Polish or German Longsword, early 14thC
Polish or German Longsword, early 14th century, inspired by original examples from European museums.
Dark brown grip.
There is a group of longswords dated to 14th century with short crossguards, stiff and massive blade, similar to the famous Passau one in Brescia museum in Italy. However, in its earlier form, the blade here is a bit narrower with more paralel edges and slightly shorter grip. But the tip is also pointy and already designed for thrusting.
That would be another kind of an early longsword, however it already has proportions and the tip of the later swords (1380-1430).
The handling of this sword is excellent for two hands, gives you a full control of the tip and every move of the sword. But it is still good for powerful cutting.
total length 1160mm
blade length 900mm
blade width 51mm
blade thickness at the base 6mm