St Georgius II, 14thC.
This is the second version of my own design sword and scabbard, based on a few 14th century examples and historical sources.
This version according to the custom wishes, is more related to England, including English ccrests of arms elements, like three lions, rose and cross. There is also St Georgius flag and shield depicted with red cross on white field.
This time I use also the buckle and some different method of assambling the belt.
On the fullers you can see etched inscription in latin:
+ CLAMOR. DEUS PRO HENRICUS. ANGLIAE ET SANCTI GEORGIUS +
which means: 'Cry. Lord for Henry. England and St George.'
Etching inscriptions starting to appear from around 1400 as decorations on swords and are not very common.
On the scabbard we can see also latin inscription - fragment of Psalm 50.
'Cor mundum crea in me, Deus:
et spiritum rectum innova in visceribus meis.' ...
'Create, O God, in me a clean heart
and renew in my chest invincible spirit!'...
Blade width 62mm
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Scabbard video preview: