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Ben Potter

1600's Colonial Hanger

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Length:28 3/4"
Blade: 21 3/4"
Taper: 3/16" at guard to 1/16" 1/2" from tip
Grip: 4 1/2"
Weight: 1lb 3oz.
Pivot point: At tip
PoB: 3 1/2"
CoP: 14"
SN: 1"
1075 patina blade, chisel cut engraved, rope edge steel guard, antler grip, 2bar twist pattern welded pommel, engraved brass nut.

Here is a video of forging the blade for this sword:

https://youtu.be/cuPmW62WasU

 

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This one is available.

$2000 conus

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well, it is lovely!

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Amazing! the whole thing just looks great. Hope you find somebody to buy it!

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Beautiful! I wish the pictures were bigger, so I could feed my eyes a little more.

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What they said above! I usually don't go for a clipped point on a hanger, but in this case it works well.

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Very nice! It's funny, I've never seen an antler handle on a sword, that I can think of off the top of my head anyways. So cool!

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Beautiful work!

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