This typifies the classic knightly sword that developed during the age of the Crusades. Typically, examples date to the second half of the 13th century. A defining characteristic is a long, wide blade with parallel edges, ending in a rounded or spatulate tip. The blade cross section has the shape of a lens. The grips, longer than in the earlier types, typically some 15 cm (almost 6 inches), allow occasional two-handed use. The cross-guards are usually straight, and the pommels Brazil-nut or disk-shaped.
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Fire and Steel crusader's longswords are built to sustain impact from actual combat. Modelled after those found in the crusades in the 13th century. 100cm. 1060 High carbon steel blade with zinc alloy fittings. Can be fully disassembled for maintenance. Comes with high quality wooden sheath. Part of our battle-ready line of swords.