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David Ledoyen




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PostPosted: Sun 27 May, 2012 7:42 pm    Post subject: At the Royal Sword: Father's Day Swords Sale         Reply with quote

Fathers' Day Sale!

[size=150]An amazing dad deserves a great sword. Grandfathers too. And uncles, nephews, cousin, in-laws, bachelors, divorced and women too. When it's time to sell quality swords, I am very inclusive.[/size]


http://www.theroyalsword.com/swords.html

Until Sunday, June 17, 2012: 10 % discount (216 USD / 220 CDN) on all French swords

Please note that only a few FSDL-01 swords with cast brass grip are still available

and only 5 FSDL-02 with wire wrapped grips.


Swords for costumers in CONUS are shipped from Massachussets at a flat rate of 20 USD for one sword.

Also, we offer free shipping on waistbelts ordered with a sword (please note there are production delays).
http://www.theroyalsword.com/accoutrements.htm

Finally, we invite you to discover our French 18th century pewter spoons, all cast in original molds.
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Vive le roi!

David Ledoyen
Montréal, Québec


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David Ledoyen
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David Ledoyen




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PostPosted: Mon 28 May, 2012 6:15 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Some asked about the steel used for the blade. It is 1075. The blades can be sharpend and are flexible, but not as much a modern fencing foil, of course.
David Ledoyen
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PostPosted: Fri 01 Jun, 2012 6:01 am    Post subject: Shippings fees for Canadian customers         Reply with quote

During the time of this promotion, shipping fees for sending 1 sword to Canada is 25 dollars.
David Ledoyen
www.theroyalsword.com
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