Viking sword (Copenhagen National Museum) with scabbard, 10th century, battle sword SK-B
Inspired by a 10th-century sword in the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen, this sword features a blunt carbon steel blade. The blade itself is wide and has a wide fuller, which reduces its weight considerably and still allows the sword to show off its strength. The short crossguard and pommel are made of steel.
The handle is wrapped with a leather strap. The scabbard is made of leather-wrapped wood and has a metal chape as well as a wooden hanger as a belt loop (for a max. 5 cm wide belt).
This sword is perfect for reenactment.
This is the battle-ready version of this Viking sword. The same sword is also available in a regular version: item no. 0180002518.
- Show fight quality class: SK-B
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- Blade material: carbon steel
- Total length: approx. 98 cm
- Blade length: approx. 80 cm
- Max. blade width: approx. 60 mm
- Includes wooden and leather sheath
- Weight (without scabbard): approx. 1500 g
The specifications above may vary slightly from copy to copy.