A young soldier’s sword from Justin Kurzel's adaption of Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth.
The story follows Macbeth (Michael Fassbender) who becomes full of guilt and paranoia after murdering King Duncan (David Thewlis) to gain the throne and become the new King of Scotland.
This sword and others like it were made for the production for the opening scenes when Macbeth and his army are preparing for battle. Young soldiers are seen preparing their weapons and being given war paint. The sword is made of rubber and is painted to look like metal. The handle is wrapped with black leather strips.
The sword has some wear from production use, including denting to the blade where it has been used in ‘combat’. Some of the metallic paint work has worn away on the blade, exposing the rubber underneath. Overall it remains in a good, production-used condition.
Materials: Rubber, Leather. Please be aware that the item you receive may vary from the one seen in the photograph.
Item size - 3.54" x 0.79" x 1.18" (99cm x 23cm x 3cm)
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.