Squire's Knights Templar Sword
Product Code: 63380
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The Knights Templar were a powerful crusading order of knights founded in the 11th Century with many of their number recruited from England and France. There are many Templar castles and churches throughout England including the Temple Church in London, made famous in The Da Vinci Code.
This Squire's Templar Sword is a product of the world famous Art Gladius factory in the historic sword manufacturing city of Toledo, Spain. It features the words MILITUM XPISTS SIGILLUM (Seal of the Knights of Christ) emblazoned around the pommel encircling the Templar Cross Pattée. The guard also features the Cross Pattée at the centre, terminating in hound's head quillons. The leather wrapped grip is partially bound with cord and the stainless steel blade features an embossed heraldic design.
- This item has a blunt blade and is for display only
- Made from Stainless Steel and leather
Size: Length: 750 mm Width: 180 mm - 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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