Macleod clan sword from the film the Highlander, blade forged with stainless steel and manufactured at the Marto´s factory in Toledo (Spain). It´s an exact replica from the film. Comes with certificate of authenticity.
Wakizashi, also known as shoto, is a traditional Japanese short saber. Its shape is similar to that of the katana, although the edge is generally thinner. Samurai warriors often carried both with them, collectively calling them daisho, literally ´the long and the short´. The wakizashi was used from the beginning as a defense weapon for the samurai, when...
Solomon, King of Israel (X B. C.) was known and respected as a wise, just and powerful king. Stainless steel blade with gold and black motifs. It has David´s star on the pommel and the handle is beautifully decorated.
Replica of William Wallace´s sword in Braveheart. In Scottish history WILLIAM WALLACE is a national hero, banned by the English for killing one of them. He did not accept the treaty of submission to England signed in 1227 by the Scottish nobles, Wallace captured various English fortresses and in September 1297 inflicted a severe defeat on the English...
Gaius Julius Caesar (101 BC - 44 BC) was the best military and political head of state in ancient Rome. Acid engraved in gold and black. Damascene finish. Roman sword with stainless steel blade with engraved serial number.
Minamoto no Yoritomo dismissed the Heike clan and relocated its administrative base to Kamakura, organizing a form of government based on the Samurai regime, known as the "Kamakura Shogunate". Limited edition with serial number engraved on the stainless steel blade which is acid-etched in gold and black. Damascene finish.
This Champion Stage sword belongs to a set of historically researched swords developed for combat. In this sword both authenticity and durability are mixed; This sword allows to strike and shine at the same time. Very popular in Europe, these swords and rapiers from the Windlass Stage Combat Collection have a thick edge and a rolled-up tip essential for...
This Conan dagger is the must-have weapon for the king of all barbarians. This oversized dagger has a 1065 high carbon steel blade, antique brass pommel and guard, and a leather covered handle. Ships in a wooden display box.
The nihonto, more commonly known in the west as katana, is the weapon most closely related to the samurai and was even considered during the Edo period as "the soul of the samurai". A samurai never abandoned his sword, even in times of peace. The best gift a samurai could receive from Sudaimyo was a sword forged by a celebrated master. The katana or...
The Mandoble of the Catholic Kings is a replica of the sword used by Fernando II in the fights on behalf of his wife Isabel I. Within the history of Spain, it is one of the most spectacular swords. This is the mythical sword with which King Fernando and Queen Isabel knighted Christopher Columbus.
Sword to use with both hands, known as the Mandoble of Charles V. Engraved with the coat of arms of the Habsburg and those of the Empire of Castile-León-Granada, Aragon-Sicily, Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Flanders and Tyrol. Charles I of Spain and V of Germany was known in his time as the Emperor because no king ever managed to assemble under his command...
Sabre of non-commissioned officer of the Spanish Army. Brass guard, nickel plated. Polished stainless steel blade, engraved and finished in accordance with Spanish government specifications. Includes scabbard.
Charles I of Spain and V of Germany called "Caesar". He inherited kingdoms from his four grandparents: Castile, Aragon, America, Naples, Sicily, Flanders and Austria. In 1519 he was crowned Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, going on to rule the greatest kingdom in Europe since the time of Charlemagne.
Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, a man of high military prestige at the time of the Catholic Kings (15th and 16th centuries), achieved his first exploits in the conquest of Granada, standing out mainly in the campaigns of Sicily and Naples, nicknamed the Great Captain there for his excellence in the art of war.
The Colada Sword is one of the swords of the 11th century Castilian knight Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, known as the Cid Campeador. It is a beautiful reproduction for collectors in stainless steel. Hidalgo y guerrero castellano, que al frente de su propio ejercito llegó a dominar prácticamente todo el Oriente de la Península Ibérica a finales del siglo XI....
Replica of the legendary "Joyeuse", considered the sword of Charlemagne since the 13th century and currently in the Louvre museum. Used in the coronation of all the kings and emperors of France. The blade is made of stainless steel and the hilt of bronze.
La Tizona or Tizón is one of the swords (together with Colada) that tradition or literature attributes to the Cid Campeador, Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (1043-1099). According to the "Cantar de mio Cid" (1200) the Cid obtained it after defeating King Búcar of Morocco in Valencia to give it later to the Infantes of Carrión for the wedding with his daughters.
The falcata is a steel sword originating from Iberia prior to the Roman conquest. Praised by the Romans for its cutting capacity and flexibility. Zamak hilt with silver finish and grip decorated with faux ivory. Stainless steel blade.
The falcata is a steel sword originally from Iberia which predates the Roman conquest. After the first battles in the Iberian Peninsula, the Roman troops were ordered to reinforce the edges of their shields with iron to counteract the cutting power of the falcatas. Stainless steel blade and zamak hilt finished in bronze with the grip in ivory imitation.
Excalibur is the most accepted name of King Arthur´s legendary sword. There are several theories regarding the origin of its name. One of the most accepted is that it comes from the Latin "Ex Calce Liberatus", "Released from the Stone". Others consider that Excalibur means "Cutting the Steel", referring to one of its many magical properties.
Knighted by King Arthur, Sir Lancelot became one of the most famous and legendary characters on the "Round Table". The blade is made of stainless steel and the hilt is finished in bronze with the pommel decorated with a lion.
The barbarians according to history, legends and films were the tribes of Slavic, Germanic and Frank origin that swept through Europe between the 3rd and 8th centuries. This sword is finished in bronze and has a fullered stainless steel blade; the hilt represents a winged dragon with two heads.
Erik Thorvaldsson, the discoverer of Greenland, was born in Norway in 950. The son of Thorvald Asvaldsson, he was exiled with his family to Iceland where they began a new life. The nickname "the red" most likely refers to the colour of his hair.
Roland was an historic commander of the Franks in the service of Charlemagne. He died in the battle of Roncesvalles at the hands of the Vascones on 15th August, 778. Legend has it that with a blow of his sword Durendal, he opened a pass in the Pyrenees known as "La Brèche de Roland".
La Tizona is a 16th century Spanish style sword well known and appreciated throughout Europe, used by the captains of the Tercios of Flanders and the Conquistadors of America. It stands out for its cup-shaped guard with fretwork.
Alfanje of the Hispanic Arabian al-janyar, "the dagger", denominates a single-edged sword with a broad curved blade used in the Iberian Peninsula, part of the Mediterranean and Italy during the Middle Ages and until the Renaissance. In ancient Castilian it was also known as "terciado".
Templar Sword of the Order of the Knights Templar, inspired by the Spanish swords of the time of Philip II for the openwork design of the blade. Silver hilt with gold damascene details. Garnet velvet grip. Pommel with the seal of the Templar Order. Cross with the inscription of the Knights Templar in Latin SIGILUM MILITUM XPISTI.