Medieval armour - Charles V shield
The arms of Toledo, the great sword making city of Spain, were granted by Emperor Charles V (King Charles I of Spain) and include the double headed eagle bearing an escutcheon, with Castile and Leon quartered and Granada in point, surrounded by the collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece.
This handsome Charles V Shield is constructed from steel and brass and features an aged cracked paint effect finish with antiqued brass heraldic decoration. It has a hanging chain on the back and a device for vertically mounting a single sword or two crossed swords.
- Dimensions: 69cm long x 46cm wide.
- Weight: 2,405g
- Made from steel and brass.
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