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Ref. 51162

73,85 €
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Roman round shield Parma. Made of 1 cm thick wood, with brass edge and central trim. The shield is decorated with Roman motifs. On the back has a handle to hold it. Diameter: 62 cm.

Ref. 2202

35,82 €
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Small Richard the Lionheart shield with rampant lions in relief. Material: Wood. Length 29 cm. Width 21.5 cm.

Ref. 50658

109,61 €
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There is a handle inside the boss. The shield is reinforced with wooden slats on the back.

Ref. 2158

101,82 €
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Metal shield of Richard the Lionheart, with rampant lions in relief. Length 69 cm. Width 46 cm.

Ref. 2160

101,82 €
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Decoration shield Knights of Jerusalem with Jerusalem cross and fleur de lys. Material: Metal. Length 69 cm. Width 46 cm.

Ref. 2172

135,76 €
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Knights of Jerusalem cross shield. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 51962

174,14 €
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Battle-ready round shield made of wood with strong steel fittings. A typical, very elaborate knot design has been engraved by complex handcraft into a steel plate in the middle. On the backside has riveted padding covered with soft leather. Two leather straps are riveted as well, of which one is long and adjustable for wearing at the arm or at the back.

Ref. 2141-LOR

99,00 €
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Edward´s functional and decorative shield with Fleur Lys, This shield bears the Coat of Arms used by several kings in the House Plantagenet rule between 1406 and 1485, carries two adjustable leather grips for its hold.

Ref. 25171-LOR

99,00 €
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Prince of Wales shield with leather strap. The shield is made of 1.5 mm thick steel (16 gauge) and has a curved shape that represents a classic medieval style heater shield, It has two adjustable leather grips for fastening,

Ref. 2140-LOR

99,00 €
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This English royal shield is made of 1.2 mm thick sheet metal and is hand-painted on the front with three heraldic lions on the purple-red field. Such a coat of arms was used between 1198 and 1369 by many English medieval monarchs, It has two adjustable leather grips for fastening.

Ref. 52650-OF

118,80 € 197,99 € -40%
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This product with slight imperfections or friction due to product from exposures, manufacturing or transport defects, Medieval metal coat of arms decorated with the Templar Cross in black. Ornamented all around with brass embellishments.

Ref. 2159

101,82 €
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Charlemagne decorative metal shield with fleur de lys in relief. Length 69 cm. Width 45 cm.

Ref. 2161

101,82 €
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Charles V shield decorated with coat of arms of Castilla Leon and embossed fleur de lys. Material: Metal. Length 69 cm. Width 46 cm.

Ref. 2162

101,82 €
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Black Prince Shield with rampant lions and fleur de lys. Material: Metal. Length 69 cm. Width 46 cm.

Ref. 2166

95,83 €
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El Cid of Castilla y Leon shield motif in relief. Material: Metal. Length 63 cm. Width 46 cm.

Ref. 2171

135,76 €
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Toledo´s eagle quartered shield. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2174

135,76 €
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Shield of Knights Hospitaller. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2173

135,76 €
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Charlemagne shield metal motifs. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2169

135,76 €
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Black Prince quartered shield metal motifs. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2168

135,76 €
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Crusaders shield with Templar cross and fleur de lys. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2053

135,76 €
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El Cid of Castilla y Leon shield motif in relief. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2170

135,76 €
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Richard the Lionheart shield with rampant lions in relief. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 3216

135,76 €
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Barbarossa wooden shield metal motif. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 3217

135,76 €
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Braveheart wooden shield metal motif. Material: Wood. Length 76 cm. Width 48 cm.

Ref. 2200

35,82 €
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Small shield of Crusaders with Templar cross and fleur de lys. Material: Wood. Length 29 cm. Width 21.5 cm.

Ref. 2199

35,82 €
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Small Black Prince quartered shield with metal motif. Material: Wood. Length 29 cm. Width 21.5 cm.

Ref. 2203

35,82 €
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Small el Cid of Castilla y Leon shield motif in relief. Material: Wood. Length 29 cm. Width 21.5 cm.

Ref. 2201

35,82 €
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Small quartered shield Toledo´s Eagle. Material: Wood. Length 29 cm. Width 21.5 cm.

Ref. 2198

35,82 €
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Small Crusaders shield with templar seal and fleur de lys. Material: Wood. Length 29 cm. Width 21.5 cm.

Ref. 4038

227,60 €
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Hospitalario functional shield. Size 60 x 50 cm.

Ref. 50661

129,58 €
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Wooden round shield with steel boss and fittings, approx. 1.2 mm steel. The back side is covered in fabric. The fist grip ist made of steel, padded and wrapped in suede leather. Wooden round shield with steel boss and fittings, approx. 1.2 mm steel. The back side is covered in fabric. The fist grip ist made of steel, padded and wrapped in suede leather....

Ref. 50508

129,58 €
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Wooden round shield with steel boss and fittings, ca. 1,2 mm steel.The back side is covered in fabric. The fist grip ist made of steel, padded and wrapped in suede leather. Wooden round shield with steel boss and fittings, ca. 1,2 mm steel.The back side is covered in fabric. The fist grip ist made of steel, padded and wrapped in suede leather. Wooden...

Ref. 50509

129,58 €
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This shield is made of wood, with steel boss (so-called Umbo) and hand-painted linen cover on the front side.It is reinforced with thin wooden slats on the back.The carrying handle is lodged behind the boss. This shield is made of wood, with steel boss (so-called Umbo) and hand-painted linen cover on the front side.It is reinforced with thin wooden slats...

Ref. 50510

119,60 €
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Norman Kite shield made of plywood, covered with canvas. The shield is painted with a green-yellow artwork which can be seen in the Bayeux tapestry. 

Ref. 50656

61,50 €
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Decorative wooden round shield with fittings from steel.At the backside the shield is covered with leather. Two leather straps are riveted.Decorative wooden round shield with fittings from steel.At the backside the shield is covered with leather. Two leather straps are riveted.Decorative wooden round shield with fittings from steel.At the backside the...

Ref. 50657

92,36 €
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Shield with handle and leather cover on the back side.

Ref. 50660

199,47 €
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Reconstruction of a typical Shield of the Roman legionaire, made of wood with a brass edging and fixed steel umbo (boss). The front is covered by hand-painted linen. The back side is reinforced with narrow wooden slats.

Ref. 51208

25,41 €
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Mini shield of the Black Prince that includes a sword and support to hang. The shield is made of hand painted wood with metal ornaments. Measurements: shield 11 x 14.5 cm. And sword of 26.5 cm.

Ref. 51209

25,41 €
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Mini Shield of Richard the Lionheart, including a sword and hanging bracket. The shield is made of hand painted wood with metallic ornaments. Measurements of the shield 11 x 14.5 cm. and sword of 26.5 cm.

Ref. 51210

23,96 €
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Mini Templar shield that includes a sword and support to hang. The shield is of wood painted by hand with ornaments of the metal Templar seal. Measures, shield: 11 x 14.5 cms. and sword of 26.5 cms.

Ref. 51211

25,41 €
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Mini shield of Toledo that includes the sword and support to hang. The shield is made of hand painted wood with metal ornaments. The measures of the shield are 11 x 14.5 cm. and the sword of 26.5 cm.

Ref. 51212

25,41 €
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Mini roman shield that includes the sword and support to hang on the wall. The shield is made of wood, painted by hand and with metallic ornaments. Measurements: shield 11 x 14.5 cms. and sword of 26.5 cms.

Ref. 51213

25,41 €
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Wallace mini shield that includes a sword and hanging stand. The Wallace shield is made of hand painted wood with metal ornaments. The shield measures 11 x 14.5 cm. and the sword 26.5 cm.

Ref. 51830

148,00 €
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Medieval shield handmade in metal with 3 engraved fleur-de-lis in the middle and golden rivets around it. At the back there´s a chain to hang on the wall.

Ref. 51831

148,00 €
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Handcrafted metal shield decorated with the coat of arms of Richard the Lionheart and embellished with golden rivets. At the back there´s a chain to hang on the wall.

Ref. 51833

148,00 €
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Medieval shield handmade in metal, decorated with the coat of arms of Castile and Leon and adorned with golden rivets. Chain on the back for hanging.

Ref. 51839

148,00 €
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Medieval shield, Swiss style with three points and a pointed finish at the bottom. It is adorned with the Patée Cross granted to the Order of Knights Templar by Pope Eugene III in 1147.

Ref. 51840

148,00 €
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Shield of metal with the Cross of the Order of Santiago in red color in the heart of the shield. Decorated with rivets all around.

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Learn about Medieval Factory's medieval, Roman and Viking shields
The shape of the medieval shields, their weight and the way to hold it depended on the warrior's fighting style. No intact pieces have arrived, and we have to rely on artistic representations, such as the Bayeux tapestry, to give us an idea in general about its appearance and use.

The shield was the first defensive team invented by man and remained for millennia in the panoply of warriors. The last troops to be equipped with a shield were, during the French invasion of Russia in 1812, the Cossacks and the Asian nomadic cavalry enlisted in the Tsar's army.

Evolution of the medieval shields
In the dawn of the Middle Ages, the shield was the most popular and cheap defensive armament: its price was only one third of a helmet and one sixth of a chain mail.

For combat purposes, the medieval shield had the umbo, which could be used to hit. The umbo is a metal hemisphere placed in the center of the shield and integrated with the clamping handle.

The Frankish warriors carried a round shield of concave wood similar to the Greek hoplón. The carolingian shield is on average larger than the other altomedieval shields, with a diameter between 50 and 80 cm.

During the tenth century a type of shield appears, derived from the round, in the shape of a comet, drop or almond. A Norman invention was created and used without distinction by gentlemen and infants. The elongated lower end allowed the warriors to support him on the ground and form a wall.

It was the most popular shield until the beginning of the 13th century. It never changed the size, shape and materials of manufacture. It was used from Poland to Spain and from Scandinavia to Italy, and during the first three crusades.

Towards the end of the 12th century, the shield adopts a triangular shape. Infantry and cavalry no longer share an identical shield, since the cavalry uses a reduced version.

Also at the end of the 12th century, certain noble families began to use blazons to emphasize their status. The best place to paint heraldic symbols was the shield, with its large and visible surface. This practice became popular, and soon any family with a certain lineage exhibited its emblazoned shields.

At the end of the 15th century, the evolution of arms and armor caused the shield to stop being used in combat.