Robert The Bruce Sword

Robert The Bruce Sword

Product Code: S5773M

Manufacturer: John Barnett

£125.00 (INC. VAT)

£125.00 (INC. VAT)


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£125.00 (INC. VAT)


This sword is a replica of the King Robert the Bruce double-handed great sword that was used at Bannock Burn in 1314 during the final battle that won Scottish independence from the English.
Earl Elgin is a direct descendant of Robert the Bruce and the current head of the Bruce Family, he is pleased to have in his family Armoury the original King Robert the Bruce sword which has been in his family armoury at his home in Scotland for over 700 years.


Key Features:
EN45 Spring Steel
Historically accurate
High Quality Construction


Weight. 2.8 kg
Overall Length 124cm
Blade Length 91.5cm
Blade Width At Widest 6cm
Grip Length 25cm
Guard Width 31cm

Additional Information

Manufacturer John Barnett
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  • Price
    Thanks for letting me look at the sword fellow anscestot
    Review by Steward
    It is not for houner nor glory nor riches that we ar fighting for but for freedom freedom alone which no honest man can give up but with life himself declaration of arbroath 1314 the declaration of arbroath
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    Robert the Bruce Sword
    Review by Danny
    This sword is fabulous, customer service is great and very fast delivery
  • Price
    Great Product
    Review by Robert
    I bought the Robert the Bruce Sword on 4/10/19 and it arrived on my doorstep on 4/15/19 in the USA. I was very impressed with the customer service and quality of the product. Thank you very much!
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    Such a proud part of Scottish history of 1314.
    Review by Great Claymore
    I bought Robert the Bruce Claymore last week, I was that impressed with the quality of the workmanship of the Claymore, this weapon stands miles out in front the claymore`s I have come across. It feels good to handle and it cuts very well, tried in cutting a paper sheet, lol . This is a real Claymore at its best well worth buying if you want a superb weapon, several of my friends where well impressed so much another was has been bought 5 days after I got my claymore, well done and such a proud part of Scottish history of 1314.
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    Review by Gav
    This is a standout weapon. The only downside​is the handle wrap is bit naff. The weight is good. It cuts well. The build is great compared to my sarcastic Cold Steal rubbish. As display weapon it looks class, as a cutter it's not light but it will CUT
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    Great sword
    Review by Mad McMark
    I was originally looking for William Wallace sword and stumbled across this Robert the Bruce sword. Oh my goodness this is certainly a great buy. I'm no expert but feel this sword should not be over looked!! By all means the Toledo Wallace sword was bought but buy this one too you will not be disappointed!!!