Tudor Longsword

Tudor longsword

Product code: 30168264\1

Availability: In stock

Please note there is an extra shipping cost required for this product which will ship separately to ensure a secure and safe delivery. Our customer service team will be in contact to advise on this cost and confirm if you wish to proceed with your order. Unfortunately this item can not be shipped outside of the UK. Two-handed swords were one of several types of weapon used at tournaments for fighting on foot at the barriers. This example belongs to a group of English swords dating to the late 15th and early 16th centuries, although such swords remained in use until the mid 16th century. Probably English, about 1500; modern wooden grip and leather binding. This item is blunt and is for ornamental use only. Read More...
Please note there is an extra shipping cost required for this product which will ship separately to ensure a secure and safe delivery. Our customer service team will be in contact to advise on this cost and confirm if you wish to proceed with your order. Unfortunately this item can not be shipped outside of the UK. Two-handed swords were one of several types of weapon used at tournaments for fighting on foot at the barriers. This example belongs to a group of English swords dating to the late 15th and early 16th centuries, although such swords remained in use until the mid 16th century. Probably English, about 1500; modern wooden grip and leather binding. This item is blunt and is for ornamental use only.
£200.00
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    • Please note there is an extra shipping cost required for this product which will ship separately to ensure a secure and safe delivery. Our customer service team will be in contact to advise on this cost and confirm if you wish to proceed with your order. Unfortunately this item can not be shipped outside of the UK. Two-handed swords were one of several types of weapon used at tournaments for fighting on foot at the barriers. This example belongs to a group of English swords dating to the late 15th and early 16th centuries, although such swords remained in use until the mid 16th century. Probably English, about 1500; modern wooden grip and leather binding. This item is blunt and is for ornamental use only.

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