Name
1730 Culloden Baskethilt Broadsword Claymore.
(Historical Replica)
Description
Never has there been a sword so strongly identified with a people as the claymore with the Scots. From the early years of the 17th Century until today, the 1730's Culloden Baskethilt Broadsword Claymore has been the symbol of the warrior race of Scotland. Named for the battle where the Scots, armed with mainly medieval weapons, fought so gallantly against a modern army. This 1730's Culloden Baskethilt Broadsword Claymore , high polished, hammered brass or nickel plated steel basket is beautifully executed with expertly applied grooving and cutouts. Lined with red velvet cloth, the high carbon India steel blade is properly tempered and worthy of a proud highlander. Available in a steel finish or brassfinish.
(See both below)
Stats

Steel Baskethilt
Blade length:  32 ½".
Handle length: 7½".
Overall:  40".

Blade: India High Carbon Steel.
Weight:
  3 lbs. 4 oz.

Brass Baskethilt
Blade length:  32 ½".
Handle length: 7½".
Overall:  40".

Blade: India High Carbon Steel.
Weight:
  3 lbs. 4 oz.
Price
$229.00 Steel Basket
$229.00 Brass Basket
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