Original Braveheart Two Handed Movie Sword Of William Wallace With Plaque
The legend of William Wallace (1270-1305) is also the legend of the mighty sword that he once used.
A "Wallace sword" is on exhibit in Stirling, Scotland, although it has never been proven that William Wallace actually used it.
But regardless of how historically accurate this two handed sword is, its symbolic value is indisputable – that is why it was featured in the movie "Braveheart" with Mel Gibson.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the movie, we are proud to present the exclusive, licensed original William Wallace Braveheart two handed sword for the first time. This replica is very similar to the sword that appears in the movie, especially because Simon Atherton, the prop master for the "Braveheart" movie, was involved in its development. Hand forged of 1095 carbon steel, the blade of this sword is approx. 120 cm long. It has a slight taper and ends in a pear-shaped, riveted pommel. The grip is made of hard wood wrapped in dark brown leather that also includes the ricasso. A crossguard with a rectangular profile and a langet with a decorative pattern complete the hilt.
This original William Wallace Braveheart two handed sword does not include a scabbard (historically accurate), but comes with a licensed William Wallace Braveheart wall display plaque.
Due to its length this item will incur additional postage costs
For the sake of historical correctness, our William Wallace longsword does not come with a scabbard. Typically, you carry a sword this long across your back.
The back scabbard Ref: SNLA6411 will fit this sword perfectly
Total length: 150.5 cm
Blade length: 117.5 cm
Grip length: 25 cm
Weight: 2.42 kg
Blade thickness (base): 5.4 mm
Blade thickness (CoP): 4.5 mm
Blade width (base): 5.2 cm
Blade width (CoP): 5 cm
Point of Balance (PoB): 28 cm
Center of Percussion (CoP): 34 cm