Templar Sword with Gold-Red Contrasts

The handle is golden with contrasting red and the blade has a special etching in deep black. High-quality sword from the exclusive Collection “Deep Etching Swords” made by MARTO®. Certificate of Origin and Quality, Made in Toledo (Spain). More information...

€196,00 excl. VAT
In stock 1 pcs
Item physically stored in our Warehouse in Kadan
, dispatch on 23-Apr-2024
Item number: 12658

Templar Sword with Gold-Red Contrasts

Please note: This is just an ornamental item, not intended for real use!

  • The blade is decorated with etching on both sides
  • Overall length 118cm
  • Blade length 92.5cm
  • Handle length 15cm
  • Length of the crossguard 23cm
  • Blade width at the guard approx. 48.13mm
  • Blade width 10cm off the blade point 31.44mm
  • The point of balance of the sword is 8.5cm off the guard
  • Thickness of the striking edge approx. 1mm
  • Weight approx. 2800 g

The Templar Order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage ways.

The order reached the maximum splendour on the XIII century.

The Templar Knights considered themselves as knight of God, honour of church and the Christianity.

Their motto was NON NOBIS, DOMINE, NON NOBIS, SED TUO NOMINI DA GLORIAM “Give Glory, not for us, God, not for us, but for your name”.

It was a very well organized military force and they were the clash forces in all the Crusades.

They were in the vanguard during the attack and in the rearguard during the retreat.

During the century they ensured the effective government of the Latin kingdom of Constantinople. They did not pay taxes or tributes, they did only obey to the Pope and they had properties in all Europe and the Middle East.

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