Viking sword type "E" - IX c.

Viking sword type "E" - IX c.

The typical Viking sword from the tenth century. It has the typical shape of cross and pommel with characteristic decorations in the form of dots (or holes).

Originally this sword comes mostly from the region around Trondheim in Norway and is dated to 9th century (800-850 AD). According to Petersen's typology it is type "E". This product is based on an original sword that is in the National Museum in Copenhagen (Denmark). This is a very well-known type of viking sword, one of the most popular among the devotees of those times.

Forged and tempered blade has rounded edges to allow the use of the sword during combat (blunt blade version). Cross and pommel are made of bronze and polished. Like the original, the pommel is riveted by two rivets. Tang is covered with wooden handles and natural leather wrapped, which provides strong and secure grip.

Warning! The sharpened version of the blade, for safety reasons, is not recommended for fighting! We take no responsibility for effects of such using.

  • blade width at cross 5 cm
  • grip length 11,5 cm
  • center of balance 6 cm
  • weight 1,15 kg
  • blade length 70 cm
  • total length 88 cm

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polished blade 30.77 €
mat blade  
brass parts
black leather  
brown leather  
leather made scabbard 135.90 €
wooden scabbard covered with leather 212.82 €
no scabbard  
blunt blade  
sharpened blade 25.64 €

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