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M. Reilly





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PostPosted: Sun 18 Aug, 2013 5:53 pm    Post subject: Could you help me ID this sword         Reply with quote

Hi folks. New poster, recent-ish lurker here. I've had a latent interest in HEMA for a bit and have - from time to time - perused myArmoury while reading up about it.

I was finally prompted to join after purchasing a second-hand sword from someone who knew pretty much nothing about it - they were using it as a costume piece, and needing it as a prop for a photo assignment, I didn't mind this.

That said, given my own interest in the topic, I was hoping someone here might be able to help me identify the make and model of the sword.

Unfortunately, it has no maker's mark that I can find. It's nothing special, but any info would be much appreciated.

Thanks all!

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Tanner Sheltry




Location: Oklahoma
Joined: 08 Apr 2013

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PostPosted: Sun 18 Aug, 2013 6:11 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

I believe that's the cas hanwei lionheart sword
http://www.cashanwei.com/product/lionheart-sword/sh2367

the more skill a man has with his weapon the more gentle and courteous should he behave, for in truth this is rightly the honour of a brave Gentleman, and so much more is he to be esteemed: he must not be a bragger, or lier, and without truth in his word, because there is nothing more to be required of a man than to know himself" - Vincentio Saviolo
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