The Crusader sword is a superb fighting weapon. The sword blade is flat with two narrow fullers running down the blade. The fullers make the blade stronger and lighter for the knight to carry and an effective weapon against mail armour. The strong blow from the Crusader sword will cut chainmail, while the sharp point is effective at stabbing. The Crusader cross cast on the pommel is a symbol of both heroism and Christian faith. The Crusader Sword is a symbol of a Knight's Christian religion and the very instrument of God's will on earth. The image of the Knight and his sword will live forever through the sagas and tales of heroism during the Crusades from 1096 to 1291. It was believed that the personal courage, strength and renown of a knight could be absorbed by his sword, and that subsequent possession of a great warrior's sword would bestow the same distinction on a new owner of the sword. Our Crusader swords can be used for display or for battle re-enactments, each reproduction is created to the specifications of the original. The dimensions and weight are accurate on every piece so you get a medieval weapon that is actually balanced and fun to hold instead of just pretty to look at. Medieval times were sometimes brutal, sometimes romantic, but always a source of intrigue. We invite you to share in the experience of an era past with our collection of Crusader swords. All our Crusader Swords are expertly hand-crafted and authentic replicas! You can display them in your office, home or for Medieval Reenactments.
A crusader lived or died, by their blade, so as you can imagine, some took their swords very seriously. For pure efficiency, a sword in the style of this 12th C. Crusader Sword would have been favored, for its shape and its availability.
As armor improved, swords were forced to change. This 12th Century Medieval Sword with Scabbard is an example of how they changed, developing into larger blades that excelled at slashing, crushing, and thrusting, all to negate a foes armor.
As armour improved, swords changed. This 12th Century Medieval Sword with Scabbard and Belt is an example of how they changed, developing into larger blades that excelled at slashing, crushing, and thrusting, all to negate a foes armor.
The Acre Broadsword has been hand-forged by expert smiths with decades of experience, ensuring that it will make a fantastic weapon for your home armory. The functional sword is crafted from tough 1065 high carbon steel.
The Templars were established in the early 12th century following the First Crusade and were charged with protecting pilgrims on the way to the Holy Land. The knights of the religious military order favored a strong, beautiful sword.
Gladius Medieval style swords, like this Black Knights of Heaven Sword, have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorative pieces with their eye-catching details.
The knights of this religious military order favored a strong but beautiful sword. This reproduction features include a heavy simulated gold handle, hand guard, and fittings with a red simulated leather wrapped scabbard.
Hugues de Payens was a French Knight in the Champagne region and co-founder and Grand Master of the Knights Templar. At the request of Pope Urban II, he organized nine monk-knights to defend pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land.
The image of the knight and his sword will live forever through the sagas and tales of heroism during the Crusades (1096-1291) and it is easy to see why. These swords were highly valued and handed down from generation to generation.
The Crusader sword is one of the more easily recognizable swords, once you are close enough to see the cross on its wheel pommel. This Classic Crusader Sword offers a realistic option to finish off your medieval ensemble or display.
A typical crusader sword was usually an arming sword or a longsword, depending on the era and the crusader. This Crusader Cross Sword with Scabbard is a fantastic battle ready arming sword that features impressive crusades-era style.