Indiana Jones Last Crusade, Clan Of The Grail, Badge, Metal, Limited Edition

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Indiana Jones Last Crusade, Clan Of The Grail, Badge, Metal, Limited Edition

Indiana Jones teams up in Venice, Italy with Brody and the Mysterious Elsa Schneider. He searches a library for an Entranceway that will lead down into the Forgotten Catacombs and the Next Clue on the trail to the Holy Grail. The Clues, alluded to in Henry's Grail Diary, help Indiana find the Secret Entrance Floor Section. Once in the Catacombs Indiana and Elsa have to survive an army of rats and a fire attack from members of The Brotherhood Of The Cruciform Sword,  they are all sworn to protect the Sacred Relic. In the mid-twelfth century the Brotherhood adopted the symbol of a cross with three bars similar in design to the Eastern Cross but the upper and lower bars took the shape of the Holy Grail. Members of the organization wore a tattoo of the Cruciform on their chests and wore the Special Grail Badge to prove their membership in the Secret Society.

This Collectable is part of our Special "Indiana Jones Collection." This is an Exclusive: Signed, Numbered, Limited Edition of Prop Replicas. This item is a Brotherhood Of The Cruciform Sword Grail Badge from the hit film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)" starring: Harrison Ford and Sean Connery. This Movie Prop Replica is an Artists Rendering Formed from Pictures of the Real Prop that appear in several books and in the Grail Diary. Each item also comes complete with a 4 x 6 Card. This Card has Poster Artwork from the film on one side and on reverse is Signed, Numbered and explains the Grail Badge's use as it is seen in film. It comes in a Burlap Bag ready for your next Adventure!

The Badge is Solid Metal, and measures; 3.5 inches high x 2.5 inches wide. The Badge is Gold Plated metal with Red inlaid.

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    Brotherhood of the Grail BAdge

    Posted by Victor M on 29th Oct 2020

    Very nice piece. Pity, the pin opens from the top...