Medieval swords were developed between 500 and 1500 AD. The first medieval swords were loosely based on the single handed double edged Celtic swords. They were thin cutting swords about 36 inches in length.
With improvements in body armor medieval swords became heavier with much sharper point and less a cutting weapon. These great swords were now used more to bash the opponent then use the sharper point to penetrate the armor. They were two handed swords made to defeat the plate armor of the time.
However, medieval swords were still sharp cutting weapons and not the heavy lumbering weapons many believe. In the early 1400s the bastard sword or hand and a half sword which was used for single or two handed fighting styles. The design of medieval swords began to shift back to smaller swords away from the long swords.
Twisted Claymore - 40 inch steel blade, brass guard and pommel and twisted hardwood handle. 55 inches overall. No scabbard
Medieval Battle Sword - 30 inch carbon stel blade, brass hilt and no scabbard. 36 inches overall
This Leif Ericson Sword has an overall size is 37" with a blade size of 30". This blade is constructed of stainless steel with a Wood handle and Cast Metal guard. Type of scabbard: Leather
Flamberg Sword - Massive 56 inches overall with a 38 inch kriss style carbon steel blade, brass guard and pommel and a hardwood grip.
This sword has a carbon steel blade. The hilt is solid brass with a cross engraved on the pommel. The grip is leather wrapped. No scabbard with this sword. The length of the blade is 31in, and total length is 39in.
Reniassance Battle Sword With Scabbard - 43 inches overall with a 33 inch carbon steel blade, brass guard and pommel, leather wrapped grip and a leather scabbard.
Basket Sword - Scottish Broad Sword. 40" overall. 32 1/2" unsharpened blade. Black imitation leather grip with brass wire wrap. Brass basket guard with red and blue leather trim. Metal belt scabbard.