Sword of Robert the Bruce

By: Windlass Steelcrafts

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The King of Scots

Robert the Bruce, King of Scots, was one of the most famous warriors of his generation. He eventually, along side of William Wallace, led Scotland during the first of the Wars of Scottish Independence against England. He fought successfully during his reign to regain Scotland's place as an independent nation and is today remembered in Scotland as a national hero.

Scottish Single Hand Sword

This heroic sword is as powerful as the man who would have wielded it. The master craftsmen of Windlass Steelcrafts have hand forged this blade of high carbon steel. The beautiful pommel emblazons the Cross of St. Andrew, while the hearty grip is wrapped in soft, black leather and held in place by a corded silver chain. This massive sword comes complete with a matching, thick black leather scabbard and sports a silver Lion of Scotland at its throat and a rounded silver metal shoe at its tip. A 1-1/2" wide belt, measuring 56-1/2" long, is attached. Comes factory sharp.


Reliks Product ID 6091
Manufacturer SKU 501495
Blade Length 35 3/4"
Blade Material 1080 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness 3/16"
Blade Width 1 15/16"
Edge Type Factory Sharpened
Full Length 43 1/2"
Scabbard Leather Wrapped / Wood Core
Weight 3 lb 12 oz

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B - Verified Buyer

"Great item. Very high quality"

B - Verified Buyer

"Love the two swords I bought, great store!!"

T - Verified Buyer

"My son was thrilled "

G - Verified Buyer

"It reminds me of a sword from a game so that is very pleasing, it's well balanced. But I will say the wrapping on the handle is starting to get a tiny bit loose, although that doesn't bother me much."

M - Verified Buyer

"Sword looks better in hand than in any photograph. If you love collecting Scottish military history, this is a must have for your collection."

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