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Red Dragon Combat – Oakeshott XIV Sword

Red Dragon Combat – Oakeshott XIV Sword

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The latest addition to the Red Dragon Combat range of swords is our Oakeshott XIV Sword. It is a replica of an original that is currently on display in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Oakeshott describes it as being “an absolutely outstanding sword, not only because of its condition but by reason of its splendid proportions and great size. It dates from around the first quarter of the 14th century and is remarkably similar to sword found on the body of Sancho IV el Bravo of Castile in Toledo Cathedral.

Overall Length: 86cm
Blade Length: 68cm
Blade Width: 6.5cm
Blade Thickness: 0.45cm
Guard Width: 22cm
Point of Balance: 6cm
Weight: 1.3kg
Material: High Carbon Steel Blade, Leather Grip
Edge: Blunt
Scabbard: Wood, leather, steel

All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

This product is suitable for: 
Living History
Test Cutting

Age Verifiction

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The Challenge 25 approach to conduct Age Verification checks whenever we deliver such items.

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Care Instructions

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