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Gift Certificate / Layaway Payment King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Three Musketeers Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain
Give someone a Gift Certificate to Swords From Spain OR use this to set up a layaway for yourself. When setting up a layaway, please indicate the product you want to put on layaway in the "message" box. All layaways must be paid off within 120 days. The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a Toledo steel made blade, etched on its upper part. The cast metal hilt has a shell guard provided with knuckleguard, typical of the17th - 18th centuries rapiers. The pommel is chalice shaped and the handgrip is wrapped in metal string. The Three Musketeers Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain with cup hilt is typical of the 17th century, realized after the popular tale by Alexandre Dumas "The three musketeers", set in that time. The narrow and pointed steel blade is fit to thrust. The cast metal hilt has the cup ornated with 24K Gold and Silver plated figures in relief. On the quillons and knuckleguard are depicted the Three Musketeers; their faces are also reproduced on the pommel. The Handgrip is wrapped by a Gold plated metal string with little fleur-de-lys applied on it. This sword is a magnificent 46 inch rapier  constructed to honor these three brave men.
Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Don Quixote Legend Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Don Quixote Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain
The Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is beautiful and intricately detailed. The sword features a graceful, carefully tempered steel blade. The handle features a finely worked shell guard, straight quillons, knuckleguard, lid-shaped pommel and handgrip covered in fine black leather. From the pen of Miguel de Cervantes, in the 16th century, Don Alonso Quixote (Quijano) , better known as Don Quixote de La Mancha, was born. Knight of a high sense of duty and honor beyond the limits of reality, Don Quixote attacked windmills believing them to be giants, herds of lambs, as an enemy army, wineskins as ghosts, etc. From all of his adventures, Don Quixote gained his fame. Don Quixote was well known in La Mancha as well as elsewhere else. Don Quixote lived incredible adventures, and died sane in the arms of his beloved Dulcinea del Toboso. Miniature Don Quixote Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
From the pen of Miguel de Cervantes, in the 16th century, Don Alonso Quixote (Quijano) , better known as Don Quixote de La Mancha, was born. Knight of a high sense of duty and honor beyond the limits of reality, Don Quixote attacked windmills believing them to be giants, herds of lambs, as an enemy army, wineskins as ghosts, etc. From all of his adventures, Don Quixote gained his fame. Don Quixote was well known in La Mancha as well as elsewhere else. Don Quixote lived incredible adventures, and died sane in the arms of his beloved Dulcinea del Toboso.
Miniature Don Quixote Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Don Quixote Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain
Miniature Don Quixote Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
From the pen of Miguel de Cervantes, in the 16th century, Don Alonso Quixote (Quijano) , better known as Don Quixote de La Mancha, was born. Knight of a high sense of duty and honor beyond the limits of reality, Don Quixote attacked windmills believing them to be giants, herds of lambs, as an enemy army, wineskins as ghosts, etc. From all of his adventures, Don Quixote gained his fame. Don Quixote was well known in La Mancha as well as elsewhere else. Don Quixote lived incredible adventures, and died sane in the arms of his beloved Dulcinea del Toboso.
Miniature Don Quixote Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
From the pen of Miguel de Cervantes, in the 16th century, Don Alonso Quixote (Quijano) , better known as Don Quixote de La Mancha, was born. Knight of a high sense of duty and honor beyond the limits of reality, Don Quixote attacked windmills believing them to be giants, herds of lambs, as an enemy army, wineskins as ghosts, etc. From all of his adventures, Don Quixote gained his fame. Don Quixote was well known in La Mancha as well as elsewhere else. Don Quixote lived incredible adventures, and died sane in the arms of his beloved Dulcinea del Toboso.
Miniature Spanish Tizona Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction replica of the very well known sword from the 16th century, valued in all of Europe, and used by the brave Captain of the Flanders Corps and the courageous Conquerors of America. The Spanish style rapier sword stands out due to its half cup shape hilt that could be finished in different ways (open work, engraved, etched, etc) as well as to its graceful and light blade carefully tempered. Original versions of this historically accurate replica of the Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword can be admired in most of the important museums of the world.
Miniature Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature King Charles III Rapier Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain
Miniature Spanish Tizona Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction replica of the very well known sword from the 16th century, valued in all of Europe, and used by the brave Captain of the Flanders Corps and the courageous Conquerors of America. The Spanish style rapier sword stands out due to its half cup shape hilt that could be finished in different ways (open work, engraved, etched, etc) as well as to its graceful and light blade carefully tempered. Original versions of this historically accurate replica of the Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword can be admired in most of the important museums of the world.
Miniature Spanish Tizona Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction replica of the very well known sword from the 16th century, valued in all of Europe, and used by the brave Captain of the Flanders Corps and the courageous Conquerors of America. The Spanish style rapier sword stands out due to its half cup shape hilt that could be finished in different ways (open work, engraved, etched, etc) as well as to its graceful and light blade carefully tempered. Original versions of this historically accurate replica of the Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword can be admired in most of the important museums of the world.
Miniature Charles III Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a guard sword that belonged to King Charles III (Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples from 1735 to 1759 and king of Spain from 1759 to 1788). Charles the Third (Carlos the Third) was a man of great dynamic spirit, and promoted cultural and economic growth. Founder of the Royal Factory of Weapons of Toledo, he was a promoter of important architectural work. King Chalres III contributed with soldiers and weapons to the independence of the United States of America. King Charles the Third is best known in Italy for granting independence to the south of the Peninsula after two centuries of Spanish and Austrian rule.
Miniature Charles III Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature King Charles III Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Three Musketeers Rapier Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain
Miniature King Charles III Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a guard sword that belonged to King Chalres III (Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples from 1735 to 1759 and king of Spain from 1759 to 1788). Charles the Third (Carlos the Third) was a man of great dynamic spirit, and promoted cultural and economic growth. Founder of the Royal Factory of Weapons of Toledo, he was a promoter of important architectural work. King Chalres III contributed with soldiers and weapons to the independence of the United States of America. King Charles the Third is best known in Italy for granting independence to the south of the Peninsula after two centuries of Spanish and Austrian rule.
Miniature King Charles III Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a guard sword that belonged to King Chalres III (Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples from 1735 to 1759 and king of Spain from 1759 to 1788). Charles the Third (Carlos the Third) was a man of great dynamic spirit, and promoted cultural and economic growth. Founder of the Royal Factory of Weapons of Toledo, he was a promoter of important architectural work. King Chalres III contributed with soldiers and weapons to the independence of the United States of America. King Charles the Third is best known in Italy for granting independence to the south of the Peninsula after two centuries of Spanish and Austrian rule.
In 1622 King Luis XIII of France established the special corp of "The Musketeers", with the first Count of Treville in charge of them. This corp was formed by 100 Musketeers, one cornet, one sergeant, one lieutenant and one captain. Among them, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, known as "THE THREE MUSKETEERS", stood out due to their exploits. Together with the brave D'Artegnan, the three musketeers were the protectors of the Queen Anne, against the conspirations from the treasonous  Cardinal Richelieu. The Three Musketeers Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain with cup hilt is typical of the 17th century, realized after the popular tale by Alexandre Dumas "The three musketeers", set in that time.
Miniature Three Musketeers Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Three Musketeers Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Charles III Rapier Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain
In 1622 King Luis XIII of France established the special corp of "The Musketeers", with the first Count of Treville in charge of them. This corp was formed by 100 Musketeers, one cornet, one sergeant, one lieutenant and one captain. Among them, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, known as "THE THREE MUSKETEERS", stood out due to their exploits. Together with the brave D'Artegnan, the three musketeers were the protectors of the Queen Anne, against the conspirations from the treasonous  Cardinal Richelieu. The Three Musketeers Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain with cup hilt is typical of the 17th century, realized after the popular tale by Alexandre Dumas "The three musketeers", set in that time. In 1622 King Luis XIII of France established the special corp of "The Musketeers", with the first Count of Treville in charge of them. This corp was formed by 100 Musketeers, one cornet, one sergeant, one lieutenant and one captain. Among them, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, known as "THE THREE MUSKETEERS", stood out due to their exploits. Together with the brave D'Artegnan, the three musketeers were the protectors of the Queen Anne, against the conspirations from the treasonous  Cardinal Richelieu. The Three Musketeers Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain with cup hilt is typical of the 17th century, realized after the popular tale by Alexandre Dumas "The three musketeers", set in that time. Miniature Charles III Rapier Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a guard sword that belonged to King Chalres III (Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples from 1735 to 1759 and king of Spain from 1759 to 1788). Charles the Third (Carlos the Third) was a man of great dynamic spirit, and promoted cultural and economic growth. Founder of the Royal Factory of Weapons of Toledo, he was a promoter of important architectural work. King Charles III contributed with soldiers and weapons to the independence of the United States of America. King Charles the Third is best known in Italy for granting independence to the south of the Peninsula after two centuries of Spanish and Austrian rule.
Miniature Charles III Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Charles III Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Discovery Rapier Sword (Gold) by Marto of Toledo Spain
Miniature Charles III Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a guard sword that belonged to King Chalres III (Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples from 1735 to 1759 and king of Spain from 1759 to 1788). Charles the Third (Carlos the Third) was a man of great dynamic spirit, and promoted cultural and economic growth. Founder of the Royal Factory of Weapons of Toledo, he was a promoter of important architectural work. King Chalres III contributed with soldiers and weapons to the independence of the United States of America. King Charles the Third is best known in Italy for granting independence to the south of the Peninsula after two centuries of Spanish and Austrian rule.
Miniature Charles III Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain:
The King Charles III Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a replica reproduction of a guard sword that belonged to King Chalres III (Charles III of Bourbon, king of Naples from 1735 to 1759 and king of Spain from 1759 to 1788). Charles the Third (Carlos the Third) was a man of great dynamic spirit, and promoted cultural and economic growth. Founder of the Royal Factory of Weapons of Toledo, he was a promoter of important architectural work. King Chalres III contributed with soldiers and weapons to the independence of the United States of America. King Charles the Third is best known in Italy for granting independence to the south of the Peninsula after two centuries of Spanish and Austrian rule.
The Miniature Discovery Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain celebrates the discovery and conquest of the New World.
Miniature Discovery Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature Discovery Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Miniature El Cid's Colada Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition
The Miniature Discovery Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain celebrates the discovery and conquest of the New World. The Miniature Discovery Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain celebrates the discovery and conquest of the New World. This LIMITED EDITION Miniature El Cid Colada Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a double-edged Toledo steel blade. The hilt is of Silver plated cast metal with twisted quillons and knuckle-guard, grip wrapped in a metal string with a spheric pommel.
Miniature El Cid's Colada Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition Miniature Philip II Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition Miniature Philip II Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition
This LIMITED EDITION Miniature El Cid Colada Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain has a double-edged Toledo steel blade. The hilt is of Bronze plated cast metal with twisted quillons and knuckle-guard, grip wrapped in a metal string with a spheric pommel. Philip II of Spain (Spanish: Felipe II de Espa˝a; born 21 May 1527 - died 13 September 1598) was King of Spain from 1556 until 1598, King of Naples from 1554 until 1598, jure uxoris King of England and Ireland from 1554 to 1558, lord of the Seventeen Provinces from 1556 until 1581, holding various titles for the individual territories, such as Duke or Count; and King of Portugal and the Algarves as Philip I of Portugal from 1581. Felipe II ruled one of the world's largest empires which included territories in every continent then known to Europeans. Philip's dominions further included the Kingdom of Sicily, the Duchy of Milan, and Franche ComtÚ, a strategically important territory on the eastern borders of the kingdom of France.

Philip was born in Valladolid, the son of Charles I of Spain and his consort Isabella of Portugal. During his reign, Spain was the foremost Western European power. Under his rule, Spain reached the height of its influence and power, directing explorations all around the world and settling the colonization of territories in all the known continents.
Philip II of Spain (Spanish: Felipe II de Espa˝a; born 21 May 1527 - died 13 September 1598) was King of Spain from 1556 until 1598, King of Naples from 1554 until 1598, jure uxoris King of England and Ireland from 1554 to 1558, lord of the Seventeen Provinces from 1556 until 1581, holding various titles for the individual territories, such as Duke or Count; and King of Portugal and the Algarves as Philip I of Portugal from 1581. Felipe II ruled one of the world's largest empires which included territories in every continent then known to Europeans. Philip's dominions further included the Kingdom of Sicily, the Duchy of Milan, and Franche ComtÚ, a strategically important territory on the eastern borders of the kingdom of France.

Philip was born in Valladolid, the son of Charles I of Spain and his consort Isabella of Portugal. During his reign, Spain was the foremost Western European power. Under his rule, Spain reached the height of its influence and power, directing explorations all around the world and settling the colonization of territories in all the known continents.
Miniature Renaissance Rapier Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition Miniature Renaissance Rapier Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition Miniature Sir Francis Drake Sword (Silver) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition
The Limited Edition Miniature Renaissance Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of a typical 16th century Renaissance period rapier fencing sword featuring a swept hilt fit to protect the hand from the point of the enemy's sword. The Limited Edition Miniature Renaissance Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of a typical 16th century Renaissance period rapier fencing sword featuring a swept hilt fit to protect the hand from the point of the enemy's sword. The Limited Edition Miniature Sir Francis Drake Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of the sword used by this famous pirate.
Miniature Sir Francis Drake Sword (Bronze) by Marto of Toledo Spain Limited Edition Functional El Cid Colada Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Functional Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain
The Limited Edition Miniature Sir Francis Drake Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain is a reproduction of the sword used by this famous pirate. The Functional El Cid Colada Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain is a hand forged replica reproduction of the El Cid Colada sword circa the 11th century. This fully functional combat ready rapier sword was painstakingly hand made with a hand forged double-edged carbon steel blade. The twisted quillons and knuckle-guard, leather wrapped grip and spheric pommel trimmings are 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 rapier sword is tailored to meet the demands of re-enactment and stage combat.
The Functional Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain is a hand forged replica reproduction of a 16th century rapier sword. This fully functional combat ready rapier sword was painstakingly hand made with a hand forged carbon steel blade. The double hand clam guard, quillons , knuckle-guard, wire wrapped grip and pommel trimmings are 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 rapier sword is tailored to meet the demands of re-enactment and stage combat.
Functional Deluxe Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Functional Deluxe Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Functional Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain
The Functional Deluxe Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain is a hand forged replica reproduction of a 16th century rapier sword. This fully functional combat ready rapier sword was painstakingly hand made with a hand forged carbon steel blade. The double hand clam guard with cutouts, quillons , knuckle-guard, wire wrapped grip and pommel trimmings are 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 rapier sword is tailored to meet the demands of re-enactment and stage combat.
The Functional Deluxe Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain is a hand forged replica reproduction of a 16th century rapier sword, valued in all of Europe, and used by the brave Captain of the Flanders Corps and the courageous Conquerors of America. The Spanish style cup hilt rapier sword stands out due to its half cup shape hilt that could be finished in different ways (open work, engraved, etched, etc) as well as to its graceful and light blade carefully tempered. Original versions of this historically accurate replica of the Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword can be admired in most of the important museums of the world. This fully functional combat ready rapier sword was painstakingly hand made with a hand forged carbon steel blade. The cup hilt guard, quillons , knuckle-guard, wire wrapped grip and pommel trimmings are 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 rapier sword is tailored to meet the demands of re-enactment and stage combat.
The Functional Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain is a hand forged replica reproduction of a 16th century rapier sword, valued in all of Europe, and used by the brave Captain of the Flanders Corps and the courageous Conquerors of America. The Spanish style cup hilt rapier sword stands out due to its half cup shape hilt that could be finished in different ways (open work, engraved, etched, etc) as well as to its graceful and light blade carefully tempered. Original versions of this historically accurate replica of the Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Sword can be admired in most of the important museums of the world. This fully functional combat ready rapier sword was painstakingly hand made with a hand forged carbon steel blade by the world famous, fifth generation, Toledo Spain swordsmith Mariano Zamorano. The cup hilt guard, quillons , knuckle-guard, wire wrapped grip and pommel trimmings are cast metal. Bearing the famous "MZ" trademark, this limited production sword is a prized collectible for the discriminating collector.

This fully functional rapier sword is tailored to meet the demands of re-enactment and stage combat.
Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional El Cid Colada Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Deluxe Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain
Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional El Cid Colada Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Deluxe Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Clam Shell Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain
Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Deluxe Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Highlander Duncan MacLeod Rapier LIMITED EDITION 20 Anniversary Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain
Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Deluxe Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain. Handcrafted Leather Sheath for the Functional Spanish Tizona Cup Hilt Rapier Battle Sword by Mariano Zamorano of Toledo Spain Highlander Duncan MacLeod Rapier Sword by Marto
Golden rapier sword of immortals.
Special limited edition sword.
Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) is a hero of Highlander series (he also appear in Highlander movie).
Limited Edition Highlander Richie Ryan Rapier Sword of the Immortals by Marto of Toledo Spain The Best of Highlander Duncan MacLeod Sword Silver by Marto of Toledo Spain Peter Pan Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain
Richie Ryan (Richie thief) is a fictional character from Highlander Series, played by Stan Kirsch. Riechie is an Immortal. Richie is first introduced in the pilot episode "The Gathering" (1992) as a young, quick-talking petty thief. In the first season he was a typical sidekick, serving as comic relief, damsel in distress, and sometimes helper.

Highlander swords-Authentic Highlander sword replicas.
The Best of Highlander Duncan MacLeod Sword Silver
The Sword of Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) in a crushing defeat after a fencing competition held in honor of Louis XIV of France, the sun god.

At the end of the tournament Louis XIV was so impressed with the exceptional skills of Duncan he ordered the real swordsmith forges a sword Colichemarde specifications according to Duncan. From the moment you got it became the most prized possession of Duncan.

Peter Pan Sword Marto
officially licensed Sword Of Peter Pan (Peter Pan 2003).
Crafted by master swordsmith Marto of Toledo Spain this is a nimble fast action sword. It is an antiqued, gold plated, teacup guard turned cross and finial-style pommel and is a striking gold contrast against the stainless steel blade.

The Rapier Sword of Peter Pan
Just imagine owning the Sword of your childhood hero...Peter Pan!
Celebrating Universal Pictures 2003 Release of the Legendary Tale this impressive prop is unusually beautiful as wall art.
Captain Hook Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain LIMITED EDITION - Highlander Richie Ryan Rapier Sword of the Immortals by Marto of Toledo Spain LIMITED EDITION - Highlander 20th Anniversary Duncan MacLeod Duende Rapier Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain - Official Licensed Reproduction
Sword of Captain Hook
Authentic Peter Pan 2003 movie replica by Marto.
A sword as hand-down beautiful as the hook-armed, archetypical villain is evil, its lean and precisely balanced stainless steel blade extends from a cup guard, turned cross and turban-style pommel dresses in gorgeously detailed gold finish Baroque filigree.
Crafted by master swordsmith Marto of Toledo Spain this is a nimble fast action sword.
LIMITED EDITION - Highlander 20th Anniversary Richie Ryan Rapier Sword of the Immortals by Marto of Toledo Spain. Official Licensed Reproduction. With its classic rapier sword lines and vintage Baroque styling, the Limited Edition Richie Ryan Rapier is a cornerstone piece. Meticulously recreated from the exact sword used in the series, the Limited Edition Richie Ryan Rapier features an embossed gold plated clamshell guard that segues into the telltale flutes cross and domed pommel, all beautifully juxtaposed against a handle wrapped within forest green king's velvet. Creatively nuanced and gorgeously imagined, The Duncan MacLeod Duende Rapier carries with it an air of haughty, self assured confidence appropriate of the cocksure demeanor of Spanish sword masters. The blade of the Duncan MacLeod Duende Rapier, a lithe, lighting quick sweep of polished stainless steel, compels itself from a grip and pommel holding steadfast within a guard defined by an orbit of banded steel.