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Longclaw, Sword of Jon Snow. Licensed from George R.R. Martin's "A Game of Thrones"


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  • Blade: 39" stainless steel, etched pattern, 3 fullers.
  • Hilt: Cast metal with antique nickel plate.
  • Genuine leather wrap.
  • Pommel: Powder coated metal with acrylic faux garnet eyes.
  • Plaque: Silkscreened fiber board. Includes mounting hardware.
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NOTE: Longclaw has been sold out from the Distributors and will NOT be sold again: We only have a few left! Get Yours Now! Longclaw, Jon's Sword, from A Game Of Thrones was kept out of sight, until the fateful night came when a wight - a dead man brought to life by creatures out of nightmarish legend - tried to kill Old Bear in his sleep. His steward, Jon Snow, and Snow's albino direwolf Ghost rescued him by setting the wight on fire. Though part of the Lord Commander's apartments were burned down following this, the fire would have needed to burn a hundred times hotter to harm the blade that was forged in old Valyria before the Doom. The ancient silver bear's head pommel and the hilt was burned, but these were replaced at Old Bear's command with something befitting Snow. Gifted the sword, now adorned with a wolf's head pommel, and the opportunity to rename it as a gift. Jon Snow responded that wolves have claws just as bears do, and kept the proud name as it was. For five centuries the Valyrian steel sword Longclaw was carried by the Lords of Bear Island in the service of the Starks of Winterfell. Passed from father to son, the hand-and-a-half sword - also called a bastard sword - had a great history while in their possession. That came to an end, however, when the last lord of the House, Jorah Mormont, was disgraced and fled Lord Stark's justice. Jorah went into exile, but left behind the sword which then found its way back to his father, Jeor, the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 54 x 5 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B001KMBQX2
  • Item model number: GoT-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,771 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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I got my money back, but look what it is worth now.
WHA
I am a huge Game of Thrones fan and when I saw the sword in episode 9 I immediately thought to myself, "What a bada** weapon!".
Youssef
Cut right through their undead flesh like a hungry dire wolf through a freshly butchered steak.
Bryan Johns

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49 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Johns on June 21, 2011
After receiving the sword in the mail recently, I realized that the weight of it was a lot heavier than expected. I thought that the sword was simply a replica. Boy was I wrong.

I immediately left the warm, safe confines of my chamber to beyond the Wall and immediately tested the sword on some Whitewalkers. Cut right through their undead flesh like a hungry dire wolf through a freshly butchered steak.

It was only after a brief tussle with a wildling woman did I feel revitalized from expending so much energy wielding this sword. I now feel confident that myself and other members of the Night's Watch will be able to defend the 7 Kingdoms from any blue eyed devils that might try to penetrate our mighty mortared structures.

Although I am not officially a Stark, I am trained enough to wield a sword as mighty as this.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Marchionne on September 25, 2011
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Well worth the price. Looks great displayed in my foyer. It's heavy, it's cool, and I love it! "Stick 'em with the pointy end."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Youssef on February 20, 2012
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This sword is absolutely amazing! The workmanship and craft of it exceeded my expectations! I am a huge Game of Thrones fan and when I saw the sword in episode 9 I immediately thought to myself, "What a bada** weapon!". I couldn't believe it when i googled it that they were selling a replica. The weight and feel of the sword is exactly what I imagined it being like. The wolf head pommel and the red eyes of "ghost" is breathtaking. There is only 2500 of these made and I wouldn't part with it if you offered me 4x what I paid for. Now time to go hunt some whitewalkers!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Keller on June 3, 2012
My copy of the well-executed in stainless steel ASoIaF Longclaw arrived just after the 2012 Memorial Day holiday, right on the heels of Valyrian Steel's website announcement that this hand-and-a-half beauty was now officially sold out; talk about cutting it a bit close!

This is one beautiful, well-made fantasy sword, one of the very best 'wall-hangers' I have in a (select) and growing collection of non-lethal fantasy and movie-related reproduction swords. From its wonderfully executed color product packaging sleeve, to its sturdy styrofoam product shipping container, which also includes a silk-screened mounting plaque (and hardware) featuring a running Direwolf and the House Stark motto "Winter is Coming," to the personally signed GRRM certificate-of-authenticity, Valyrian's sword package is more than value received, it is an outright bargain at $240.00. It easily compares to United Cutlery's excellent "Lord of the Rings" sword reproductions in terms of quality, price, and value received.

I can only imagine how terrific the HBO "Game of Thrones" series reproductions of Longclaw (and the other on-screen used swords and knives seen) now that Valyrian Steel has contracted to produce them for the growing and enthusiastic "Game of Thrones" TV viewing market. My pocket book will be much, much lighter in the future, but I'll not be complaining: More than value received leaves no room for anything other than praise and a very big Thank You to Valyrian; long may you forge!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charles L. Wright on July 30, 2014
What a wonderful crowd control device! One simply wasn't enough for me.....I'll tell you what, I was the hit of the neighborhood block party, as I drunkenly stumbled through crowds of people wielding two of these bad boys! Mead and warm ham hock drippings were clouding my vision, but as I sliced my way through the masses of people, I eventually found where I parked my car, and was able to return to my castle.
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By WHA on April 8, 2014
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I bought this sword when it first became available for under $200. Sad part was, Korean customs thought it was a real sword and made me send it back. I got my money back, but look what it is worth now. It was legal to bring into Korea because it had a blunt edge, but the Korean custom agent was not very bright....
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