NORMAN, one-handed sword XIII. century

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(catalogue number: MSW213)

Medieval Sword inspired by 13th century swords with Cocked-hat Pommel. These pommels, classified by Petersen as Type Y, were used through the 11th and 12th centuries. During the 13th century this kind of pommel remained but became more massive. There are many examples throughout Europe:

  • 13th century manuscript from Goslar (about 1230)
  • a sword found in Hungary
  • a sword from Brunau
  • a sword of Ulrich von Regensburg in Zurich (grave-slab)
  • a mid-13th century sword, CopenhageN
  • More info: The Sword in the Age of Chivalry (Ewart Oakeshott)
  • Material: 54SiCr6 high carbon steel
  • Blade: sharp / blunt
  • Overall length: 91.5 cm
  • Blade: 76 cm
  • Width of blade: 4.5 cm
  • Width of guard: 21 cm
  • Width of blade 10 cm above point: 2.9 cm
  • Handle: 10 cm (leather part)
  • Length of pommel: 4 x 8.2 cm
  • Point of balance: 12 cm
  • Handmade collectible sword manufactured by Arma Epona Smithy, Czech Rep.
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