Sword Viking Langeid with sheath, ELEVENTH century
Sword Viking Langeid of the ELEVENTH century, year 1030 approx. A true replica of the one found in a graveyard viking in Langeid, Norway. Double-edged blade made of steel EN45. The spike is complete and comes bolted and riveted to the knob. The handle is made of wood and is coated in brass wire. The knob and forend are made of brass and are decorated with runes and Latin letters. Includes sheath of wood wrapped in brown leather and brass fittings.
This sword meets all the characteristics to classify it as functional, but is NOT prepared to fight. It is a piece exclusively for coleccióno display.