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The Princess Bride Sword of the Dread Pirate Roberts

ID#: 501240

Price: $299.00 

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Copied directly from the original prop sword with exacting attention to detail, this  is the officially licensed replica of the prop sword used by the Dread Pirate Roberts, played by Cary Elwes, in the classic motion picture The Princess Bride. This stunning high quality replica features a hand forged blade made from high carbon sprung steel (SAE1065) a leather wrapped grip and chrome plated steel accents. Strictly limited to 750 pieces worldwide.

Each sword includes a leather scabbard, wall mounted display shield and numbered plaque, a certificate of authenticity and a prop story booklet, featuring a special introduction by Director Rob Reiner.
  • Blade: 31-3/4"
  • Display Shield: 11" x 14"
It is important to note when purchasing a licensed collectible that for legal & liability reasons the licensor may not allow a sharpening service to be performed.  This in no way affects the overall value and/or performance of your edged collectible, and unfortunately is not within our power to change. 
 
Should you choose to sharpen your edged collectible after sale, the licensor and licensee are not held liable for any damage or injury that may result from its use or handling.






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1. Randall on 7/20/2013, said:

I love it! I couldn't ask for a better rapier. It is the perfect combination between beautiful and deadly at the same time.
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2. Anonymous User on 12/27/2012, said:

This seems to be a high quality prop replica. The fit and finish are quite nice. The point of balance is about 3" from the hilt, it could be better, but feels okay to me. The blade appears to be well tempered without an undue amount of whippyness. I wish they offered it with a sharpened blade. The only real negative is that the fittings on my scabbard are a bit loose. Nothing a little glue cant't fix though.
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