SABER Admiral Nelson SPADROON IUS-TYPE S-107
NOTE KUTY MODEL AND HAND-tempered. Perfectly balanced fencing TO
SABER sharpened BUT IS NOT suitable for SHARPENING
Saber Navy called spadroon is a replica copy of the wax dummy held by Lord Nelson in Westminster Abbey located there in 1806. This type of spadrony were popular among naval officers in the days of Nelson. It was a fast and light weapons. Properly sharpened to inflict stabs and wide enough for cutting. 5-ball dace proved itself in the protection of the wrist.
Overall length: 100 cm
Length of the vagina: 84.5 cm
Length of the handle: 15 cm
length of blade: 84 cm
The width of the blade of the handle: 2.6 cm
Thickness of the blade of the handle: 0.6 cm,
weight of the vagina: 1.19 kg
weight without sheath: 0.87 kg
Blade: high carbon steel: 1060, polished (maintenance free), smooth on both sides , signed R.Teed
handle: brass, mammoth tusk, brass badge in the middle of an anchor and a sign of the monarchy
Sheath: leather with brass fittings on the upper fitting on the one hand a sign of the Navy of the second signature Richard Teed Strand
This replica of the sword of Admiral Nelson has nieostrzoną blade made of high-carbon steel. Dace and head made of brass and the shank of the mammoth tusk with a centrally located brass plate. The set includes a leather scabbard with ornaments of brass and brass Koluszkami.