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THORPE FALCHION, England, 1300 - 1320, sword fight reproduction
Reproduction based on the famous Thorpe Falchion, the sword made between 1300 and 1320 CE, probably of English origin, found in the sediments of the Yare River near Thorpe St. Andrew, England, in the 1833. The original is deposited in the Norwich Castle Museum.
- Material spring steel 54SiCr6, hardness approx. 50 - 52 HRC
- Overall length 77 cm
- Blade length 60 cm
- Blade SHARP/BLUNT
- Width of guard 12 cm
- Width of blade 4 cm
- Point of balance approx. 12 cm below the guard
- Weight 1.5 kg
- Sword by Wulflund