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.
This simple yet attractive Viking sword is modeled after an archaeological find that is dated to 1100AD. Named after where the sword was originally found, this Korsoygaden Viking Sword has a distinctive hilt and a broad, deadly blade.
Vikings raided the coast of England looking for loot throughout the 8th and 9th centuries with a variety of unique weapons, including Norse blades like the Maldon Viking Sword, which makes an excellent addition to any collection.
With its straight-forward design, it is not hard to see why warriors favored swords in the same style as this Norman Battle Sword. It is easy to use and effective, while having a big enough guard to offer adequate defense, too.
Cold Steel is pleased to offer you the battle-ready version of the famous Norman sword. Like the original and replica trainer weapons studied, it offers a long wide blade with fully sharpened edges and a very useful point.
The Normans were considered fierce warriors and for good reason, as they were the descendants of Vikings from a previous era! This Norman Sword with Scabbard is a fully functional recreation of their sword to wield in battle.
The Normans were considered fierce warriors and for good reason, as they were the descendants of Vikings from a previous era! This Norman Sword with Scabbard and Belt is a functional recreation of their sword to wield in battle.
This Viking sword is part historical recreation and inspired artisanal craft. The Oslo Viking Sword with Scabbard features a traditional Type X blade (of Oakeshott typology), while its guard and pommel are of a more unique design.
This Viking sword is part historical recreation and inspired artisanal craft. The Oslo Viking Sword with Scabbard and Belt features a traditional Type X blade (of Oakeshott typology), while its guard and pommel are of unique design.
Vikings are known as some of the most brutal warriors to have ever existed, so of course their battle weapons must represent that quality. The Practical Viking Broadsword will bring the authenticity you want to your reenactment.
The original River Witham sword was dredged up from the river Witham, giving the blade its name. The original can be seen in Ian Peirces Swords of the Viking Age on page 77. This sword is hand forged from 5160 carbon steel.
In many ways, the Saxon Sword paralleled the design of the Viking sword, possessing similar features. All in all, that is not a bad thing, though, as it means that this Saxon Sword is a simple blade that looks fit for battle.
Efficiency and durability are the name of the game with our Soldiers Viking Sword. Handcrafted from high carbon steel and featuring a unique guard and pommel, this functional Viking sword is a great companion for sword enthusiasts.