Sword Raymond III of Tripoli
Sword Raymond, an elegant sword, well built, with a blade long enough and sharp-edged, and grooved in nearly their entire length. The guard has the shape of a cross line that widens towards the exterior, an example of world-class design with a simple elegance. Can be handled with one or two hand due to its elegant weight distribution. Wizard of wood lined with hemp and decorated with brass. The knob has a sleek and stunning octagonal shape. Includes a wall bracket decorated with a coat of arms heraldic of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Our sword Raymond III fits perfectly in the exciting epoch between the second and the third crusade. This elegant sword combines elements of Oakeshott types XIIa, XIII and XIIIa that were much more popular in the mid-THIRTEENTH century: between 1100 and 1200 were used, types XIII and XIIIa
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