Deluxe sword of Catholic Kings by Marto of Toledo Spain is a LIMITED EDITION reproduction of the great sword kept in the Real Armeria in Madrid. Ceremonial sword of Isabella Castile and Ferdinand Aragon. Memento meio mater Dei mei.
The Sword of Catholic Kings by Marto of Toledo Spain is a LIMITED EDITION reproduction of the great sword kept in the Real Armeria (Royal Armoury) in Madrid, made in the 15th century, during the reign of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabelle of Castile and used in solemn court occasions until the 18th century.
The Catholic Kings Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is one of the most spectacular swords in Spanish History. With this sword, the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella, knighted Christopher Columbus on his return from his first voyage to America. In the Throne Hall of the Royal Palace in Barcelona, Columbus was named "Admiral of the Ocean" and "Viceroy of the Indies". This ceremonial sword was used as the symbol of the royal power in all religious and political ceremonies, since the conquest of Grenada and the beginning of Spain as a nation.
LIMITED EDITION Version.
Overall Length: 120 cms - 48 inches.
Guard inscription: Memento meio mater Dei mei (Remember me, mother of my Lord).
Blade: 420 stainless steel - fully tempered to 48-53 Rockwell hardness - 24K Gold etching.
Handle: Cast metal guard and pommel with 24K Gold plated finish, genuine leather wire-wrapped grip.
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