Celebrating the medieval monarch, the Henry V Sword takes its design from a pre-1422 original held at Westminster Abbey. Made from 5160 high-carbon steel, this functional sword has a double-edged blade. To begin with, a central ridge runs down the length of the hollow-ground blade.
The full-tang sword continues with a curved crossguard. The ends of the guard curve towards the blade. Also, grooves adorn the guard next to a central ridge. Then, the hilt continues with a wooden grip. Black leather covers the grip. Furthermore, the hilt ends with a disk-shaped pommel. It has an inset center.
Finally, this sword comes with a matching scabbard. Black leather covers the wooden scabbard. It has a steel chape and throat. Altogether, this medieval sword makes a great weapon for a battlefield. Wield it at your next reenactment.
- Fully functional
- Features a double-edged blade
- Curved crossguard and disk-shaped pommel
- Great for reenactments
- Comes with a scabbard
- Made Of 5160 high-carbon steel
- Guard and pommel are solid steel
- Scabbard is leather
Richard M. –
This is about the best replica Henry V sword (dollar for dollar) that can be found. That being said, the only better replica would cost well over twice the price! We can’t all afford an $800 replica, but this is is pretty close, and affordable for regular folks.
It’s not a world class replica, but it’s well worth the price.