Marto Connor Macleod Sword - Highlander
The Clan Macleod Family Sword was wielded by the immortal Connor Macleod in the cult 80’s movie Highlander. He used it from the time of his first battle with the Kurgan and Clan Fraser in 1536 up until the death of his wife in 1590 where it was used as a grave marker. He returns in 1995 to retrieve the sword after his katana is broken by the immortal Kane. The sword is still in place although worn by the ravages of time.
This item is now out of license but made to the same exact specifications as the original licensed product. It features a steel hilt with “Macleod” emblazoned across the guard and a brown suede wrapped handle. The broad blade is constructed from stainless steel for a maintenance free finish and features blunt edges for safety.
Blade Length: 83cm
Blade: AISI 440 Stainless Steel
Scabbard: Not Included
All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.
- Please note that these weapons have a blunted edge and are designed for display purposes only.
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