Sax Sax sword, ninth century

0116417100

Replica of the Seax Sword or Anglo Saxon of the 9th century found on the banks of the River Thames in 1857 that is exhibited in the British Museum of London. Carbon steel blade and wooden handle with brass rivets. Includes Cowhide Sheath.

£58.94

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Data sheet

Long73,5 cms.
MaterialBlade: Carbon Steel
Blade long55,5 cms.
Weight650 gr.

CATEGORY-C

Tempered carbon steel blades, good quality but may not be well balanced, in addition with generally less hardness. Due to the quality of manufacture and test, these swords are considered functional weapons but not with the guarantees to be used in combat.

Never use these swords in contact with other swords or objects. They can be used exclusively for training and can perform basic movements. They are also ideal for wearing as a complement or to expose them.

Recommended for recreationists or collectors who wish to have a real gun.

Full Tang: welded or screwed to the pommel

The use and enjoyment of any functional sword classified in any of the above categories will be personal and exclusive responsibility of the person using them.

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