Hanwei Sir William Marshall Sword - SH2000
Hanwei Sir William Marshall Sword
The Hanwei Marshall Sword one-handed sword embodies the quality and authenticity of a sword design. The appearance of the sword is based on the original, currently in the British museum, used by one of the best knights of England, Sir William Marshall, who faithfully served the crown under the reign of Henry II, Richard the Lionheart and Jack Lackland. The Hanwei SH2000 version has a blade made of high carbon steel with excellent properties and good balance. The blade is hardened to HRC 54 and has full-length fuller providing a perfect combination of speed and strength. The handle is wrapped and laced with leather, and the guard and head are elegant in terms of functional simplicity. The scabbard is covered with leather with steel fasteners. See also SH2001 - forged version, layered blade and SH2046 - training version of the Marshall sword.