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Dave C
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Another licensed Replica adorning the walls of my Home Theater:

 

Limited Edition Anduril the Sword of King Elessar

United Cutlery has sold all 5000 copies

 

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"Narsil/Anduril are perhaps the most famous swords in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy. At the end of the second age of Middle-earth, Narsil's blade was shattered, as Elendil fell during the Last Alliance of Elves and Men in the great battle against Sauron, creating the Shards of Narsil. Isildur, Elendil's son, then used the broken hilt of Narsil to cut "The One Ring" from Sauron's finger, breaking the bonds of his power, banishing his evil shadow into the darkness. The Shards were kept in Rivendell, the house of Elrond, for safe keeping. Legend told that the sword would one day be reforged and the king would return."

 

Each sword is individually serialized to insure authenticity. Includes a parchment certificate of authenticity, along with a second certificate personally autographed by production designer John Howe. Mr. Howe played a major role in designing Anduril and many of the other props featured in The Lord of the Rings trilogy of feature films, presented by New Line Cinema.

 

Overall Length: 52-7/8"

Blade Length: 40-5/8

Blade Thickness: 1/4"

Blade Material: Tempered, 420 J2 stainless steel, false-edged. Inscribed with runes.

 

Handle: Solid metal crossguard and pommel with an antique silver plated finish and twenty-four karat gold plated fittings. The pommel is inscribed with runes and the grip is wrapped in genuine leather.

Plaque: Silkscreened wood, twenty-four karat gold plated, 3-D relief cast metal symbols of the Kingdom of Gondor. "

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