By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
The Rhinelander Bastard sword, typical of late 15th century central European cut-and-thrust swords, is a handsome piece that will be appreciated by both collectors and cutting enthusiasts. The ring-guard hilt and scent-stopper pommel balance a riveted-tang fullered blade, forged in 5160 high-carbon steel and hardened to 54HRc for an optimal combination of edge-holding and resilience. A leather-wrapped scabbard is included.
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