Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)
Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)

Robin Hood Sword (Silver Deep Etching)

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The Robin Hood is a romantic story that has been kept alive and has been narrated and retell for 600 years, giving rise to a series of creations, among which we can highlight the reconstruction of the mythical sword of Robin Hood.

- The handle is silver with contrasts and the blade has a special etching in deep black.

- Overall:  123 cm

- Width:      26 cm

- Weight:   2,6 kg

Robin Hood, "The King of the Woods," the outlaw who wandered through Sherwood Forest in the early 14th century, was born around 1290, son of Adam Hood, forest ranger at the service of Count de Warenne and Lord of the Lordship of Wakefield.

Robin became a popular hero for his defense of the homeless; Robin Hood's sword was always at the service of the poor. He seized the riches of the powerful and distributed them among the poor; In addition, by making fun of the unpopular authorities of that time, he won the support of the oppressed peasants.

The adventures of Robin Hood in the forests continued until about 1346; it is said that he died in that year at the Kirklees monastery.

The story ends when Robin Hood, with his sword in hand, manages to sound his hunting horn for the last time before dying by shooting an arrow from the window of his room in the direction of the forest and asking to be buried in the place where the arrow I should have fallen Even today it is possible to see the site that Robin chose as a tomb.

The Robin Hood is a romantic story that has been kept alive and has been narrated and retell for 600 years, giving rise to a series of creations, among which we can highlight the reconstruction of the mythical sword of Robin Hood.

With silver handle with contrasts in blue and blade with special etching in deep black.

A high-quality sword from MARTO's exclusive Deep Engraved Collection.

Certificate of Origin and Quality. Made in Toledo.

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