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|Material:||Zinc Alloy+440 Stainless Steel||Color:||Picture Show|
43.3" Moviesword Braveheart William Wallace Medieval Scottish Claymore Sword
The great Scottish hero, William Wallace, and his band of lowlanders bested a superior English force of 50,000 at Stirling Bridge in 1297. In his ongoing challenge of Edward I he also laid waste to several counties in the north of England. These early attacks inspired Scottish Nationalism that culminated with the achievement of independence under Robert The Bruce.
One of the most recognizable features of the Braveheart film is the sword wielded by William Wallace. Almost a fantasy version of a Scottish claymore, it is utterly unique among both film swords and historically inspired replicas. A long, double edge blade is married to a cruciform hilt and long handle for extra torque when swinging, and a traditional Claymore ball pommel completes the fittings – however, it is the ricasso that truly stands out. Unlike other swords of this type the William Wallace Claymore has a leather-wrapped ricasso, creating a comfortable place for a fighter to shorten up their grip for close-range work. Fans of the film, and fans of Scottish history, can both appreciate the impact that Braveheart has had on popular culture.
-Reproduced from the actual prop sword
-Blade is constructed from stainless steel
-Cast Metal grip is decorated with duck brown leather
-Guard and pommel are solid metal
-Scabbard is warpped with brown leather and decorated with zinc alloy
|Handle Material||Zinc Alloy+Leather||Sword Weight||1.6kgs|
|Blade Material||440 Stainless Steel||Packing||Neutral Packing, 6pcs/carton|
|Blade Edge||No Sharp||Carton Size||124x29.3x30.3cm|
|Scabbard||Zinc Alloy+Leather||Business Type||Manufacturer|