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PostPosted: Fri 09 Jan, 2015 7:20 am    Post subject: New Sword for the New Year from A&A Inc.         Reply with quote



New Sword for the New Year!


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An iconic style of sword for the New Year is on tap from A&A for 2015! This 15th century form of sword is often seen in the context of the expansion of the Venetian Republic and its forces. A blued hilt highlights this elegant sword and would be just the thing for your collection this winter. We hope you like the #246 Calliano Sword.

We have some finished and ready to ship today! You can always check out our in stock items on our ready to ship list
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Happy New Year!
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PostPosted: Fri 09 Jan, 2015 8:51 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

That's just cool. Really nice stuff.
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That's a beautiful and unusual addition to your line of swords. I guess you could call it a Schiavonesca, as Del Tin does with their DT5152. Both the Del Tin and this one have an in-between grip length - a little long for one hand, and not quite long enough for two. Of course, one can always slip the pommel.

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I love this one. I especially like that it has a hexagonal blade.
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