Two-Handed Scottish Claymore Sword, 16th Century, without ScabbardThis two-handed Claymore (derived from the Scottish Gaelic word claidheamh-mòr, which simply translates to “great sword”) is patterned after the impressive, double-edged longswords wielded by Scotland’s famous Highlanders during inter..
Claymore (from the Gaelic "Claidheamoh-mor") means large sword and is referred to the great sword with cross-hilt used in the Scottish Highlands from the end of the XVth century to the beginning of the XVIIth century. The double-edged blade has a romboidal section because without fuller and is mount..
Two-handed sword of the XVth - XVIth century. Used by specialized soldiers that, coming out from own ranks, cut the shaft of the enemy halberds. Known as doppelsolder because they got a double pay for that dangerous task. Double-edged blade made in hand-wrought iron, wooden shaped hilt and iron guar..