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Functional Sword Celtic

Celtic sword combat antennas made of carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. The handle of the sword is shaped like a human being: the knob corresponds to the head, body and legs grip are saved to serve as protection on hand.

Reference:
015800003
£231.96
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The main weapon for Celtic soldiers were heavy long-bladed swords. Leaves Celtic swords were sharp on both sides.

The Celts were the masters of metal of old, and that was reflected in their arms as high quality. The Romans adopted them a lot of weapons, from the Gauls to the Celtiberian sword and chain mail helmet. The last vestiges of Celtic peoples of Hallstatt culture settled in the center of the Iberian Peninsula and in Galicia, Leon and Asturias. They used to use short swords, daggers and swords horseshoe antenna.

Manufacturer
Jiri Krondak

Data sheet

Long
74 cms.
Blade long
56 cms.
Weight
1 Kg
Handle Length
12 cms.
Width
11,5 cms.
Material
Blade: carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6)
Made in
Czech Republic
Steel Hardness (Rockwell scale)
44-48º HRC
015800003
Reference Attributes Quantity Price
015800001 Handle: Brown Leather; 3
£231.96
015800002 Handle: Natural leather (undyed); 0
£231.96
015800003 Handle: Black Leather; 1
£231.96
015800004 Handle: Red leather; 0
£231.96

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