Type II Falchion from Durham (also known as the Conyers Falchion).
The sword artifact was found in the Durham Cathedral (North East England), and is dated 1260-1270.
Blade length: about 74 cm.
Total sword length: about 90 cm.
Guard width: about 17 cm.
Blade width at guard: about 4 cm.
Blade width in the widest part: about 8 cm.
Blade thickness at guard: about 5 mm.
Falchion weight: 2100-2200 g.
Spring tempered steel. Hardening 50 HRC. Polished.
100% Battle ready. HMB approved.
There are no weaknesses in the design.
The difference from edged weapons – the lack of sharpening the blade.
Blade blunted (edge thickness of 2 mm).
Sword handle wrapped in leather.