One-handed sword of Konrad of Thuringia - battle ready!
This beautiful one-handed sword was made of spring steel (approx. 48 - 50 HRC). It was forged through to the pommel and riveted at the end of the hilt (not screwed). The quillon is slightly curved and the beautiful wooden hilt was decorated with diamond carving patterns. Decorative brass rings were added to both ends of the grip. The strong, octagonal pommel with cross motifs at the end completes the overall picture.
The scabbard with wooden core was covered with leather. In addition, a belt incl. buckle was attached, which is wrapped around the scabbard.
It was modeled after the sword of Konrad from Thuringia. He was Grand Master of the Order of German Knights from 1239 to 1240. The original piece is now on display in the German Historical Museum in Berlin.
Blade material: spring steel, heat treated
Rockwell hardness of the blade: approx. 48-50 HRC
Grip material: wood, brass bands, steel pommel and parry
total length: approx. 100 cm
Blade length: approx. 81 cm
Handle length: approx. 19 cm (handle section approx. 13 cm)
Blade width at the parry: approx. 5 cm
Blade thickness: approx. 2 mm
Center of gravity: approx. 12.5 cm before the parry
Weight: approx. 1.4 kg (approx. 2 kg with sheath)
Scope of supply: 1x one-handed sword of Konrad of Thuringia - battle Ready!