St. Maurice Sword, 13th C., Practical Blunt, SK-B
St. Maurice was known as the leader of the Theban Legion and has been worshipped as a patron of the army, cutlers and armorers since the 4th century.
The sword, which is stored and worshipped with some of his mortal remains in Turin, is said to be the one that Maurice was decapitated with, although the sword was crafted in the 13th Century, 1000 years after this event.
This representation features a blade of EN45 spring steel. The edges are blunt and the tip is rounded for safety. The blade has a wide fuller which offers both great flexibility and a lighter weight.
The curved guard and the brazil nut shaped pommel have been made of steel.
The hilt is wrapped with dark leather. The high-quality scabbard is made of wood, and is leather wrapped and features brass carrying rings.
With high quality scabbard
True to the original
Sword Classification: SK-B
Blade Material: EN45 spring steel
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Overall Length: approx. 95 cm
Blade Length: approx. 79.5 cm
Handle Length: approx. 15 cm
Weight: approx. 1138 g
Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.
Shipping Weight: 2.0 kg
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