Pappenheimer Rapier With Wire-Wrapped Grip
The rapier was mainly a civilian duelling sword in the 16th century.
This "Pappenheimer" sword has a basket-shaped guard that protects the hand.
This rapier takes its name from Gottfried Heinrich zu Pappenheim who was a Field Marshall of the 30-years-war.
It features a non-sharpened blade made of high carbon steel, a sharp point and a wire-wrapped grip.
The scabbard is made of leather-wrapped wood and has a throat and chape made of metal.
Blade Material: high carbon steel
Overall Length: approx. 114 cm
Blade Length: approx. 92 cm
Handle Length: approx. 15 cm
Weight: approx. 1600 g
Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.
We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18.
Upon ordering please email us a copy of your driving licence or passport as proof of i.d.
Shipping Weight: 2.20 kg