Viking Daggers

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Anglo Saxon Sword, 9th century
Replica of the 9th-century Anglo-Saxon Seax or Sax sword found on the banks of the River Thames in 1857, which is exhibited at the British Museum in London. Carbon steel blade and wooden handle with brass rivets. Includes cowskin sheath.
€85.00
€100.00
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Viking dagger with sheath
Viking dagger with carbon steel blade. Fist and guard in brass.
Includes sheath
Details:- Total length: approx. 34.5 cm- Blade length: approx. 19.5 cm
€16.39
€19.28
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Viking Combat Dagger
Viking dagger with carbon steel blade. Fist and guard in brass.
Includes leather hem.
Details:- Total length: approx. 50 cm- Blade length: approx. 33 cm
€81.74
€96.17
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Viking dagger with sheath
Seax Dagger with Damascus steel blade, horn handle and leather sheath, 9th century
Rebuilt after discoveries of the 9th century.
Hand forged apricot steel blade.
Genuine horn strap with elaborately ornate button.
Delivery includes leather hem with two straps, as the seax was used horizontally.
€200.28
€235.62
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Viking dagger with sheath
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Viking Seax Dagger

Rebuilt after discoveries of the 9th century.
Carbon steel blade.
Horn handle with elaborately ornate button.
The delivery includes leather hem with two straps, as the sax was used horizontally.

Blade length: 31 cm
Total length: 47 cm
Weight: 900 g
€91.04
€107.10
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Viking dagger with sheath
This Viking Age knife features a sharp high-carbon steel blade. The wooden handle ends on both sides with bone and brass rings. It has an oval cross section that ensures a solid grip to the knife. The brass cover is equipped with a convenient drawstring hole (the leather drawstring is included in the delivery).

The beautiful leather hem with brass period accessories is equipped with three brass rings and belt straps for typical Viking-style horizontal transport. The bows are adorned with stylized animal-shaped heads, modeled on finds by Björkö / Birka, Sweden.

€127.45
€149.94
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Saxon knife with sheath
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Knife Seax Nordic Dragon, Viking-Knife, Condor
€81.93
€96.39
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Small Viking knife with bone and brass handle in Borre style. 9/10 century
This small Viking-era saxophone knife (also known as broken seax due to its particular blade shape) has a short high carbon steel blade hand-forged with a thick spine. The attractive polished bone handle is beautifully engraved on both sides with a Borre-style Nordic motif (ca. 850-950 AD) and ends toward the blade with a brass collar. The breech cover, also made of brass, features a convenient steel eyelet with a brass ring to thread a cord or pull the knife from its sheath (cord not included).
€81.93
€96.39
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Viking Knife Scramasax, Seax with Bone Cord
This Viking-era short sax knife (also known as broken rear seax due to its particular blade shape) has a hand-forged EN45 high-carbon steel blade with a thick spine. The attractive bone grip is polished, artistically engraved and ends with a necklace and a lid, both made of steel.
€81.93
€96.39
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Seax knife with wire-wrapped handle
Although most popularly associated with the Vikings, seax, also called scramasax, was used throughout the spectrum of Germanic, Scandinavian, and Saxon/Anglo-Saxon societies from the migration period to the early Middle Ages. Carried by men and women, it was a multifunctional blade that served as weapon of war, day-to-day tool or prestigious object. Surviving specimens provide evidence that this particular type of knife or Dagger can not only vary greatly in shape and design, but also in quality - ranging from simple and coarse examples to sumptuous and elaborately adorned luxury pieces - and size.In terms of size, the handmade Viking-era sax knife we offer here stands on the threshold between a long dagger and a short sword. It features an EN45 unsharp steel blade of a edge with a thick spine, a pointed tip and a full spike that is threaded into the pommel. The guard and pommel are both cast in steel and the handle of the wooden core is firmly wrapped in wire. All the pieces have been darkened, which makes the handle really attractive and gives the medieval knife an elegant but gloomy and rustic character.
€63.72
€74.97
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Short sax with horn handle and leather sheath
This is a beautiful reconstruction of a typical short saxophone knife from the early Middle Ages. These knives were very popular among the Germanic tribes. They didn't just use the knives as weapon, but also, or even more, as a tool for cutting, beating, or carving. The guard consists of two steel discs to fix the horn plate decorated with two rivets. The handle is also made of steel, and the handle is made of leather. The blade is not sharp.
The knife will be delivered along with the leather scabbard shown.
Details:- Overall length: approx. 36 cm- Blade length: approx. 22.5 cm-Max. Blade Width: Approx. 3.6. cm- Weight: approx. 0.5kg
Leather Sheath:- Top cleat: approx. 4.5 cm- Bottom loop: approx. 7cm
€45.52
€53.55
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Seax Viking Dagger
Rebuilt based on finds from the ninth century.The high-carbon steel blade is dull.Wooden handle with elaborately adorned brass pommel.Delivery includes a leather sheath with two belt loops, as the seax was worn horizontally.Details:- Blade length: approx. 31 cm- Overall length: approx. 49 cm- Weight: approx. 900 g
€102.00
€120.00