The Pirate Boarding Saber
by Marto of Toledo Spain
The Pirate Boarding Saber by Marto of Toledo Spain was first used by the French and English Royal Navys during the 1700's. The Boarding Sabre was later introduced as an official sabre of the U.S. Navy in 1862. This sword is a wonderful tribute to both the Sailors and Pirates of the High Seas. The Marto version of this blade features ornate engraved decorations in the pommel carved in excellent detail as well as 24K Gold etching on the highly polished blade.
This is a high quality product made in Toledo Spain which you can proudly display.
Overall length: 29"
Blade Material: Tempered Stainless Steel - 24K Gold etchings of map symbol, pirate ship, skull and cross bones, and anchor