King Sancho IV Sword


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Named after a medieval Spanish king from Castille, the King Sancho IV Sword works well in the hand of a warrior on the battlefield. Made from 1065 high-carbon steel, this functional sword features a double-edged blade. A fuller runs down the length of the sharpened blade. It has a tempered hardness of 49-52 HRC. The sword continues with a brass crossguard. It curves towards the blade. Raised linear detailing adorns the guard.

Next, the hilt of the King Sancho IV Sword continues with a wooden grip. The black grip has three inset circles. The circles feature the quartered castle and lion coat of arms of Castille. Then, the hilt ends with a disk-shaped pommel. This brass pommel features more raised linear detailing including a knotwork pattern on the face. Finally, this sword comes with a brown scabbard. The leather scabbard has a brass chape. It also features a tan heavy-cotton belt. The belt secures with a buckle. You can take the King Sancho IV Sword to a historical reenactment or add it to your medieval armoury.

Key Features:

  • Named after a Castilian king
  • Features a double-edged blade with a fuller
  • Grip features the Castilian coat of arms
  • Comes with a scabbard
  • Great for reenactments


  • Made from high-carbon steel
  • Grip is wood wrapped in leather


  • Overall Length: 40 Inches
  • Blade Length: 32.5 Inches
  • Blade Width: 2 Inches
  • Blade Thickness: 0.2 Inch
  • Hardness: 49-52 HRC
  • Weight: 3 Pounds 8 Ounces

Measurements are approximate.


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