River Witham Viking sword, museum replic
This is a museum replica of a Viking or Saxon sword found in the River Witham at Monks Abbey in England. The original is kept in the British Museum in London. It is a custom-made masterpiece of a Czech blacksmith.
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The wide blade fuller is engraved
- from one side with “+LEUTRIT” (the second letter T is upside down)
- from the second side wish a styled S-shaped sign.
Specifications of the River Witham Viking sword
- The pommel and guard are inlaid with copper checked motives. The handle is made of hard wooden.
- The blade-tang is covered with hardwood and forms a firm grip
- The blade is hand forged from spring steel and is hardened
- The blade has a sharp edge and is therefore not suitable for (stage) sword combats!
Technical specifications of the sword
- 91.5 cm - Total length
- 77.5 cm - Blade length
- 12 cm - length of the guard
- 12cm - POB, measured from the guard
- 59 * 5 mm - blade section at the guard
- 33 * 4.5 mm – blade section 10 cm from the tip
- 1458 g - weight of the photographed sword
- Blade of spring steel W.Nr. 1.7102 (DIN 54SiCr6) quenched to a hardness of approx. 53 HRC
Made in the Czech Republic.
Please read also our: Directions for the use of bladed weapons.
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