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# RCSZ926786TS Napoleon Rapier Sword Gold# RCSZ926786TS Napoleon Rapier Sword Silver
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Napoleon Rapier Sword

Item # RCSZ926786TS
The Napoleon Rapier Sword
  • Overall Length: 35"
  • Blade Length: 27 1/2" Double Edged with Blood Groove
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Elaborate Gold or Silver Finished Cast metal with red Jewels
  • Scabbard: Gold or Silver Finished Trim and Faux Leather
    $49.99 each


    # 398 French Briquet Sabre Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain
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    French Briquet Sabre Sword
    by Marto of Toledo Spain

    Marto Item # 398
    The French Briquet Sabre Sword
    by Marto of Toledo Spain
    The Historic French Briquet Sabre Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is an easy handling short saber originating in the time of the French Revolution. Later, the Napoleonic troops of infantry, artillery, and grenadiers were provided with this weapon.

  • Overall length: 29"
  • Blade Material: Tempered Spanish Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Zamak
  • Scabbard
    $444.99 each

    # 363.1 Pirate Boarding Saber by Marto of Toledo Spain
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    Pirate Boarding Saber
    by Marto of Toledo Spain

    Marto Item # 363.1

    The Pirate Boarding Saber
    by Marto of Toledo Spain


    The Pirate Boarding Saber by Marto of Toledo Spain was first used by the French and English Royal Navys during the 1700's. The Boarding Sabre was later introduced as an official sabre of the U.S. Navy in 1862. This sword is a wonderful tribute to both the Sailors and Pirates of the High Seas. The Marto version of this blade features ornate engraved decorations in the pommel carved in excellent detail as well as 24K Gold etching on the highly polished blade.

  • Overall length: 29"
  • Blade Material: Tempered Stainless Steel - 24K Gold etchings of map symbol, pirate ship, skull and cross bones, and anchor
  • Handle Material: Zamak - Ornately Detailed
    $899.99 each Sale $544.95


    # 5244 Miniature Lafayette Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain
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    Miniature Lafayette Sword
    by Marto of Toledo Spain
    LIMITED EDITION

    Marto Item # 5244
    The Miniature Lafayette Sword
    by Marto of Toledo Spain
    Marquis de La Fayette (or Lafayette) (6 September 1757 20 May 1834) was a French military officer born in the province of Auvergne in south central France. Lafayette was a general in the American Revolutionary War and a leader of the Garde Nationale during the French Revolution.

    In the American Revolution, Lafayette served in the Continental Army under George Washington. Wounded during the Battle of Brandywine, he still managed to organize a successful retreat. Lafayette served with distinction in the Battle of Rhode Island. In the middle of the war, Lafayette returned to France to negotiate an increased French commitment. On his return, he blocked troops led by Cornwallis at Yorktown while the armies of Washington and Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau, prepared for battle against the British.

    The Limited Edition Miniature Lafayette Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of the sword used by this famous American Revolutionary War hero.

  • LIMITED EDITION
  • Scale 1:5
  • Blade Material: Tempered Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Zamak - Ornately Detailed - Your choice of Bronze or Silver plating
    $142.99 each


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    All Edged Weapons, Battle Ready or Not, May Injure,
    Kill and/or Become Damaged if Used Improperly


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