This medieval crossbow is typical of many 15thC munition quality war crossbows so it is plain and rather blocky. Bow irons came in around 1400 though lashing was also still used and so this bow, like the majority, is lashed.
This medieval crossbow is 350lbs in draw weight, so cannot be drawn by hand and so comes with a goats foot lever and 3 bolts.
A similar medieval crossbow can be seen here:
This is a curious medieval Quillon Dagger because the pommel is large but thin, so not massively heavy, but still substantial enough to require the long blade to make it work...
This medieval rondel dagger is based on a river find from the Thames and is now held in a private collection – mid 14thC. This comes from the early days...
This medieval rondel dagger is based on a museum example. The hilt is made from 3 bronze elements and fitted to a very strong single edged blade. Suitable for a...