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  1. This is my hand made replica of a portion of a bronze statue found in an archeological dig in the Lucentum Forum in Spain. A picture of mine next to the portion of the statue piece as an example. The blade is made of 1075 High Carbon Steel. The Grip and Guard were hand carved from Premium White Holly. The Double Headed Eagle was hand carved from African Mahogany and overlaid with 23kt. Gold.
  2. The "RHEMA" LION'S HEAD Roman Officer's (Parazonium) This sword was made of 1075 high carbon steel. "Based on" but not totally Historically Accurate Roman. This sword hilt is found in the Ludovisi sarcophagus relic sculpture on the hip of the Officer, top center. The Hilt: The Lion's Head Pommel and Grip are hand carved from one piece of Elk Antler, a substitute for Ivory which is illegal for me to carve. The guard is based on an archeological "find". This is my "First" sword and I have kept it for my own collection. I call it the "RHEMA" Sword. It is also what has given me th
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