One-Handed sword (Royal Armouries), show sword, SK-B, incl. sheath
This one-handed sword is a replica from the late Middle Ages, estimated to be circa 1310 AD and classified as Type XVIIIa according to Oakeshott typology. The Royal Armouries Museum displays the original in its halls.
Forged from hardened spring steel and tempered to a hardness of 49-51 HRC, this replica sword features a blade that is forged through to the pommel and riveted at the hilt end. The steel guard has rounded corners and the leather-wrapped wooden handle finishes with a disc pommel, also made of steel. The vegetable-tanned, dyed leather scabbard has a carrying strap wrapped around it.
The blunt, 2mm thick striking edges and rounded tip make this medieval sword a good choice for exhibition fighting or sparring.
Details one-handed sword (Royal Armouries), show sword, SK-B, incl. sheath:
Show fighting quality class: SK-B
Blade material: spring steel, heat treated
Rockwell hardness of the blade: approx. 49-51 HRC
handle material: wood with leather cover
Total length: approx. 94 cm
Blade length: approx. 76 cm
Handle length (with pommel): approx. 18 cm
blade width at the guard: ca. 4 cm
Blade thickness: approx. 2 mm
Weight: approx. 1,15 kg (approx. 1,5 kg with scabbard)
Scope of supply: 1x one-handed sword (Royal Armouries), show sword, SK-B incl. leather sheath with carrying strap