The most defining trait of two handed swords remains the requirement of both hands in order to wield the weapon. These large Renaissance swords remained in popular use throughout the 15th and 16th centuries, and they could reach up to six feet in length in the largest examples. Double handed swords were also sometimes called Zweihanders and great swords. In battle, functional two hand sword could be swung powerfully in order to crush the heavy armor of opponents. Following the disappearance of armor due to the growing use of firearms in the late 16th century, most two handed swords began to be used as ceremonial weapons. At Buying a Sword, we carry many excellent battle ready and decorative two handed swords in a range of styles. Our selection includes two handed Viking swords, two handed Danish swords, two handed Crusader swords, and two handed fantasy swords, among other designs. Whether you are looking for an impressive weapon to display or a powerful training sword, you will discover excellent options here.
No one who enters your abode can mistake you for anything other than a fan of the medieval world with the Fan Pommel Engraved Medieval Sword on display. This bladed weapon makes a great addition to any home decor or sword collection.
As a fan of the medieval world, you enjoy having a great array of swords. The Fan Pommel Medieval Sword is a wonderful example of your collection. Display it in your home or office. This sword also makes a great costume accessory.
In Tolkiens lore of Middle Earth, Feanor is one of the greatest elves to live, thanks to his fiery spirit and warriors heart. Feanor's Two Handed Sword with Scabbard is a homage to his name as well as a weapon worthy of his hand.
In Tolkiens lore of Middle Earth, Feanor is one of the greatest elves, thanks to his fiery spirit and warriors heart. Feanor's Two Handed Sword with Scabbard and Belt is a homage to his name as well as a weapon worthy of his hand.
Known throughout history, William Wallace became the most valiant freedom fighter Scotland has ever seen. The Freedom Fighter Early Scottish Claymore is a magnificent two-handed early Scottish sword appropriately named for its valor.
The Scots were not without their own mercenary force in the Middle Ages, and theirs were, locally, some of the best fighters around. This Gallowglass Sword is based on the weapon of that group, as well as carrying their name!
This handmade sword is not for the faint of heart, as Great Landsknecht Swords were wielded by only the strongest and most fearless chosen front line Swiss and German soldiers of the Middle Ages, and for good reason!
Finally, a real Claymore for all those modern Scots who long to possess a functional and battle ready Highland sword! Through history, tales have been told of mighty Scotsmen, hearty and ready to stand against seemingly unbeatable odds.
Who knows what ferocious fantasy beast left the gore that streaks this eye-catching ornamental sword? The Green Blood Drip Fantasy Short Sword makes a great piece for displaying with its colorful paint job and striking shape.
With a name like the Guardian Sword with Scabbard, you might be expecting a more defensive sword than this two-handed blade. But good handling makes this sword fast, mobile, and perfect for both a warriors offense and defense.
With a name like the Guardian Sword with Scabbard and Belt, you might be expecting a more defensive sword than this two-handed blade. But good handling makes this sword fast, mobile, and perfect for both a warriors offense and defense.
While claymores and broadswords, with their lavish quillons, can be beautiful, sometimes it is nice to go back to something simpler. The Guardlan Sword with Scabbard replicates the classic Viking sword, with a few modern modifications.