Sword of Richard The Lionheart
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  • Stainless steel blade
  • Intricately cast metal guard & pommel
  • Steel wire handle wrappings
  • Wooden wall display plaque
  • Perfect for historians
  • Measures 43-1/3" overall

Own this breathtaking historic interpretation of England's formidable king, Richard I, also known as Richard The Lionheart. This exquisite sword features a 34-1/2" stainless steel blade completed by an intricately cast metal guard and pommel with a steel wire-wrapped handle. This historical replica includes a handsome wooden display plaque. It's the perfect decorative accent for the historian's home or office.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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Research Reviewed by on Aug 02, 2015   5 out of 5

I wouldn't recommend paying attention to Will's review. If you were to do your research, you would find that while this isn't an exact replica of Richard's sword, it's similar, and it looks absolutely nothing like Tizona (El Cid's sword).

Nice sword, wrong kingdom... Reviewed by Will on Nov 30, 2014   4 out of 5

Very nice for an affordable wall-hanger, but this is actualy a 'replica' of the sword of El Cid (11th century), Not Richard I (12th century). The ricasso shield is the royal COA of Castile and León (Northern Spain), & wasn't used untill the 13th century. El Cid was a minor nobleman, & military leader, but not royalty. So, other than those minor points, it's a great replica! ;)

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