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Templar Knight Gold Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Gold) Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Silver)
The Templar Knight Gold Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered steel blade with 24K Gold etchings on the upper third with the Templar cross in red. The very elaborate hilt is in 24K Gold plated cast metal with many figures in relief and some in Silver plated inlays, depicting templar symbols. The disk shaped pommel frames a red Templar cross, badge of the Order. The Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Freemasonry Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered stainless steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with 24K Gold plating with Silver plated inlays depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The handgrip is covered in red velvet, ornamented with 24K Gold plated metal. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". The Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Freemasonry Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered stainless steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with Silver plating with Bronze plated inlays depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The handgrip is covered in blue velvet, ornamented with Silver plated metal. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G".
Miniature Damascene Templar Knight Sword Letter Opener by Marto of Toledo Spain Masonic Grand Master Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Gold) King Arthur Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Silver)
King Arthur Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Silver)
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This beautiful Miniature Damascene Templar Knight Sword Letter Opener is manufactured in Toledo Spain by the famous Midas factory of the Marto swordsmiths. The Miniature Damascene Templarios Sword Letter Opener is plated with 24 Karat yellow gold and 18 Karat green gold with a minimum thickness of 4 microns. The Grand Master Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Freemasonry Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered Flamberge stainless steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with 24K Gold plating with Silver plated inlays depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The handgrip is covered in red velvet, ornamented with 24K Gold plated metal. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". This High Quality Handcrafted Sword is a new addition to the Exclusive Collection "Historical, Fantastic and Legend Swords" by MARTO of Toledo Spain. In honor of the great legendary King Arthur, this mighty sword features a stunning antiqued Sterling Silver plated Zamak pommel , handle and guard, richly decorated with the main symbols of King Arthur - Dragons, King Arthur's shield , his crown and topped with a golden cross featuring a red ruby Swarovski crystal. The addition of numerous blue sapphire Swarovski crystals add to the splendor of this magnificent sword

The fully tempered dual edge low maintenance stainless steel blade is mirror polished with an acid etched design on each side running the entire length of the blade and features the Marto stamp of authenticity. The King Arthur sword comes with Marto's certificates of Origin and Quality.
Masonic Sword Deep Etching by Marto of Toledo Spain (Silver) Masonic Apprentice Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Templar Knight Silver Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain
The Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Freemasonry Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered stainless steel with deep etching blade. The hilt is cast metal with Silver plating with Gold plated inlays depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The hand grip is covered in blue velvet, ornamented with Silver plated metal. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". The Apprentice Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Freemasonry Masonic Apprentice Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered toledo steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with Bronze plating with Silver plated inlays depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The handgrip is covered in green velvet. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". The Templar Knight Silver Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a tempered steel blade with Silver etchings on the upper third with the Templar cross in black. The very elaborate hilt is in Silver plated cast metal ; 24K Gold accents, with many figures in relief and some Bronze plated inlays, depicting templar symbols. The disk shaped pommel frames a 24K Gold plated Templar cross, badge of the Order.
Miniature Masonic Sword Letter Opener by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Templar Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Templar Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain
The Masonic Sword Letteropener  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Freemasonry Masonic Sword letter opener by Marto of Toledo Spain has a steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with inlaids depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". The Templar order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage travel routes. The order reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century.The knights Templar considered themselves as the knights of God, honor of the church and Christianity. They were a very well organized military force and were the front line forces during the Crusades.During a century, they ensured the effective government of the kingdom of Constantinople. The only obeyed the Pope, and had properties in all of Europe and the Middle East. Miniature Templar Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The Templar order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage travel routes. The order reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century.The knights Templar considered themselves as the knights of God, honor of the church and Christianity. They were a very well organized military force and were the front line forces during the Crusades.During a century, they ensured the effective government of the kingdom of Constantinople. The only obeyed the Pope, and had properties in all of Europe and the Middle East.
Miniature Templar Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Masonic Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Masonic Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain
Miniature Templar Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The Templar order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage travel routes. The order reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century.The knights Templar considered themselves as the knights of God, honor of the church and Christianity. They were a very well organized military force and were the front line forces during the Crusades.During a century, they ensured the effective government of the kingdom of Constantinople. The only obeyed the Pope, and had properties in all of Europe and the Middle East.
The Miniature Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Miniature Freemasonry Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with inlaids depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". The Miniature Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Miniature Freemasonry Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with inlaids depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star interwined with a "G".
Miniature Masonic Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Templar Knight Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Templar Knight Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain
The Miniature Masonic Sword  by Marto of Toledo Spain is inspired with the symbology of the popular esoteric Brotherhood, born officially in western Europe between the late 17th and the early 18th centuries, where the investiture of the new adepts is based also on the rituals of Medieval Knighthood. The Miniature Freemasonry Masonic Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a steel blade. The hilt is cast metal with inlays depicting symbols of the masonic tradition. The disk shaped pommel frames a five pointed star intertwined with a "G". The Templar order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage travel routes. The order reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century.The knights Templar considered themselves as the knights of God, honor of the church and Christianity. They were a very well organized military force and were the front line forces during the Crusades.During a century, they ensured the effective government of the kingdom of Constantinople. The only obeyed the Pope, and had properties in all of Europe and the Middle East. The Templar order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage travel routes. The order reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century.The knights Templar considered themselves as the knights of God, honor of the church and Christianity. They were a very well organized military force and were the front line forces during the Crusades.During a century, they ensured the effective government of the kingdom of Constantinople. The only obeyed the Pope, and had properties in all of Europe and the Middle East.
Miniature Templar Knight Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Damascened Templar Knight Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Damascene Templar Knight Sword Letter Opener by Marto of Toledo Spain
The Templar order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage travel routes. The order reached its maximum splendor in the 13th century.The knights Templar considered themselves as the knights of God, honor of the church and Christianity. They were a very well organized military force and were the front line forces during the Crusades.During a century, they ensured the effective government of the kingdom of Constantinople. The only obeyed the Pope, and had properties in all of Europe and the Middle East. The Damascened Templar Knight Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is an exquisite damascene (24K Gold decorated) version of a Templar knight's sword. This beautiful Miniature Damascene Templar Knight Sword Letter Opener is manufactured in Toledo Spain by the famous Midas factory of the Marto swordsmiths. The Miniature Damascene Templarios Sword Letter Opener is plated with 24 Karat yellow gold and 18 Karat green gold with a minimum thickness of 4 microns.
Miniature Damascene Templar Knight Sword Letter Opener by Marto of Toledo Spain Functional Templar Knight Medieval Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Templar Knight Medieval Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain
This beautiful Miniature Damascene Templar Knight Sword Letter Opener is manufactured in Toledo Spain by the famous Midas factory of the Marto swordsmiths. The Miniature Damascene Templarios Sword Letter Opener is plated with 24 Karat yellow gold and 18 Karat green gold with a minimum thickness of 4 microns. The Functional Templar Knight Medieval Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain is a hand forged replica reproduction of a Templar Knight medieval combat sword circa the 13th century and displays the Templar Cross on the pommel. This functional medieval broad sword was painstakingly hand made with a carbon steel blade as well with trimmings made by hand in iron by the world famous, fifth generation, Toledo Spain swordsmith Mariano Zamorano. Bearing the famous "MZ" trademark, this limited production sword is a prized collectible for the discriminating collector.

This fully functional broad sword is tailored to meet the demands of re-enactment and stage combat.
Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Templar Knight Medieval Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain
The Symbolism of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey The Builders: A Story and Study of Masonry by Joseph Fort Newton Washington's Masonic Correspondence As Found among the Washington Papers in the Library of Congress by George Washington
FREE ebook.  The Symbolism of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey is an excellent early Masonic text written by one of Freemasonry's early Masonic pioneers and scholars, and it is FREE. FREE ebook.  The Builders: A Story and Study of Masonry by Joseph Fort Newton is an excellent Masonic text  and it is FREE. FREE ebook.  Washington's Masonic Correspondence As Found among the Washington Papers in the Library of Congress by George Washington. An interesting insight into one of America's foremost Freemasons and it is FREE.
Masonic Monitor of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason together with the Ceremony of Installation, Laying Corner Stones, Dedications, Masonic Burial, Etc. by George Thornburgh The Principles of Masonic Law: A Treatise on the Constitutional Laws, Usages and Landmarks of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike
FREE ebook.  Masonic Monitor of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason together with the Ceremony of Installation, Laying Corner Stones, Dedications, Masonic Burial, Etc. by George Thornburgh is an excellent Masonic text and it is FREE. FREE ebook.  The Principles of Masonic Law: A Treatise on the Constitutional Laws, Usages and Landmarks of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey is an excellent Masonic text written by one of Freemasonry's early Masonic pioneers and scholars and it is FREE. FREE ebook.  Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike is an excellent Masonic text and it is FREE.
King Solomon Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Silver) King Solomon Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain (Gold) Deluxe Sword of King Solomon by Marto of Toledo Spain (Limited Edition)
King Solomon reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C.E. and was known and respected as a wise , fair and powerful king. King Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum grade of prosperity. King Solomon built the Jerusalem Temple , and a wall around the city as well as cultivated the sciences and the arts. King Solomon reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C.E. and was known and respected as a wise , fair and powerful king. King Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum grade of prosperity. King Solomon built the Jerusalem Temple , and a wall around the city as well as cultivated the sciences and the arts. King Solomon reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C.E. and was known and respected as a wise , fair and powerful king. King Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum grade of prosperity. King Solomon built the Jerusalem Temple , and a wall around the city as well as cultivated the sciences and the arts.
Miniature Solomon Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Solomon Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Solomon Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain
King Solomon reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C.E. and was known and respected as a wise , fair and powerful king. King Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum grade of prosperity. King Solomon built the Jerusalem Temple , and a wall around the city as well as cultivated the sciences and the arts. King Solomon reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C.E. and was known and respected as a wise , fair and powerful king. King Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum grade of prosperity. King Solomon built the Jerusalem Temple , and a wall around the city as well as cultivated the sciences and the arts. King Solomon reigned in Israel between 970 and 931 B.C.E. and was known and respected as a wise , fair and powerful king. King Solomon raised the Israelite monarchy to the maximum grade of prosperity. King Solomon built the Jerusalem Temple , and a wall around the city as well as cultivated the sciences and the arts.
Knight Templar Short Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Masonic Short Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Masonic Dagger by Marto of Toledo Spain

The order reached the maximum splendor on the XIII century.

The Templar Knights considered themselves as knight of God, honor of church and the Christianity.

Their motto was

NON NOBIS, DOMINE, NON NOBIS, SED TUO NOMINI DA GLORIAM

“Give Glory, not for us, God, not for us, but for your name”.

It was a very well organized military force and they were the clash forces in all the Crusades.

They were in the vanguard during the attack and in the rearguard during the retreat.

During the century they ensured the effective government of the Latin kingdom of Constantinople. They did not pay taxes or tributes, they did only obey to the Pope and they had properties in all Europe and the Middle East.

FREEMASONRY: “a philanthropic, institution intended to achieve an
understanding of truth, the study of ethics and the practice of
solidarity, working for the material and moral improvement of humanity,
it is compatible with any religious or esoteric faith which does not
annul the freedom of individuals”. Starting from the tradition of
builders harking back to the “medieval masons and architects”
freemasonry pursues the personal self-construction of the individual.
This
unique MASONIC dAGGER contains a great many of the symbols used in the
craft, particularly the compass and set square, the plumb line and the
hammer, the sacred book and the eye of the Supreme Being, and the
five-pointer star inscribed in the capital “G” of the Great.
Knight Templar Dagger by Marto of Toledo Spain

The Templar Order was established in 1.118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage ways.
The order reached the maximum splendor on the XIII century.
The nights Templar considered themselves as knight of God, honor of church and the Christianity.
Their motto was:

NON NOBIS, DOMINE, NON NOBIS, SED TUO NOMINI DA GLORIAM “Give Glory, not for us, God, not for us, but for your name”.

It was a very well organized military force and they were the clash forces in all the Crusades.
They were in the vanguard during the attack and in the rearguard during the retreat.
During the century they ensured the effective government of the Latin kingdom of Constantinople. They did not pay taxes or tributes, they did only obey to the Pope and they had properties in all Europe and the Middle East.