you feel you have a piece of history. I had it sharpened and it was well worth the money. even the scabbard was awesome. Get the Money, get this sword. You will love it!
Reviewed by: James, July 23, 2018

Review of: Man-at-Arms Italian Long Sword

I've always had high regard for the Cold Steel brand but this one frankly surprised me with the level of quality and design at this price level.  They know how to manage offshore manufacturing -- assembly and finish are right up there.  The balance is superb, and the sword can be wielded comfortably in one hand if need be.   When I ordered it, I had reservations at first about an entirely blackened finish but can now  appreciate it from the maintenance standpoint.  If there's one downside, the only one I can think of is that although it came sharpened and with  "decent" functional edges,  it was not as sharp as I like swords to be.  Not a problem, it will be an easy job for me to hand-hone it to where I want it to be.    In terms of design, the blade is a very credible rendition of the Oakeshott Type XVIIIb, and the present hilt creates a point of balance 5 in. from the crossguard, so that it's responsive and points naturally.  The blade fits very well in its scabbard, which is made of thick leather with a sturdily-stitched seam, and a steel throat that matches  the crossguard perfectly.
Reviewed by: PHILIP, February 02, 2018

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

The Bosworth Longsword is well worth the price and the wait when on back order. I received this beauty and am very impressed with its handling and cutting ability. The thin blade makes slicing recovery superb and the action is fast. The supporting sections are beefy and well balanced, nothing loose or off center. Yet another great sword from the Windlass, say what you will about the over-seas manufacturing but they got it right on this one and the other two I own.
Reviewed by: David, December 27, 2017

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

My wife got one of these for my birthday - since I had been talking about them for a year, and I expected it to be a decent sword. I was mistaken, it is an excellent one! I am very impressed. The balance is very nice, making it fast and nimble. The grip is well designed and it handles well. I have handled other, much more expensive, blades and this one is better than most and half to one third( ) the price.

Please make a side sword for this line!!!

Reviewed by: Joshua, December 12, 2017

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

The sword feels great in the hand and is accurate in design with the exception of finish. The sheath is a nice addition for transportation. But the edge could have been much sharper, the angle was much to steep. Here is a video review https://youtu.be/uEiW-d-Gd-w.
Reviewed by: Lehi, September 04, 2017

Review of: Hero's Warsword

Fucking sweet sword bro
Reviewed by: Colby, May 12, 2017