Belts & Baldrics

 
A collection of replica sword baldrics or baldrics inspired by those used in the 17th and 18th centuries. All of our baldrics can be riveted with modern brass or period copper rivets or stitched together (prices vary).

Product Image Item Name- Price
The Basic Pirate sword baldric

The Basic Pirate sword baldric

This is a real leather 1 3/4" wide sword baldric inspired by woodcut prints of early Pirates. This is a bog standard, no nonsence, no frills baldric that is purely functional. It features a plain brass or steel buckle and leather thong to secure your sword. It is suitable for re-enactment, theatre or LARP costumes. Pistol bucket type holsters (like those shown in the holsters section) can be added to this baldric.
£28.00

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Blackbeard six pistol harness

Blackbeard six pistol harness

This is our real leather version of Blackbeard the Pirates flintlock pistol harness. Legend says that he carried 6 flintlocks into battle with him. This is my version of that harness and is similar to the one worn on the statue of Blackbeard at Thomas Island in the Caribbean. It is suitable for Pirate re-enactment, theatre or LARP costumes. The harness has 6 small straps that holds your pistols in place and features two period correct brass...
£80.00

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Dutch Soldiers sword baldric

Dutch Soldiers sword baldric

This is a real leather 2 3/4" wide sword baldric based on a painting of one in a picture of the 1652 Dutch Military. It features brass spectacle buckles (the correct ones as proven by Shipwreck finds), a belt keeper and decorative strap ends. It is suitable for re-enactment, theatre or LARP costumes. Pistol bucket type holsters (like those shown in the holsters section) can be added to this baldric. Waist Belt not included.
£155.00

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17th Century sword baldric

17th Century sword baldric

This is a real leather 2.5" wide sword baldric based on ones worn by infantry units throughout Europe in the 17th Century. This is hand stitched in the style used on English baldrics from the mid to late 1600s. It features a period correct brass spectacle buckle. It is suitable for re-enactment, theatre or LARP costumes. Pistol bucket type holsters (like those shown in the holsters section) can be added to this baldric.
£60.00

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