Guinegate Sword of Maximilian I with Scabbard
Late Medieval Guinegate Sword
A reproduction of the famous sword which was assumed to have been carried by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. in the Battle of Guinegate in 1513.
Due to the fact that the French cavalry stampeded from the battlefield in utter confusion, this battle is also known as the Battle of the Spurs.
This replica features a lovely bone hilt. The grip rings, the disc-shaped pommel and the distinctive guard (bent towards the blade) are made of solid brass. The locket and chape of the matching leather scabbard are made of brass also.
Material: blade forged out of high carbon steel, hilt made of bone and brass
Overall length: approx. 95 cm
Blade length: approx. 78.5 cm
Weight (with scabbard): approx. 1500 g
Including a matching leather scabbard
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Shipping Weight: 2.00 kg