Richard the Lionheart sword
Please note that we are unable to send this replica outside of the U.K. You must be 18 years old to purchase this product. No license is required.
Son of Henry II and King of England 1189-99, Richard I was known as a very powerful king, a chivalrous knight, and a fearless warrior.
He was called Coeur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart, but he is best known as the Crusader King for his involvement in the Crusades.
The Lionheart sword is a beautiful representation of the sword he carried in his quest for Jerusalem.
It features a Toledan stainless steel blade and has a very ornate hilt decorated with gold and enamel.
This item is blunt and is for ornamental use only.
Dimensions: 11cm long, blade is 89cm long, grip is 11cm long.
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All orders are processed immediately and are despatched on clearance of payment - within 3-5 days, depending on the time of receipt and if the products are in stock. If a product is no longer available or out of stock, you will be contacted by phone or email as soon as possible and provided with a new delivery date, if applicable.
Standard shipping charges
Postage and packing is based on geographical areas:
US & Canada: £25.00
Rest of the World: From £35.00 *
Some countries charge import duties and taxes. You are considered the importer of goods and must comply with all laws and regulations of the destination country of your order.
Official palace guidebooks, up to a maximum of 3 in a basket, are delivered to a UK address free of charge. If any other products, or additional guidebooks, are added to the basket, the delivery charges will apply as shown above.
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