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  • Alexander the Great Falcata (Kopis)

    The Alexander the Great “Kopis” (literally “chopper”) is manufactured by the world famous Art Gladius factory in Toledo, Spain. It features a lion’s head pommel with antiqued iron plated finish and gold detailing. The grip is designed to look like bone and the blade is crafted from stainless steel with a polished finish. This sword has a blunt blade and is designed for display only. 

    Total length: 75 cm
    Blade length: 59 cm
    Grip length: 8 cm
    Weight: 1406g
    Blade thickness (base): 0.5cm
    Blade width (base): 7.7 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 14 cm
    Blade: Stainless Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Integrated
    Scabbard: N/A

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £124.17 Incl. Tax: £149.00

  • Iberian Falcata - Silver

    The falcata is a type of weapon, a sword of steel originated in Iberia, and therefore related to the Iberian native populations before the Roman conquest. It was used by the Iberian countries or neighbors like the Celtiberians being the most common sword in the area of the peninsula. Roman chroniclers praised the quality of the iron that was used for the construction of the Hispanic weapons; they were surprised by its cutting ability and flexibility, one of the most prized and sought features in its manufacture. As a curious note, reflecting the effectiveness of these weapons, after the first battles in the Iberian Peninsula, an order was given to Roman troops to reinforced with iron the edges of their shields, possibly due to the cutting power of the falcatas, much higher than the straight swords and sabers.

    Total length: 60 cm
    Blade length: 50 cm
    Grip length: 10 cm
    Weight: 1.5 kg
    Blade: Stainless Steel 
    Edge: Blunt
    Scabbard: No

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece. 

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    Excl. Tax: £108.33 Incl. Tax: £130.00

  • Iberian Falcata - Bronze

    The falcata is a type of weapon, a sword of steel originated in Iberia, and therefore related to the Iberian native populations before the Roman conquest. It was used by the Iberian countries or neighbors like the Celtiberians being the most common sword in the area of the peninsula. Roman chroniclers praised the quality of the iron that was used for the construction of the Hispanic weapons; they were surprised by its cutting ability and flexibility, one of the most prized and sought features in its manufacture. As a curious note, reflecting the effectiveness of these weapons, after the first battles in the Iberian Peninsula, an order was given to Roman troops to reinforced with iron the edges of their shields, possibly due to the cutting power of the falcatas, much higher than the straight swords and sabers.

    Total length: 60 cm
    Blade length: 50 cm
    Grip length: 10 cm
    Weight: 1.5 kg
    Blade: Stainless Steel 
    Edge: Blunt
    Scabbard: No

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece. 

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    Excl. Tax: £100.00 Incl. Tax: £120.00

  • Horse Head Falcata (Kopis)

    The Celt-Iberians of Roman times were justly famed for their weapons, such as the Falcata; one of the most devastating swords ever made! The inward curving blade delivers a tremendous blow and could split both shield and helmet. Considered to be of Greek, or possibly Etruscan origin, this sword spread into Southern Russia and also Spain. It was in Spanish hands that it was most feared by the Romans.The blade is forged from high carbon steel and is topped by a bronze horse-head hilt and real bone grip. Our Falcata comes complete with a wooden scabbard covered in red leather.  Attached to the scabbard is a small knife with bone handle and steel blade.

    Total length: 63 cm
    Blade length: 51 cm
    Grip length: 8 cm
    Weight: 1344 g
    Blade thickness (base): 0.6 cm
    Blade width (base):  6.26 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 14 cm
    Blade: EN45 High Carbon Steel 
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Integrated
    Scabbard: Leather

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece. 

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    Excl. Tax: £81.67 Incl. Tax: £98.00

  • Iberian “Almedinilla” Falcata

    The Celt-Iberians of Roman times were justly famed for their weapons, such as the Falcata; one of the most devastating swords ever made! The inward curving blade delivers a tremendous blow and could split both shield and helmet. The Almedinilla Falcata was one of the many found by Luis Maraver and Alfaro in 1867 during the excavations of the Iberian necropolis of Los Collados, next to the town of Cerro de la Cruz. Our replica features a guard in the shape of a horse’s head, decorated with vegetal, geometric and zoomorphic motifs. The stainless steel blade features an engraving of a bird emerging from a plant - a heraldic character or perhaps the attribute or symbol of a divinity.

    Total length: 63.5cm
    Blade length: 49.5cm
    Grip length: 9.5cm
    Weight: 1172g
    Blade thickness (base): 1cm
    Blade width (base): 5.3cm
    Blade: Stainless Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Threaded
    Scabbard: None

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary slightly from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £82.50 Incl. Tax: £99.00

  • Celtic Antenna Sword

    Our Celtic Antenna Sword is inspired by the swords wielded by the Celts of East Hallstatt and Northern Italy during the early Iron Age. The guard and pommel are in the antenna style, terminating in golden dragon heads, and resemble the torques worn by the Celtic nobility.  The metal grip features a Celtic knotwork beast, possibly a serpent, and terminates at the depiction of the Green Man at the centre of the guard. The long stainless steel blade features etchings depicting a tale from the early sagas.

    Total length:
    98.5cm
    Blade length: 79cm
    Grip length: 11.5cm
    Weight: 1292g
    Blade thickness (base): 0.5cm
    Blade width (base): 5.1cm
    Blade: Stainless Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Threaded
    Scabbard: None

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary slightly from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £93.33 Incl. Tax: £112.00

  • North Grimston Celtic Sword

    In 1902, workers accidentally found a Celtic grave on the North Grimston estate. The Celt was buried with a shield, two swords, and a piece of pork. The smallest sword was decorated with an anthropomorphic grip (shaped like a human), typical for Celtic swords from the La Tene period. Such swords were luxurious and exclusive and belonged to mighty warriors.

    Similar swords have been excavated in Switzerland, Hungary, France, and other Celtic countries. The original sword is now on display at the Hull and East Riding Museum and is one of the best-preserved anthropomorphic swords. This Celtic ornamental sword is great for collectors of historical swords and as home decoration. 


    Total length: 63 cm
    Weight: 1050 g
    Blade: AISI 420 Stainless Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    No Scabbard 

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece. 

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    Excl. Tax: £116.67 Incl. Tax: £140.00

  • Celtic Sword

    The Celtic Sword features and anthropomorphic hilt - the human form must have been intended to enhance the power of the owner and to bear a talismanic significance. The British Museum has some excellent examples of this style of sword in their collection.

    This replica is of a type associated with the La Tène culture, named after the important Celtic site on Lake Neuchâtel in present-day Switzerland and eastern France. It features a polished bronze hilt with bone grip - both associated with high status. The blade is hand forged from steel and is housed in a hand stitched leather scabbard. This item has a blunt blade and is manufactured for display only.

    Total length: 62 cm
    Blade length: 46 cm
    Grip length: 8 cm
    Weight: 1050 g
    Blade thickness (base): 0.5 cm
    Blade width (base):  4.7 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 6 cm
    Blade: EN45 High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Nut
    ScabbardLeather

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece. 

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    Excl. Tax: £54.17 Incl. Tax: £65.00

  • Celtic Dagger

    The Celts were a group of tribal societies in Iron Age and Medieval Europe. They settled in Britain in around 500 BC and flourished until the Romans invaded in 55 BC. The most famous Celtic Queen was Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni Tribe. She attacked London in AD 60 but was eventually defeated in battle.

    Our Celtic Dagger features and anthropomorphic hilt - the human form must have been intended to enhance the power of the owner and to bear a talismanic significance. The British Museum has some excellent examples of this style of dagger in their collection. This replica is of a type associated with the La Tène culture, named after the important Celtic site on Lake Neuchâtel in present-day Switzerland and eastern France. It features a polished copper alloy (Brass) hilt associated with high status. The blade is hand forged from steel and is housed in a hand-stitched leather sheath. This item has a blunt blade and is great for display or theatrical use.

    Total Length: 38cm
    Blade Length: 28cm 
    Weight: 735 g
    Blade thickness (base): 0.5 cm
    Blade width (base):  4.5cm
    Edge: Blunt
    Scabbard: Stitched Brown Leather

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

    Buy the Celtic Dagger with confidence from the UK’s leading Celtic Dagger retailer.

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    Excl. Tax: £35.83 Incl. Tax: £43.00

  • North Grimston Celtic Dagger

    The North Grimston Dagger was found by accident in 1902 while laborers were digging on Lord Middleton´s land near North Grimston. The smaller of the two swords discovered was decorated with an anthropomorphic (man-shaped) handle. Ownership of such a rare item marks the man buried at North Grimston out to be one of the most important people of Iron Age East Yorkshire. 

    The dagger is one of a small number of similar weapons found across Celtic Europe which features a human figure forming the hilt. Other examples were found in Hungary, Northern Italy, Switzerland, and France. This dagger can now be seen on display at Hull and East Riding Museum.

    Overall Length: 43cm
    Blade: AISI 420 Stainless Steel
    Weight: 500g
    Edge: Blunt
    No Scabbard 

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £59.17 Incl. Tax: £71.00

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