crossed with the specific goal to restore Christian control of the Holy Land were locked over a period of almost 200 years, between 1095 and 1291. Other campaigns in Spain and Eastern Europe continued until the 15th century.
It includes a sturdy leather covered wooden hem and a vintage ribbon with solid metallic hardware.
The button carries a very detailed Templar coin on each side with a Latin inscription and the symbols representing the Order of the Temple.
The handle is coated in red leather, surrounded by a metallic thread.
Pope Innocent II recognized the order of the Temple in the year 1139. The seal of the Templars, insignia of the order; Two riders mounted on the same horse represent the dual vocation of the order, religious and military. With a Latin inscription that says sigilum militum Xpisti (Seal of the militia of Christ).
The Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, also called the Order of the Temple and whose members are known as Knights Templar, was one of the most powerful Christian Military Orders of the Middle Ages.
With silver handle with contrasts in blue and blade with special engraving in deep black.
Total length: 118 cm
Blade length: 92.5 cm
Weight: 2.9 kg