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Robert The Bruce Sword

Product Code: S5773M
Brand: John Barnett
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The Robert the Bruce Sword - Museum Quality
This is a beautiful, historically accurate, hand forged replica sword made from EN45 spring steel from one of UK's leading weaponry designers and forgers. Comes with a Leather covered hardwood handle with cross banding to give a perfect grip, and a full tang.
Robert the Bruce (1274-1329) was King of Scots from 1306 until his death in 1329. This sword is a replica of the one with which he was famed for fighting with at the 1314 Battle of Bannockburn.

This sword is a replica of the King Robert the Bruce double-handed great sword that was used at Bannock Burn in 1314 during the final battle that won Scottish independence from the English.
Earl Elgin is a direct descendant of Robert the Bruce and the current head of the Bruce Family, he is pleased to have in his family Armoury the original King Robert the Bruce sword which has been in his family armoury at his home in Scotland for over 700 years.

Key Features

EN45 Spring Steel
Historically accurate
High Quality Construction


Weight. 2.8 kg
Overall Length 124cm
Blade Length 91.5cm
Blade Width At Widest 6cm
Grip Length 25cm
Guard Width 31cm

This sword comes with a dull edge, but can be sharpened in our workshops for £20.
We hand sharpen all our swords to ensure the temper of the blade is not compromised and use a course stone to achieve the angle and a fine stone to finish the cutting edge.

To mantain and keep your sword blade sharp we recommend you use the puck sharpener after evey use.
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