and exacting re-creations of swords and armor made famous in film, television,
literature and fantasy art.
Vic Anselmo Sword
20th Anniversary Collector's Edition
are hand-ground to Vic's original design by Albion blademakers,
and the hilt components are cast in durable silicon bronze and
- Hand polished silicon bronze fittings
- compound walnut grip
- high carbon steel, hand-ground and polished blade
- Individually differentially heat-treated blade
Blade length: 33"
Width: 1.5" (at guard), 2" (at flare near the point)
CoB: 3.75" (from guard)
CoP: 24.25" (from guard)
Weight: 4 lbs 11 oz
FMS0007 The 20th Anniversary Vic Anselmo Collector's Edition
Vic Anselmo Sword is shipped in a wooden crate. Only a limited
number of these swords can be made in the course of a year. Swords
will be shipped as they are completed. Reservations can be placed
with a deposit of $500.
Anselmo Sword Scabbard
Also available - a leather-covered wooden core scabbard with silicon
bronze fittings hand-made by Kevin Iseli, custom fit for the Vic
Vic Anselmo Sword Scabbard....
...I just got my [Vic
Anselmo] sword the other day, and I am very happy with how
well it was done.
I have watched the movie since, and I have tried to be picky and
compare the two. I have to tell you they are exact.
I have wanted this sword since I was four years old -- I am 23
now and have always loved this classic movie. I will also be buying
the sheath when that is available.
My special thanks to Mike Sigman, and all the great people at
Albion for making this long dream of mine a reality.
-- Ben Robinson
...I just wanted to share a few thoughts about the [Vic
It's been a month and I wanted to take some time to live with
and bond with the sword before responding. My first subjective
thought is "This is an INCREDIBLE SWORD!!," but on the more objective
side I have many production and a few custom-made blades, but
nothing like this!
The fit and finish are flawless! The balance is down right creepy...it
feels like it weighs about 3 pounds, but the scale says just under
The attention detail is very impressive. It is difficult to explain
-- you have to hold the sword to really understand.
Many collectors probably browse through the webpage and think
the prices are very high, but when you think of how much time
and effort went in to the creation of the sword it truly is a
bargain to the collector and will be cherished for a lifetime.
I wish to extend my personal thanks and respect to everyone involved
in the making of the Vic
-- Edward Halsted Stout
...I am sending you this e mail because I just finished cleaning
the [Vic Anselmo]
sword after I went outside and cut all the way through two 2 by
And the sword held up great.
I did not think you made such a good sword -- I was wrong. It
will be a great prize in my collection. I think I may buy the
Conan the Destroyer sword.
-- Harry Dulski
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reserved. Used with permission.
note: Film Swords recreations are NOT intended for use as a weapon.
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