Sword of Francisco Pizarro

(b. Trujillo, Spain, 1478, d. Lima, 1541) or simply 'early 16th century'
Espada de Francisco Pizarro lisa en laton rustico y puno de madera.2
Espada de Francisco Pizarro lisa en laton rustico y puno de madera.1
Sales price: 194 €
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This is a faithful reproduction of the sword in the Royal Armoury in Madrid.


"Sword used by Francisco Pizarro in the conquest of Peru and which he was carrying when he made himself founder, on the banks of the Rímac River, in the city of Lima. Where he was later murdered in 1541.."

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The hilt consists of a flat, beaked quillon-block, two short quillons flaring towards the blade and a thin knuckle-guard to the pommel.

The blade is rigid, with four facets and a thick ricasso cut away on both edges.

Length: 108 cm

Weight: 1.350 g


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