Claymore LargeSword (Silver Dec. Gold)
Claymore is a two-hand sharpened sword, which required both hands to be swung and with a long handle (at least a quarter of the total weapon), which allowed the user to sustain it without having to force the maneuvers, nor of grab it by the base of the sheet.
- Overall: 145 cm
- Width: 30 cm
- Weight: 2,6 kg
A Claymore, "great sword" is the Scottish variant of the late medieval two-handed longsword. It is characterised as having a cross hilt of forward-sloping quillons with quatrefoil terminations. It was in use from the 15th to 17th centuries.
Jacob I (1394 – 1437), King of Scotland, was crowned in 1424 in Scone. After overwhelming the Albany clan because of the conspiracies against him when he was a child, he decreases the power of the feudal lords. Under his rule the Scottish laws were codified and a system of weights and measures was set. Remarkable poet. Assassinated by Sir Robert Graham in a conspiracy. For his bravery in the battle and “strong hand” for ruling his country, he was named THE LION OF SCOTLAND.
High quality Sword of the exclusive Collection "Historical, Fantastic and Legend Swords" made by MARTO.
Certificate of Origin and Quality, Made in Toledo.