Excellent 19th Century Two-handed Broadsword
A very good example of 19th Century Broadsword – most likely made for display in a large baronial house and of good quality. With a wrought iron hilt comprising two guard rings and long quillons. There are also two downward curving quillons. It also has a large rounded pommel surmounted with a prominent tang button. The long wooden grip is wrapped in leather. The blade is plain with a rounded tip. The broadsword comes complete with a leather and iron mounted scabbard. This impressive and large sword would make a great display piece.
Condition of the Broadsword
In very good condition with a nice age patina to the metal parts. A few light nicks to the blade.
Specifications of the Broadsword
Blade length is 36 inches (46 inches overall).
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