Sword of Charlemagne
Roman Empire Sword 
  $62 


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Charlemagnes Roman Empire Sword
Decorative Hilt and Handle
Scabbard Included
36 Inches Overall, 28 Inch Blade
Fantastic Craftsmanship -- Strongblade Exclusive

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Includes leather wrapped wooden scabbard
The sword is supplied non-sharpened

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Sword Of Charlemagne
 Model# SBA-CHARLEMAGNE  $62
      Out of Stock
 
Additional Care and Cleaning Kit (All SBA swords come with one standard)
 Model# SBA-CAREANDCLEANINGKIT   $4
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This Strongblade exclusive is a work of art. Designed by Strongblade's lead weapon architect, Alejandro Calas, this Charlemagne Sword is truly one of the coolest Roman swords we sell.

This piece features a gorgeous, slightly exaggerated desinged handle. The dramatic curves on the hand-crafted blade lend this sword a much more dramatic (and downright frightening) appearance. But don't just take our word for how fierce this thing looks. Print out one of the photos of it and hide in a relative's or friend's closet. When your victim enters the room, jump out and scream with the picture held out in front of you. I guarantee the person will scream and jump at least a foot in the air.



A custom-made scabbard of polished hardwood with brass accents is included with this sword.

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