SW546 Admiral Nelson sword


This pattern of sword was quite popular amongst Navy officers throughout the 1790s and into the 19th century. For example many of the officers at the Battle of Trafalgar would have had this pattern of sword. This version is based on the sword carried by the Wax mannequin of Lord Nelson on display at Westminster Abbey made in 1806. After constant requests, we have finally reproduced this sword for everyone to enjoy.

Hilt made of brass, 1050 high carbon steel blade. Scabbard : leather and brass.
Length 98cm, blade's Length 82cm

× These swords and sabers are high quality copies. Blades are made of forged and tempered steel. They might not be used for fencing, though.