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Viking Swords

Viking swords were expensive to make. They were typically double edged, but single-edged swords were also used. The blades were pattern-welded, a method of sword making where iron and steel were forge-welded together. Together with weapons such as the battle-axe and the spear, the sword was one of the most useful offensive tools for a Viking warrior. Viking swords were typically meant for single-handed use, with the other hand holding a shield. They were more than mere weapons of combat; a sword often indicated wealth and status. Also, these blades were heirlooms and given names and survived generations.

Museum Replicas is proud of the variety of swords it offers. We carry a stunning range of Viking swords that would suit both the standard warrior and Viking royalty. We also understand that no Viking sword collection is complete without the Ulfberht, a weapon so ahead of its time it was considered mystical in some quarters. Our amazing replica does this sword justice. Also, check out the Migration Period Sword based on a 7th-century design and Eric the Red Sword that is inspired by the legendary Norwegian Viking. Of course, we have much more in this collection – blades forged with expert hands and with detail exquisite enough to turn the head of even the most battle-hardened Norse warrior.

Although an authentic Viking sword is hard to come by, we will give you premium-quality weapon replica derived from those wielded by the most terrifying seafarers in history.

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Erik the Red Viking Sword by Marto

#501454
This blade of this Viking sword is crafted of 420 stainless steel and features detailed etch-work patterns. Overall length of 40 inches.
$258.95

Leuterit Sword

#500806
This Viking sword has high carbon steel blade. Guard and pommel are silver, with copper lozenges. Grip is wood with silver pins. Comes complete with a scabbard. Overall 38-1/4 inches.
$264.95

Stiklestad Viking Sword

#500670
This viking sword is made from high carbon steel. Pommel and guard are decorated with copper. Leather covered wood grip. Complete with scabbard. Overall 37 inches.
$244.95

Viking Ulfberht

#500864
One of the most significant medieval swords, this sports a high carbon steel blade. Grip is wood wrapped with leather. Scabbard included. Overall 35-3/4 inches.
$209.95

Vikings Ragnar Sword of Kings

#501517
From the TV show Vikings comes this sword, a relic from the times of Viking King Ragnar Lothbrok. Mirror polished Steel blade, etched with Viking runes. Overall 39-1/2 inches.
$228.95

Ashdown Viking Sword

#501561
This sword has an extra-wide fuller and decorated crossguard with raised knot work. A matching period leather scabbard with belt is included, which has a highly decorative metal shoe.
$324.95

Leif Erikson Sword

#501651
This Viking sword has a high carbon steel blade with a wide fuller. The pommel and guard have been lavishly sculpted with sea dragons and intricate knotwork. The wooden grip is covered in black leather and has three knotwork rings. Includes black leather scabbard with hardware and a leather baldric belt.
$319.95

Maldon Viking Sword

#501507
The sword has a blade made of 1065 high carbon steel. Features snub-hilt with disctinct lobed-pommel. Includes matching scabbard with belt stop. Overall length of 36-1/2 inches.
$264.95 $350.00

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Maldon Viking Sword

Arrived Quickly and very carefully packaged. It is an absolutely stunning sword! Came with a Certificate of Authenticity. Will absolutely be ordering our next sword purchases through Museum Replicas!
Reviewed by: Ally, September 16, 2018

Review of: Stiklestad Viking Sword

I got this sword as a gift for my husband, who not only LOVES swords, knives, and weapons in general, he also loves the show Vikings and is proud to have Rollo as a (distant) ancestor.
I ha it sharpened and it is beautifully sharp!
As always, MR handled everything professionally. I'll be buying from them again soon!
Reviewed by: Lydia, August 20, 2018

Review of: Viking Ulfberht

I picked one of these up recently as the deal of the day at a very reasonable price. I was looking for something close to a 11th century Norman sword due to having ancestors that moved to England from France in 1066.

The lettering although true to a type 2 Vulfbehrt seems a bit cheap, like paint in etching, but true in spelling to high carbon steel swords of the time.

The scabbard holds the blade well but every time i use it the blade is drawn having what looks like sawdust on it.

Typical Windlass issues, but for around $200 you really can't expect a top name brand that uses C and C methods and it is something I would use with no hesitation.
Reviewed by: Philip, May 18, 2018

Review of: Ashdown Viking Sword

I just got this sword and I have to say, I was really surprised how great this sword felt in my hand. The grip was big enough for even my "ham hock" size hand! LOL i ordered it sharpened and I think I can shave with this thing, too. Great quality and awesome piece for the price! Thanks!
Reviewed by: David, May 04, 2018

Review of: Sword of the Viking King

I own 141 swords in my collection the Vikings King Sword still my favourite.  I bought it mostly because of the nice attractive scabbard but actually love the look of this sword.  Maybe the small leather grip is not the best but overall I love it.
Reviewed by: Philippe, February 08, 2018

Review of: The Suontaka Viking Sword

I really like this sword,the overall looks.the blade is 30
Reviewed by: ray , December 28, 2017

Review of: Viking Ulfberht

I have quite a few swords, Albion, Del Tin, Valiant Armory, DSA and more but this is my go to sword for cutting and overall feel.  It feels perfectly balanced in my hand and is very comfortable, the pommel never causing issues with my hand or wrist.  I have beat this thing and it has never loosened and the edge has never chipped or rolled.  It has a good temper and flexes but does not take a set.  Other reviewers have said this isn't historically accurate but it is.  I have found a picture of an archaeological example that is almost identical, the spelling, shape and overall structure. For the money this is one of the best sword values around.  Yes, you could nit pick the details as you can with any Windlass, but functionally it is perfect.
Reviewed by: Michael, May 18, 2017

Review of: Viking Ulfberht

Sword is awesome,very happy with everything.sharp sword is very sharp,again very happy
Reviewed by: Scott, May 14, 2017

Review of: Damascus Viking Sword

Beautiful. No imperfections and very nice build. Slightly heavier than I like, but I am getting used to it. That's no fault of the item. Scabbard is very sturdy, although the wrapped straps are only decoration. Only real disappointment is that the hilt is a little short for me and the wide pommel hits my wrist on hard strokes. My leather gauntlets help to pad the the wrist though. Overall, excellent item. If ordered sharpened, it is very sharp.
Reviewed by: Joshua, April 20, 2017

Review of: Maldon Viking Sword

Gorgeous!!  Perfect reproduction and probably the closest we can get to what the Northmen actually carried into battle.  I have been holding off on purchasing my first "real" sword and I was not disappointed in the least...in fact, I'm thrilled with it.  The price point is very generous considering the quality.  I did not notice any imperfections as some others have mentioned.  Also, it included a frog for the scabbard that is equally awesome.  It's a shame that there were no pictures of it in the product description, but that just made it an added bonus for me!!  I couldn't be happier with this weapon and could not possibly offer any higher recommendation for someone who wants a real, functional, weapon and not just a pretty wall-hanger.  Also, hats-off to Museum Replicas for the incredibly fast order processing & shipping.  I look forward to doing business with them again and can't wait to get the matching scramaseax.
Reviewed by: Maxx, March 16, 2017