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Sword Hilt, Weta Cave, Wellington, New Zealand via Instagram

October 4th, 2017

Sword Hilt, Weta Cave, Wellington, New Zealand

Sword Hilt, Weta Cave, Wellington, New Zealand

One of the many swords on display and available for purchase at the Weta Cave. Master Swordsmith, Peter Lyon, who created the swords for the Lord of the Rings, Hobbit and more also creates a line of collectible swords. We found out Queen Elizabeth II is a big fan and has her own collection. 

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