Evolving from the Roman spatha, Norse swords served as one of the main kinds of ancient swords used during the Viking Age, though they were wielded by more people than just the Vikings. These Viking swords often featured deep fullers, short hilts, and lobed pommels. At Buying a Sword, we carry many great Norse sword replicas, including popular variants like Ulfbert swords, the Cawood sword, and the Leuterit sword. A number of our pieces are modeled on archeological finds and possess authentic details from the period. Other ones are inspired by mythological figures like Odin and the Einar and display more of a fantasy bent. These historical sword replicas include functional Norse swords that are ready for battle and decorative Norse swords intended for display or costume use. Crafted by top manufacturers like Windlass, Hanwei, Legacy Arms, Stage Steel, Marto, and more, these Norsemen swords will be sure to impress weapons enthusiasts and history lovers alike.
The name Erland is derived from an old Norse term meaning foreigner. Just take one look at the Erland Sword with Scabbard, and it is easy to see why this blade, with its unique, almost alien hilt, was named in such a way.
You know the story. A mysterious traveler burdened by their past comes ashore in a strange land. Thrust into a world of adventure, the traveler becomes a hero. The Erlund Sword with Scabbard and Belt will put you in this same position.
When it came to swords, Vikings had a surprisingly diverse taste. Far from just wanting sharpened steel, they tended to favor ornate blades. This Five Lobe Viking Sword, for instance, is a combination of subtle detail and effective form.
This weapon recreates what is one of the most quintessential styles of Norse weapon during the Viking age. This Five Lobe Viking Sword with Scabbard is a solid and sturdy type of sword that most Viking warriors would have preferred.
This weapon recreates what is one of the most quintessential styles of Norse weapon during the Viking age. This Five Lobe Viking Sword with Scabbard and Belt is a sturdy type of sword that most Viking warriors would have preferred.
Defend your territory against any foe with the Godegisel Stage Combat Sword. This fearsome blade, inspired by the swords of ancient Germanic warriors, has been made safe for stage combat with its blunted edges and rounded tip.
While claymores and broadswords, with their lavish quillons, can be beautiful, sometimes it is nice to go back to something simpler. The Guardlan Sword with Scabbard replicates the classic Viking sword, with a few modern modifications.
Known for their simultaneous savagery and sophistication, the Vikings did not need elaborate weapons to get the job done. The Guardlan Sword with Scabbard and Belt listens to the wisdom of the Vikings for its modest but formidable design.
When raiding and pillaging, you need to have a trusty weapon at your side. Wield this fearsome Gutrum Stage Combat Viking Sword on your next voyage. It is great for controlled reenactments, stage fights, and theatrical productions.
A hersir, in Viking culture, was an important person. They were a local military leader, who organized village defenses, as well as raids. As its name implies, this Hersir Viking Broad Sword would have been the weapon for such a warrior.
Like the weapon of a brave and powerful Norse warrior, the Iron Lobe Pommel Viking Sword has a straightforward design. Its details, such as its lobed pommel and guard, are inspired by history and paired with a carbon steel blade.