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12th century sword with Viking motives

Brand: Fabri Armorum More Fabri Armorum
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This sword is a replica of a 12th century original that was presumably found in Germany. Nowadays it is part of the collection of the Museum für Deutsche Geschichte in Berlin. The sword clearly shows that the Viking culture just slowly evolved into the feudal system of the Middle Ages.

Swords like this are found in England, Scandinavia, Germany and in The Netherlands. The blade is decorated with motives that are made in the Romanesque art style. Although the exact meaning of the motives is unknown it shows several cross motives and a styled Thors hammer.

This sword has a length of 93 cm with a blade of 76 cm and a cross-guard of 21 cm. It weighs about 1,3 kg. The blade has a Rockwell hardness of 44-48 HRC.

This sword is made by Jiri Krondak from Prague. During the last 20 years, this line of swords proved themselves on the re-enactment fields. They are continually perfectionised to a reliable and inexpensive type of re-enactment swords

This sword is an Oakeshott type XII (or XIII).

This sword is custom made.

Suitable for re-enactment and martial arts. The razor sharp version is suitable for cutting tests. The blade is handmade and tempered, using traditional forging techniques.

This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.

We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Click here for more information on the European arms acts.

This product has a two year warranty. Click here for more information.

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