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Ally Barnes
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PostPosted: Thu 02 Aug, 2018 6:04 am    Post subject: Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer Collection - For Sale         Reply with quote

Last year, Museum Replicas and Windlass Steelcrafts worked with the Frazetta Art Museum and Frazetta family to bring Frank Frazetta’s iconic Death Dealer painting to life. 

Frank Frazetta was one of the most prolific and important artists of his time and has inspired generations of fans and continues to inspire artists today. His work can be seen in movie posters, cover art, paintings, comic books, LP record albums and many other places. One of his most iconic works was the Death Dealer. A painting depicting a menacing armor laden warrior with horned helmet sitting atop a fierce steed while holding a stunning, bloody axe and shield.

So, influential and important was this painting, it was officially adopted by the USMC Helicopter Squadron VMM 164 and the III Corps of the US Army as their mascot.

Our Death Dealer Collector’s Edition series features fully functional pieces that include,

Death Dealer Axe - Hand forged by the master smiths in high carbon steel with a shaft custom lathed of genuine hardwood.





Death Dealer Sword- Features darkened brass hardware and parts, along with a high carbon steel blade which has been hand forged and fully tempered. Includes an elaborate custom leather covered scabbard with chain for over the shoulder wear.





Death Dealer Shield- Made from hand formed steel with an antique finish and is accurately curved by to accommodate the Death Dealers muscled arm. Has adjustable leather straps.






Death Dealer helmet- Forged from 18-gauge steel and hand finished with an antique look. Features custom fiberglass horns/tusks. Fully lined with suede and has a leather adjustable liner.






Each of these items comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. So, if you are a Frazetta Fan too and wants to include these items in your collection, all you have to do is visit-
MuseumReplicas.com>>


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Team Museum Replicas

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PostPosted: Thu 02 Aug, 2018 7:12 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

As cool as it all is, I do have to point out that the sword (which is shown very clearly in the second and fourth paintings) has its handle facing the wrong way, here...
The subtle tongue, the sophist guile, they fail when the broadswords sing;
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