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myArmoury.com A Rare Viking Sword Of Petersen Type C and Wheeler Type II, 9th/early 10th century, probably Norwegian  In excavated condition, with broad fullered single-edged blade, hilt comprising thick ovoidal cross-piece, flat tapering tang, and pommel of tea-cosy form   Overall length: 83.8 cm (33"); Blade length: 68 cm (26.8")

A Rare Viking Sword Of Petersen Type C and Wheeler Type II, century, probably Norwegian.Overall length: cm Blade length: 68 cm

Viking sword from Gotland. Pommel and hilt are layed in with copper, and silver.

Vikingatida svärd från Gotland

Viking sword from Broa, Halla, Gotland, Sweden. The sword is made of copper and silver; found in 1931 along with several other items.

Viking age / 9th to early 10th century and catagorizes it as type X. If you look at the Petersen typology you'll notice that early type X hilts tended .The sword has an +ULFBERTH+ inscription in pattern

Viking age / to early century and catagorizes it as type X. If you look at the Petersen typology you'll notice that early type X hilts tended .The sword has an +ULFBERTH+ inscription in pattern

Viking aged double-edged sword with silver and copper decorations. Uppland, Sweden.

A narrow, thick-bladed Viking age sword with no apparent fuller found near Adelsö (near Birka) in Sweden.

Viking Sword, usefull information We're the heck was this when I was doing my project on viking swords!!!!

Viking Sword, usefull information We're the heck was this when I was doing my project on viking swords!

Viking Sword, 10th/11th century. The hilt conforms to Petersen Type X. See I. Peirce 2003, p.115 www.facebook.com/myArmoury/photos/a.761172733928479.1073741844.103244573054635/763664083679344/?type=3&theater

A Rare Viking Sword, century In excavated condition, with broad pattern-welded blade of flattened hexagonal section, iron hilt comprising cross-guard of tapering rectangular section and slender pommel of ‘tea cozy’ form, each inlaid with a.

VIKING SWORD, THE BLADE WITH ULFBERHT INSCRIPTION CIRCA 950  In excavated condition (the upper half of the blade missing), the blade of late pattern-welded construction with a wide shallow central fuller, one side cut with the inscription 'Vlfberh+t' in characteristically large capitals originally inlaid in contrasting iron, the reverse with traces of a further inscription, fitted with robust guard of rectangular section, and one-piece pommel of so-called 'tea-cosey' type. 18 1/8in (46cm)…

A very rare Viking sword, the blade with Ulfberht inscription, circa 950 AD.

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