Paul Chen Sir William Marshall Sword & Scabbard 2000
retail price: $414.95
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CAS Hanwei2000 item description:
Here is the Paul Chen “Sir William Marshall” sword (model number PC2000) is made based on an original design that is now in a British museum. The original was a sword owned by Sir William Marshall who served under king Henry II, Richard the lionheart and Jack Lackland. It is a design of the A.459 in the Wallace Collection.
The blade is a Carbon steel blade measuring 33 ¼ inches and the overall sword length is 40 inches, and the weight is 2.2 lbs. The point of balance is at the 8 ¼ inch point while the center of percussion is around 12 inches from the blade tip.
The grip consists of a leather wrapped handle with some interspersed leather strips that are intricately woven through. You'll find this to be a very comfortable grip that has to be handled to be appreciated properly. What else would you expect though from as Paul Chen sword? They are renowned for being incredibly good and razor sharp!
The cross guard and pommel are both stainless steel and offer a nice contrast to the overall design, enhancing it's overall appeal. Complementing the sword is a beautiful scabbard. The scabbard has a wooden inner core and a Black leather warp with a polished steel tip and throat. The scabbard leather is stitched at the back in a nice pleasing pattern.
No matter how good your technique is, this is a good representation of the original and still performs some good clean cuts no matter what you are testing it out on. This Paul Chen Sir William Marshall PC2000 sword is made at their Hanwei forge. Highly recommended at this price.
UPC Code: 061564200279
weight: 4.90 lbs
package dimensions: 7.00 x 44.00 x 2.00 inches
item condition:new in the original unopened box item category: