Korsoygaden Viking Sword AH-3378
The Korsoygaden Viking Sword was used in 1100 AD. This sword was found in the Hedmark district of Norway in 1888, during railway construction. The sword was buried in a stone lined tomb on a farmland at Korsoygarden. This hilt represents a late surviving transitional Viking form. The sword is battle ready and includes a scabbard.
* High Carbon Steel Blade
* Non Sharpened Blade
* 8 Steel Rivets Hold the Frog in Place
* Full Tang Construction
* Wooden Leather Wrapped Hand Grip
* Leather Covered Wooden Scabbard
Blade Length: 31 inches
Blade Width: 1.84 inches
Overall Length: 38 inches
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