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Thread: WTB: Large 2-handed sword

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    WTB: Large 2-handed sword

    Hello everyone,
    I am interested in buying a large two-handed sword IE montante, greatsword, etc

    thanks

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    approximate dimensions and price range? I may have something

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    I'm looking for something on the higher end of the spectrum (any swords in any condition will be considered though), and something upwards of 50" total length.
    Last edited by Jason W; 06-25-2015 at 08:18 PM.

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    I have a Del Tin Venetian Greatsword made back in the '80's it has a German Krupp steel blade. It is 64-5/8" in length. I may consider selling it for $800. Make me an offer, I will think on it.

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    See my custom Tinker Type XVIIIb thread. It should be EXACTLY what you're looking for.

    James

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    Brian= I sent you a PM, let me know if it didn't go through.

    Jimmy= It looks like a very nice sword, but such a nice custom piece is too nice for what I'm planning on doing with it.

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    Hi Jason, here are some pics, i am sorry I did not get them to you sooner, it has been really busy. I wanted to mention that the pommel is held on by a threaded pommel nut. If you need any more pics or at a certain angle please let me know. It was a little challenging trying to photograph this beast alone, as my sis-in-law was supposed to help Please let me know what you think at your convenience. Del Tin makes beautiful swords, I love the hilt and pommel on this sword. Thanks, Brian

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    >P.S. I also have two hand-and-a-half swords I am thinking of parting with, they are older '80's Del-tins also, German Krupp steel and both have sheaths. I believe they are a variation of a 14-century sword...both historical working replicas.

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    Did this sell?

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