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Pre-Owned – Valiant Armoury Craftsman Series – Marseille XVa Longsword$998.00Battle ReadyAdd to Cart
Tod Cutler – 14th Century Bronze Hilted Rondel Dagger$265.95Battle ReadySelect Options
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“KoA are the FIRST choice for most collectors in the know. Never mind about the funny name – the reality is that if there was ever a vote for the most popular and most respected seller of swords online by the sword community (especially with members of forums such as MyArmoury, SFI and SBG), there is little doubt in my mind that Kult of Athena would win it…It’s pretty easy to see why they are so popular. When it comes to medieval swords and weapons, few others can can even come close…”
“My personal favorite is Kultofathena.com. It is one of the best online stores for swords if not the best, mainly because do they not only offer really low prices, they also have reasonable shipping rates, they do offer world shipping…. the other nice thing is that they offer lots of great information.” (See video)
“Kult of Athena is easily one of the best sword retailers in the world. They have the widest selection of quality swords that I know of, and are easily the best to deal with in regards to international shipping, indeed, It’s easier to buy and ship swords to me in Australia from Kult of Athena, than from sword retailers within Australia.”
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