13th Century Falchion

13th Century Falchion

Falchion based on a 13th century design.

Del Tin 5131.

  • Price: $370.00
  • Sale Price: $277.50

13th Century Falchion - Maciejowski Bible Godenak Chopper

13th Century Falchion - Maciejowski Bible Godenak Chopper

Falchion based on a 13th century design illustrated in the Maciejowski bible.

Del Tin 5134.

  • Price: $385.00
  • Sale Price: $288.75

English Cutlass

English Cutlass

Typical of swords carried during the 1600s and 1700s, this would also have been called a hanger.

  • Price: $130.00

German Falchion

German Falchion

Based on a circa 1250 to 1300 design. Very few original falchions still exist though its prevalence in Medieval art testifies to its popularity.

  • Price: $185.00

Hattin Falchion

Hattin Falchion

Falchions were a family of single-hand Medieval and Renaissance swords that included the Messer, Storta, Braquemart, Badelair and Malchus, among others.

  • Price: $325.00

Hungarian Saber

Hungarian Saber

Based on a circa 1500 design.

  • Price: $175.00

Late 15th Century Italian Falchion

Late 15th Century Italian Falchion

Falchion based on a late 15th century Italian design. It is based on one shown in several paintings by Italian artist Antonio del Pollaiuolo including Battle of the Nudes and St Michael and the Dragon.

Del Tin 6153.

  • Price: $400.00

Pirate Captain's Hanger

Pirate Captain's Hanger

Your pirate captain’s costume is incomplete without this hanger.

  • Price: $175.00

Pirates Companion Cutlass

Pirates Companion Cutlass

Where would the seafaring rogue be without his trusty cutlass?

  • Price: $165.00

Revolutionary War Hanger

Revolutionary War Hanger

Based on pieces from the late 1600s to early 1700s.

  • Price: $300.00

Russian Kindjal

Russian Kindjal

The Russian kindjal originated in the Georgian Republic of Russia, but was best known as a Cossack weapon.

  • Price: $79.95

Russian Shasqua

Russian Shasqua

Known first as a Cossack weapon that was used on horseback.

  • Price: $159.95

Scimitar

Scimitar

Based on a circa 1700 design. The original scimitar was called a shamshir, which meant "lion's tail".

  • Price: $235.00

Scottish Cutlass

Scottish Cutlass

Based on a circa 1690 design.

  • Price: $215.00

Scimitar

Scimitar

The deeply curved blade of this scimitar brings to mind the battles between the Saracen and Crusader. This blade is beautifully balanced for the Eastern dance practitioners.

  • Price: $210.00