The River Witham Sword

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The River Witham Sword

Postby Big Lazy » Sun Dec 07, 2008 5:14 pm

I've had my eye on this item for a while now and I'm thinking of buying it myself for Xmas. What do you guys think?

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The River Witham Sword was dredged from the River Witham near the town of Lincoln during work carried out in 1788. The sword may be a remnant of the Battle of Lincoln in 1141; however, it was most likely constructed between 1250-1300 CE. The inscription on the blade reads +NDXOXCHMDRCHDXORVI+. Complete with Scabbard.


Price: £100.00 at B-UK

KEY FEATURES:

* Historically Accurate
* Double Fullers
* Leather-wrapped Handle
MEASUREMENTS:

BLADE LENGTH: 31 1/4"
OVERALL LENGTH: 38 3/4"
WEIGHT: 3lbs 6oz
THICKNESS: .28"
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Re: The River Witham Sword

Postby the blade master » Sun Dec 07, 2008 5:53 pm

well made solidly built solid grip and well worth the asking price
go for it. ;)
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