William Wallace sword with stainless steel blade. Made in Toledo (Spain).
Replica Sword William Wallace, excelent blade forged in stainless steel. Hilt made of cast.
William Wallace sword with scabbard. The replica of this sword is based on the film Braveheart. Braveheart is a winning movie five Academy Awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture, released in 1995. It is an epic film based on the life of William Wallace, a Scottish national hero.
William Wallace sword with scabbard. The famous freedom fighter led the Scots to victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. He was named Braveheart for his courage on the battlefield. Our replica includes clad wooden sheath.
Sword Scottish Claymore with blade in stainless steel. Grip on wood, knob and save latonados.
William Wallace sword with leather grip rustic medieval quality corrugated stainless steel blade. Length: 118 cms <./ P>
claymore functional bluff strong, light carbon steel blade and handle riveting. The term rapier currently also known as rapier.
William Wallace sword fabricada in Toledo (Spain) with corrugated stainless steel blade and handle in antique silver. Length: 118 cms <./ P>
Claymore Scottish Functional Sword. The William Wallace Sword is a 2-handed sword and is made of high-carbon 1065 blade and leather-lined grip.
Functional Scottish sword with decorated basket. Manufactured in carbon steel by the master armorer from the Czech Republic, Jiri Krondak.
Typical Scottish Sword of basket, claymore, dated about 1828. It is decorative. Carbon steel blade. Includes leather sheath covered with metal finishes.
Claymore sword with Scottish knot basket hilt, is equal to any other wielded by members of the clan, who invaded the English in the battle of Falkirk on January 17, 1746. The basket-type grip is a faithful reproduction of a found In Culloden Moor. The blade is double-edged carbon steel, fully tempered, with the typical channel, 1500-1800 design. The...
The Scottish sword Eglinton, which comes with a basket hilt, is a replica of the mid-century VXIII of which a dozen examples are known. An example of this sword with this last feature, coming from Eglinton Castle, sponsor and host of the Eglinton tournament, is now in the Royal Ontario Museum. This sword has traditionally been identified by the portrait...
Scottish Claymore two-hand decorative sword with forged carbon steel blade, guarded with shamrock finishes, leather-lined handle and rounded pommel. Used in Scotland during the 16th and 17th centuries.
Scottish sword S. XVI. The original sword is found in the Royal Armories in Leeds. The innumerable clans of the highlands used swords of this type. Our Scottish sword design has a metal basket hilt that provides considerable protection. The knob is lined in natural leather for excellent grip and beautifully decorated with rolled yarn. The high carbon...
Scottish sword Culloden S. XVI of the Battlecry Collection of Windlass. It comes sharp. Our version of the Battlecry Collection is taken from a design that could have been seen at the Battle of Culloden in 1746. The blade is made of 1065 high-carbon steel, which has a darkened finish worn by the battle, as well as the accessories of the hilt. HeWooden...
Royal Armory Two-handed English Sword made with carbon steel blade. The long knob is made of wood covered in leather. It is decorated with pieces of steel that make this sword a truly impressive weapon. Includes pod. Although large, it is perfectly balanced for use with two hands. This huge sword is a replica of the number IV-1787 of the Royal Armories of...
Sword scottish with a design of the EIGHTEENTH century. This type of sword was first used by John Simpson, a free man of Glasgow, in the year 1690, but the design became popular in the year 1730, when another John Simpson served as armorer of the King. Our replica has the blade forged by hand, double-edged, and with a guard of a cup.