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Stiklestad Viking Sword

ID#: 500670

Price: $245.00 

Stiklestad Viking Sword

Stiklestad Viking SwordStiklestad Viking Sword
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Circa 900

The Battle of Stiklestad was the final battle of St. Olaf. This was old school warfare, with two hosts meeting face-to-face and sword-to-sword. It was a brutal, bloody and deadly fight, and in the end the mighty Olaf fell. Gaining a lot of fame for his exploits, he was eventually canonized as St. Olaf. This attractive Viking sword is copied from a specimen that was quite involved in that kind of vicious encounter. Made from high carbon steel by Windlass Steelcrafts®, the sword is a beautifully balanced and highly effective weapon. Capable of both cutting and thrusting, it is also a delight to the eye. Pommel and guard are tastefully decorated with copper. Leather covered wood grip. Complete with scabbard. Can be sharpened for additional fee.
  • Overall: 37"'
  • Blade: 31" long, 2" wide, 3⁄16" thick
  • Wt: 2 lbs/12 oz

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Surprisingly light and quick. The hilt is beautiful.Pictures don't do it justice.
Reviewed by charles  b
7/31/2015 12:01:21 PM
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This sword is everything I expected from Museum Replicas. It feels great in my hand and looks fantastic! This is going to make an excellent addition to my collection.
Reviewed by Ray  M
7/20/2015 9:14:39 PM
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Absolutely awesome sword! Any viking would be proud!!
Reviewed by Sam  O
7/20/2015 6:25:19 AM
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The Stiklestad sword was my fifth blade purchase from Windlass Steel/Museum Replicas, and as others have noted, it's by far the very best of the lot. I also own a Coustille sword, Russian Kindjal, a Seax, a Jambiya, the Officer's Kukri, and my most recent "Deal of the Day" purchase, a Brandenburg rapier. Every blade is sharp as the proverbial razor's edge, and a superb piece of biting steel. Next on the list is the Medici dagger and the British basket hilt sword. Without a doubt Windlass Steel/Museum Replicas rocks!
Reviewed by Allen  B
7/10/2015 9:09:29 PM
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Good balance and very well made and when they say sharpened, they mean sharp! Makes me want to raid the English coast just holding it in my hands.
Reviewed by Lawrence  G
5/13/2012 12:00:00 AM
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