16th &17th Century English Rapier - Stage & Combat Sword
Item currently out of stock, but can be back-ordered for our next delivery.
Product Code: SACRS
Manufacturer: Southern Swords
£96.00 (INC. VAT)
Perfect for use in training, exhibition, stage and re-enactment.
This is a beautiful, well balanced, hand made sword specifically designed for combat and swordplay.
The blade is hardened EN45 spring steel with 3 mm thick broad impact edges and a blunt tip giving maximum safety levels as required by many of today's re-enactors, and training organisations
This is a beautiful, and historically accurate hand forged English Rapier.
Made for the re-enactor, stage and combat use and comes with a full tang that is peened riveted over the pommel.
Blunt For Stage & Combat Use
EN45 Spring Steel Blade
High Quality Construction
Overall Length 120cm
Blade Length 92cm
Blade Width 3.2cm
Grip Length 11cm
Sword Weight. 1.5kg
During the English Civil war period both mortuary swords with half basket type hilts and a variety of rapier styles were standard swords to be encountered on the battlefield. Many rapiers were to be found with heavier blades so that the sword was better suited to the rigours of warfare.
Price QualityTrevOrdered my rapier from Sue at southern swords on Tuesday arrived next day, can’t get better service than that.And it’s a nice sword too. Thanks Sue and co.
Price QualityTBeen swinging from chandeliers with this one I even bought a huge musketeer hat to go with it.
Sword is well balanced and sturdy.
Great service btw I ordered a 9 inch buckler with it and they sent me an email saying it was out of stock but upgraded me to a 12 inch no extra cost.
Price QualityDrama Student's DadOrdered for my drama student son. Too big in practice. Good response to telephone message, and we're sorting out the return / exchange.
Price QualityMattA decent sword and perfect for what it is intended to be. Very well constructed and sturdy and the point of balance is good, roughly 15cm as most authentic rapiers. The finish on the hilt is only every so slightly scratched and rough, but not a problem for those only intending to use it for dueling or stage combat purposes, but those who wish it for a display piece may be put off by this factor, but despite this it is still an attractive piece. Overall a very decent product.