Arming Swords

A type of cruciform sword with a double-edged blade, arming swords remained in use between the 11th and 16th centuries. Similar to knightly swords or knights swords, arming swords were the standard weapon of the medieval knight in Europe. Typically used with a shield, the traditional arming sword eventually gave way to the popularity of the longsword, becoming a sidearm that developed over time into Renaissance cut and thrust swords. Here at Buying a Sword, we carry an excellent selection of these medieval swords, including both functional arming swords and decorative arming swords. Our arming sword replicas are perfect for historical re-enactments, as they are created with authenticity in mind. You can show off your love of the Middle Ages by displaying one of these high quality arming swords in your home or office as a unique accent piece.
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Guingate Sword with Scabbard

Item # AH-3368
For a warrior of note, status, and prestige, no simple sword will do. Such a warrior would require a blade worthy of their position, one that is grand in appearance yet functional. That weapon is this Guingate Sword with Scabbard.

Hans Stage Combat Sword

Item # MY100616
Vanquish your foes with honor and strength as you wield the Hans Stage Combat Sword. Made of high-quality spring steel with a stylish wooden grip, this stage combat weapon is inspired by the swords typical of medieval knights.

Henry V Sword With Scabbard

Item # DS-1325
Patterned entirely after its namesake, this Henry V Sword with Scabbard is based on the historical sword owned by King Henry V of England, which he wielded with deft skill in many of his battles fought during the Hundred Years War.

Henry V Sword With Scabbard and Belt

Item # DS-1325B
Patterned entirely after its namesake, this Henry V Sword with Scabbard and Belt is based on the sword owned by King Henry V of England, which he wielded with deft skill in many of his battles fought during the Hundred Years War.

Highland Arming Sword

Item # AH-3423
Featuring a touch of Scottish design, this Highland Arming Sword is the weapon that any knight would be glad to wield - possessed of an effective form and a long blade, while still having a bit of stylish design to its appearance, as well.

Imperial Knights Broadsword

Item # ZS-BT-2701
Fight like some of the fiercest warriors this world has ever seen when using our handmade Imperial Knights Broadsword. Crafted from steel with an eye for authenticity, this sword is the perfect weapon for a variety of swordsmen.

Ivanhoe Sword by Marto

Item # MA-539S
Commemorating Sir Walter Scotts novel of the same name, the Ivanhoe Sword by Marto is named for the hero within the novel which, set in 12th century England, embodies a near-perfect blend of history, chivalry, and adventure.

Knights Templar Red Cross Sword

Item # NP-H-26027
The Knights Templar were brave and valiant soldiers in the Holy Wars, and they fought with the symbol of their order on their swords and armour! Bear the cross of the Templars on your sword with the Knights Templar Red Cross Sword!

Landsknecht Katzbalger Sword

Item # AH-6959N
A sword was one of the most versatile weapons for a medieval soldier to carry. Even those who utilized pikes, such as the pikemen in the Landsknecht, carried one - that particular sword being this unique Landsknecht Katzbalger Sword.

Man at Arms Arming Sword

Item # 07-88ARM
Inspired by the side arm of choice for many foot soldiers and journeyman warriors throughout history, the Man at Arms Arming Sword has a smaller and more agile design than many of the heavier swords on the medieval battlefield.
$341.89 $273.51

Medieval Battle Ready Sword

Item # ZS-901142
A quiet life in the countryside is all you ever desired, but recent rumors of war weigh heavy on your mind. You spend the morning hours training in solitude. The Medieval Battle Ready Sword assists you in preparation for battle.

Medieval Knights Sword With Scabbard

Item # DS-1306
This Medieval Knights Sword with Scabbard is the quintessential Type XIV sword, according to Oakeshott typology. While historically smaller than most swords of its day, it makes up for size with quickness and responsiveness.