William Wallace sword, by John Barnett
William Wallace sword with sheath. The replica of the sword is based on the movie Braveheart. Braveheart is a winner of five Academy Awards, including the Academy Award for best film, released in 1995. It is an epic film based on the life of William Wallace, a Scottish national hero
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Hand made, museum quality
WILLIAM WALLACE SWORD
There are a number of swords that traditionally have been linked to heroic Scottish leaders like William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. When such swords are examined it becomes apparent that they are to be placed more in the 16th century period than in the early 1300s.
It would be fair to assume that langlets may have been present an a fairly substantial cross-hilt and there would likely have been terminals to the quillions of some shape or another. The pommel could have been wheel shaped, spherical or pear shaped.
The sword measures approx 138 cm (54") overall,
and the hilt measures approx 30cm (11 3/4")
All swords in the John Barnett collection have EN45 sprung steel blades and guard and pommel pieces are always in steel unless brass or bronze are specified,hand grips are of oak wood over very broad strong tangs
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