Swords Direct offers all types of swords for sale. We have been in business for over 24 years, selling real swords online for over 19 years and are proud to be a preferred Military Supplier. We carry popular movie swords, military sabers, functional and display samurai swords, cane swords, battle ready medieval swords and more. Personalize swords, knives and medieval replicas from over thirty categories of unique collectibles and gift ideas on one of the internets largest swords site. We accept credit cards, PayPal, GSA Cards, purchase orders and checks.
Military Swords are used by officers and enlisted members in militaries and navies throughout the world. Swords are worn with dress uniforms for parades and ceremonies. They are used for presentations at military retirements and for awards. Sabers are used during ROTC events and for military weddings. They are commonly used when dress uniforms are worn. Bulk discounts and custom engraving are available.
Light Cavalry Swords
Cavalry Swords Brown
1840 Army NCO Swords
1860 Navy CPO Cutlass
Movie Swords and officially licensed replicas for sale from some of Hollywood’s greatest films and television masterpieces. Swords Direct is pleased to present officially licensed movie swords, daggers and collectibles from movies such as the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, 300, Conan, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and more. Buy the officially licensed premium edition Rambo Knives and The Expendables Knives while they last.
Throughout the Middle Ages, swords became increasingly popular as metal technology progressed. Advancements in quenching and tempering of steel accelerated the popularity of edged blades. Swords were wielded during battle and were seen as a prestigious accessory. Medieval swords became the subjects of legends. Historical pieces still exist and are housed in museums around the world.
Fighting Knights Templar
Knight Templar Swords
APOC Cutlass Swords
APOC Broad Swords
During the era of the Roman Republic, popular swords featured a Gladius or Maintz design. This style featured a two edged straight blade with a tapered point. The handle typically featured a finger grooved grip crafted in bone or wood. The groove provided a solid and comfortable grip. Blades were often crafted with metal strips that were welded together. Many blades were engraved or punched with the name of the owner.
Roman Swords Display
APOC Wasteland Gladius
Roman Army Gladius
Sword Canes and Walking Sticks
Sword Canes became popular during the 18th and 19th centuries. It was less socially acceptable to openly carry a sword in public, so the stick sword emerged. This was a cane, umbrella or stick with an edged blade inside. They functioned as a typical walking cane or working umbrella with a sharpened, edged blade that could be easily and quickly removed from the shaft.
Umbrella Sword Canes
Celtic Sword Canes
Night Watchman Canes
Push Dagger Cane
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