Anduril is, by far, the most popular sword from The Lord of the Rings, even beating Sting and Glamdring. This is likely because of the popularity of the Aragorn character and how Anduril is the one sword in the films they really make a big deal out of. It doesn't even really show up until later in the trilogy but when it does show up they dedicate a few scenes to the sword, call it by name, and generally make a big deal about it. The grip design might make you think it is a bastard sword, but it isn't it is too long for that, this is a true two hander, with a relatively narrow blade for a two hander though, but similar to the Scottish Claymore overall.
It is identical in size and shape to Narsil from the Lord of the Rings, but with the addition of a few design enhancements. The story in the books and the movies, if you're not familiar, is that Narsil was shattered by Sauron but then the broken sword was used to cut the One Ring of Power from Sauron's hand, making the sword a bit of a import heirloom, so it was kept, fragmented. Later, when Aragorn was going to reclaim the crown of his ancestors, it was reforged and given to him, at that time it was renamed Anduril and had the runes on the blade and other style enhancements added.
Anduril is the reforged Narsil, and is used by Aragorn, King of Gondor. The inscription down the length of the blade on both sides in the Middle-Earth language of Quenya, written in the runes of Eregion, that say "Nanye Anduril i ne Narsil i macil Elendilo. Lercuvanten i mali Mordoreo." This translates to "I am Anduril who was Narsil, the sword of Elendil. Let the thralls of Mordor flee me."
This is the unlimited edition Anduril, the limited edition Anduril sold out in 2003.
Anduril is currently out of stock
This officially licensed replica of Anduril comes with a certificate of authenticity and a wooden display plaque. Manufactured by United Cutlery
This sword is so large it is considered oversized by UPS, thus it is shipped at the 30 pound rate.
Beware of counterfeits. If you want quality craftsmanship always insist on officially licensed swords.