Erik the Viking Sword - Brass

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Manly splendour: Fine weapons were part of the man’s outfit. The Viking era was the time of ostentation. Highly detailed, very historical as seen in Stockholm museum. Replica of a sword discovered in Dybäck, Skåne in Sweden. The sword is influenced by Anglo-Saxon Winchester style of metal work which was popular during the 8th-11th century. The original is on display at the Historical Museum in Stockholm. The grip, guard and pommel are made of cast coper alloy. The unsharpened blade is made of well tempered mild steel. It is completely usable for costume dressing and reenactment purposes. https://www.gettyimages.in/detail/news-photo/viking-sword-with-silver-and-gold-hilt-from-dyback-skane-news-photo/501579653 http://myarmoury.com/talk/viewtopic.php?t=9817&highlight=lund

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Manly splendour: Fine weapons were part of the man’s outfit. The Viking era was the time of ostentation. Highly detailed, very historical as seen in Stockholm museum.
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