Celtic Short Sword, 3rd - 2nd Century B.C.
Art.Nr.: VM003795
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Celtic short sword, 3rd - 2nd century BC.


The hilt depicts a human, which was very rare for the Celtic period in Europe. So far, only very few specimens with human figures have been found from Celtic Europe. It is assumed that such swords could have been ceremonial weapons, reserved exclusively for warriors of higher rank.


The blade was made of spring steel (EN45). The handle is made of brass and bone, while the guard is made of copper.


Deco article

This sword is a deco item and not suitable for show fighting.


Details kelitsch cross sword:
- Blade material: spring steel EN45 (carbon steel, not stainless).
- handle material: copper, brass and bone
- total length: ca. 63 cm
- blade length: ca. 46 cm
- Weight: approx. 1,1 kg
- Incl. leather sheath

 


Item numberVM003795
Category weaponry replicas
Period: Ancient
Color: white gold silver
Material: brass/bronze carbon steel
Proof of age required: The customer has to be at least 18 years old
weapon type: sword
Verwendungsklasse: decorative
Shipping weight:1,10 Kg