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Miniature Scottish Claymore Sword

$85.68 inc. GST

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Miniature Scottish Claymore Sword.

**Limited stock 1 only – Discounted for slight damage to scabbard**

P Blashki & Sons are not only manufacturers but also suppliers of high quality regalia and have have been for over 160 years.

Crafted to resemble a miniature sword and scabbard by the manufacturers of Australian military swords. This item is the ideal presentation piece which also functions as a letter opener.

Only 28 cm long and displayed on a presentation stand, in addition, it retails in a quality presentation pack.

These beautifully boxed miniature swords retain all the detail of the full-sized versions. Also, they make a perfect companion for the standard-sized swords or as a collection in their own right.

Miniature Scottish Claymore Sword.

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Swords carried in the Australian Army

There are three distinct types of Claymore swords.

First, The original ‘claidheamh mor’ refers to the large two-handed sword used in the late Medieval to early modern times.

Second, called a ‘claidheamh da laimh’ was also a two-handed heavy broadsword.

A claymore from Scottish Gaelic: claidheamh-mòr, “great sword” is either the Scottish variant of the late medieval two-handed sword or the Scottish variant of the basket-hilted sword.

The word claymore was first used in reference to swords in the 18th century in Scotland and parts of England to refer to basket-hilted swords. Such swords remain in service with officers of Scottish regiments in Great Britain and various Commonwealth countries today.

Additional information

Weight 2000 g
Dimensions 320 × 250 × 105 mm
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