Sword Viking Ballinderry a hand for practice, NINTH century
Sword Viking Ballinderry is a replica of the IX century for a hand and ready to fight. Manufactured with sheet steel 5160 tempered and hardened (48-52 HRC) with high carbon content. Guard made of steel and lined with strips of brown leather and pommel in steel. Includes an elegant sheath of wood covered in genuine leather with flat metal as well as a matching belt.
The original was found in Ballinderry (Ireland) in 1928, and is preserved in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.