Korsoygaden Viking Sword

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A.Viking Sword “Odin”
B.Korsoygaden Viking Sword
C.Saxon Sword
D.Viking Sword
E.Early Viking Age Sword
SKU: A.AH4101M ,B.AH3378M, C.AH3306M, D.AH3305M, E.AH4102M
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Product Name:A.Viking Sword “Odin”
B.Korsoygaden Viking Sword
C.Saxon Sword
D.Viking Sword
E.Early Viking Age Sword

SKU:A.AH4101M ,B.AH3378M, C.AH3306M, D.AH3305M, E.AH4102M

Features

  • A.Viking Sword “Odin”
  • 41" carbon steel blade with central fuller
  • brass guard and pommel
  • tan leather hilt
  • tan leather wrapped sheath with brass fittings


  • B.Korsoygaden Viking Sword
  • hilt represents a late surviving transitional Viking form
  • hand-forged EN45 steel blade
  • a black leather grip with brass guard and pommel
  • Overall length is 40.5"
  • Includes black scabbard features brass throat and tip with cutout detail


  • C.Saxon Sword
  • indented wooden grip with an inscribed brass pommel and guard
  • 30" fullered blade is made of EN45 carbon steel blade
  • overall lenght 41"
  • Includes black scabbard with brass throat and tip


  • D.Viking Sword
  • 18-gauge EN45 steel
  • approx. 40" in length
  • brass guard and pommel with etched detailing
  • Includes red leather scabbard with brass ornate pierced work throat and tip.


  • E.Early Viking Age Sword
  • hand-forged steel blade with fullered blade
  • brass guard, hilt, and pommel etched in period design
  • Includes black scabbard with brass throat and tip.

Description

  • A.Viking Sword “Odin”
  • Reflecting the powerful weapons of the Viking era comes the Viking Sword "Odin". Featuring a carbon steel blade with central fuller, it is wrapped in tan leather and has a brass guard and pommel. Boasting of a 41" length. Includes tan leather wrapped sheath with brass fittings


  • B.Korsoygaden Viking Sword
  • The Korsoygaden Viking Sword is an ornate replica based upon sword was found in a stone "cist" in 1888 while railway work was being conducted on farmland at Korsoygarden in the Hedmark district of Norway. The hilt represents a late surviving transitional Viking form. Our version features a hand-forged steel blade, a black leather grip with brass guard and pommel. Overall length is 40.5". Includes black scabbard with brass throat and tip.


  • C.Saxon Sword
  • The Saxon Sword has a indented wooden grip with an inscribed brass pommel and guard. The fullered blade is made of EN45 carbon steel and 30" in length, and overall 41". We also include a black scabbard with brass throat and tip.


  • D.Viking Sword
  • This Viking sword is made out of 18-gauge EN45 steel, approx. 40" in length, brass guard and pommel with etched detailing.Includes red leather ornate scabbard with brass throat and tip.
  • E.Early Viking Age Sword
  • This sword features a hand-forged steel blade with fullered blade. The brass guard, hilt, and pommel are etched in period design. Includes black scabbard with brass throat and tip.

Historical Period

  • A.Viking Sword “Odin”: 732–1066 AD
  • B.Korsoygaden Viking Sword: 700–1100 AD
  • C.Saxon Sword: 7th-10th century
  • D.Viking Sword: 700–1100 AD
  • E.Early Viking Age Sword: 700–1100 AD

Inspiration

  • A.Viking Sword “Odin”: Viking swords displayed at the Wikingermuseum in Hedeby.


  • B.Korsoygaden Viking Sword: sword was found in a stone "cist" in 1888 while railway work was being conducted on farmland at Korsoygarden in the Hedmark district of Norway


  • C.Saxon Sword: The Bamburgh Sword,an Anglo-Saxon artifact from the seventh century, uncovered during an archaeological excavation at Bamburgh; and the Abingdon Sword, a late Anglo-Saxon iron sword and hilt of the late 9th or early 10th century


  • D.Viking Sword: Viking swords displayed at the Wikingermuseum in Hedeby


  • E.Early Viking Age Sword: early 9th Century, most notably finds from the area around Trondheim, Norway