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Sword of Charlemagne

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Overall Length: 39-1/4"

Blade Length: 31-1/4"

Blade Width: 1-3/4"

Blade Thickness: 1/8"

Weight: 3 lbs / 8 oz

Steel: Stainless Steel

Edge: Unsharpened

Sharpening: Unavailable

Engraving: Unavailable

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The known history of the supposed Charlemagne’s sword in the Louvre began in 1270. That year, it was used at the coronation ceremony of King Philip the Bold. Experts disagree on the age of this coronation sword. The sword would have to be about 1,200 years old to have belonged to Charlemagne. Those who have studied it at the Louvre date it to the early 13th century, which would have it made right about the time it shows up clearly in written history. Whatever the case, this magnificent sword has been expertly reproduced by Marto of Spain. From the 24 karat gold plated, highly detailed, antiqued hilt, to the stunning brightly polished 420 stainless steel blade, this sword will make a fabulous display for just about any room, including that of a Grail Knight! No scabbard. Decorative use only. Intended for wall decor, displays, home or office decor or for costume.

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    I wanted an authentic medieval period sword for a commemorative presentation. I wanted one that was not associated with masonic rituals or mythical characters such as Robin Hood, King Arthur etc. It was surprisingly difficult, but Museum Replicas came through for me. Excellent quality well within my budget. Thank you MRL!
    Reviewed by Daniel  D
    3/2/2017 11:06:25 AM
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    Beautiful sword, a real showpiece! Being stainless this will determine my festival dress in damp weather.
    Reviewed by michael  r
    12/23/2016 7:03:57 PM