Viking Sword Korsoygaden, class B

This reconstruction of the Korsoygaden sword was made after the original that was found buried in a stone cyst with the remains of its scabbard and a shield. This simple yet attractive Viking sword is named after where the sword was originally found – Korsoygaden. It has a broad blade a curved crossbar hilt and a distinctive ornate pommel decorated with ridges. Both the guard and the pommel are made from polished carbon steel. The grip is wrapped in genuine brown cow leather and decorated with two engraved brass sockets. The blade features a long, deep fuller. It is available with optional matching scabbard with polished brass fittings at the throat, chape and a buckle. More information...

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Item number: 9502

Viking Sword Korsoygaden, mid. 12th century

Sword class B

  • 1020,5mm – overall length
  • 880mm – blade length
  • 15,8mm – width of the curved cross bar
  • 54*5mm – blade section at the guard
  • POB: 14cm (sharp blade)
  • Weight: 1520 g (sharp), 1600 g (blunt)
  • Blade of spring steel W.Nr. 1.7102 (DIN 54SiCr6) quenched to a hardness of approx. 53 HRC

Made in the Czech Republic.

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