This classic 13th Century Medieval scabbard style is often seen in art work, holding the sword at a slight angle, but not the more distinctive angle of later centuries. This scabbard suspension system compliments the swords perfectly.
The scabbard itself is made from poplar and covered with vegtan leather finished with a bronze chape and it is suspended with embossed belts and a cast bronze buckle.
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This scabbard will suit an Albion Archduke, Maximilian or Tyrolean sword. A poplar wood cored scabbard, covered in veg tan leather with an incised and stamped decoration and dyed brown. It has...
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