Phillipe IV Sword


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You can look and fight like a king by wielding the Phillipe IV Sword. It takes its name from Phillipe the Fair from medieval France. Made from C60 high-carbon steel, this functional medieval sword is based on a 14th century original sword held in Paris.

This medieval king sword features a double-edged, tempered blade. A wide fuller runs down the wide, tapered blade. An inscription in the fuller reads Nulla De Virtutibus Tuis Major Clemintia Est, which translates to Nothing of Your Virtues is Greater than Clemency. Also, the blade has a Rockwell hardness of 48-52 HRC.

The sword continues with a curved brass crossguard. It curves towards the blade. The hilt has a brown leather-wrapped grip. It ends with a disk-shaped pommel. A geometric design adorns the face of the peened brass pommel. A peened pommel has a more durable construction.

Finally, the Phillipe IV Sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Red leather covers the scabbard. It has a brass chape and throat.

A ridge runs across the scabbard from the chape to the throat. The geometric design from the pommel also adorns the chape. In addition, the chape has two rings for hanging from a belt, not included. This knights sword is ideal for historical reenactments and weaponry collections.

Key Features:

  • Fully functional
  • Replica of a 14th century original in Paris
  • Wide, tapered blade with an inscription
  • Comes with a scabbard
  • Great for historical reenactments


  • Blade is C60 high-carbon steel
  • Guard, pommel, and scabbard fittings are brass
  • Grip and scabbard are leather-wrapped wood


Measurements are approximate

Overall LengthBlade LengthBlade WidthBlade ThicknessPoint of BalanceGrip LengthWeight
32.5 Inches25.9 Inches3.6 Inches0.14-0.18 Inch3.9 Inches3.9 Inches2 Pounds 13.9 Ounces


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