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Full tang Saxon Migration Sword & Scabbard

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Size: 780mm Blade, 970mm Overall
Weight: 1.57kg

This sword has a full tang and is tempered to 52-Rockwell hardness cone (HRC).
Each sword comes with a purpose fit scabbard made from wood and covered with rexine.

It is extremely durable and a potential danger to other blades.

During the Viking age , the swords grew slightly in length to 37" (930 mm) and took on a slightly more acute distal taper and point. These blades had deep fullers running their length, yet still had single handed hilts which often sported a 'brazil nut' shaped pommel . While the pattern of hilt and blade design of this time might readily be called 'The Viking sword' to do so would be to neglect the wide spread popularity it enjoyed. All over continental Europe between 700-1150 AD this design and its small variations could be found.

Combat Rating = 9 out of 10

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