Crusaders rarely wielded excessively ornate weapons, instead favoring ones that were reliable and effective. This First Crusader Sword with Scabbard is a replica of the typical sword that might have accompanied a soldier during the First Crusades. Modeled after the arming sword that was common at the time, this sword possesses a straight-edged blade that features a deep central fuller that runs along the blade's spine. The guard is a straight cross-bar made of solid brass, which matches the spherical pommel. The grip is wrapped for comfort and to allow a sturdy hold when the blade is drawn, carried, or used. The sword measures approximately 41 inches long. Included with the sword is a matching scabbard for storing and carrying the blade. Of course, you can add this sword to Crusader costumes to add that touch of authenticity that you feel you might be lacking, or you can use it with any number of other warrior-esque looks. You could even put this First Crusader Sword with Scabbard on display, where others can admire the simple beauty of a historical sword.
Key Features A Simple Crusader's Arming Sword Features a Straight-Edged Blade with a Deep Fuller Pommel and Guard are Polished Brass Includes a Matched Scabbard A Fantastic Weapon to Include in Warrior Costumes or Knightly Looks
Measurements Overall Length: 41 inches