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Sword Richard the lionheart (99 cms.)

This sword of Richard the Lion-Heart has a blade made of steel 1065 high-carbon. The hilt, the protection cross-section and the grip are dipped in 24 carat gold. Total length of 39 inches.

The carbon steel blade 1065 hand forged is engraved with his motto in Latin, 'Dieu et mon droit', which means 'God and my right'. The luxurious decorations of the hilt, guard and pommel are plated in 24-carat gold. Two rubies imitation simulate the eyes of the lion. A soft wrap black leather finishes off the sturdy knob.

This awesome sword includes a sheath of wood to the game design of the era, the cover of soft black leather and embellished with accessories of lions and crosses are gold-plated; worthy of the lion of the crusades. Includes a double set of belt with long buckles. Manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts®

Reference:
095260001
£315.09
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King Richard I of England, known as 'Coeur de Lion', Lion Heart, was a hero of the Third Crusades and a master tactician on the field of battle. This magnificent sword, is a testimony of this leader is unconditional.

Manufacturer
Windlass Steel Crafts

Data sheet

Long
99 cms.
Material
Acero al Carbono 1065
Weight
1080 gr.
Thickness
4.7 mm.
Blade long
82 cms.
Width at Guard
6 cms.
095260001
Reference Attributes Quantity Price
095260001 Blade edge: NO; ?
£315.09
095260002 Blade edge: SI; ?
£332.12
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