This 15thC European Hunting medieval crossbow is based on existing examples to be found in many museums across Europe. The stock has a very characteristic curvy shape and is finished with strikingly decorative panels of bone and horn set into the cherry stock.
The bow is lashed in place with hemp bindings as is the nut. The front is finished with a leather weave. At 350lb it comes with a goats foot lever and 3 feathered bolts
PLEASE NOTE: LAST PICTURE SHOWS A DIFFERENT BOW BUT SHOWS A GOATS FOOT LEVER
This medieval sword scabbard is made to fit the Albion Templar sword. The scabbard is constructed from poplar and covered in veg tan leather. The scabbard is dyed red and the...
These are small moderately powerful crossbows with a top trigger and an inbuilt cocking lever. Very handy on horseback and as civil defence weapons as they were fast to reload...
A medieval sword scabbard for the Albion sword Agincourt. Poplar wood core, covered in vegtan leather dyed blue. Separate light tan sword belts with brass hanger and buckles and the...