Gladiator

Commodus' (Joaquin Phoenix) Lion Head Cape Pins Display

Stock #32232

A display featuring Commodus' (Joaquin Phoenix) Lion Head Cape Pins worn in Ridley Scott’s historical epic, Gladiator. In the film, Roman General Maximus Decimus Meridius (Russel Crowe) is betrayed by Commodus who slaughters the emperor Marcus Aurelius (Richard Harris) and Maximus' family upon learning that he will not receive the crown. Presumed dead, Maximus returns to Rome as a gladiator in order to seek revenge against the self appointed emperor, Commodus. Pins of this style can be seen worn on Commodus' white cape near the end of the film when he challenges Maximus to a fight in the Colosseum.

Crafted from metal, these pins are similar to the style worn on the Praetorian uniform, however these have been coated in white paint, with only a small amount of the base gold color visible. On the reverse side of the pin is a simple thin metal bar, allowing it to easy attach to Commodus' cape.

The pins come presented in a custom-built display frame and is backed with a laser cut mount board featuring the film’s title artwork and stills showing the prop. The frame includes an opening front panel allowing direct access to the piece. Both the pins and the display frame remain in excellent condition.

Item size - 24" x 3" x 20.5" (60.96cm x 7.62cm x 52.07cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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