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.
While not a direct copy of any particular sword, the Viking sword design was inspired by historical examples from the 9th Century, most notably finds from the area around Trondheim, Norway, where the circular hilt was popular.
With the Tjure Stage Combat Sword in hand as you charge into battle, you feel no fear. Modeled after historic Viking swords, this realistic stage combat weapon has a blunted blade and rounded tip for safe performance and costume use.
With a design that rings like a bell when struck in combat, the Tourney Viking Sword serves as a fantastic re-enactment weapon. The functional sword is forged from 9260 spring steel that is tempered to around 50 Hrc.
Even Viking Kings preferred their swords to be hardy and battle-ready, rather than overly decorated. This Tri-Lobed Godfred Sword is named after a Danish King in the Viking era, one who took great steps to defend against the Franks.
Patterned after swords that have been discovered in the area around Trodheim, Norway, the sword exhibits early ninth-century styling, a time when the Norwegian Vikings were pillaging Britain and Ireland.
The Two Handed Norman Sword with Scabbard is a reimagined recreation of the traditional Norman sword. Often seen as only a one-handed weapon, this sword scales up the classic design in certain areas to create a truly deadly two-hander.
The Two Handed Norman Sword with Scabbard and Belt is a recreation of the traditional Norman sword. Often seen as only a one-handed weapon, this sword scales up the classic design in certain areas to create a truly deadly two-hander.
This Viking blade takes a few liberties with the historical design to create something appealing as both a weapon and an artistic work. This Two Handed Viking Sword with Scabbard delivers on both iconic Viking art and hardy design.
This Viking blade takes a few liberties with the historical design to create something appealing as both a weapon and an artistic work. This Two Handed Viking Sword with Scabbard and Belt delivers on iconic Viking art and hardy design.
Swords were crucial to Norse culture, so those interested in Vikings ought to have a weapon of their own they can display with pride. The Viking Battle Sword with Plaque is a beautiful replica version of a typical Norse sword.
No Norse warrior hall would be complete without a display of arms and armour. Be sure to add the Viking Guardian Sword with Scabbard to your abode. This bladed weapon makes a great addition to any home decor or sword collection.