Viking Swords

Viking Sword
Viking sword with sheath and straps using on the back.
Viking, Viking English is the main of the names given to members of the Germanic people originating in Scandinavia, known for their forays and raids in Europe. Depending on the author's context and interpretation, you can use the name to refer to attackers from the origin or their home countries.
€90.00
Sword Odin
Odin sword, decorated with engraved stainless steel blade, blue tied handle and pommel and guard with engravings.
€51.66
Oslo Viking Sword
The basic weaponry consists of a sword or axe, spear and shield, while most men carried a belt tied to short chuchillo. Of these weapons, the sword was clearly the most popular and is treated with a certain reverence, especially in the case of ancient swords that were passed down from generation to generation, or shaded in riots.
€135.30
Sword Erik the Viking
The Bronze Viking Sword Erik the Red belonged to the basic weapons with axe, spear and shield, while most men wore a short knife attached to the belt. Of these weapons, the sword was clearly the most popular and is treated with a certain reverence, especially in the case of ancient swords that were passed down from generation to generation, or shaded in riots.
€135.30
Functional Viking Sword
Viking sword well-balanced functional with 1065 high carbon steel with a hardness of 50 HRC. The full Tang is riveted on the doorknob. wooden grip wrapped in leather. Includes rigid sheath made of resin glass rings.
€250.00
Viking Sword Combat
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Viking dagger with carbon steel blade.
Includes leather hem.
Details:- Total length: approx. 93 cm- Blade length: approx. 77.5 cm
- weight 1300g
€195.57
Viking Sword , functional
Functional Viking sword of the 10th century, replica of the original that is in the Copenhagen Museum. High carbon steel blade, leather wrapped handle, protector and steel button. Includes leather-covered wooden sheath.
€190.00
Viking Sword , functional
Viking Hedmark sword for practices with double tip blade (not sharp) in carbon steel. Guard and button rewound in steel. Handle covered with brown leather. Includes wooden sheath wrapped in matching brown leather.
This sword is a replica of hedmark's Norwegian sword in the late 9th century that is preserved in the Museum of Cultural History of Oslo - Norway.
€190.00
Viking Sword , functional
Functional Viking sword for practices. EN45 carbon steel blade spring and blunt tip. Handling lined in leather and button with hand lock. Includes leather-covered wooden sheath.
€165.00
Viking Sword , functional
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Functional Viking Sword of the 10th century, handmade. EN45 hardened carbon steel blade with a hardness of 48-50 HRC. Full strap with retained strap and leather covered strap. Includes leather-covered wooden sheath.
€170.00
Norman sword of a hand, functional
Norman one-hand, functional knife of the tenth century, made in Germany by Ulfberth®. Corrugated sheet in forged steel and well seasoned with a hardness of 48-50 HRC. The full peak is riveted to the button. The handle is covered in leather. Blunt edges and rounded tip. DOES NOT include hem.
€123.00
Functional Saxon Sword
The Seax, or Sax, is a weapon that has been carried by most people so far in northern Europe. Loaded and used by the Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and German tribes, their first use probably dates from before the fall of Rome and continued until the early Middle Ages. The Seax pattern varied greatly from the small 7- and 10 cm-long blade knife to the royal swords from 68 to 71 cm, but always from a single end. The original version of this large knife was used as much as field work, such as cutting work, on board the ship and to combat whether the sword or axe were not available.
€100.00