Masonic Knights Templar

Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard

Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard
Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard

Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard   Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard

NOTE : THE TIPS ARE REGULAR AND ROLLED TIPS CAN BE MADE ON DEMAND, ALSO THE REGULARLY SUPPLIED SWORDS ARE WITH SQUARE DESIGNED BLADE ABOVE THE TIP, PLAIN BLADE WITH A SINGLE FULL LENGTH FULLER NEED TO BE MADE READY ON DEMAND. Blade: EN-45 Spring Steel Oil Manual Tempered, Pommel peened, Thorough tested full tang. Blade Thickness: 1.5 mm. Weight: 1.5-1.7 kgs. The story of the persecution and sudden dissolution of the secretive yet powerful medieval Templars has drawn many other groups to use alleged connections with the Templars as a way of enhancing their own image and mystery.

There is no clear historical connection between the Knights Templar, which were dismantled in the Rolls of the Catholic Church in 1309 with the martyrdom of Jacques de Molay, and any of the modern organizations, of which, except for the Scottish order, the earliest emerged publicly in the 18th century. There is often public confusion and many overlook the 400-year gap. However, in 1853, Napoleon III officially recognised the OSMTH. The order operates on the basis of the traditions of the medieval Knights Templar, celebrating the spirit of, but not claiming direct descent from the ancient order founded by Hugues de Payens in 1118 and dissolved by Pope Clement V in 1312. The 19th Century German Templers. Did not claim any direct or indirect descent from the medieval knights, their name having a completely different origin. A CONTENTED CUSTOMER AND GOOD FEEDBACK IS OUR PRIME MOTIVE. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Swords & Sabers\European & Mediterranean\Medieval". The seller is "ancienthandicraft" and is located in this country: IN. This item can be shipped to Canada.
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Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard   Medieval Masonic Knights Templar Crusader Mason's functional Sword with Scabbard