14th century one-handed sword - this sword is based on a few museum examples, including pommel engravings, which presents the coat of arms of the Luxembourg noble.
On the blade is inscription - an initial letters, still unexplained, taken from another museum sword -
+ RCANSDICANSDICANSDICANI +
The blade was remaded from another sword made by me, used in training, also good for horseman.
The blade has some marks after using: some nicks or scratches, which give more character to this sword.
Scabbard and belt is newly made with 14th century fittings.
full lenght 950mm
blade lenght 780mm
blade width 38mm
grip lenght 105mm