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Red Dragon Combat - Temple Church Sword

Red Dragon Combat - Temple Church Sword

Regular price £220.00 GBP
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Our Temple Church sword is a replica of a sword found in the River Thames in London. The sword, forged in the period between 1300-1350, was discovered opposite Temple Church, the headquarters of the Knights Templar in England.

During the 14th century, the gardens of the Temple in London ran down to the river’s edge where this sword was discovered. The discovery location, coupled with the crosses in the pommel, suggests that it is a Templar knight’s sword thrown into the river when the Order of the Temple was dissolved by Edward II in 1314.

Overall Length: 127.5cm
Blade Length: 100.5cm
Blade Width: 5cm
Blade Thickness: 0.4cm
Guard Width: 20cm
Point of Balance: 20cm
Weight: 1550g
Material: High Carbon Steel Blade, Leather Grip
Edge: Blunt - 1.5mm
Pommel: Peened
Scabbard: Wood, Leather & Steel

All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

This product is suitable for:
Living History
Test Cutting

Age Verifiction

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The Challenge 25 approach to conduct Age Verification checks whenever we deliver such items.

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Care Instructions

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