Viking and Norman Swords

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It is called sword with "brazil nut pommel" due to its special pommel shape.

It was popular throughout Europe, in the XIII. century.

This type of sword can be found in the collection of Hungarian National Museum, under the name of "Margit-szigeti kard". 

We know more finds of the X. Century. 

Petersen type X

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Norman Sword type from the XII. C.
Norman Sword type from the XII. C.
Norman Sword type from the XII. C.
Norman Sword type from the XII. C.
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Classic shape of straight cross-guard and disk-shaped pommel that was dated from the XI. century, but still stylish in the XVI. Century.

These types of classic swords can be found in the collections of most museums, pointing out their high functionality and popularity.

 

Matt polished!

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  One hand  Sword type used in the XI-XIII. Century (Oakeshott Xa.)
  One hand  Sword type used in the XI-XIII. Century (Oakeshott Xa.)
  One hand  Sword type used in the XI-XIII. Century (Oakeshott Xa.)
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Onehand sword with brasil nut pommel, made for reenactment. 

The original sword was made in Germany, around 1280.

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Norman sword from the 13th Century
Norman sword from the 13th Century
Norman sword from the 13th Century
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It is called sword with "brazil nut pommel" due to its special pommel shape.

It was popular throughout Europe.

This type of sword can be found in the collection of Hungarian National Museum.

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Norman Sword type used in the X. Century (Oakeshott XI.)
Norman Sword type used in the X. Century (Oakeshott XI.)
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It can be found in numerous museums, ex. Musee de l'Armee

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Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H)
Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H)
Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H)
Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H)
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It can be found in numerous museums, ex. Musee de l'Armee. 

The light version was developed for Codex Belli, with 3 mm blade thickness and narrow fuller. 

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Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H) light version
Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H) light version
Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H) light version
Viking Sword from the IX. Century (Petersen H) light version
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The design of the pommel is very specific. This type of sword can be found in several European museums indicating how popular it was throughout Europe. ex.Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen.

In Hungary it can be discovered within the Szob-Vendelin Collection.

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Viking Sword Type used in the X. Century (Petersen S)
Viking Sword Type used in the X. Century (Petersen S)
Viking Sword Type used in the X. Century (Petersen S)
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The design of the pommel is very specific. This type of sword can be found in several European museums indicating how popular it was throughout Europe. ex.Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen.

In Hungary it can be discovered within the Szob-Vendelin Collection.

The light version was made for Codex Belli, with 3 mm blade thickness and narrow fuller. 

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  Viking Sword Type used in the X. Century (Petersen S) light version
  Viking Sword Type used in the X. Century (Petersen S) light version
  Viking Sword Type used in the X. Century (Petersen S) light version
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Sharpening a sword blade before or after assembling the sword.
During sharpening, the blade loses its original thickness, making it more flexible and lighter, but also more fragile, of course.

The use of sharp swords is a training exercise that requires practice and knowledge, which must be exercised with extreme caution!

Damage and deflection of the swords are primarily due to cutting errors, so these damages are not warranty problems!

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It is called sword with "brazil nut pommel" due to its special pommel shape.

It was popular throughout Europe, in the XIII. century.

This type of sword can be found in the collection of Hungarian National Museum, under the name of "Szarvasi kard". 

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Norman Sword type used in the XIII. Century
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Viking sword for reenactment, or BUHURT, with a shiny polished blade.

The tri-lobed pommel is riveted from two parts. The original sword was found on Polish territory.

900-950 AD. Mostly richly decorated. Some have inscription on the blade, mostly an “Ulfberht” inscription”, supposed to be made by master blacksmiths in French areas. Found all over Scandinavia.

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Extravagant sword from the IX-X. Century. Petersen S
Extravagant sword from the IX-X. Century. Petersen S
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One-edge Wiking sword, made for reenactment or HMB.

Wide fuller, wheeler type II.

Viking sword found in Kilmainham, Dublin.

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One edged vikingsword (Petersen "C")
One edged vikingsword (Petersen "C")
One edged vikingsword (Petersen "C")
One edged vikingsword (Petersen "C")
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