This sword from Windlass Steelcrafts is a precise replica of the iconic sword of Henry V.
The recesses in the pommel were gilded with gold and accentuated with painted red crosses at the time of the king's funeral.
In 1951, it was discovered, cleaned (by Mr. Oakeshott himself!), and added to the display of King Henry's other accouterments - his helm, shield, and saddle - in the Abbey museum.
The sword was hung above King Henry's chantry at Westminster Abbey until at some point it was stowed away in an old chest.
Includes top-grain leather scabbard and belt.
Like the original, it's a relatively short weapon, designed for fast cutting and thrusting.
The pommel is hollow like the original and is appropriately gold plated in the recesses, and has red enamel crosses emblazoned on each side (we used enamel instead of paint for the sake of durability).
A design with just enough flair for a sense of elegance, but no doubt a pragmatic, effective cutting weapon.
The blade is slightly hollow ground and the edge is sharpened at the factory. It's beautifully balanced and feels lively in the hand.
An accurate, fully functional replica of a true battle sword once used by the king of England.
King Henry V Sword
2-840 Dulaney Drive
London, Ontario, Canada, N6C 5A4
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