Hand-made replica of a 10th century Viking sword, based on archeological remains in UK. The guard and pommel are made of steel. The hilt is wrapped with a leather strap. It is not sharpened. It includes a wooden scabbard covered with leather and richly decorated with brass.
Based on Longswords used by Vikings around 1000 AD. The wooden hilt is wrapped in leather. There is a fuller in the unsharpened carbon steel blade. The ornamented cross guard and pommel are made of brass. Includes a scabbard made of wood, covered in leather and ornamented with brass fittings. This scabbard does not have a belt loop. We recommend a leather...
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.
The battle of Stiklestad was the final battle of San Olaf. This Viking sword is a replica of one used by Olaf. The blade is made of 1065 carbon steel. Pommel and guard decorated in copper. The wooden grip is covered with leather. Includes a stylish matching scabbard. It is a very balanced and effective, yet attractive weapon.
The original Suontaka sword was found in a woman´s grave in Finland and the form of the sword suggests a date of origin from the mid 10th century AD. This impressive replica is decorated with knot work on the guard and pommel plated in copper. The 1085 high carbon steel blade has a full tang and is fully tempered. Includes a leather scabbard with copper...
Erik Thorvaldsson, the discoverer of Greenland, was born in Norway in 950. The son of Thorvald Asvaldsson, he was exiled with his family to Iceland where they began a new life. The nickname "the red" most likely refers to the colour of his hair.
Replica of a typical Viking sword of the 9th and 10th century. The high-quality carbon steel blade is forged in one piece to the pommel and riveted. The edge of the blade is blunt and the tip is rounded. The guard and pommel are made from hand-forged carbon steel. This sword is suited for beginners and light swordplay.
Its shape is characteristic of an early medieval Viking sword from the 8th century: a broad pommel with three protuberances, a short guard slightly curved and a straight double-edged blade with a distinctive fuller. Includes wooden scabbard wrapped with leather. It is not sharpened.
Hand-crafted replica of a functional Viking single-handed sword from the 11th century. The high-quality spring steel blade is oil-tempered up to 48-50° Rockwell. Includes leather-wrapped wooden scabbard with two straps with buckles. The grip is covered with leather. It is not sharpened and the point is rounded.
Replica of the Dibek sword found in southern Sweden. The blade is made of carbon steel with a full tang, riveted to the hilt. The guard and pommel are made of decorated brass. It can be used in non-contact training but without guarantees of use in combat.
Functional Viking Sword made of EN45 carbon steel. It is not sharpened and the tip is rounded. It supports combat with other swords of the same category but may be damaged if used with category A swords. Includes wooden scabbard covered with leather.
The original sword has the name "Leuterit" engraved on the blade and is believed to be the name of the blacksmith who made it. The Vikings were well aware of the need for a good sword. When they found it, they took good care of themselves, that many of their swords served their warriors from generation to generation. The guard and the knob are silver,...
An old legend says that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht made the first steel blade. This crucial development achieved an almost mythical status among the warriors, becoming one of the most important swords for the study of medieval weapons. Several of these leaves of different periods of time are conserved, some with engravings in gratitude and reverence to...
Viking sword that took and used every Nordic warrior. A simple sword, with few details, but classic from the Viking era. Leaf with wide channel that allows a perfect balance in the hand. Ornaments in steel and leather knob covered in leather.Pod included.Total: 93 cm Blade: 77 cm Length; 5 cm Width; 5 mm Thickness Weight: 1.021 g
This type of hilt is very common in the area of Norway. The knob and guard are solid German silver and somewhat more solid compared to many other Nordic swords, but not so heavy and give the sword a very solid and balanced in the hand. The well-tempered blade is deeply grooved and has good flexibility. A very attractive sword to add to your collection....
This beautiful and unique sword was found in Sweden and can be seen in the Cultural Atlas of the Viking World. Very popular as a sword that shows the unknown dexterity and imagination of the swordsman. The knob is fantastic while the guard exhibits one of the classic Viking shapes. It has the classic fluted wide leaf that the Vikings loved so much. Sheet...
This Viking sword with its intricate cover is worthy of a brave Nordic king.Each piece of steel is made by hand and incredibly detailed, especially the leather case embossed and bathed richly in silver. The Viking style blade, light and wide, is made of high carbon 1095 steel and tempered.The sheath is made of wood covered with quality leather and...
This is the Viking sword from the BattleCry Collection of Windlass Steelcrafts. It has a light, agile and resistant fighting blade made with a legendary design. Created to face the shields, the chain mail and the thickness of the leather or leather armor. With semi-rounded tip and sharp edge and a blade neither too wide nor too narrow. Handle with lobed...
Functional Viking sword made of Damascus high carbon steel. The blade is polished with acid etching in the fuller to highlight the Damascus design of the blade. The Damascus steel swords were famous for their hardness and the long life of their sharp edge. Steel pommel and cross-guard. Leather-lined wooden grip. It is a true fighting sword that any Viking...
Hand-made functional sword made of carbon steel EN45. The blade is oil-tempered up to 48-50° Rockwell and is not sharpened. The guard and the pommel are made of cast iron. Includes a brown leather-wrapped wooden scabbard. It endures combat with swords of the same category, but may be damaged if used with category A swords.
Nordic, Barbarian and Viking swords.
For the Vikings the swords were fundamental, they were inherited in the families and they were taken like trophies in the wars. To these swords it was enough a single blow to kill the enemies, they were much heavier and bigger than those that were used until that moment in the south of Europe. The point was not sharp, so the swords were designed to cut rather than pierce the enemy. They were handled with one hand and were very offensive in character
Although the Viking ax was the most used weapon, the Vikings also liked to have a good sword, in fact they had the belief that only the warriors who died with the sword in their hands entered the Valhalla
The Viking sword was different from that of the peoples of southern Europe. In the south they continued to use short swords, in the style of the Roman Glaudius, while the Vikings forged bigger and heavier swords. Its main features were:
A thick leaf that narrowed toward the tip
About 90 cm long
Double-edged straight blade
Little sharp point
As for decoration, in the swords of the nobles were runes and symbols, especially near the hilt, as a symbol of wealth and prestige