Here you will find a wide variety of functional European style Medieval and Renaissance swords that are battle ready. In the functional sword category you will find every functional sword located on Medieval Collectible's web site. All these functional swords are made by top manufacturers from around the world like Valiant Armoury, Windlass, Hanwei, and CAS Iberia. This makes it easy for the re-enactor, collector and performer to find the right functional sword they are looking for. Functional swords are made of high carbon steel and are made from the finest quality materials. These are the high quality swords designed to be used for combat, practice, re-enactments and stage use. These swords are historically accurate and are also great for sword collections. When not in use these functional swords are great for display in your home or office. Medieval Collectible has swords from all different Cultures and Eras, Scottish and Celtic to Roman and Greek as well as classic Medieval, like Excalibur's and Agincourts. We have Pirate Cutlasses, Claymores and William Wallace Swords, Bastard Swords, Civil War Sabers, Two Handed Swords, Broadswords, Hand and a Half Swords, German Swords, Viking Swords, Roman Gladius Swords, Scimitars and more.
This Viking sword is equal parts effective blade and elegant display. With its broad blade and its impressive hilt, this Norwegian Sword truly is a stunning example of how simple Viking weapons can be made into striking works of art.
The Tinker Pearce Sharp Norman Sword displays a distinctive cruciform guard and brazil-nut pommel. This sword is harmonically balanced, optimizing the cutting ability of its sharpened blade.
The original versions of this Confederate Troopers Sword (SNS134) were made by a number of Southern manufacturers. This economical sword carries the C.S.A. emblem on the ricasso.
This English Bastard Sword is named for the final battle that ended the Percy familys long revolt against Henry IV of England, that had involved so many knights, lords, and barons, all taking one side or the other.
Modeled after the Viking sword, this blade is suited for a respectable and strong Viking Warrior. Classic and historical in its design, the Warrior's Viking Sword with Scabbard is a straight-forward blade that was designed for war.
We are especially proud to bring you fully approved dress and drill sabers and swords. Each fine saber and sword is manufactured according to exacting government specifications and made available in four different blade lengths.
The Blunt Trainer longsword features nearly identical handling of its sharp companion, but with thick edges (2mm) and a rounded tip for safe sparring practice. Tinker Pearce has developed matching longswords to satisfy any sword need.
The elegantly simple lines of the Golden Oriole Daisho (SH1018, SH1019) have long been favored by admirers of the Japanese sword. Add the Golden Oriole Katana to your collection as a beautiful example of this style.
The celebrated Cawood Sword, named after its discovery location near Cawood Castle in England, is regarded as one of the finest and best-preserved examples of an 11th century Viking sword in existence.
Where would the seafaring rogue be without his trusty cutlass? This stout left handed sword is made to be as rugged as the originals and features a high carbon steel blade with a gorgeous brass basket and nice hardwood grip.
A Scottish broadsword, with its long, two-edged blade and distinctive basket hilt, when combined with targe and dirk, has proven to be more than a match for enemy soldiers on battlefields the world over.
The Twisted Claymore, named because of its distinctive grip, is patterned after the two-handed blades that were commonly used by the English and the early Scottish during their near-constant clan warfare and brutal border disputes.
When it came to your average warriors weapon, you were more likely to find something that was simple but impressively effective. That in mind, a Celtic warrior would likely have favored a blade like the Celtic Foot Soldier Sword.
Similar in design to the gladius, the spatha was a straight sword favored by Roman heavy infantry units. This 3rd Century Roman Sword is an ornate spatha, featuring long, straight edges that culminate into a vicious, angular point.
Taking a cue from the most experienced Indian swordsmen of the past, Cold Steel has combined a strongly British Light Cavalry blade with its hatchet point with a traditionally Indian hilt to create a distinctive Cold Steel Talwar.
The blade on this beautiful sword is crafted from high polished stainless steel and detailed appropriately, etched according to government specifications. This sword includes the government specified scabbard.
Our US West Point Sword features a high polished stainless steel blade that is detailed and appropriately etched according to government specifications. It also includes the government specified scabbard.
This gothic sword possesses an inherent character that is well suited for dark lords of all sorts. Of course, its name tells of the blades origin, and in that wraiths hands this Witchking Sword with Scabbard was nigh-unbeatable.
In 1917, the US Navy decided to replace its Model 1860 cutlass which had been in service for 57 years. Cold Steels modern recreation of the 1917 Cutlass is as authentic as possible, modeled after an original copy in a personal collection.
Our Crecy single-hand sword, celebrating the first major battle, in 1346, of the hundred years war between England and France, is styled after an early 14th century original.
This Medieval Knights Sword with Scabbard is the quintessential Type XIV sword, according to Oakeshott typology. While historically smaller than most swords of its day, it makes up for size with quickness and responsiveness.
This fine saber has a 1065 high carbon steel blade with full tang and is well tempered. This historically accurate saber was known as the Wrist Breaker. The model 1840 Cavalry Saber has a three branch brass guard and wire wrapped grip.
This sword predates the typical basket hilt Irish swords, although the lack of a basket hilt does not make this Early Irish Hilt Sword any less effective. In fact, this sword remains a viable option thanks to its blade design.
We are especially proud to bring you fully approved dress and drill sabers and swords. We know our fighting men ask for and deserve the very best, that is why we offer this saber for the U.S. Marine Corps that is government approved.
Aesthetically pleasing is a great way to describe this sword. Do not think for a second that this sword is a wall-hanger, because as nice as this Black Death Sword with Scabbard looks, it is also fully functional and battle ready.
Based on historical and fantasy concepts, this Fantasy Scimitar with Scabbard and Belt encompasses not only a pleasing visual aesthetic but also embodies the destructive cutting strength for which curved scimitars were so well known.
Warlords and warriors rejoice, this two handed battle ready sword for you! The barbaric lines of this mighty two handed fantasy sword has attributed to its wide appeal. The Warlord sword has a functional, flared, carbon steel blade.
The advantage of the sword point over the edge became increasingly evident by the end of the 16th century. The rapier, with its long, elegantly thin profile which emphasized its point, became the popular choice in civilian self-defense.
This Viking blade takes a few liberties with the historical design to create something appealing, as both a weapon and an artistic work. This Two Handed Viking Sword with Scabbard delivers on both iconic Viking art and hardy design.
The Landsknechte were a European mercenary company that consisted primarily of Germans trained with the use of pikes. When their signature weapon was unsuitable, many would wield this Landsknecht Katzbalger with Scabbard as a back-up.
Modeled on the Italian concept of sword design, the blade and balance slightly favors thrusting attacks, however, its cutting edges are astonishingly effective too and can deliver some down right ferocious blows.
Modeled after the typical Viking sword, this blade is a weapon fit for a Viking leader or warlord. Historical in its design, the Chieftain's Viking Sword with Scabbard is a straight-forward blade that was designed for battle.
Designed for multiple cuts in normal targets, the Practical Elite Katana combines the blade geometries and profiles of the Performance Series with the affordability of our Practical fittings.
For a warrior of note, status, and prestige, no simple sword will do. Such a warrior would require a blade worthy of their position, one that is grand in appearance yet functional. That weapon is this Guingate Sword with Scabbard.
Before he wielded Anduril, Aragorn wielded another sword as the ranger, Strider. Long, graceful, and powerful, this Ranger Sword with Scabbard recreates that blade, so any who wish to wield the weapon of a ranger can do so.
The gladius was the favored weapon of the Roman armies, and in trained hands, this blade became one of the most effective in history. The Pompeii Gladius Sword is modeled after the Pompeii gladius, which featured parallel edges.
The Sword of Malta is named for the battle in which the Knights of St. John turned back a huge Ottoman flotilla. This sword features a steel pommel with a deeply carved Cross of the Brotherhood, which symbolized their devotion.
This saber was favored throughout Russia, particularly by the fierce Cossack warriors who popularized its use. As a faithful Cold Steel reproduction of this sword, this Russian Shasqua Sword is as beautiful as it is battle-ready.
The Romans did utilize cavalry forces to decimate their foes from time to time, equipping them with this Roman Cavalry Sword instead of the gladius to ensure that every mounted warrior had the reach to strike foes while on the move.
The Arming Sword with Scabbard is a replica of the sword that became the traditional weapon of the knight, before the longsword. The weapon is a single-handed sword with a broad blade designed for cutting, slashing, and thrusting.
The Shamshir originated in Persia and spread throughout the former Ottoman Empire and beyond into India and even the Philippines. Its strongly curved blade was popular and absolutely ideal for delivering a devastating cutting stroke.
The Icelander Viking Sword with Scabbard is a piece based on the traditional style of sword that was common during the Viking age. The sword is hand forged for strength with 5160 high carbon steel and is fully functional as a result.
A warrior deserves a straight-forward weapon, and this Sword of Calisto delivers. Possessed of an old Grecian design, this sword features a leaf-shaped blade that would have excelled at delivering powerful cuts and devastating thrusts.
The Wind and Thunder Wakizashi works great for tameshigiri, the Japanese art of target test cutting that began in the Edo period. It has a thick, heavy blade and includes a gorgeous wind and thunder design.
The handsome Practical Plus Katana provides a very economical cutting sword as dependable as the Practical Katana (SH1070), but it uses more traditional fittings and construction methods.
Beauty and function meet and merge in this Torino Sword. Designed not as a historic replica but instead as a merger of styles, this sword features a number of historic designs into a plausible mixture of various sword designs.
The 1852 Prussian Sabre is impressive because it features terrific hand and wrist protection, in addition to a number of superior characteristics, which were retained from the original, including the stiff spine for thrusting ability.
This Spartacus Sword is a variant of the classic gladiator weapon, the dolch. This blade is stylized and more ornate, befitting the name of Spartacus, who was one of the most famous gladiators and rebels to ever challenge Romes authority.
Our eye-catching Bamboo Mat Katana features a chu-kissaki blade of Hanwei high-alloy HWS-2S steel, which combines its impressive performance with a striking O-choji hamon.
When it came to arming themselves, most Templars preferred the classic sword. This Templar Longsword recreates the design of just such a blade and it does so in fine, hardy materials, which ensures that this blade is the real deal.
The evolution of the sword has taken many roads. In Europe, the sword remained straight and gradually got thinner. In other places though, things were different. This Turkish Schmitar shows that some cultures preferred a curved blade.
The grosse messer was a German blade, designed to take the place of the sword as a side-arm. They were used by nobles and commoners alike, although This Messer Sword with Scabbard certainly has the look of a weapon fit for noble hands.
Based around the legend of Carpathians and vampires, this Carpathian Sword with Scabbard is a work of fantasy made into a battle-ready blade, one that any immortal swordsman or warrior of the night would be thrilled to wield.
This Migration Period Sword is based on a design that came out of 7th century Europe and was favored by many warriors of the age, although none more-so then the migrating Germanic tribes and the Norse warriors who came from the North.
We have named this hand and half sword for Sir Hotspur Percy and a battle. The fullers are engraved in Latin with the inscription Who lives in falsehood slays his soul, whose speech is false, his honor, something Hotspur took to heart.
It is easy to see why a blade like this would be coveted by many. Not only does this 17th Century Dussak with Scabbard feature an ornate and appealing look, but its hardy, wide blade allows for its wielder to strike with deadly power.
Inspired by history and creative imagination, this Ring Hilt Swiss Saber with Scabbard combines the single-edged design of the historic saber with a twist of fantasy as well as hardy materials, creating a unique and functional sword.
The common view of Vikings and their weapons being simplistic, utilitarian, and plain is instantly disproved by this 11th Century Viking Sword with Scabbard and Belt, which is ornate in its design, as well as hardy and strong.
Clean lines and a classic form make this sword quite the weapon, while its overall design is one of time-tested effectiveness. This Hand and a Half Knight Sword with Scabbard will impress many warriors with its power and precision.
The elegantly simple lines of the Golden Oriole Daisho (SH1018, SH1019) have long been favored by admirers of the Japanese sword. Add the Golden Oriole Wakizashi to your collection as a beautiful example of this style.
The gladius was the favored weapon of the Roman legion, and in trained hands, this short blade became one of the most effective in history. The Gladius of Mainz Sword is modeled after an early Roman gladius that featured a waisted blade.
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