Sir William Marshal Sword
Product Code: 63082
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International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
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Sir William Marshal was one of England's most famous knights and described by the Archbishop of Canterbury as the "best knight that ever lived". He served 4 kings including Richard the Lionheart and was one of the most powerful men in Europe. By the time of his death in 1219 he was referred to throughout Europe as "The Marshal". The Sir William Marshal Sword is inspired by the one that he is holding in his tomb effigy at Temple Church, London. It features a hand-forged steel blade, steel pommel and guard, and a waisted leather grip. It comes complete with a well made leather and wood scabbard with brass belt loops (for attaching to a sword belt). This item has a blunt blade and is manufactured for display only.
Size: Length: (including scabbard) 1020 mm Width: 160 mm Weight: 1620 g All dimensions are approximate.
Age restriction: To be sold to 18 years and over only
Heavy Item Delivery £14.99 (e.g. Garden Furniture). Delivered by courier, expect delivery between 1-3 working days after placing your order.
Overseas Heavy Items delivery available from £18.00 and will incur a variable shipping rate depending on country. This will be shown at checkout stage. Expect delivery by courier within 28 days of placing your order.
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