At Buying a Sword, we offer an incredible range of swords with historical origins throughout Europe. Our European swords cover many medieval and Renaissance styles, as well as Viking styles. Shop here for Crusader swords, Excalibur swords, Musketeer swords, Norse swords, and more. Our decorative medieval swords are great for creating historical displays, collecting, or wearing as part of a costume. Functional medieval European swords are suited for combat and rugged use. No matter the type of sword you are searching for, if it is made in a historical European style, you will find it in this category here at Buying a Sword.
Brought back by popular demand, the Bastard Sword is a Windlass Classic blade. This massive broad sword could have easily been used at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, cutting and slashing its way through the Tudor ranks.
The Battle of Agincourt is still remembered as one of the most prolific battles of the Hundred Years War. Crafted to commemorate this victory for the English, this Battle of Agincourt Sword is both reenactment and display ready.
Every sailor needs a sword to keep the crew and cargo safe, so make sure yours gets the job done and looks spectacular while doing it. With this Black Blade Naval Cutlass, you will own a sleek and functional weapon worthy of a captain.
The Templars were established in the early 12th century following the First Crusade and were charged with protecting pilgrims on the way to the Holy Land. The knights of the religious military order favored a strong, beautiful sword.
Aesthetically pleasing is a great way to describe this sword, but do not think for a second that this sword is just a wall-hanger. As nice as this Black Death Sword with Scabbard looks, it is also fully functional and battle-ready.
Aesthetically pleasing is a great way to describe this sword, but do not think that this weapon is just a wall hanger. The Black Death Sword with Scabbard and Belt is as eye-catching as it is fully functional and battle-ready.
In the ancient realm, the Hoplite was one of the most feared warriors of Greek descent, inspiring fear with every stroke of a sword. Now, you can echo his powerful might by wielding a weapon like his own, the Black Greek Hoplite Sword.
The Black Prince, son of Edward III of England, is remembered in history for his great victory over the French at the Battle of Agincourt during the Hundred Years War. Undoubtedly, he was one of Englands finest royal warriors.
There are many stories surround the idea of chivalry in the medieval world. Add a medieval aesthetic to your decor with the Black Hilt Chivalry Sword. Display it in your home or office. This sword also makes a great costume accessory.
If you are a seafaring captain or a swashbuckling sea dog, then you should have a decorative sword like the Black Hilt Pirate Sword with Scabbard. Add it to your home decor. It also makes a great addition to any sword display.
Not all rapiers were made for the social elite of the renaissance. They were a common sword of the day, and so some, like this Black Hilt Rapier, were made to be less ornate. Being less fancy hardly decreased its effectiveness.