Oakshott Type XVIa sword from The Royal Armouries collection. IX. 1084. Formely D’Acre Edwards
The sword we have chosen dates back to 1300-1325, and was allegedly found in Germany in the river. The condition of the find is good, but corrosion at the edges is noticeable. White wood hilt — modern. The dol is pretty narrow.
When reproducing this sword, we did not set ourselves the task of making a copy, but to make the same sword but slightly resizing it in accordance with the requirements of the customer. The tip is slightly changed in order to meet the safety requirements of festivals. The source we relied on was the book of Records of the Medieval Sword by Ewart Oakeshott.