Stephen Boyd elaborate ceremonial metal armor and leather tunic and short sword from Ben-Hur
Start Price:20,000.00 USD
Estimated At:20,000.00 - 30,000.00 USD
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SOLD at 2011 Jun 18 @ 21:38UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Stephen Boyd “Messala” elaborate ceremonial metal armor and leather tunic and short sword from Ben-Hur. (MGM, 1959) Elaborate ceremonial metal breastplate made of steel and brass with grey and red suede skirt adorned with metal decorations. No label. Includes ornate metal-handled short sword (27” including sheath) in pewter-colored metal and wrapped brass sheath, bearing a symbol of a wreath surrounding an eagle clutching two snakes. Sword blade bears marking “CC7”. Worn by Stephen Boyd as “Messala” in the scene where Heston is apprehended by Roman soldiers during the procession in Ben-Hur.