Oakeshott Sword XIIA (ca. 1380)
This sword is a good example of the kind used for civilian carry. Lighter than the battle sword, it excelled in cutting for unarmored combat. The grip is long for two-hand use with a row of studs under the fine leather for a very firm hold. The pommel (type T2) and guard (style 8) are bright brass for easy care. High carbon steel blade is then and tempered to a good spring. Comes with leather scabbard.
Total length: 113.5 cm