CAS Hanwei River Witham Sword, Duplicate
The River Witham Sword was dredged from the River Witham near the town of Lincoln during work carried out in 1788. The sword may be a remnant of the Battle of Lincoln in 1141, but it is more likely that it was made between 1250-1300 CE. The inscription on the blade reads: +NDXOXCHMDRCHDXORVI+.
Specs will vary slightly
from piece to piece.
- Key FeaturesForged High-Carbon Blade
- Scabbard included
- Peened Pommel
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (high carbon)|
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|title_tag||CAS Hanwei River Witham Sword, Duplicate|