The Kings Heir Sword

The Kings Heir Sword

Product Code: A238

Manufacturer: Ancient Warrior

£95.00 (INC. VAT)

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Strider (also known as Aragorn) is the son of Arathorn, and heir to the Kingdom of Gondor.
His ancestor, Isildur, was the King who cut the Ring of Power from the hand of Sauron with the sword Narsil (Also available). Strider has served as a Ranger and joins the Fellowship to destroy the Ring that threatens his countrymen.
This is a high quality made sword that is simply a stunning item, a must have item for the movie fans.
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Key Features:

Overall Length: 118cm
Blade Length: 90cm
Grip: 18cm
Blade Material: Tempered, 420 J2 stainless steel, false-edged.
Handle material: Solid metal crossguard and pommel, antique metal finish, genuine leather-wrapped grips.
Plaque: Wood, silkscreened with the heraldic insignia of the Kingdom of Gondor, hardware included.

Perfect for the movie fans
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    Decent sword and good value for money
    Review by Martholio
    Solidly constructed wall-hanger. The size will not disappoint, although the lack of detail and lackluster workmanship on the blade itself might. The leather on the pommel can also look and feel a bit synthetic rather than genuine - however I'm not a leatherworker so it might be down to the finish, and it's sturdy enough. It is also noticeably lighter than a real two-handed sword, but again, this is because it is ornamental.

    It is definitely not as detailed or heavy as the official United Cutlery line (Noble Collection for The Hobbit), but it is also much cheaper.

    Overall good, solid sword that has no jiggle or looseness to it that so many wall-hanging weapons tend to have. It is relatively lightweight, goodlooking and ready to use as decoration and pose in pictures with. DO NOT buy this sword if you are looking for a practice sword (a bit of a duh statement but I feel it is often relevant here).