Pendant Templar Signet 'Shield', 24 mm

The signet of the Knights Templar 'Foulques De Saint Michel'. This signet is the one of the Knights Templar 'Foulques De Saint Michel', who was Komtur of the Templar in Aquitaine (1251). The cross of this signet is often pictured on emblems of Commandries.

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Pendant Templar Signet 'Shield'

  • Diameter approx. 24 mm
  • This nickel and lead-free pendant comes with a black cord and a card.

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