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Viking Bronze hilt (Peterson Type D) sword

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Viking Bronze Hilt (Peterson Type D) Sword 



Bronze Hilt Viking Sword dates to the early 9th to mid 10th centuries(Danish) with one of the many form of three-lobed pommels and features a double edged blade with wide central fuller. The grip, guard and pommel are made of cast bronze. The unsharped blade is made of well tempered mild steel and is peened at the pommel for durablity. This Viking sword is replica of the sword found in the museum of Isle of Egg. It is completely usable for costume dressing and reenactment purposes.


This is a replica of the Swords of Type D being displayed at the Oslo kulturhistorisk museum. The sword is remarkable for their massive hilts and tri-lobed pommel heads with the middle lobe being the highest. The pommel cap is riveted to the pommel base. This type is usually dated to c. 800-900.


This is a replica of the sword Dated ninth century and on display in the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo, Norway.
The sword is remarkable for their massive hilts and tri-lobed pommel heads with the middle lobe being the highest. The pommel cap is riveted to the pommel base.


The grip, guard and pommel are made of cast bronze. The blade is not sharpened, made of well tempered mild steel and is peened at the pommel for durability.


 

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Material: Mild Steel Blade with Bronze Pommel

Size: Blade Length-31" ,Overall Length-37.5"

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