Two-handed Seax Ymir, 5-11 cen, class B

This two-handed sax was spread among Western European nations, especially among the Anglo-Saxons. It is solid and well-balanced. A good seax for combat shows, re-enactment etc. Unusually, this weapon replica is to be lead by two hands. Sources: (1) Stephen Pollington: The English Warrior from earliest times to 1066, ISBN-13: 978-1898281276 und (2) Richard Underwood: Anglo-Saxon Weapons and Warfare, ISBN-13: 978-0752419107. More information...

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Two-handed Seax Ymir, 5th - 11th century

Sword class B.

  • Total length approx. 902mm
  • Blade length approx. 636mm
  • Length of the cross-guard approx. 114mm
  • Width of the blade at the guard approx. 41.1mm
  • Blade thickness at the guard approx. 5.6mm
  • Width of the blade 12.5cm off the blade point approx. 37.2 mm (where the tip / blade begins to taper)
  • Blade thickness 12.5cm off the blade point approx. 3.7mm
  • Thickness of the cutting edge approx. 2.1mm
  • The Point of Balance (PoB) is approx. 4,3cm in front of the cross guard
  • Weight approx. 1.470 g
  • Blade made of spring steel DIN 1.7103, oil-quenched to approx. 52-54 HRC.

Due to manual finalization, the specifications given above may vary slightly from item to item. Made in the Czech Republic.

Please read also our Directions for the use of bladed weapons.

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