Eduardo, o Príncipe Negro

Edward Sword , Black Prince, by John Barnett
Edward, Prince of Wales (15 June 1330 – 8 June 1376) was the eldest son of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainaut and father of King Richard II of England. He was named Edward of Woodstock in his youth, after his homeland, and most recently was popularly known as The Black Prince, after the distinctive armor he would wear during the campaigns. An exceptional and popular military leader during his lifetime, Edward died a year before his father and therefore never ruled as king (becoming the first English prince of Wales to suffer this fate). The throne passed instead to his underage son Richard after the death of Edward III.
Black Prince Sword
Black Prince Sword. Cadet size 75.5 cms. long, finished decorated brass.
Sword Black Prince
Edward of Woodstock sword known as the Negro.Com gold finishes.
Black Prince Sword
Edward of Woodstock (1330–1376), called Black Prince, was the firstborn of King Edward III of England and his wife, Countess Felipa of Henao. He had the titles of Duke of Cornwall, Prince of Wales and Prince of Aquitaine.
Called by his contemporaries simply as Edward of Woodstock, due to the place of birth, he was not called the Black Prince until the sixteenth century, referring to the supposed armor he wore. He was an exceptional military leader, and his victories over the French in the battles of Crécy and Poitiers made him very popular in life. In 1348 he became the first knight of the Order of the Garter, being one of its founders.