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The Knight Shop is the largest stockist of swords for sale in the UK. Our diverse range caters to Reenactors, Historical European Martial Artists (HEMA), Live Action Role Players (LARP), Collectors, Stage Fighters (Theatre) and T.V. producers.

We sell an incredible selection of replica swords from throughout history. From the Classical Period, we offer a range of Celtic, Greek and Roman Swords such as Roman Gladius and Celtic Falcata. From the later Dark Age period, we have a great selection of Saxon and Viking Swords and Seaxes. We stock a fantastic variety of display and useable re-enactment quality Medieval Longswords and Arming Swords – everything a Knight would need to get ready for battle! Renaissance-era Musketeers and Pirates need to look no further than our assortment of useable rapiers and cutlasses.

Our range of Federschwerts, Synthetic Nylon Sparring Swords, Padded Swords, and more traditional Wooden Wasters are perfect for HEMA enthusiasts. We also carry a fantastic selection of LARP swords to cater for the Live Action Role Player’s needs. If you require a Japanese sword then you will not be disappointed with our range of Katanas and Wakizashi. Perhaps you are looking a little closer to home? We offer one of the best selections of Scottish Claymores, Basket Hilt Broadswords and British Military Sabres in the UK.

Our replica swords cater for all budgets. We offer simple display swords (wall hangers), re-enactment quality tempered spring steel swords designed for combat and hand-forged museum-quality swords for the most discerning of collectors. They are usually available with sharp (live) or blunt blades and many of them come complete with well-made leather scabbards.

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  • German Longsword Study Guide

    A study guide for the German longsword, explaining the Liechtenauer tradition and where we get our information about the system.

    The AHA German Longsword Study Guide is an award-winning publication, with the HEMA Scholar Awards recognising Keith Farrell and Alex Bourdas with the “Best Instructor” award for research published in 2013.

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  • Dagger Fencing: The Italian School

    Today, fighting with dagger versus dagger, or with knife versus knife, is not a common scenario that people might expect to face. However, it was more common in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, when it was normal for people to wear a dagger on their belt. Arguments or fights with daggers could break out; and while duels were more often fought with swords, combatants could also agree to do so with daggers.

    This is not a book on modern knife fighting; rather, it is a book dealing with the historical knife fighting of Renaissance Italy. The modern blade aficionado will also find material of interest. The book offers several views of short-bladed weapons that were developed and tested when cold steel was the king of weaponcraft and when duels were more common than today.

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  • Scorners of Death: Fighting Skills of the Medieval Gaelic Warrior

    One of the first works to focus on the weapons and fighting skills of the medieval Gaelic warrior, Scorners of Death offers instruction in the use of the medieval Gaelic sword, sword and buckler, two-handed sword and battle-axe (including both the Lochaber axe and the sparth axe of Ireland), as well as a detailed discussion of the warriors who used these weapons and the strategic context in which they fought.

    Although there are no technical manuals for the use of these weapons, the authors have developed a training method based on the best historical evidence available. These techniques will be useful for reenactors portraying the Scottish highland or Irish warriors of the Middle Ages, especially in the time period between 1300 and 1600, as well as for any practitioners of Historical European Martial Arts (or HEMA) with an interest in Scottish or Irish history.

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  • The Art of Defence on Foot, 1798

    Roworth’s book The Art of Defence on Foot is a simple system for the broadsword or sabre. His instructions are clear and the book works well for beginners.

    This facsimile has been recreated from the original treatise owned by the Academy of Historical Arts in Glasgow

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  • The Guards and Lessons of the Highland Broadsword

    In 1798 and 1799, Henry Angelo, a member of famed Angelo dynasty of swordmasters, published a series of posters on the use of the Highland broadsword. Learn More
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  • Scottish Broadsword and British Singlestick

    This book is an introduction to the history, use and context of the Scottish basket-hilted broadsword. As part of the Academy of Historical Arts Study Guide series, it is intended to serve as a study guide for practitioners of historical fencing who work with this weapon, or who would like to begin learning its style. Instructors will also find it helpful as it provides plenty of contextual information to use for illustrating lessons, and anecdotes to help students engage with the system.

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  • The Noble Science, Volume 1

    The Journal for the Discerning and Gentle Practitioner, containing diverse papers on the Native European Arts and Sciences of Defence.

    Buy The Noble Science, Volume 1 with confidence from the UK’s leading HEMA book retailer.

    Editor: MI. Hillyard
    Format: Paperback, 40 pages, 27.94 x 21.59 cm, B&W
    ISBN: 978-0-9564871-2-4

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  • Of the Single Rapier

    Bruchius describes a style of rapier fencing that evolved from the teachings of Fabris. He presents this style through a brief explanation of the principles of fencing followed by 212 lessons. Learn More
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  • The Expert Sword-Man's Companion, 1728

    This is a highly accurate reproduction of McBane’s original work from 1728, created by the historian Ben Kerr. It features reproductions of all the original image plates as well as a full and accurate transcription of McBane’s original text including his teaching on self-defence, an account of his life and adventures and the art of gunnerie.

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  • Encased in Steel Anthology I

    The book is divided into five thematic parts, each dealing with a different element of the study of historical European martial arts. Topics include chivalry, history and research, studies of weapons, test cutting, and practical concerns.

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