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Cid Tizona Sword Silver

Tizona of Cid sword finished in silver leaf legend I AM THE TIZONA that killed Allen King Bucar sea, and won a thousand frames Tizón val d'gold. (The Song of the Cid, verses 2425-2426.)

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012940000
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XI century Castilian knight, Don Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, called the Cid. Cid derives from the nickname that gave the Moors: SIDI, Lord; and Campeador, equivalent to battling the fields of Spain.

It has a great history behind it as the greatest conqueror of its time between Moors and Christians. He won in battle two famous swords, one of which is the Tizona faithfully reproduced here.

Manufacturer
Acero Toledano

Data sheet

Width
19 cms. (7.5 ")
Material
Blade: Stainless Steel
Weight
1.84 kg (4 pounds)
Height
100 cms. (39.4 ")
012940000
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