Viking Swords

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.
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Viking Sword by Marto

Item # MA-520S
What the Vikings lacked in appearance, they more than made up for in quality and function. An example of this would be their weapons. Take, for example, the Viking Sword, by Marto - simple, rugged, undecorated, but wickedly effective.

Viking Ulfberht Sword

Item # 500864
This Viking Ulfberht Sword is a stellar replica modeled from a sword shown in Ian Pierces book Swords of the Viking Age. An old legend has it that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht developed the first all steel blade.

Warmonger Barbarian Sword

Item # DS-1320
Intimidating and brutish, the Warmonger Barbarian Sword exists in a class by itself. The stunning design of this fantasy sword is inspired by the Viking swords recounted in the legendary sagas of the northern peoples.