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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged “broadsword” blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged “backsword” was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The blade is German in origin, but the hilt and blade

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  • 32.5 Inch German Sword with Eagle Handle & Leather Scabbard

    "<p>Germany was known as a sword making center and German swords saw service all across Europe. This sword features an antique gold finished metal with black grip and hard leather covered scabbard . &lt ; /p &gt ; &lt ;p &gt ;Features include:Stainless steel bladeOverall length – 32 ½ inchesBlade length – 25 inchesLeather wrapped scabbardDetailed eagle handle and gaurdAntiqued gold German accents &lt ; /p &gt ;Additional Details &lt ;p &gt ;Germany was known as a sword making center and

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    Stainless Steel
  • Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003

    Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 - fully functional authentic replica of a museum sword . SH2003 Scottish Basket hilt sword Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged "broadsword" blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged "backsword" was at least equal in popularity . Our Basket -Hilt Backsword , replicated from an original in the collection of the

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  • Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Shipping :: Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Product 24/34 Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword $465 .00 $390 .60 Save : 16% off Add to Cart : Details Model : HW0101043 Description It is believed that the blade of the original sword was made in Germany a century earlier and re-hilted as basket designs were refined. The Basket-Hilt Backsword (SH2003SH2003N - antiqued) hails from around 1760 and has a unique basket with twin engraved"horned beastie"plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged broadsword blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged backsword was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved horned beastie plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The blade is German in origin, but the hilt and blade are

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  • Basket-Hilt Backsword - Antiqued

    Details Features : Specifications : Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged "broadsword" blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged "backsword" was at least equal in popularity.Hanwei's Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved "horned beastie" plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The blade is

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  • Basket-Hilt Backsword

    → Basket-Hilt Backsword Basket -Hilt Backsword Item #: SH2003 Price: $485.00 Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged broadsword blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden in 1746 the single-edged backsword was at least equal in popularity. Our Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved horned beastie plaques and a blade with twin fullers running

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  • Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword - Antiqued

    Shipping :: Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword - Antiqued Product 25/34 Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword - Antiqued $454 .80 $382 .03 Save : 16% off Add to Cart : Details Model : HW0101044 Description It is likely that the blade of the original sword was made in Germany a century earlier and re-hilted as basket designs were refined. The Basket-Hilt Backsword (SH2003SH2003N - antiqued) dates from about 1760 and has an unusual basket with twin engraved"horned beastie"plaques and a blade with twin fullers

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  • Basket-hilt Backsword

    >> Basket-hilt Backsword Basket -hilt Backsword Based on an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England dated to circa 1760. Backswords similar to this one had gained popularity by the time of the Battle of Culloden, circa 1746. The basket of the original this is based on has an unusual basket wtihtwin engraved "horned beastie" plaques. The blade of the original is German in origin and was later re-hilted as a basket. Hand crafted from 5160 high carbon spring steel with a full tang.

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  • CAS Hanwei - Scottish Basket Hilt - Backsword

    Scottish Basket Hilt - Backsword Manufacture ID: SH2003 Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged &ldquo ;broadsword &rdquo ; blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged &ldquo ;backsword &rdquo ; was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques and a blade with

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword List Price : $369 .00 Price : $349 .99 You Save: $19.01 (5 % ) Shipping : Early highland almost invariably carried the double-edged broadsword blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged backsword was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved horned beastie plaques and

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword GS -53546 CAS Hanwei SH2003 Features : - Authentic replica of a museum piece - Fully functional - Scabbard included Specifications : - Overall length: 39" - Blade length: 32 1/2" - Handle length: 6 1/2" - Weight: 2lb 9oz - Point of Balance: 3" - Point of Percussion: 21" - Width at Guard: 1.25" - Width at Tip: .87" - Thickness at Guard: .23" - Thickness at Tip: .10 "

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  • 17th Century Dussak With Scabbard

    It is easy to see why a blade like this one would be coveted by many. Not only does this 17th Century Dussak with Scabbard feature an ornate and appealing look, but its hardy, wide blade allows for its wielder to strike with deadly power. Based almost entirely on a museum antique from the Wallace Collection, in London, England, this impressive weapon features a blade that is hand forged out of 1060 high carbon steel, which is oil hardened and tempered to a hardness of 53 Rockwells. The broad edge lends

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  • CAS Hanwei SH2003 Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Manufacturer: CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Manufacture ID: SH2003 Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged “broadsword” blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged “backsword” was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques and a blade with twin fullers

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged �broadsword� blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged �backsword� was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved �horned beastie� plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The blade is German in origin, but the hilt and blade

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  • SH2003 - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword - CAS Hanwei

    SH2003 - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword - CAS Hanwei CAS Hanwei - SH2003 - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Manufacturer : CAS Hanwei Manufacturer model #: SH2003 UPC Code: 615642002833 SKU: G-53546 Quantity Available: 1 in stock Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Product Description: Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged &quote ;broadsword &quote ; blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged &quote ;backsword &quote ; was at least equal in popularity. The

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  • Hanwei Paul Chen Swords Scottish Basket Hilt Back Sword

    Hanwei Paul Chen Swords Scottish Basket Hilt Back Sword Hanwei Paul Chen Swords Scottish Basket Hilt Back Sword SH2003 It is likely that the blade of the original sword was made in Germany a century earlier and re-hilted as basket designs were refined. The Basket-Hilt Backsword (SH2003,SH2003N - antiqued) dates from about 1760 and has an unusual basket with twin engraved "horned beastie" plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. Again the original blade is German in origin but the

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Manufacturer: CAS Hanwei CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged “broadsword” blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged “backsword” was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of

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  • CAS Hanwei SH2003 Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Manufacturer: CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Manufacture ID: SH2003 Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged “broadsword” blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged “backsword” was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques and a blade with twin fullers

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  • Scottish Basket Hilt, Backsword - SH2003

    Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged broadsword blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged backsword was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved horned beastie plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The blade is German in origin, but the hilt and blade are

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    \ Scottish Basket Hilt CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword $485 .00 $227 .03 SH2003 615642002833 Features : - Authentic replica of a museum piece - Fully functional - Scabbard included Specifications : - Overall length: 39" - Blade length: 32 1/2" - Handle length: 6 1/2" - Weight: 2lb 9oz - Point of Balance: 3" - Point of Percussion: 21" - Width at Guard: 1.25" - Width at Tip: .87" - Thickness at Guard: .23" - Thickness at Tip: .10" Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Description Early highland

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt,Backsword

    CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt ,Backsword Rating : Shipping : Product Description Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged broadsword blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged backsword was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved horned beastie plaques and a blade with twin fullers

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  • Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    / Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword Retail Price: $485.00 You save: $180.01 Our Price: $304.99 Model: 53546 Shipping Weight: 5lbs Manufactured by: CAS Hanwei DESCRIPTION Features : - Authentic replica of a museum piece - Fully functional - Scabbard included Specifications : - Overall length: 39" - Blade length: 32 1/2" - Handle length: 6 1/2" - Weight: 2lb 9oz - Point of Balance: 3" - Point of Percussion: 21" - Width at Guard: 1.25" - Width

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  • CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt SH2003

    CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt SH2003 GS-53546 CAS Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt SH2003 Description Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged “broadsword” blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged “backsword” was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques and a blade

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  • Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003

    Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 Hanwei Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 - fully functional authentic replica of a museum sword . SH2003 Scottish Basked hilt sword Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged "broadsword" blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged "backsword" was at least equal in popularity . Our Basket -Hilt Backsword , replicated from an original in the collection of the

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  • Hanwei - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword

    Hanwei - Scottish Basket Hilt Backsword SH2003 Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged "broadsword" blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged "backsword" was at least equal in popularity. Our Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved "horned beastie" plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The

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  • Basket-Hilt Backsword

    Details Features : Specifications : Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged "broadsword" blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged "backsword" was at least equal in popularity. Hanwei's Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved "horned beastie" plaques and a blade with twin fullers running most of its length. The blade is

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  • Scottish Basket Hilt

    > SH2003 Scottish Basket Hilt CAS Hanwei SH2003 43 X 7 X 6 615642002833 You Save (30 .4 % ) $112 .17 Shipping Early highland swords almost invariably carried the double-edged “broadsword” blade, but by the time of the Battle of Culloden (1746) the single-edged “backsword” was at least equal in popularity. The Basket-Hilt Backsword, replicated from an original in the collection of the Royal Armouries in England that dates from about 1760, has an unusual basket with twin engraved “horned beastie” plaques

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