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Viking axe with engravings
The Mammen axe was excavated in a 10th century tomb in Mammen, Jutland, Denmark, and is considered one of the most impressive and beautiful archaeological finds of the Viking Era. This unique piece lent its name to the Viking art style of the same name.The grave from which the Viking axe was recovered is dated to ca. 970/971 AD and is believed to be the last resting place of a man of high and even princely status. The small iron axe was richly adorned with engravings encrusted with precious metals, leading to the suppose that it may have been a ceremonial or prestigious weapon, rather than a mere battle or throwing axe.The original piece, as well as many other serious goods and textile remains of the so-called Mammen Find (Danish: Mammenfundet) are on display at the Nationalmuseet in Copenhagen.
€70.00
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Medieval Birga Blouse, Sleeves 3/4, Brown
This versatile blouse has a small frill at the neckline. The split neckline is closed at the front with a ribbon tie. The sleeves are 3/4 and furrowed with lashing. Small slits in the side seams allow greater freedom of movement. The blouse is made of lightweight cotton fabric and has a very comfortable trim.Historically, blouses should be attributed to the Renaissance and not to the Middle Ages. However, when combined with a skirt and a bodice or a corset belt, they create a beautiful medieval look. They can also be matched very well with a sleeveless or short-sleeved dress.
€25.00
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Arming sword of an English or French edge
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This is a replica of a sword from a wire from the mid-fifteenth century. The original was excavated in France (probably found at the site of the battle of Castillon-la-Bataille in 1453). The sword of one hand belongs to a group of more than eighty swords discovered in the same place and has been part of the Royal Armouries collection since 1984, object number IX.2638.This medieval chivalrous sword has a thin, remarkably wide single-edged blade with a wedge-shaped cross section and a false edge at the back of the blade.The quillons end in wavy tips, intended to contain the opponent's blade. The asymmetric handle is on the back of the blade and the squatting putt with a smell stopper makes the short handle comfortable to hold. This sword looks pleasantly maneuverable and is surprisingly light compared to its voluminous appearance.
€800.00
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15th-century English Falchion Sword
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The original of this sword or falchion of English infantry from the late fifteenth century has been in the Royal Armouries collection since 1916 (object number IX.144.). Its exact origin before this time is unknown.This type of short sword was a popular weapon for collectors and archers during the War of the Roses and early Tudor period. Thousands of these swords were used in battles such as Towton, Barnet, Tewkesbury and Bosworth.This example has a single-edged blade with subtle transitions along the cross section, a smart hollow grinding, and a fuller one. The graceful blade has a slender but strong tip and a thick spine that can withstand the rigors of combat against armored opponents in monkeys, mesh dimensions and plates.
€800.00
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Leather gloves, brown suede
Suede leather gloves, blackMade of thin black suede leatherIdeal for sword fighting.These gloves are available in various sizes:Size: M = 8 (approx. 21 - 22.5 cm)Size: L = 9 (approx. 23.5 - 24.5 cm)Color: black
€60.00
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Suede leather gloves, black
Suede leather gloves, blackMade of thin black suede leatherIdeal for sword fighting.These gloves are available in various sizes:Size: M = 8 (approx. 21 - 22.5 cm)Size: L = 9 (approx. 23.5 - 24.5 cm)Color: black
€35.00
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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.
€70.00
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viking sax knife, carbon steel
Viking Knife with Carbon Steel Blade and Wooden Handleand Bone cord bone and brass collar and ass cap. The butt cover is equipped with a convenient eyelet to thread a cord or remove the knife from its sheath (a leather cord is included in the delivery). Remember that bone and wood are natural products and variations in color and grain are normal. Each Viking seax therefore has its own unique handle and the above images are for reference only.The short seax comes with a beautiful vegetable tanned leather hem, hand-dyed with ornate brass accessories. The suspension system consists of two transport rings, a handle divider and three leather handles. These split-belt suspension systems were widespread in the Viking Era. The handle divider is designed to allow optimal positioning of each individual handle, so that the Sword or seax can hang on the belt at the perfect angle to be removed from its hem quickly.
€140.00
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Quiver made of large leather, for 10 LARP arrows, leather
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Quiver made of robust, high-quality leather that contains 10 LARP arrows and features hand-stitched edges as well as a contrasting suede leather edge for a special look. The shoulder strap is adjustable up to a length of 107 centimeters and can be wrapped around the neck and chest.
€70.00
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Trafalgar Law Mini Katana by One Piece
Katana de Trafalgar Law of One Piece unofficial replica of the 45 cm black steel blade with satin cut, cable with light brown wires and velvet-lined Tsuba, with support.
€20.00
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Zoro's Mini Katana Enma from One Piece
Zoro's Katana Enma of One Piece unofficial replica of the 45 cm steel blade with black finish with red details and satin cut, white cable with gold details, with support.
€20.00