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Named for the vicinity of its founding near Cawood Castle in England, the Cawood Sword is one of the most well preserved Viking swords discovered. Believed to be from the 11th century, it was found preserved in mud in the River Ouse and now resides at the Yorkshire Museum. This replica features the same lobated pommel and steeply down curved quillons. The wide fullered blade is forged 5160 high-carbon steel. While no scabbard was found with the original, the Cawood Sword comes with a leather-covered scabbard appropriate for the time.
|Attribute name||Attribute value|
|Overall Length||35 5/8"|
|Blade Length||29 5/8"|
|Weight||2 lbs / 7 oz|
|Material||5160 High Carbon Steel|