Deepeeka

Add authenticity to your historical re-enactment or personal collection with the addition of fantastic Deepeeka weapons from Buying a Sword. The Deepeeka brand produces excellent decorative swords and weapons replicas from a variety of historical periods and cultures ranging between medieval, Greco-Roman, Viking, Egyptian, Celtic, and beyond. The types of ornamental weapons include pole arms, axes, daggers, maces, war hammers, and others. The collectible swords make great costume swords, training weapons, or display pieces. The decorative weapons are crafted with authenticity in mind, making these Deepeeka products a great choice for re-enactors and collectors. Whether you are looking for a bec de corbin, a flanged mace, a Turkish scimitar, a medieval arming sword, a pugio dagger, or a Renaissance rapier, you can find something of interest here!
Archer Sword
AH-3312
The archers primary weapon was the bow and arrow, but what did an archer turn to when the enemy tried to engage the archer in melee combat? In such a situation, the archer typically favored a short sword, just like this Archers Sword.
Price: $90.00
Greek Sword with Bone Handle
AH-4214
While curved swords might have been used by the Greeks for their cutting power, oftentimes Greek warriors were equipped with a straight sword, like the Greek Sword with Bone Handle, because of its effectiveness and martial reliability.
Price: $223.00
Foot Soldier's War Hammer
AH-4125
As armor got better, blades became less effective, although weapons like this Foot Soldier's War Hammer remained, being extremely effective against armored and unarmored foes, as the hammer delivered considerable impact either way.
Price: $72.00
Viking Spear
AH-3536
The spear was one of two weapons that were typically favored by Vikings, the other being an axe. This Viking Spear is a straight-forward weapon that is to-the-point, featuring an effective tip for jabbing, stabbing, and thrusting.
Price: $117.00
Bone Handled Gladiator Dolch
AH-6251B
Perfectly suited to the combat of the gladiatorial arenas, short weapons like this Bone Handled Gladiator Dolch were used by many a Roman gladiator. As weapons, they also helped ensure an exciting match for the spectators, too.
Price: $72.00
First Crusader Sword with Scabbard
AH-3355
Crusaders rarely wielded ornate weapons, instead favoring ones that were reliable and effective. This First Crusader Sword with Scabbard is a replica of the typical sword that might have accompanied a soldier during the First Crusades.
Price: $108.00
Kopis Sword with Bone and Brass Handle
AH-4111BN
The kopis was a blade favored by the ancient Greek warriors, its name literally translating to the phrase to cut. With its forward sweeping blade, cutting is something that the Kopis Sword with Bone and Brass Handle does very well.
Price: $126.00
3rd Century Roman Spatha
AH-2002
Similar in design to the gladius, the spatha was a straight sword favored by Roman heavy infantry units. This 3rd Century Roman Spatha is an ornate sword, featuring straight edges that culminate into a vicious, angular point.
Price: $180.00
Seax of Beagnoth
AH-4171
The seax was a common knife among Vikings, used as much as a tool and a weapon as a decoration and prestige piece. This Seax of Beagnoth is based on one such prestige weapon and artifact that is now located in the British Museum.
Price: $116.00
Damascus Roman Mainz Gladius
AH-4209D
The gladius was the Roman weapon of choice for many years, and it exceled during its years of service. This Damascus Roman Mainz Gladius mimics the classic Roman sword and enhances it with a resplendent damascus steel pattern.
Price: $594.00
Greek Sword
AH-4212
While curved swords might have been used by the Greeks for their cutting power, oftentimes Greek hoplites and warriors were equipped with a straight sword, like the Greek Sword, because of its martial effectiveness and reliability.
Price: $189.00
Kopis Sword with Horse Head Handle
AH-4111H
The kopis was a blade favored by the ancient Greek warriors, its name literally translating to the phrase to cut. With its forward sweeping blade, cutting is something that the Kopis Sword with Horse Head Handle does very well.
Price: $180.00
Economy Pompeii Gladius Sword
AH-4211E
The gladius was the favored weapon of the Roman armies, and in trained hands, this blade became one of the most effective in history. The Economy Pompeii Gladius Sword is modeled after the Pompeii gladius, which featured parallel edges.
Price: $135.00
Battle Mace
AH-6085
What is the best way to put a knight in full plate armor in their place? Show them the effectiveness of this Battle Mace! This mace was made to match the appearance of historical blunt weapons, while also featuring a rugged strength.
Price: $62.00
Plain Viking Sword with Scabbard
AH-3375M
This Viking Sword with Scabbard is the perfect picture of what type of sword the Viking might have carried, circa 950AD. Of course, an actual Viking sword at the time would have been a bit more worn, thanks to years of use and care.
Price: $126.00
Greek Spear
AH-3529
Unlike the Romans, the earlier Greek soldiers favored the spear as their primary weapon, and looking at this Greek Spear, it is easy to see why. The Greek Spear is made to take advantage of a long reach and a devastating, leaf-blade.
Price: $180.00
Crusader Cross Sword with Scabbard
AH-3246N
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.
Price: $189.00
11th C. Viking Sword
AH-6952
This 11th C. Viking Sword is an almost instantly recognizable style of sword, one that is as iconic as the people who made it famous! In your hands, it will make you feel more like a Viking, allowing you to channel your inner Norseman.
Price: $161.00
Roman Square Pilum
AH-3526N
The two weapons a Roman soldier would have been armed with were, more often than not, the gladius and the pilum. The type of pilum, or javelin, could vary from soldier to soldier, though, and some favored a typical Square Pilum.
Price: $156.00
Gladiator's Trident
AH-6252
A trident is a vicious three-pronged spear that was often used by gladiators during the course of their grueling fights. A Gladiator's Trident was wielded by a retarius gladiator, a lightly armored warrior modeled after a fisherman.
Price: $99.00
Viking Sax
AH-3379
If there is one thing to be learned by observing Viking weaponry, it is that the Vikings loved their blades. This Viking Sax is a broad-bladed knife, although given its length this wood-handled blade is practically a Viking short sword.
Price: $77.00
Roman Spear
AH-3501
It might not have been their preferred armament of choice, but the Romans did utilize spears from time to time when the situation called for it. This Roman Spear is constructed like a pilum, although its weight and balance are different.
Price: $135.00
Flanged Medieval Mace
AH-6081
A good Flanged Medieval Mace is just what you need to get past any opponents armor. Not only does a mace pack considerable impact, but the angular flanges also offer a good chance of piercing armor, including plate, in some instances!
Price: $103.00
Ornate Black Khopesh
AH-4317
The versatility of the sword meets the percussive power of the axe in this formidable weapon. The Ornate Black Khopesh is based on a design out of ancient Egypt, one that was favored by kings, guardians, and warriors all.
Price: $201.00
Roman Mainz Sword
AH-3309
The Roman approach to war was simple and pragmatic, and thus the gladius became their main sword for its ease of use and manufacture. Over time, the gladius was available in two types, with this Roman Mainz Sword being the earlier type.
Price: $189.00
Gothic Bastard Sword
AH-3370
The bastard sword, also known as the hand and a half sword, was an effective weapon of the medieval ages, and this Gothic Bastard Sword is no different, featuring the same design infused with a bit of gothic design for style.
Price: $187.00
Medieval Sword
AH-3303
Swords came in all different shapes and sizes, although this Medieval Sword is perhaps one of the best depictions of the sword that any warrior would have wielded, whether serving a king, fighting in the army, or acting as a brigand.
Price: $94.00
Two Handed Viking Battle Axe
AH-3542
The weapons of the Viking warrior were streamlined in design, yet possessed of fine detail work that made each one a distinctive armament. This Two Handed Viking Battle Axe is no different, appearing as both weapon and work of art.
Price: $117.00
Kopis Sword with Brass Handle
AH-4111BR
The kopis was a blade favored by the ancient Greek warriors, its name literally translating to the phrase to cut. With its forward sweeping blade, cutting is something that the Kopis Sword with Brass Handle does very well.
Price: $126.00
Norwegian Sword
AH-4102
This Viking sword is equal parts effective blade and elegant display. With its broad blade and its impressive hilt, this Norwegian Sword truly is a stunning example of how simple Viking weapons can be made into striking works of art.
Price: $158.00
3rd Century Roman Sword
AH-4221
Similar in design to the gladius, the spatha was a straight sword favored by Roman heavy infantry units. This 3rd Century Roman Sword is an ornate spatha, featuring long, straight edges that culminate into a vicious, angular point.
Price: $153.00
Bronze Celtic War Sword
AH-2102
Despite any differences between bronze and steel, there is no denying that Bronze Age weapons possess an appearance that rivals those of steel. The Bronze Celtic War Sword, for instance, has a fine gilded look that is undeniable.
Price: $351.00