Wood cored medieval sword scabbard covered in veg tan leather with a veg tan belt harness with period appropriate fittings. The medieval sword scabbard is fitted with steel hangers and chape. This sword scabbard was made for an Albion sword.
Can be fitted with component parts (a compilation of buckles and hangers) or dedicated hanger longsword hanger set as shown on this scabbard.
Longswords were often worn in a more vertical style that is more suited to riding, but requires the wearer to position the sword with one hand whilst walking. Often shown with a central rib.
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Scabbard designed specifically to suit the Albion Doge sword. Dyed and polished vegtan over a wooden core. Bronze chape and brass buckles. Pictured here with the Albion Doge sword (not for...
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Based on an effigy found in an Oxfordshire Village Church and dating from around 1400 although the hanger style seems more 16-17th Century to me. Worn vertically and suspended by a...