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This sword is based on a 10th century original dredged from the Thames River at Shifford. The shape of the pommel and crossguard are faithfully reproduced, as is the characteristic short grip. The Vikings put their little finger over the pommel when gripping the sword. The authentically fullered blade, makes this sword light enough for the quick wrist movements needed for this style of combat without sacrificing strength.
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MV1_1
Price: 145 EUR
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MV1_2
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MV1_3
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Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Back
The no-cutting part opposite the blade. Double-edged swords has no back.
Broadsword
Term usually stands for Medieval swords which is, in fact, wrong. This misnomer comes from Victorian collectors of the early 19th century.
Compound-Hilt & Complex-Guard
Term for the many forms of hilts in Renaissance and on some late-Medieval swords. Ususally consist of finger-rings,…
Edge
The sharp, cutting part of a blade. Swords are single or double-edged.
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