Many different types of weapons have been used throughout the ages, giving you plenty of options when you are creating your historical weapons collection. At Buying a Sword, we carry a fantastic array of display weapons that are not intended for combat. Many of these collectible weapons can function as costume weapons for Renaissance fairs, re-enactments, weddings, and theatrical performances. These ornamental weapons can be shown off on a stand or in a display case in your home or office as a unique statement piece. Our inventory includes many decorative polearms like battle axes, halberds, maces, flails, spears, and war hammers. Additionally, we offer high quality decorative daggers. Crafted by top manufacturers like Denix, Marto, Art Gladius, and Deepeeka, these pieces appear in many different styles from various eras and cultures to ensure that you can find the right medieval weapon to suit your needs!
A unique and devastating weapon used during the medieval period, the flail began as a weapon used by peasants and transformed into one wielded by cavalry. Display a replica of this blunt weapon with the 13th Century Medieval Flail.
With its form based on the weapons wielded by medieval infantry, the 15th Century French Black Battle Axe is an impressive take on historical combat axes. The single axe head and wrapped look grip have a distinct blackened look.
Based on those used by medieval infantry, the 15th Century French Pewter Battle Axe is a remarkable replica weapon perfect for decorating your home or adding to historical weapon collections. A rampant griffin decorates the axe head.
The halberd was an effective weapon for a foot soldier against cavalry, and in skilled hands the weapon could dismount a knight. This replica of a 15th century Swiss halberd is ideal for role-playing or decorating your castle walls.
Bring 16th century warfare, or at least a decorative blade inspired by it, into your own home with the 16th Century German Brass Battle Axe! This replica weapon is an ornate take on the battle axes used by cavalry in southern Germany.
A powerful weapon used by cavalries in 16th century southern Germany, the 16th Century German Silver Battle Axe is a gorgeously detailed, decorative version of the historical single headed axe sometimes known as the Raven Peak.
The halberd has been a staple in medieval warfare for years. The combined functions of an axe and a spear make this a deadly armament. This particular halberd, the 16th Century Spanish Halberd, by Marto, is a replica of one such design.
Napoleons dagger was modeled after his ceremonial court sword by Martin Biennais. The grip is engraved with Napoleons profile, and his Monogram can be seen on the sheath. This replica by Denix is accurately detailed.
Perfect for military enthusiasts, the 1840 NCO Sword displays the style still used today for honor guards and presentations. This type of sword has been carried by sergeants and other non-commissioned officers since the Civil War.
Nicknamed Old Wristbreaker due to its heavy blade, the Model 1840 Cavalry Saber as US Army sword based on the 1822 French hussar sabre. This 1840 Wood Handle Cavalry Trooper Sword is inspired by that traditional military sword.
The 1851 Pattern Basket-hilt Broadsword was standard officer issue in the Highland regiments from Victorian to modern times. It has an etched blade with the George V cipher. The red basket liner and pommel make it an attractive piece.
This 1860 Black Handle Cavalry Saber is based on the Model 1860 Light Cavalry Saber. First used on both sides of the American Civil War, there were three different versions made, for officers, enlisted men, and ceremonial use.