Scottish Cutlass Swords feature a popular 17th Century design including a basket-hilt guard and a double edge unsharpened cutlass style blade. These swords measure 31 ½ inches in all with a 25 inch blade. When sharpened, the blade has a double edge on the first nine inches of it. The blade is 2 1/8th inches wide and 3/16th inch thick. These swords weigh approximately 3 pounds, 4 ounces and include a scabbard.
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Mortuary Swords are 41 inches in all and weigh 3 ½ pounds. These Half Basket Hilt Mortuary Swords are inspired by the real sword owned by Oliver Cromwell and similar to popular cavalry sabers and historical military swords. This contemporary version features a functional 33 ¼ inch high carbon steel blade that is 1 ½ inches wide. They are similar to an English Basket Hilt but feature only half a basket design. The basket is manufactured of darkened steel. The wooden handle features a real rayskin grip that features a traditional wire wrap. These swords include a real leather covered scabbard that is accented by dark metal fittings.
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Scottish Basket Hilt Swords are 39 ½ inches in all. These Scottish Basket Hilt Swords are designed like basket-hilted swords that were used at the Battle of Culloden, featuring a double edged blade with fuller, a pierced basket with red cloth liner and the traditional broadsword pattern popular around the 16th Century. These 32 1/5 inch long blade is constructed of fully tempered high carbon steel blade. The double-edge blade is available sharpened or unsharpened. The blade features a fuller and is 1 ¾ inches wide and 3/16th of an inch thick. These historical Scottish Basket Hilt Swords are manufactured in India and weigh 3 pounds 14 ounces. They include a scabbard that features leather wrap and brass colored fittings.
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Eglinton Scottish Basket Hilt Swords are 39 inches in all. These Eglinton Scottish Swords are designed like the basket-hilted swords celebrated in a famous portrait of an 18th Century Scottish military officer featuring a double edged blade with fuller and an intricate wire wrapped basket. The 33 inch long blade is constructed of fully tempered high carbon steel. This double-edge blade is available sharpened or unsharpened. The blade has a fuller and is 1 3/8th inches wide. The historical Eglinton Swords features real ray skin and wire wrapping on the grip. These Scottish swords are manufactured in India and weigh 3 pounds 4 ounces. They include a scabbard that features genuine black leather wrap and a matching throat, tip and belt stop.
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Hero Claymore Swords are a massive 64 inches in all. The Hero’s Warswords are oversized Longswords modeled after real Lowland Claymore swords that were wielded circa 1200-1300 by the Bruce Clan, and perhaps even Robert the Bruce himself. They feature a 48 inch long fully tempered high carbon steel blade. The functional blade has a fuller and is 2 inches thick, 3/16th of an inch thick. All of the metal parts of the Hero’s Warsword Claymore Swords are manufactured of steel. The extended length, two handed grip is crafted of wood and wrapped in cord; thus giving this enormous medieval sword a better grip. These swords do not include a scabbard, as the carry style for Scottish swords such as this type was an over the shoulder carry with the flat of the blade down. These longswords are hand crafted. They are truly worthy of the King of Scots weighing a substantial 6 pounds 8 ounces.
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Robert the Bruce swords measure 43 ½ inches in all. The Sword of Robert the Bruce celebrates the famous King of the Scots, a powerful military leader who lead alongside William Wallace. These swords feature a hand forged blade that is manufactured of high carbon steel. The 35 ¾ inch blade, which is offered either sharpened or unsharpened, is 1 15/16th inch wide and 3/16th of an inch thick. These swords pay homage to the national hero of Scotland featuring the Cross of St. Andrew on the pommel. The handle of the Sword of Robert the Bruce is covered in soft black leather with a corded silver chain wrap. These Scottish swords weigh approximately 3 pounds 12 ounces and are made in India. They include a black leather scabbard that features a historical silver lion on the scabbard throat and a rounded silver metal shoe at the scabbard tip.
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Wallace Claymores measure an impressive 61 inches in all. These Scottish Long Swords are a type of William Wallace sword, an enormous two handed claymore that was popular in Scotland. The long blade measures 47 ½ inches and is offered either sharpened or unsharpened. The high carbon steel blade is 2 inches wide and 3/16th of an inch thick. These massive Scottish claymore swords feature a leather wrapped handle. Leather also wraps the top blade area. These large medieval swords are manufactured in India and are nearly 5 pounds, weighing 4 pounds 14 ounces. These two-handed claymore swords are handsome enough for display while conveying a unique historical perspective.
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