The Mithrodin Sword was forged by Toukol, a young Elven farrier and blacksmith. On its blade he engraved his maker mark, "Honor ruled by steel, in the Anglecal runes, and By blood I am the protector of the sacred steel," in Annundtal, the language of old Annundos. The hilts were crafted of wood scaled in black whale hide, hardened in resin, and bound in leather, with cast and chiseled metal fittings.
This adult collectible features finely detailed solid metal parts, a genuine leather-wrapped grip and a stainless steel blade. Each sword is individually serialized and marked with the Kit Rae emblem on the blade to ensure its authenticity and includes an art print by fantasy artist Kit Rae. The painting, "Battling the Horde," depicts Toukol and Estea fighting to escape the Uldurin guards. This sword was used in the Frank Miller movie "The Spirit" (2008).
|Blade Length:||22-3/4" |
|Blade Material:||420 stainless steel, false-edged.|
|Handle Material:||Solid metal handle parts, antique metal finish, genuine leather-wrapped grip.|