We have named this sword for the battle that ranks second only to Agincourt as the most decisive victory won by the English in the 15th century phase of the Hundred Years War. This beautifully balanced and fast sword is a hand-and-a-half type on which the steel parts have been given a deep antiqued bronze finish. The grip is wood covered by rich leather. Truly a fine weapon that would have been used by the French or English in that fierce battle. Includes matching scabbard.