This medieval sword is a replica of a Viking sword from the 10th century. As a rule, the sword is oriented on original finds, as described in the relevant technical literature. Blade shape and length as well as the dimensions of the grip part, also orient themselves to the requirements of the modern exhibitions fight.
The forged blade made of spring steel EN45 is oil-hardened and tempered to approx. 48-50 HRC. It is forged through to the knob and riveted there at the handle. The wooden handle is wrapped with leather. The guard rail is forged from steel. The blade has a pronounced hollow groove, which gives the sword great elasticity and at the same time lightness. The blade tip and the blades are blunt and rounded. The Viking Sword is made exclusively by hand.
Included in delivery is a leathery wooden sheath with richly ornamented and sturdy mouth and place plate made of silver-plated brass.
Features: - Blade material: Spring steel EN45, oil-hardened - Rockwell hardness of blade: approx. 48-50 HRC - Typing: Petersen Type S, Wheeler Type III - Total length: approx. 93.5 cm - Blade length: approx. 75.5 cm - Blade width at the parry: approx. 4.2 cm - Blade thickness: approx. 4 mm - Impact edge: approx. 2 mm, slightly rounded - Center of gravity: approx - Weight: approx. 1100 g - Including scabbard with richly decorated silver-plated brass fittings