German two-hand sword, in the Swiss or German late 16th century style. With fullered blade with a spurious mark inlaid on one side and cut with another on the reverse, large iron hilt of faceted bars, including long S-shaped quillons with moulded knop terminals, inner-and outer-rings each formed as a pair of marine monsters conjoined at the tail, faceted stopper-shaped pommel, and wire-bound leather-covered grip. L. overall: 152 cm - L. blade: 110.4 cm - W.: 27,5 cm.
# 770 Merlin the Wizard Sword by Marto of Toledo Spain -- This is a beautiful blade that I got on clearance at a K's Merchandise. I have used it to give a frame of reference to the Sword that Belengol crafts at the forge in Act IV.