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scottish basket hilt sword - pre-Culloden w/ the Stewart "S" and a bird

scottish basket hilt sword - pre-Culloden w/ the Stewart "S" and a bird, a true Jacobite sword

A Scottish basket hilted broad sword of Glasgow type, circa 1700 blade 92cm long, overall length 105cm  Estimate: £2500  - 3500

A Scottish basket hilted broad sword of Glasgow type, circa 1700 blade long, overall length Estimate: - 3500

Claymore, circa 1610-1620, Scottish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Alan Rutherfurd Stuyvesant, 1954 (54.46.10) #swords

The claidheamh mòr or great sword (Claymore), circa Scottish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Alan Rutherfurd Stuyvesant, 1954

Another Pre-Culloden Scottish baskethilt sword c.1690-1720
From the same collection as item 0023. The guard has the "S" design which stood for "Stewart" (noble family in Scotland) These swords were often stored in the thatched roofs to keep the British from finding their weapons. Because of this, Not many survived the wet conditions. Blade is marked with a kings head several times on each side. I believe it is made by Mattias Wundes, German maker during the 16th c. Blade is 32 inches. 37.5…

Another Pre-Culloden Scottish baskethilt sword From the same collection as item The guard has the "S" design which stood for "Stewart" (noble family in Scotland)

early 18th c. Scottish baskethilt sword Blade is most likely made during the 17th c. Thick steel hilt decorated with pierce work and chiselled details.

Scottish baskethilt sword Blade is most likely made during the c. Thick steel hilt decorated with pierce work and chiselled details.

Scottish basket-hilted Broadsword - 1780

Scottish basket-hilted Broadsword - Glasgow Hammerman's style hilt with a double edged Italian blade by Andrea Ferara (not to be confused with the Claymore).

Rare Scottish basket hilted broadsword by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow Circa 1740

Rare Scottish basket hilted broadsword by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow Circa 1740 - Art unto itself.

Pre-Culloden Scottish baskethilt sword c.1690-1720
Good chance this sword was used in the Battle of Culloden in 1746. The guard has the "S" design which stood for "Stewart" (noble family in Scotland) These swords were often stored in the thatched roofs to keep the British from finding their weapons. Because of this, Not many survived the wet conditions. The handle is either horn or wood, and appears to be rehandled in the 18th c. untouched condition. Blade signed by famous maker Andrea…

Pre-Culloden Scottish baskethilt sword Good chance this sword was used in the Battle of Culloden in The guard has the "S" design which stood for "Stewart" (noble family in Scotland) .

A Scottish half-basket hilted sword (possibly to be used on horse back) converted from a full basket by John Simpson the younger. Portions o...

A Scottish half-basket hilted sword (possibly to be used on horse back) converted from a full basket by John Simpson the younger.

Massive 18th c. Scottish baskethilt horseman's sword
Very nice sword made during the early 18th c. Jeffrey's blade. Thick steel hilt decorated with pierce work and chiselled details.

This is exactly the Outlander sword, fellow pinner text: Massive c. Scottish baskethilt horseman's sword Very nice sword made during the early c. Thick steel hilt decorated with pierce work and chiselled details.

This Jacobite Dirk hails from the early 18th century. It is 16" overall with an 11" blade. The hilt is made of wood with deeply carved rope weave and the brass fittings have a Celtic rope design.

This Jacobite Dirk hails from the early century. It is overall with an blade. The hilt is made of wood with deeply carved rope weave and the brass fittings have a Celtic rope design.

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