Swords From Toledo Executioner's Sword (Sword of Justice, Decapitation sword). This sword was used for beheading during Spanish Inquisition. Original sword can be seen in Madrid museum.
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Executioner's Sword (Sword of Justice)
Medieval execution by sword
Decapitation by sword (or axe, a military weapon as well) was sometimes considered the "honorable" way to die for an aristocrat, who, presumably being a warrior, could often expect to die by the sword in any event; in medieval Europe it was considered a privilege of noblemen to be beheaded. This would be distinguished from a "dishonorable" death on the gallows, quartering or through burning at the stake. It was not uncommon fact that convicts asked their judges for mercy - to be allowed to die by the sword.
Executioner's Sword of Spanish Inquisition
Two-Handed Iron Sword. This was used for beheading during Spanish Inquisition. True
Replica of the original in Royal Arms Museum in Madrid, Spain.
The length of this sword is 41.4" and it weighs 6.4 lbs.
Allow up to 2-3 weeks for delivery.
Execution sword is hand made when ordered and sent directly from Spain to customer!