The Ancient Iberian Falcata Sword
A Falcata is a type of sword typical of what was used in pre-Roman Iberia. The falcata was used to great effect for warfare in the ancient Iberian peninsula (Modern Spain), and is firmly associated to the southern Iberian tribes, among other ancient peoples of Hispania. Sometimes mistakenly referred to as a Kopis. The Kopis is a weapon originated with the Ancient Greeks had a deeper curved blade. The Iberian Falcata was also referred to as one of the most devastating swords ever made!
The elite Kingdom of Arms Falcata features a hand hammered 5160 carbon steel blade as the originals were made, full tang, heat treated and tempered as the originals. The handle is a white wood over a full tang. The beautiful scabbard is wood with leather accents. Many have stated "This is the best Falcata they have seen"!Specifications:
Length OA: 25.5"
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