Châteauneuf-de-Randon French longsword

This circa 1380 French longsword is named after the Battle of Châteauneuf-de-Randon, Bertrand du Guesclin's last battle (du Guesclin, the Constable of France who was responsible for reversing the tide of English victories during the Hundred Years' War, died at Châteauneuf-de-Randon.) The blade is tempered high carbon steel with a floral pattern etched into the fuller. The wood grip is wrapped in marbled dark brown leather, the pommel is etched to match the blade. Comes with a brown leather sword belt and a matching scabbard with steel fittings.

length: 41 5/8"
blade: 34"
blade width: 1 7/8"
blade thickness: 3/16"
weight: 2 lb 8 oz

Discontinued and sold out