Deal of the days
Made by John Barnett Viking Broadsword Museum Quality These swords are made from scratch. They are the best and strongest swords available. Full cobs cobs are true, not the typical rat tail in most decorative swords. High-quality blades are forged manually using spring steel EN45 to make the blade not brittle and give her a quality similar to that of spring.
Key features: high quality hand Crafted Historically accurate EN45 stainless steel specifications: blade length. 75.5 cm blade width. (More extensive). Length of 6.8 cm. total length of 11 cm. 94 cm. 1.7 kg at hem. 2.1 kg
The Viking Sword Vikings valued their swords above all other things. Viking swords were thin, typical long, tapered lightly and cuts both ways-usually with a wider extension in length. Fists of sword ranged from simple and robust the highly decorated and artistic.
Bloodthirsty names were given to swords as "fotbitr leg biter" or "gram-fierce", each carrying a warrior named blade and custom that illustrated the close connection they had with their swords and the viking warrior to die Battling with a sword in hand was your greatest desire and secured a place in the halls of Valhalla. Many good examples of Viking swords were recovered from riverbeds, Viking graves and some even were discovered within small circles of stone on their own, perhaps his own sword being considered important enough to earn your own funeral.
Certain swords retrieved were judged well preserved to be used in combat today, your condition is a nice tribute to the skill and dedication of the blacksmith who made the sword all those centuries ago.