The Wallace Scottish Sword is based on a blade that was reported to have been wielded by the real William Wallace in the Battle of Stirling Bridge and in the Battle of Falkirk, during the Wars of Scottish Independence, during which this hero made his name. True or not, this sword is every inch an impressive blade, one that William Wallace very well would have preferred, had it been offered to him. The sword features a bold, broad, powerful looking blade, one that features as its key design a massive length. The sword has a lenticular (gently curved) cross-section, on a long, straight-edged blade that is made entirely from fine steel. The tip of the blade quickly rounds off and tapers to a point, although given its size, this sword is more immediately a cutting weapon than a thrusting one. The unique guard features curled quillons and a round disc base, which connects to the leather-wrapped hilt. The hilt is finished with a matched small pommel. Standing at approximately 67 inches along, this blade is nothing if not massive, and that bulk makes it a truly intimidating weapon to face. Wielded against your foes, they will flee before the sight of this great blade, and onlookers, too, will be struck in awe at the size and detail to be found on this great Wallace Scottish Sword.
- Modeled After a Historic Sword
- Original Was Said to Be Used by William Wallace
- Features a Straight, Unsharpened Steel Blade
- Has a Unique Guard with Curled Quillons
- Hilt is Wrapped in Leather and Accented with a Small Pommel
- A Fantastic Costume Sword, or Display Piece
- Overall Length: 67 Inches (over 5 feet!)