HENRY VIII SWORD BY JOHN BARNETT - S5774
Henry VIII Sword Museum Quality
Made by John Barnett English King - Henry VIII Museum Quality Sword A beautiful, historically accurate, hand forged replica sword made from EN45 spring steel from one of Scotland's leading weaponry designers and forgers. This item has a sharpened edge blade with a full tang that is cup peened riveted over the pommel. The large ball pommel counter acts the blades weight giving good ballance Henry VIII (1491 – 1547) was a significant figure in the history of the English monarchy. Although in the great part of his reign he brutally suppressed the influence of the Protestant Reformation in England, a movement having some roots with John Wycliffe in the 14th century, he is more popularly known for his role in the separation of the Church of England from the Roman Catholic Church. He is also famed for his large number of wives, only two of whom survived him.
Key Features EN45 Spring Steel Historically Accurate High Quality Construction Specification: Sword Weight 2.4kg Overall Length 115cm Blade Length 88cm Blade Width 6.2cm Grip Length 17cm