When you must defend your kingdom from enemy invaders, take up a sword like the Guinegate Sword against them on the battlefield. Made from 1065 high-carbon steel, this sword features a design based on an original sword from the time period of Maximilian I of Hapsburg. The sharpened sword has a double-edged blade that has a thicker center. This thicker center takes up three-fourths the length of the blade.
Next, the Guinegate Sword continues with a brass crossguard. The arms of the crossguard curve towards the blade. They have rounded tips. The crossguard has a pointed center that faces towards the blade as well. The center has multiple grooves on it. They create a rippled appearance from certain angles. Next, the hilt has a camel-bone hilt. There is a brass ring at each end and one in the middle of the grip. The hilt ends with a disk-shaped pommel. It has a raised eight-section design. Finally, this sword comes with a leather scabbard. The reddish-brown scabbard has a brass chape and throat. The throat attaches to an included belt that has matching brass detailing. This detailing continues the circular eight-section motif. Take the Guinegate Sword to your next reenactment. Wield it with one hand or two. You can also put this functional sword on display as a centerpiece in any collection.
- Has a curved crossguard
- Features a raised, circular pommel
- Comes with an elegant matching scabbard and attached belt
- Fully functional
- Great for reenactments or display
- Made from 1065 high-carbon steel
- Handle is brass and camel bone
- Scabbard is leather with brass fittings
- Overall Length: 40.5 Inches
- Length of the Blade: 33 Inches
- Width of the Blade: 1.5 Inches
- Thickness of the Blade at Center Ridge: 0.4 Inch
- Weight: 3 Pounds 7 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.