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Closed 31/12/2020
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Closed on 31/12/2020
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This majestic 15th century sword is of a type which became popular among medieval knights due to the increased use of plate armour on the battlefield. Wielded with two hands, the superior length and weight of this weapon meant it could deliver a more powerful blow to an opponent. This one has a pommel which is rounded at the tip, and straight quillions at right angles to the grip. An object with wide appeal, this would make a fantastic retirement gift, a heroic romantic gesture, or perhaps an inspirational way to remember someone who had a fighting spirit.

The minimum donation to become a Gold Adopter of this object is £500. After clicking 'Donate', please enter this amount before continuing. Donations under the suggested amount will still count towards our target but will be considered a donation rather than an adoption. 

Once you have made payment there will be an option to tick a box ‘I’m happy to be contacted by Norfolk Museums Development Foundation to hear more about the impact of my donation, its appeals, events and other ways to donate, by email and post.’ If you do not click to accept further contact or send us your contact details we will be unable to send you your adopter pack. Please be assured that we will not send you further marketing materials unrelated to your adoption and you can opt out at any time.   

If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of adopting an object please e-mail keep.project@norfolk.gov.uk  

All anonymous adopters must contact keep.project@norfolk.gov.uk to receive their adoption pack as your contact details are not forwarded to us.

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