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Sword medieval Shrewsbury, S. XV, functional

Medieval sword functional Shrewsbury, XV. The blade is double-edged forged steel EN45 hardened and tempered. The blade is riveted to the pommel, comes without blade and with a rounded tip. The grip is wood with a leather lining. Includes a beautiful sheath of wood covered in brown leather.


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On July 21, 1403 the Battle of Shrewsbury (Shropshire, England) gave the victory of Henry IV of England about an army led by his former supporter, Sir Henry Harry Hotspur Percy of Northumberland (made famous forever by Shakespeare in his history of 1598 play Henry IV Part I). Percy, who had turned against the king and allied with Owain glyndwr rebellion, the rebel leader of the Revolt welsh 1400-1415 (also known as the glyndwr rebellion Rising), was killed during the fray, leading his army to disperse and fall to the rebellion.

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Data sheet

116 cms.
Blade long
89 cms.
1600 grs.
Material hoja
Acero EN45
Grosor hoja
2 mm. aprox.
Width at Guard
5.5 cms.
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