English two-hand sword

This is a copy of Wallace Collection sword A474, from around 1450. Though big, it is beautifully balanced for two handed use, allowing for sweeping cuts, and it must have been a fearsome sight having a knight swinging this huge sword coming at you across the battlefield. The grip is wood covered in leather, the hilt and fittings are steel, and the sword comes with a wood, steel, and leather scabbard. I love big swords, and this is a truly impressive example, one of the largest commercially available swords on the market today. (And it has blue leather wrapping the hilt and scabbard. "Blue leather on a sword, Mal. How cool is that?")

(original, courtesy of The Wallace Collection)

length: 57 1/4"
blade: 44"
blade width: 2" at base
blade width: 5/8" at 2" from tip
grip and pommel: 12 3/4"
guard: 12 1/8"
balance point: 3 1/4" from guard (!)
weight (sword): 4 lb 6.0 oz
weight (sword and sheath): 5 lb 5.5 oz

Discontinued and sold out