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MF1527 Marto of Spain
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MF1527.1 Marto of Spain
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BANNERS OF THE TEMPLAR ORDERNobleWares Image of Templar Knight Banners MF1527 and MF1527.1 by Marto of Spain BY MARTO OF SPAIN

Marto of Spain is world renown for quality and this Templar Banner is no exception. Made of 100% cotton this banner features a dual field halved in black and white. A Red Templar cross is centered and sewn within the white field. The Banners come in two style choices both measuring 44 inches from top to bottom and 28 inches across. Our double sided banner (MF1527) is best used in the field when both sides of the banner can be seen; such as when it is required to be hoisted upon a standard or trumpet etc. Where as, the single sided version (MF1527.1) can be used when hanging the banner proudly against your castle or office wall.


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44 inches high by 28 inches wide
Historically Accurate

Material: 100% Sturdy Cotton
Your Choice of Double or Single sided

These Banners replicate the typical style once furled by Noble Knights of the Templar Order who were openly active during the years 1118-1312.

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MARTO of Spain The most popular sword and armour maker in the world. Arguably the best decorative sword and armour maker to date. Marto was founded in 1961 in the old district of Toledo Spain. Their mission is to regain the testimony and the techniques of the master craftsman. Joining traditional hand crafts with modern materials, are a team of men willing to make a daily effort to achieve the unsurpassed quality which Marto is identified with worldwide. All original Marto molds are given the utmost attention so that no detail is neglected. The hilts are shaped from the original piece and are hand finished and polished. The blades are crafted from the finest 420 stainless steel and are fully tempered to 48-53 Rockwell hardness. Marto is also the skilled maker of Suits of Armor, Shields, Pole Arms & Licensed Collectibles (Martespa)
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Order Of Templar Knights Banner MF 1527
The Order of the Templar Knights
(technically The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon) were founded just following the First Crusade of 1096. The Order was initially formed to protect European pilgrims to Jerusalem and back following the conquest. The Knights received official endorsement by the Catholic Church in 1129 and flourished, growing in strength and wealth, until 1307, when bankrupt King Philip IV obtained permission from Pope Clement V to put an end to the Order. Many members in France and elsewhere were rounded up, charged with heresy, tortured, and burned at the stake. The order was officially disbanded in 1312 AD, but legend holds that a group of Knights Templar survived the massacre, went into hiding, and kept the Order alive and growing in strength until today.
The clothing of the Templar, their flags and banners, were to be white in color (symbol of purity and religious vocation) and a cross of broad arms in the color red in the center. This symbol represents the four elements (the cross arms) and the "quintessence" (the center).
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Marto of Toledo Spain
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