Longsword reproductions

SHARP and POINTY longsword

Length of the blade: 96 cm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 36 mm
Thickness of the blade at the crossbar: 8 mm
Crossbar: 20 cm
Length of the handle: 27 cm
Pommel: Flat and oval shaped
Width of the pommel: 46 mm
High of the pommel: 40 mm
Weight: 1350 gramms
Point of balance: 12 cm from the crossbar (the original result is 15 cm)

SHARP and POINTY longsword SHARP and POINTY longsword

SHARP and POINTY longsword

The original one to be found at The MAM (The Martial Art Museum), founded by Roberto Gotti.

Ottó-sword reproduction 2015

Length of the balde: 78 cm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 40 mm
Length of fuller: 240 mm
Width of the blade at 10 cm from the tip: 22 mm
Crossbar: 170 mm
Length of the handle: 195 mm (including pommel)
Weight: 1040 g
Point of balance: 100 mm far from the crossbar

Münich-type longsword reproduction2014

Length of the blade: 935 mm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 40 mm
Length of the handle: 300 mm devided square with black leather grip
Pommel: Münich II. type
Length of the crossbar: 240 mm with back-folded endings
Point of balance: 75 mm far from the crossbar
Weight: 1420 g

 

Münich-type SHARP longsword reproductions 2014

SHARP Münich-type longsword with BLACK grip,
slightly peakier than the other below
Length of the blade: 933 mm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 40 mm
Width of the blade 10 cm from the tip: 15 mm
Length of the crossbar: 240 mm
Length of the grip: 310 mm
Weight: 1330 g
Point of balance: 70 mm far from the crossbar

SHARP Münich-type longsword with BROWN grip,
Length of the blade: 933 mm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 40 mm
Width of the blade 10 cm from the tip: 17 mm
Length of the crossbar: 240 mm
Length of the grip: 320 mm
Weight: 1420 g
Point of balance: 68 mm far from the crossbar

 

Reproduction of Frigyes Taranti's sword
Oakeshott XVII type sword

Length of the blade: 935 cm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 42 mm
Width of the blade 10 cm from the tip: 16 mm
Length of the handle including pommel: 245 mm
Pommel size: 60 mm diameter
Length of the crossbar: 265 mm
Point of balance: 75 mm far from the crossbar
Weight: 1550 g

The original sword can be found in the Museum of Lenzburg Castle.

The process of reproduction can be read HERE.

THIS SWORD IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR ORDER!

 

Sword for armoured combat

(Mark the grip on the middle of the blade for half-swording)

Made after an exact museal sword, which can be foung in Vienna, Austria.
This sword is not a 100% replica for the museal one has thicker blade.

Length of the blade: 100 cm
Width of the blade next to the schilt: 34 mm
Width of the schilt: 6 cm
Length of the schilt: 55 mm
Length of the grip including the pommel: 30 cm
Length of the crossbar: 25 cm
The area, which can be held on the blade is: 34 cm far from the crossbar
The area, which can be held on the blede is: 12 cm long
Weight: 1695 g
Point of balance: 75 mm far from the crossbar

 

Oakeshott XVIIIb reproduction, München Museum replika

My aim was to make a longsword replica without embellishment.

Original museal longsword

Self made XVIIIb reproduction

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Albrech Dürer, Knigt, Death and the Devil (1513)

 

Lichtenauer - Talhoffer sword (c 1420 - c 1490)
2014 version of the sword

LIECHTENAUER - TALHOFFER sword 2014 BLUNT

Length of the blade: 92 cm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 48 mm
Width of the blade 10 cm from the tip: 14 mm
Length of the handle including pommel: 255 mm
Pommel size: 60 mm diameter
Length of the crossbar: 240 mm
Point of balance: 85 mm far from the crossbar
Weight: 1520 g

 

LIECHTENAUER - TALHOFFER sword 2014 SHARP

Length of the blade: 92 cm
Width of the blade at the crossbar: 48 mm
Width of the blade 10 cm from the tip: 13 mm
Length of the handle including pommel: 255 mm
Pommel size: 60 mm diameter
Length of the crossbar: 240 mm
Point of balance: 80 mm far from the crossbar
Weight: 1510 g

 

 

Lichtenauer - Talhoffer longsword (c 1420 - c 1490)

My aim was to make a sword as close to the early Lichtenauer tradicion, as possible. I used the manuscipt Danzig and museal Oakeshott XVa swords from 14. century.

Sceme for the sword with precise propotions

Self made replica

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Peter von Danzig /1452/ (MS 1449 manuscrip)
Johannes Liechtenauer

 

Royal longsword of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilien the 1st (1459-1519)

This massive longsword was ordered by Dreynschlag fencing group collaborating with the Museum of Royal Armouries Vienna as a present for Fabrice Cognot, who arranged the main HEMAC event in Dijon in 2011 for the 10th time.

The blade is nearly 1 cm thick at the crossbar. The crossbar and the pommel are wrapped in 24 carat gold. The handle is leather made antic. The blade is made of hardened steel.

Self made longsword replica

Original museal sword