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Viking long knives - seax.

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SEAX, hand forged long knife, antler, sharp replica

Catalog number: KNI113

Your Price: 135.00 €

   

Hand forged early medieval seax with antler handle (European deer). This kind of weapon/tool was used during Viking and Anglo-Saxon Age as a weapon and as a tool for everyday usage (chopping wood etc.). We manufactured this knife sharp for usage in wilderness. Overall length: 40 cm. Blade width: 4 cm. Material: high carbon spring steel.

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Anglo-Saxon of Beagnoth, runes, leather sheath

Catalog number: KNI168

Your Price: 89.00 €

   

The Seax of Beagnoth (the Thames scramasax) is a 9th century Anglo-Saxon seax, it was found in the River Thames in 1857 and now the original knife is deposited at the British Museum in London. There is on the blade inscription of the twenty-eight letter Anglo-Saxon runic alphabet. This replica is based on the dimensions of the original. Leather sheath is included. Overall length: 94 cm. Not sharpened, not tempered - decorative blunt replica.

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ASGER, hand forged viking Seax

Catalog number: KNI53

Your Price: 250.00 €

   

Hand forged viking scramasax in deer antler, moderately decorated. Total length circa 50 cm! Length of the blade circa: 35 cm. Suitable also as a modern equipment for the journeys to the wilderness ... for example to the Canadian forrest :) I hope I will have luck in my life to see this country on my own eyes. Leather scabbard is possible to make for extra price.

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Seax of Beagnoth, without inscription

Catalog number: KNI197

Your Price: 270.00 €

   

The Seax of Beagnoth (Thames scramasax) is a long single-edged knife from 10th-century (Anglo-Saxon). It was found in the River Thames in 1857 (now exhibited at the British Museum in London). It is a prestige weapon with inlaid copper, bronze and silver wire. On one side of the blade is the inscription of the twenty-eight letter Anglo-Saxon runic alphabet, as well as the name "Beagnoth" in runic letters. Runes on the blades have magical function. The inscription Beagnoþ or Beagnoth ᛒᛠᚷᚾᚩᚦ (a male name), is probably a name that of the maker or original owner of the blade.

The seax was found by Henry J. Briggs in the River Thames near Battersea. It was originally described as the Scramasax of the Franks, of which examples are very rare in England.

Inscribing runes on weapons has a long tradition in northern countries. This is an esample from Edda, poem Sigrdrífumál. The valkyrie Sigrdrífa teaches the hero Sigurd how to engrave runes on his sword:

"Sigrúnar þú skalt kunna,
ef þú vilt sigr hafa,
ok rísta á hialti hiǫrs,
sumar á véttrimum,
sumar á valbǫstum,
ok nefna tysvar Tý"

"Victory runes you must know
if you will have victory,
and carve the on the sword's hilt,
some on the grasp
and some on the inlay,
and name Tyr twice."

Our replica is a simple one without runes. Because handle was not preserved we found our inspiration in Ulm Museum, Germany.

  • Material: high-carbon spring steel CSN 14 260 (54SiCr6)
  • Total length: 72cm
  • Blade length: 55cm
  • Max. blade thickness: 5mm
  • Max. blade width: 4.2mm
  • Wooden handle: 4.2 x 18.2 cm (2 cm thick)
  • Blade: sharp
  • Manufactured by Arma Epona smithy

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LONG ANGLO-SAXON SCRAMASAX, forged replica

Catalog number: VSW21

Your Price: 155.00 €

   

Hand forged viking or anglo-saxon scramasax (seax knife) that is constructed especially for the re-enactment purposes in a blunt version. Hardness of used steel approx. 55 HRC.  Material: high carbon spring steel. Pommel is riveted. Overall length: 65 cm, blade: 50.5 cm, weight: 1 kg. Made by Arma Epona smithy.

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DECORATED VIKING SEAX, Triquetra

Catalog number: KNI78

Your Price: 155.00 €

   

Hand forged viking or anglo-saxon scramasax (seax knife) that is constructed especially for the re-enactment purposes in a blunt version. Hardness of used steel approx. 55 HRC.  Material: high carbon spring steel. Pommel is riveted. Overall length: 55 cm, blade: 40 cm, weight: 0.85 kg. Made by Arma Epona smithy.

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HJÖRTUR, Viking seax knife, damask

Catalog number: KNI170

Your Price: 350.00 €

   

Luxury damask knife (seax type knife) with a bronze pommel and guard. Overall length: 28.5 cm, length of blade: 17.5 cm. Max. blade width: 2.6 cm, thickness of the blade: 4 mm. Made by our smithy Arma Epona.

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VIKING SEAX with leather sheath de luxe

Catalog number: KNI152

Your Price: 250.00 €

   

Hand forged viking or anglo-saxon scramasax (seax knife) that is constructed especially for the re-enactment purposes in a blunt version. Hardness of used steel approx. 55 HRC.  Material: high carbon spring steel. Pommel is riveted. Overall length: 55 cm, blade: 40 cm, weight: 0.85 kg. Made by Arma Epona smithy.

Leather sheath included.

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ULFHEDNAR, forged viking seax

Catalog number: KNI159

Your Price: 145.00 €

   

Hand forged early medieval seax with antler handle (European deer). This kind of weapon/tool was used during Viking and Anglo-Saxon Age as a weapon and as a tool for everyday usage (chopping wood etc.). We manufactured this knife sharp for usage in wilderness. Overall length: 40 cm. Blade width: 4 cm. Material: high carbon spring steel.

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VIKING SEAX, Thames, London, replica

Catalog number: KNI201

Your Price: 125.00 €

   

An exact replica of sax found in England on the banks of the River Thames in London. The original can be classified into the period 900-1000 CE.

  • Overall length: 35 cm
  • Blade length: 23.2 cm
  • Width at the guard: 3 cm
  • Thickness of blade back: 6mm
  • Handle: ash
  • Production: Arma Epona

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GRÍMUS, forged Viking Seax

Catalog number: KNI70

Your Price: 230.00 €

   

Hand forged viking long knife (seax). Decorated on one side of the blade. Handmade in the Czech Republic.

  • Overall length: 40 cm
  • Blade: 25.5 cm
  • Handle: deer antler (length 14.5 cm, antler: 10.5 cm)
  • Pommel (3.3 x 3.5 cm)
  • Arma Epona smithy

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LONG SEAX, SCRAMASAX, antler, replica of a viking weapon

Catalog number: VSW31

Your Price: 135.00 €

   

Stage combat replica of a viking scramasax. Constructed for a stage combat - case hardened spring steel (CSN 14260), antler. Hardness: 50 - 52 HRC. Overall length 60 cm, blade length 46 cm, blade width 3.5 cm. Made by Wulflund Armoury.

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GERMANIAN SCRAMASAX, museum copy

Catalog number: SWA46

Your Price: 175.00 €

   

Exact copy of a Germanian scramasax. Overall length: 68 cm, blade: 56 cm. Weight: 680 g.

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ARVID, long knife - seax

Catalog number: KNI180

Your Price: 185.00 €

   

Forged sharp seax. Overall length: 57.5 cm, length of blade: 45.5 cm. Blade width: 4 cm.

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VIDAR, forged knife - seax

Catalog number: KNI199

Your Price: 95.00 €

   

Forged knife "Vidar" inspired by the viking, Slavic and Anglo-saxon knives. The blade is forged and made of high-carbon steel CSN 14 260 (54SiCr6). Grip: wood, horn. Overall length: 27cm. Made by Arma Epona smithy.

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FIANNA, hand forged knife, deer antler

Catalog number: KNI139

Your Price: 190.00 €

   

Hand forged knife. Overall length: 39 cm, blade: 18.5 cm. Max. width of the blade: 4.3 cm.  Material: high carbon spring steel. Case hardened in wax.

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SEAX, viking long knife, replica from Haithabu

Catalog number: KNI117

Your Price: 185.00 €

   

Exact copy of a viking forged seax. Original blade incl. the guard was found in Haithabu (Hedeby) and comes from the X. century. Wooden handle is made from one piece. Overall length: 61 cm, blade: 48.5 cm, max. width: 4 cm. Weight 650 g.

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CONCHAR, forged knife with a ram's head

Catalog number: KNI157

Your Price: 320.00 €

   

Hand forged sax (long knife) with a ram's head. Material: spring steel, deer antler.

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