Weapons 0-1000 AD



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AA5302 Short Seax with Bone handle and Leather Sheath

AA5302 Short Seax with Bone handle and Leather Sheath

Short Sax with Bone Handle and Leather Sheath Reconstruction of a typical very Early Medieval short sax knife. Steel pommel hand real bone grip. The blade is not sharpened. Length: approx. 36 cm Blade length: approx. 22.5 cm Max. blade width: approx. 3.6. cm
£47.50

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AA6306 10c Viking Sword in scabbard, five-lobed practical

AA6306 10c Viking Sword in scabbard, five-lobed practical

Beautiful reconstruction of a Viking sword from the 10th century, based on archaeological finds made in England. In the 8th century already, isolated groups of Vikings would sporadically descend on the British coasts in search of easy loot. However, from the 9th century on, the Scandinavians altered their strategy and started conquering land and settling in England. This sword is exclusively hand-crafted. The guard and the characteristic pommel...
£145.00

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AA6604 Viking Sword Damascus steel blade

AA6604 Viking Sword Damascus steel blade

Early Viking Sword Godfred with Damascus steel blade The original of this beautiful reconstruction was once wielded by the dreaded Danish King Godfred (also called Gudfred or Gudrød). Up to his dead in 810, King Godfred lived and ruled in Hedeby (also called Haithabu), the principal Viking settlement on the Jutland Peninsula (close to the town of Schleswig). The sword dates from the 8th century and its shape is characteristic of an early...
£300.00

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AA7900 Long-sax with horn hilt, 9th century

AA7900 Long-sax with horn hilt, 9th century

The original of this long-sax was found in England and dated from the 9th century. It has a massive horn hilt, riveted to the tang. There is a fuller forged in the blade. Total length: approx. 60 cm
£65.00

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