Spanish Royal Shield of Philip II. Polyuretane replica. Renaissance Spanish shield, reproduction of the original king shield from Real Armeria in Madrid. Shield of the most powerful monarch of his times.
The Spanish Round Shield 16th Century by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a round shield of the 16th century, dating back to the reign of Philip II of Spain and today displayed at the Real Armeria in Madrid.
On the front of the shield is a battle scene, depicting Romans and Carthaginians during the second Punic war.
Fabricated in polyurethane with relief worked figures.
Philip II shield features
Overall Dimensions: 55 cms - 22 inches.
Philip II of Spain (Felipe II, 21 May 1527 – 13 September 1598) was King of Spain (as Philip II in Castille and Philip I in Aragon) and Portugal as Philip I (Portuguese: Filipe I). During his marriage to Queen Mary I, he was King of England and Ireland and pretender to the kingdom of France. Philip is connecter to Dutch revolution and to the attempt to conquer the England.
Medieval and renaissance knight shields.