The Alexandria Sword with Scabbard is a replica of a 15th century original known as the Harriet Dean Sword, which vanished for 70 years. Made from 5160 high-carbon steel, this functional sword has a tapered, double-edged blade. It features a triangular shape and a central ridge. This style of blade is great for piercing and slashing.
Also, the Oakeshott XVIIIc-style blade has a dual-tempered construction with a Rockwell hardness score of 60 at the edges. At the base of the blade, there is an acid-etched copy of the original Arabic inscription. The inscription translates to Donation of al-Malik al-Muayyad Abul Nasr Shaykh for the Arsenal in the Frontier Town of Alexandria in the Year 822. The year listed is 1419 AD.
The Alexandria Sword with Scabbard continues with a cruciform crossguard. The tips of the crossguard arms curve towards the blade. It also has a central ridge. The hilt continues with a tapered, two-handed grip. Brown leather wraps around the grip. The hilt ends with a peened, disk-shaped pommel. Both the guard and pommel are steel.
Finally, this medieval sword comes with a brown leather scabbard. The scabbard has a metal chape. The Alexandria Sword with Scabbard is a great weapon for wielding at historical reenactments. You can also add it to a weaponry collection.
- Fully functional
- Replica of famous 15th century sword
- Triangular, tapered blade
- Comes with a scabbard
- Great for historical reenactments
- Blade is 5160 high-carbon steel
- Grip is wrapped in leather
- Guard and pommel are steel
- Scabbard is leather
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