What you need is a picture of it with Henry holding it pretty much on the same plane as he is. From there you can use his height and use something like Photoshop, copy the sword and bring it standing vertically next to him. From there you should be able to get a good idea of the length of the sword. For all of the other parts, you do something similar but, once again, using Henry's height as a base, figure out how large and inch is in the image and use that to measure out all of the other parts of the sword.
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