Five Lobe Viking Sword

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F.Five Lobe Viking Sword
G.Late Viking Era Sword 10-11c.
H.Viking Temple Sword
I.Triple Lobed Godfred Sword
J.Hersir Viking Sword
SKU: F.AH6963R, G.AH6964R, H.AH6965R, I.AH6966R,J.AH6967R
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Product Detail



Product Name:F.Five Lobe Viking Sword
G.Late Viking Era Sword 10-11c.
H.Viking Temple Sword
I.Triple Lobed Godfred Sword
J.Hersir Viking Sword

SKU:F.AH6963R, G.AH6964R, H.AH6965R, I.AH6966R,J.AH6967R

Features

  • F.Five Lobe Viking Sword
  • two versions, regular and fighting (light combat ready) models
  • hand-forged EN 45 solid steel, single tang, fullered blade
  • leather wrapped hilt
  • classic five lobe semi-circular pommel
  • thick square-section downward-pointing quillion
  • includes steel tipped leathered scabbard
  • Blade Length : 31"
  • Blade Width. (Widest): 1.8"
  • Overall Length : 38".


  • G.Late Viking Era Sword 10-11c.
  • blade of high carbon steel
  • hilt fittings are of steel, brazil-nut shaped pommel and slender straight quillion
  • grip is tightly wrapped with a strip of spiralled leather
  • a wood-core scabbard covered in dark brown leather and affixed with a wooden suspension loop, and steel chape
  • thick straight quillion
  • modified semi-circular pommel with groove detailing
  • Overall Length: 37 1/8
  • Blade: 30 7/8
  • Edge: Blunt
  • P.O.B.: 7 1/8
  • Thickness: 4.6 mm - 3.6 mm
  • Width: 48.9 mm
  • Grip Length: 4 1/2


  • H.Viking Temple Sword
  • two versions, regular and fighting (light combat ready) models
  • Hand-forged EN 45 solid steel, single tang, fullered blade
  • a leather covered scabbard, affixed with a wooden suspension loop, and steel chape
  • Blade Length : 31"
  • Blade Width. (Widest): 1.9"
  • Overall Length : 37.5".


  • I.Triple Lobed Godfred Sword
  • characteristic lobed pommel and short cross-guard of early Scandinavian swords *high carbon steel fullered blade
  • hilt fittings are steel
  • lobed pommel has decorative twisted metal wire inlaid into it form
  • grip is tightly wrapped with a strip of spiraled brown leather
  • wood-core scabbard overlaid with brown leather and affixed with two buckles for a sword belt, is included
  • Overall Length: 37
  • Blade: 30 7/8
  • Weight: 2lb 7.8oz
  • Edge: Blunt
  • P.O.B.: 7
  • Thickness: 4.6 mm - 5.1 mm
  • Width: 44.4 mm
  • Grip Length: 4


  • J.Hersir Viking Sword
  • triangular configured pommel that corresponds to the Petersen reference as Type H
  • The pommel and upper guard of the Hersir are made in two parts, riveted togther, with a twisted wire between the the pommel and upper guard. Comes complete with wire wrap in pommel
  • EN45 steel single tang, fullered
  • Blade Length : 30"
  • Blade Width. (Widest): 2.3"
  • Overall Length : 37.2"
  • two versions, regular and fighting (light combat ready) models

Description

  • F.Five Lobe Viking Sword
  • this classically style sword has two versions, regular and fighting (light combat ready) models. Its hand-forged EN 45 solid steel, with a single tang, fullered blade, leather wrapped hilt, traditional five lobe semi-circular pommel, thick square-section downward-pointing quillion, and includes steel tipped leather wrapped scabbard. Blade Length : 31", Blade Width. (Widest): 1.8", Overall Length : 38".


  • G.Late Viking Era Sword 10-11c.
  • This blade retains its thick profile, wide fuller and low-taper characteristic of its older ancestral swords. This late-era Viking sword is made with a blade of high carbon steel. The hilt fittings are of steel, brazil-nut shaped pommel and slender straight quillion, and the grip is tightly wrapped with a strip of spiraled leather. It comes with a wood-core scabbard covered in dark brown leather and affixed with a wooden suspension loop. The protective tip chape of the scabbard is of steel. Overall Length: 37 1/8 Blade: 30 7/8, Edge: Blunt, P.O.B.: 7 1/8, Thickness: 4.6 mm - 3.6 mm, Width: 48.9 mm, Grip Length: 4 1/2


  • H.Viking Temple Sword
  • This sword is available in two versions, regular and fighting (light combat ready) models. Hand-forged EN 45 solid steel, single tang, fullered blade, with a leather covered scabbard, affixed with a wooden suspension loop, and steel chape. Specifications are: Blade Length : 31", Blade Width. (Widest): 1.9" & Overall Length : 37.5".


  • I.Triple Lobed Godfred Sword
  • This Viking sword is crafted with the characteristic lobed pommel and short cross-guard of early Scandinavian swords. The blade is high carbon steel. The hilt fittings are steel. The lobed pommel has decorative twisted metal wire inlaid into it form. The grip is tightly wrapped with a strip of spiraled brown leather. A wood-core scabbard overlaid with brown leather and affixed with two buckles for a sword belt, is included. Overall Length: 37, Blade: 30 7/8, Weight: 2lb 7.8oz,

Edge: Blunt, P.O.B.: 7, Thickness: 4.6 mm - 5.1 mm, Width: 44.4 mm, Grip Length: 4


  • J.Hersir Viking Sword
  • This Hersir Viking Sword features a triangular configured pommel. The shape of the lower guard seem to correspond to the Petersen reference as Type H, which appears to be have been found extensively in Norway, and as far south as Switzerland and Yugoslavia. The type H seems to have been in use about latter 8th c. to into the 10th. The pommel and upper guard of the Hersir are made in two parts, riveted togther, with a twisted wire between the the pommel and upper guard. Comes complete with wire wrap in pommel, light weight and well balanced sword. Made of EN45 steel, it features a single tang construction. Specifications are: Blade Length : 30", Blade Width. (Widest): 2.3" & Overall Length : 37.2". It's available in regular/ light combat(fight) versions.

Historical Period

  • F.Five Lobe Viking Sword- 700-1150AD
  • G.Late Viking Era Sword 10-11c.
  • H.Viking Temple Sword 900-1150AD
  • I.Triple Lobed Godfred Sword- 800-1100AD
  • J.Hersir Viking Sword- late 8th c. into the 10th c.

Inspiration

  • F.Five Lobe Viking Sword- Viking swords displayed at the Wikingermuseum in Hedeby
  • G.Late Viking Era Sword 10-11c.- Viking swords displayed at the Wikingermuseum in Hedeby
  • H.Viking Temple Sword- Viking swords displayed at the Wikingermuseum in Hedeby
  • I.Triple Lobed Godfred Sword- Danish King Gudfred who appeared in present day Holstein with a navy in 804
  • J.Hersir Viking Sword- THE NORWEGIAN VIKING SWORDS by JAN PETERSEN; translated by Kristin Noer: Fig. 80. Eide, Gloppen, N. B. 1/2, Fig. 82. Vig, Rennesø, Stav. 1/2., Fig. 83. Farmen, Hedrum, J. L. 1/2