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  • CLAYMORE, Scottish Redshank Sword

    Catalogue number: OSW21
    Price: 255.00 €
    TWO HANDED SCOTTISH SWORD. Sword is blunt and designed for historical fencing. Quality leather grip, low weight. Wulflund made. Material 54SiCr6 steel Overall length approx. 130 cm Blade length approx. 106 cm Guard length approx. 34 cm
  • Belt Buckle, FLAG OF SCOTLAND

    Catalogue number: CMB07
    Price: 22.00 €
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    Belt buckle - FLAG OF SCOTLAND. Size. 50mm x 75mm x 50mm. Made in USA.

  • Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

    Catalogue number: KNI59
    Price: 32.00 €
    Price before discount: 34.00 €
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    Sgian Dubh, Scottish decorative and ceremonial knife. Sheath included.

    • Overall length 21 cm
  • SANS PEUR badge

    Catalogue number: SCB05
    Price: 14.00 €
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    • material pewter
    • diameter approx. 6 cm
  • LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH CAMERON badge

    Catalogue number: SCB06
    Price: 12.00 €
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    • Material pewter
    • Size 5 x 5,5 cm
  • ROYAL CORPS ARMY ORDNANCE BADGE

    Catalogue number: SCB01
    Price: 10.00 €
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    • Material pewter
    • Size approx. 4 x 5 cm
  • HIGHLAND REGIMENT BADGE

    Catalogue number: SCB03
    Price: 13.00 €
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    • material pewter
    • diameter 6 cm
  • ALBA THISTLE PENDANT

    Catalogue number: MJW44
    Price: 19.55 €
    Price before discount: 23.00 €
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    Scottish Jewelry. Silver Pendant.

    • Material sterling silver
    • Size cca 1.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Ancient Higher Leather Shoes

    Catalogue number: ANB03
    Price: 125.00 €
    Price before discount: 128.00 €
    Shoes for universal age: Celtic, Scottish and Irish, or Roman, Early medieval, Slavic Era. Shoes hold and protect your ankle  better than ordinaly lower shoes. These shoes were developed escpecially for sword-fighting re-enactors. Hand made in the Czech Republic.
  • CLAYMORE - Highland Scottish Sword

    Catalogue number: MSW70
    Price: 255.00 €
    BLUNT Sword constructed for historical sword fight with riveted pommel. The name Claymore is thought to be derived from Claidheamh, a Gaelic name meaning the great sword. The weapon was used by the Scots for example during border fights with the English in the period 1500-1700 CE. The last battle…
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