Using razor-sharp accuracy and a nearly obsessive attention to detail, the master sword smiths at Marto have recreated the epic Father's Sword in a stunning portrait of steel. Breath for breath, each telltale symbol from the elk skull hilt to the antler guillons has been hand-finished to match the film original.
Napoleon’s Ceremonial Sword, made by Martin-Guillaume Biennais in 1809, was worn by the emperor only during official occasions. It was captured from Napoleon’s traveling coach after the Battle of Waterloo. Napoleon Bonaparte was in reality a very small man, and this replica of his sword by Denix, which is accurately sized, illustrates this fact.