It should come as no surprise that we have a lot of swords. And in offering so many swords, we have several that fall into the same style of sword. Heck, we offer so many swords that sometimes our swords wind up having the same name, with the only difference being in minute details on the weapon as a whole! So to make your searching easier, we have made a Swords by Name category that sorts each sword by its name and style. So if you want a long sword and did not want to bother looking through each and every sword to find the ones you like, you can skip that step, come here to our Swords by Name section, and view only our long swords; the same can be done with dozens of other styles, including hand and a half swords, bastard swords, short swords, arming swords, great swords, claymores and flamberges. And if you are looking for swords that feature the same influences, you will still find them here. So even if you just want swords that are all Robin Hood swords or all Templar swords or Masonic swords we have those here. If you have got a specific type of sword you want or need then you can find it quick, here at our Swords by Name category.

Bastard Swords
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Bastard Swords were developed in the mid 1400's as a form of long-sword with specially shaped grips for one or two hands. These swords typically had longer handles which allowed use by one or both hands. Bastard swords are also known as Hand-and-a-half swords. The sword's hilt often had side-rings and finger rings to defend the hand, and a more slender, or tapered, narrowly pointed blade. Bastard swords continued to be used by knights and men-at-arms into the 1500's,and for a time, enjoyed the civilian side-arm role that would later be superseded by the side sword and rapier. The hilts of German bastard swords before the middle of the 16th century were basically cruciform, with long straight or curved quillons, ring guards, and one or two arms of the hilt. In some later types a more developed guard included two knuckle bows connected by a loop, all looking not unlike a basket hilt. From the early 16th century, the hilts of the Swiss bastard swords were provided with knuckle guards as well as with recurved quillons and ring guards. It was also the time when saw a new lasting form of the Swiss bastard sword, which had a slightly curved blade and an asymmetrical pommel often shaped like a bird or animal head. Bastard swords, like many later long-swords, also made use of the technique of "pummeling", in which their rounded or plum-shaped pommel is partially held in the palm of the second hand. Their method of use also differed by the addition of a "compound-hilt" of side-rings and finger-rings. These were later called finger-rings or annelets, and side-rings or anneus. The addition of these extra bars and guards developed as a result of a new method of gripping which came into use. Improved point-control for thrusting into armor openings was gained by wrapping the index finger around the cross-guard. Gripping in this manner required more protection for the exposed fingers and necessitated the development of the close or compound-hilt. Warriors were also going more and more without heavy gauntlets and these newer hilts offered greater hand protection, particularly against intensifying attacks by thrust. The close-hilt offered superior defense and was used on many bastard-swords, some long-swords and even two-handers. Our Bastard swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Bastard swords. All our Bastard Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Claymore Swords
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The claymore sword is one of the most recognized swords in history. Claymore is a term derived from the Gaelic claidheamohmor, meaning "great sword." Claymore was first used to describe the large cross-hilted broadsword used in the Scottish Highlands and by Scottish mercenaries in Ireland from the late 15th to early 17 century. Several Scottish literary references indicate that the term "claymore" was applied by Gaelic speakers in the Highlands to both the old-fashioned, two-handed sword and the characteristic Scottish basket-hilted sword of the early 18th century. The average claymore sword length is about 55inches. Being since the sword was so huge, the swordsman need no shield which gave the impression and symbol of pride and strength. The claymore was a favorite weapon of the Highlanders of Scotland because it gave a fearsome presence on the battlefield. Our Claymore swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Claymore swords. All our Claymore Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Crusader Swords
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The Crusader sword is a superb fighting weapon. The sword blade is flat with two narrow fullers running down the blade. The fullers make the blade stronger and lighter for the knight to carry and an effective weapon against mail armour. The strong blow from the Crusader sword will cut chainmail, while the sharp point is effective at stabbing. The Crusader cross cast on the pommel is a symbol of both heroism and Christian faith. The Crusader Sword is a symbol of a Knight's Christian religion and the very instrument of God's will on earth. The image of the Knight and his sword will live forever through the sagas and tales of heroism during the Crusades from 1096 to 1291. It was believed that the personal courage, strength and renown of a knight could be absorbed by his sword, and that subsequent possession of a great warrior's sword would bestow the same distinction on a new owner of the sword. Our Crusader swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Crusader swords. All our Crusader Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Excalibur Swords
Excalibur Swords (26)

The word Excalibur means "cut steel", is a well known named legend, the story of King Arthur. The "Sword in the Stone" legend is of Arthur drawing the sword out of the rock first appeared in Robert de Boron's tale called Merlin. The sword that was in the stone was called Excalibur and Merlin the wizard proclaimed, only one shall be able to remove the sword from the stone, and that person would be the next king. Arthur pulled the sword out of the stone and took it to the cathedral to the holy altar. King Arthur and his noble Knight of the Round Table would defend the Truth and Justice. When King Arthur dies he tells Sir Bedivere, Sir Griflet in the Post-Vulgate, to return the sword to the Lake. Another version of the story is that Excalibur broke the first sword in a fight with King Pellinore. Then a new sword from the Lady of the Lake was made and was called the true Excalibur. The legend and myth of the Excalibur Sword will always appeal to both children and adults every in the world. Our Excalibur swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Excalibur swords. All our Excalibur Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Falchion Swords
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A falchion is a medieval single handed, one edged sword of European origin. The Falchion sword may come from a French word for a sickle, "fauchon". The back of the sword is either straight or somewhat concave and the edge is convex curve. Falchion swords can be seen in Medieval art being used against lighter armors by infidels as well as footman and even knights. The weapon is entirely European and was derived from the Sax. Some historians say the sword is related to the Dark Age long knife, seax or scramanseax. Some Falchions are shaped like a large meat cleaver or machete. Falchions are found in different forms from around the 11th century up to and including the 16th century. The Falchion sword is thought to be primarily a peasant's weapon and was used in everyday life when not in battle. There are very few actual Falchion swords that have survived to the present day. Our Falchion swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Falchion swords. All our Falchion Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Great Swords
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Great swords are infantry swords which cannot be used comfortably in a single-hand. The term "great-sword" has come to mean a form of long-sword that is still not the specialized weapons of later two-handed swords. While there is some overlap in terms as great swords are sometimes (correctly) called "two-handed swords", it is not historically correct to refer to all "two-handed swords" as great swords. Great swords were for the most part scaled-up versions of the contemporary long-sword with size being the main distinction: both were considered war swords but the great sword could not be used with one hand. These were exclusively infantry weapons and could not be used in conjunction with a shield. While terms do overlap, it is certain that great swords usually sported longer, heavier blades. Even 18th century broad swords - the curved-blade variety, akin to a thick sabre - could be referred to as great swords, though the term is used nearly exclusively for straight two-handed swords of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Therefore, great sword is best regarded as a generic term, and it is important to remember that great is relative. Blade shapes ranged from "flat and wide" to "narrow and hexagonal" to "diamond shaped". Great swords were capable of facing heavier weapons such as pole-arms and larger axes, and were devastating against light armour. Long, two-handed swords with narrower, flat hexagonal blades and thinner tips were an evolutionary response to plate-armour. Our Great swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Great swords. All our Great Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Knight Swords
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The Knight sword also call the knightly sword was used in from the 12th through the 14th century. The knight sword has simple straight cross guard and round disc style pommel. A wide fuller blade made it a very fast and maneuverable sword making it awesome cutting power while increasing thrusting ability. The knightly sword retained enough lightness that it could be swung easily in one hand from horseback, but allowed the warrior to use the blade in two hands while on foot during hand to hand combat. This feature made the blade very easy to move quickly and very powerfully with relatively little effort. These new features of the knight sword made it an effective weapon against mail armour in the 13th century making it the most popular sword in battles. The knight sword is depicted in period artwork more than any sword at that time. Many sword enthusiast have the knight sword as part of their medieval collection from the Middle Ages. Our Knight swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Knight swords. All our Knight Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Long Swords
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Long swords were weapons used mainly during the middle and late Medieval period. Long swords are both an offensive and defensive weapon and can be used for parries and deflections, as well as, cuts and thrusts. Cuts with a long sword are delivered either as slices or as extremely powerful chopping blows. Although it is primarily used with two hands, a long sword is still capable of being wielded with a single hand, allowing the off hand to be used for grappling, punching, and grabbing an opponent or his sword. Advances in armor technology toward the end of the Medieval period, specifically plate armor, decreased the protective need for a shield and thus freed up the off hand. Because of this, special techniques called half-swording were developed. Half-swording generally involves holding the blade of the sword in the second hand, which enables greater point control and increased thrusting power. This in turn enables the long sword to puncture heavy armor and stab into the joints and gaps between plates. Long swords were also known as war swords of the 14th and 15thcenturies. Typically 4'-4.5' long and weight between3-4 lbs, the long sword was designed with a simple cruciform hilt and a straight blade that was double-edged. The long sword was reserved as a battle sword(typically hung from the saddle as opposed to be worn on the belt) and not used in friendly joust competitions. Long swords were larger versions of typical one-handed swords, except with stouter blades. They were "longer swords", as opposed to single-hand swords, or just "swords". In combat, knights developed an offensive move involving the hitting of an opponent repeatedly with the butt of his long sword (the "pummel", back of the handle), which is where we get the term, "to pummel someone." Our Long swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Long swords. All our Long Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Masonic Swords
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The Masonic sword had several meanings and symbols. The Square symbolizes things of the earth, and it also symbolizes honor, integrity, truthfulness, and the other ways we should relate to this world and the people in it. The Compasses symbolize things of the spirit, and the importance of a good and well-developed spiritual life, and also the importance of self control - of keeping ourselves within bounds. The G stands for Geometry, the science which the ancients believed most revealed the glory of God and His works in the heavens, and it also stands for God, Who must be at the center of all our thoughts and of all our efforts. The Masonic sword is a centerpiece of a group called the Freemasons. The Freemasons were a group of stone workers, craftsmen, blacksmiths and architects, that worked for the material and moral improvement of humanity. Their motto, "What You Make, Makes You", succinctly defines their purpose and character. Our Masonic swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Masonic swords. All our Masonic swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Richard The Lionheart Swords
Richard The Lionheart Swords (10)

Richard the Lionheart, son of Henry II, was one of the great warrior kings of England from 1189 to 1199. Richard the Lionheart's real name was Richard Plantagenet. Richard also earned another nickname The Absent King because he spent only six months in England during his reign as king. He was a chivalrous knight and a brave warrior during his reign as king gave him that nickname Richard the Lionheart or Coeur de Lion. Richard I was riding next to a castle without protection and was shot by a bowman with an arrow. He refused treatment for the wound which got an infection and Richard the Lionheart died on April 6, 1199. Richard was buried in the Fontvraud Abbey in Anjou France. His name has reached epic and mythological proportions and is best seen in literary works such as Robin Hood and Sir Walter Scott's novel Ivanhoe. Our Richard the Lionheart swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Richard the Lionheart swords. All our Richard the Lionheart Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Short Swords
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The Short Sword also called arming sword refers to the single handed cruciform swords of the Middle Ages. After the 14th Century the short sword was hung from the belt of the knight, while the long sword hung from the saddle. The Short sword was designed primarily as cutting weapons to shear through mail and/or armor, these weapons were big but by no means unwieldy. Short swords typically were used with a shield or buckler. They were the standard military sword of the knight (merely called a war sword) until technological changes led to the rise of the long sword or bastard-sword during the 14th century. After these longer swords came into use, an short sword would be kept as a backup, for use when the longer swords were not available. This sword is thought to have directly lead to the development of the side-sword of the Renaissance. Short swords or Arming swords can also be classed as "riding-swords" (also "parva ensis" or "epeecourte"). It is this single-hand form which is so closely associated with the idea of the "knightly sword or knight's sword". The short sword is often distinguished a longer, thrusting, "anti-armor" blade from a one-handed "cut and thrust" type. Our Short swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Short swords. All our Short Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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Templar Swords
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The Knights of Templar is a group of nine men who dedicated their services to the king and to God, to protect sojourners during their pilgrimages to and from the sacred land. The Knights Templar formed near the end of the First Crusade, around 1112. These Knights were very poor and only lived in poverty. As they became more powerful knightly order, they became extremely wealthy individuals. Then around the 14th century, the French monarchy drove the Knights of Templar out of existence. The Templar sword has a blade style of its Viking ancestors. The edges of the Templar blade run parallel for most of the blade length, until finally tapering to a round point. The Templar sword penetrate leather and Chainmail armour because of the shape of the blade. Many blade collectors possess the Templar sword because of its holy statue from the Middle Ages. Our Templar swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Templar swords. All our Templar Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.

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