blade Sword


ID#: 401022

Price: $125.00 


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Circa 750

The seax, or sax, was universal in Northern Europe. Carried and used by the Saxons, Angles, Vikings and German tribes, its use probably dated before the fall of Rome and continued on into the early Middle Ages. From small knives with 3-4 inch blades to actual swords with blades of 27-28 inches and always single-edged, the profile of the seax varied a great deal. The original version of this large knife served from camp work to cutting work, on shipboard, and for fighting if a sword or axe was not available. The lobed pommel and guard are brass, and the wood grip is studded with brass tacks, for a very secure and comfortable grip. The blade is etched on both sides, flat ground, and capable of taking and holding a razor sharp edge. Leather sheath riveted and laced like the originals, has two thong slots. The remnants of this Seax can be seen in the British Museum. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
  • Overall: 19"
  • Blade: 13" long, 1 5/8" wide, 1/8" thick
  • Wt: 1 lb
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Another great addition to my collection! Well made and combat/camp ready. I would recommend this to anyone!
Reviewed by Ray  M
7/20/2015 9:19:51 PM
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Very high quality, very sharp edge. I'll be using this as a camp knife, Viking enactments, and for general duties.
Reviewed by brian  c
4/27/2015 5:57:01 PM
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Excellent and beautiful, high quality weapon, well-balanced and historically accurate. Outstanding quality and value
Reviewed by kevin  b
1/15/2015 9:24:32 PM
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nice balance. feels good to the hand and has a good weight. sharp as it should be. good blade
Reviewed by charles  s
12/31/2014 4:14:30 PM
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Well crafted and surprisingly well balanced. The on-line catalog may not be accurate about being in stock, so I recommend placing a telephone order if you need it quickly. Took a couple of months to get but well worth the wait.
Reviewed by Lawrence  W
7/6/2012 12:00:00 AM
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