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Collectable Swords and Sabres

Whether youre inspired by real-life battles, cultural weaponry, or legendary tales, there are collectable knives, swords, blades, and accessories to add to your collection. From Japanese samurai swords to pirate cutlasses and Civil War sabres, you can find the perfect piece of weaponry to showcase in your home or office. While some are designed to be purely decorative, others are created with historic accuracy and fine craftsmanship that make them ideal for reenactments and staged combat.

Asian Swords

Collectable Asian swords and sabres are among the most popular with sleek Japanese Samurai swords and ninja weapons, such as naginata, kama, dadao, and Chinese broadswords. Theyve been used for centuries to defend empires and expand their power. They make for an impressive addition to your collection that will stand out from their western counterparts.

Decorative Swords

Add a unique talking point to your home decor or office with decorative medieval and Renaissance-style collectable swords. Select from Viking swords, Roman swords, and those used by knights and warriors, many of which are a great addition to medieval costumes and themed parties.

Functional Swords

For historic accuracy and high-quality design, look for functional collectable swords and sabres from around the world. They are ideal for reenactments, theatrical presentations, and staged combat, made from high carbon steel and the finest materials. Select from collectable Middle Eastern swords and sabres, Celtic and Greek models, as well as legendary Excalibur and Agincourt swords.


Complete your sword collection with display stands and hangers, including both Asian and medieval designs. Or, purchase a leather scabbard to keep your sword safe when its not in use or when youre carrying it to events. Its also important to keep your sword collection looking its best with maintenance products, such as sword wax, oil, polish, and rust blocker, ensuring your weaponry lasts a lifetime.

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