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Sword of Richard The Lionheart S871

Sword of Richard The Lionheart S871


Richard was a king of England known as the Lion-Heart and famous for his exploits in the Third Crusade, although during his ten-year reign he spent only six months in England. He was born on 8 September 1157 in Oxford, son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. He possessed considerable political and military ability. However, like his brothers, he cared nothing for his family, joining them in the great rebellion against their father in 1173. In 1183 his brother Henry died, leaving Richard heir to the throne. Henry II wanted to give Aquitaine to his youngest brother, John. Richard refused and, in 1189, joined forces with Philip II of France against his father, hounding him to a premature death in July 1189.

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Embossed Guitar Strap. (non-adjustable)

<span style='font-family: Times New Roman;'><h1>Embossed Guitar Strap. (non-adjustable)</h1></span>

33.95

This one piece strap is available in nine different colours and is11/2" X 55" in total length with a 3" wide suede lined shoulder pad. It has three button holes each end for adjustment. Same heavy embossed and shaded pattern as above strap.
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Mantle Clock

Mantle Clock

57.95

Fitted with a German Quartz mechanism and available with Roman or Arabic numerals.
Available in all colours listed below.
Approximate dimensions: 160mm x 150mm.
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Barometer/Thermometer/Hygrometer

Barometer/Thermometer/Hygrometer

71.95

Treble Martingale as; Barometer/Thermometer/Hygrometer.
Available in a choice of all colours listed below.
Approx dimensions: 37cm x 12cm

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PLEASE READ OUR SWORD POLICY

 

In April 2008 the government introduced a sword ban. Initially the ban covered all swords with a curved blade of 50cm or over.

Although the current legislation states it is still legal to sell/purchase and own a straight edged sword, there have been several incidents recently that have caused us to review our current policy of selling them online and have decided it best to suspend all internet sales of swords.

We will however sell direct to the public providing they supply proof they are over the age of 18 years and collect in person via our retail outlets.

Most swords are now becoming very difficult and rare to obtain due to the current legislation and we are now running low on stock.

Due to the re-stocking problems we are now experiencing we do not intend to re-stock when our current levels have been depleted.

Please be advised to telephone us for a current stock evaluation.

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Excalibur - Sword of King Arthur S874Excalibur - Sword of King Arthur S874

King Arthur’s history and legend is intimately linked to the magic and mysterious sword "Excalibur". As Merlin the wizard had proclaimed, only the one able to take the sword out of the stone would be the king. Arthur knelt in front of the stone, fulfilled this deed, took the sword, went with it to the cathedral and offered it in the altar. Arthur was anointed with the Sacred Oil and, in presence of all the barons and common people; he solemnly swore to be a loyal king and to defend Truth and Justice all the days of his life. Legend and history were mixed through time and King Arthur’s legend, The Knights of the Round Table and the magic sword "Excalibur" have arrived intimately united to our days.
"No sword save the brand Excalibur could have struck so great a blow".
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Owain Glyn Dwr S930Owain Glyn Dwr S930

Owain Glyndwr is one of the key figures in Welsh heritage. He was of noble birth on both sides, being connected to all the Welsh ruling families. He had homes at Glyndyfrdwy, in the Dee Valley in north Wales and at Sycharth, near Bala, the latter being described by Iolo Goch, his family bard, as "this mansion of generosity". He led a conventional life, studying law in London, and serving with Richard II in France and Scotland.
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Sword of Robin Hood S875Sword of Robin Hood S875

Robin is famous for his gallantry, robbing the rich to feed the poor and fighting against injustice and tyranny. Anyone who knows of Robin has also heard the stories of his outlaw band. The names of Little John, Friar Tuck, Maid Marion, Allan a Dale, Will Scarlet, Much the Miller and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham are as much a part of the legend as Robin Hood himself.
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Centurian Sword S878Centurian Sword S878

The Centurion wore his sword on the left side, swinging from a baldric. The short sword was characteristic of a confident, attacking soldier.
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Sir Lancelot Sword S870Sir Lancelot Sword S870

Lancelot was the son of King Ban of Benwick and Queen Elaine. He was the First Knight of the Round Table, and he never failed in gentleness, courtesy, or courage. Launcelot was also a knight who was very willing to serve others.
It has been said that Lancelot was the greatest fighter and swordsman of all the knights of the Round Table. Legend tells us that as a child, Lancelot was left by the shore of the lake, where he was found by Vivien, the Lady of the Lake. She fostered and raised him, and in time Lancelot became one of history's greatest knights.
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Braveheart Sword S590Braveheart Sword S590

Wallace was the younger son of a Scottish knight and minor landowner. His name, Wallace or le Waleis, means the Welshman, and he was probably descended from Richard Wallace who had followed the Stewart family to Scotland in the 12th century.
Little is known of Wallace’s life before 1297. He was certainly educated, possibly by his uncle - a priest at Dunipace - who taught him French and Latin. It’s also possible, given his later military exploits, that he had some previous military experience.
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Sword of Richard The Lionheart S871Sword of Richard The Lionheart S871

Richard was a king of England known as the Lion-Heart and famous for his exploits in the Third Crusade, although during his ten-year reign he spent only six months in England. He was born on 8 September 1157 in Oxford, son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. He possessed considerable political and military ability. However, like his brothers, he cared nothing for his family, joining them in the great rebellion against their father in 1173. In 1183 his brother Henry died, leaving Richard heir to the throne. Henry II wanted to give Aquitaine to his youngest brother, John. Richard refused and, in 1189, joined forces with Philip II of France against his father, hounding him to a premature death in July 1189.

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Sword of Roldan S872Sword of Roldan S872

A beautifully ornate sword with downward sweeping hilt pierced and engraved with 'lions head' ends and ornate pierced work on handle and pommel in arrow head shape which is pierced, engraved and set with a gold medalion design
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Sword of Pendragon Sword of Pendragon

The Sword of the Mythical Uther Pendragon, Father of King Arthur.
This sword has become a graphic symbol for the King Arthurs Labyrinth attraction at Corris. Set in spectacular caverns carved into ancient Welsh rock. "A subterranean storybook.. the Welsh version of the Arthurian legends". Visit King Arthurs Labyrinth
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Masonic Sword S921Masonic Sword S921

The Masonic rite of Memphis, Egypt, is an Order that teaches to the Men to lend tribute to the Divinity. Its foundation is the existence of God and to it talks about like Great Architect, also it proclaims the immortality of the Spirit who lives in the Soul and that this incorporating in the Body. The Masones considers the ability and the learning not mattering the social and personal condition and distinctions. The introduction of the Masonics Mysteries in Europe was due to Crossed and to Orders of Horsemen formed almost by all the parts.
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Viking Sword Viking Sword

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Knights Sword of The Holy Grail S885Knights Sword of The Holy Grail S885

The Holy Grail is a symbol most sacred amongst the elements of European spirituality. This powerful image resonates vibrantly within the Western soul, with cultural roots dating back into obscured history. Through the years, vibrant debates have centered around the physical reality of the object. To literary scholars, the Grail is a pure symbol device with variants evidenced in several branches of legend and mythology. For traditional Christians, there are no doubts, the Grail is the 'Cup of Christ,' the selfsame receptacle of the Savior's blood which fell at his sacrifice upon the cross.

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Sword of Soloman S920Sword of Soloman S920

King Solomon's broadsword is laden with traditional Jewish symbols and designs:
The Star of David on the cross guard and pommel; the seven-candled menorah customary of Judaism also on the cross guard.
At the ends of the quillions are figures of a griffon-like creature with the body of a lion, the wings of an eagle, and the head of a man wearing a kippah on his head and a braided beard on his face.
Etched on the blade and forged into the metal of the pommel, handle and cross guard are patterned designs based on the harmonious confluence of the Jewish and Moslem cultures and religions that King Solomon' Israel represented.

This is a MUST have sword in your collection!
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Sword of Merlin S915Sword of Merlin S915

The sword carried by Arthur's wizard and loyal friend Merlin, maybe a little magic still clings on?. Mounted on a full length highly polished wooden plaque this sword has a ball pommel and repeated lightening flash imagery to the handle and blade.

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Baraross Sword S873Baraross Sword S873

Black and silver design sword with pierced orb pommel and black and silver banded handle. Hilt is rectangular design and also pierced and in black and silver design. Scabbard in black with pierced and engraved fancy silver band to top, middle and end piece

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Temple Knight S877Temple Knight S877
The Templars were an unusual order in that they were both monks and soldiers. Members of the Order played a key part in many battles of the Crusades, and the Order's infrastructure innovated many financial techniques that could be considered the foundation of modern banking. The order's Knights were also famous and easily recognised, with a white robe with distinct red cross emblazoned above the heart or on the chest, as seen in many portrayals of crusaders.
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Norman Broadsword

Norman Broadsword

Norman Broadsword with Scabbard
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Silver Finish Rapier S929Silver Finish Rapier S929

This classic replica was originally carried by the famed knight known as "The Cid".
This Renaissance sword has a wire wrapped handle and an elaborately engraved handguard that curls around the handle in a traditional style.


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