VIKING SWORDS There are 15 products.

From the Romn era to the Middle Age

  • 65,00 €

    Replica of a 9th century Anglo-Saxon seax. The master was found in the river Thames in 1857 and is displayed in the British Museum nowadays.

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  • 100,00 €

    Based on Longswords used by Vikings around 1000 AD. The wooden hilt is wrapped in leather. 

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  • 110,00 €

    The Battle of Hastings in 1066 sealed the final defeat of England against the Normans, who crowned hereupon William the Conqueror as their new king. This sword coincides precisely with this wartime era, which was marked by significant changes.

    110,00 €
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  • 70,00 €

    Replica of a typical Viking sword of the 9th and 10th century.

    70,00 €
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  • 90,00 €

    This is a replica of the famous Dybeck-Sword found in southern Sweden.

    90,00 €
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  • 110,00 €

    In the 10th century the Normans, direct successor of the vikings put down roots in North France. Though now settled, in regard of bellicosity, courage and fortune of war, they were equal to their norse forfathers. Hence it's not surprising that of all high-medieval swords the Norman swords bear the most resemblance to the swords of the Vikings. 

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  • 120,00 €

    The Battle of Hastings in 1066 sealed the final defeat of England against the Normans, who crowned hereupon William the Conqueror as their new king. This sword coincides precisely with this wartime era, which was marked by significant changes.

    120,00 €
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  • 130,00 €

    Spathae are known since the Roman period and were adapted later by Germanic people who enhenced them according to their needs. A Sparta is a thrusting swords with a broad, double-edged and straight blade which were used as one-handed weapon.

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  • 210,00 €

    Very beautiful and accurate reproduction of a Migration period sword found in Norway. 

    210,00 €
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  • 250,00 €

    The hardened spring steel blade is forged up to the end of the hilt and riveted with the pommel. The sword features a leather wound wooden handle. Cross guard and pommel are made from steel. The blade's peak is rounded.

    250,00 €
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  • 160,00 €

    This very affordable piece features authentic hilt styling, with a fully tempered un-edged and un-pointed blade, and is made to withstand rugged use while providing the level of safety required by many of today's re-enactment societies.

    160,00 €
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  • 170,00 €

    This very affordable piece features authentic hilt styling, with a fully tempered un-edged and un-pointed blade, and is made to withstand rugged use while providing the level of safety required by many of today's re-enactment societies.

    170,00 €
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  • 250,00 €

    This reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon sword is based upon a finding in 1976 near the English village Gilling (Nord Yorkshire).

    250,00 €
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  • 250,00 €

    This fully battle-ready version of a Norman Longsword is mostly enjoyable: it’s well-balanced to allow excellent and very fast handling but offers the necessary robustness as well. 

    250,00 €
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  • 250,00 €

    This beautiful battle-ready sword has got the typical shape of a Viking sword: a short, solid blade, a short guard and a massive pommel to provide the perfect balance.

    250,00 €
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