Historical Black Prince Sword 
(Historical Replic)
Black Prince Sword
The Black Prince Sword- This is a late 14th century Hand and a Half Sword (Type: XVa). The original sword, rests in a private collection in England, is thought to possibly be the sword of Edward the Black Prince. The Black Prince, son of Edward III and father of Richard II, was known as a great warrior. The sword was removed from its resting place during the English Civil War, Cromwell being blamed for its disappearance.
Our design features a distilled taper 33 1/4" high carbon steel blade with a full tang, peened at the pommel.  The handle is hard-wood then wrapped in leather.  The cross guard and pommel are solid steel. 

This sword features an adjustable diagonal suspension, hardwood scabbard wrapped in leather to fit your needs.  A unique design as well as very functional.

Blade length:  33 1/4 " 
Handle/Hilt length: 10" 

Overall:  43 1/4" 

Balance Point:  2 1/2" Below Hilt 

Weight:  3 lbs. 2oz.
Historical Black Prince Sword