Viking Artifacts
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11 1/8" length. Finely forged with medial ridged leaf shaped point showing distinct transverse patterning, suggesting laminar damascus steel construction as found on Viking Sword blades. The ridge transitioning to the lapped seam tapered socket. Professio... (read more)
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6" height. Well forged. Backswept bit with slightly indented back edge and forward angled leading edge. Deeply rounded cutting edge. Round eye with expanded top to allow for better seating on the haft. Stable uniform pebbled surface.... (read more)
$950.00
6" height. Flared socket with circular eye. Backswept bit with squared back and slightly forward angled front edge. Excavated with good profile and uniform surface texture. The cutting edge slightly irregular.... (read more)
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Small proportions. 4 3/4" height with elegant backswept blade and circular eye. Particularly finely forged with minimal rust growth on considerable original surface.... (read more)
VIKING   BATTLE AXE
$1,375.00
850-1050 AD. Iron, 6" height. Circular eye with stabilizing tongues to the top. Elegantly formed bit with back nub and circular hole. That last feature present on about a fifth of surviving examples though unexplained to us. Patterned from gravel burial w... (read more)
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$145.00
England C.866-1067. Large size, 10 1/2" length, forged iron, with broad curved wedge section bit on opened seam conical socket retaining a significant piece of its wood haft. Good excavated and professionally conserved condition. Rare large size for harve... (read more)
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4 1/2” length. Triangular point with swelled medial one side, the other side flat. Lapped seam conical socket with opened indent at the bottom as is typical. Excellent professionally conserved condition with superficial rust growth on original surfaces. J... (read more)
$80.00
Copper or bronze. Size 7 1/2 for the small finger. Narrow with slightly rounded face. Light encrustation from burial.... (read more)
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$425.00
11 3/4” length. Heavy trapezoidal form head on faceted socket. Sound excavated condition. Heavily pitted and professionally conserved. The socket about 50% eroded.... (read more)
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$725.00
Forged iron with forged seam conical socket containing remnants of the original wood haft. Medially ridged leaf shaped point. Heavy construction. 9 1/2” total length. Excavated and professionally conserved.... (read more)
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$775.00
The side knife used for throat slashing in battle and knife fights. 7 1/4” total length of classic form with long clipped point. The right side with single narrow fuller. The left with double. Excellent excavated condition with considerable original surfa... (read more)
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$365.00
Heavy gilt bronze made with the lost wax process. The center of heavy intertwined coils which taper to two separate tails as is typical. Surface textured from burial with significant gold surface and fine matte gilt presentation Size 10 1/4.... (read more)
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$60.00
Bronze, small size 3 3/4 for the small finger. Broad band with shallow medial line. Good patina. ... (read more)
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$50.00
Bronze, small size 1 3/4 for the small finger. Narrow band of rounded section. Slightly irregularly cast. Good medium patina.... (read more)
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Copper or bronze. Size 4 for the small finger. Rounded section. Glossy patina with a few tiny bruises.... (read more)
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$55.00
Bronze, small size 3 1/4 for the small finger. Rounded section. Mottled brown bronze patina. ... (read more)
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$65.00
Translucent mandrel wound glass, 11mm diameter, 10 mm length with the beads well formed.... (read more)
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Translucent glass. 10 mm diameter. Fused with the two partially delineated and partially smoothed over.... (read more)
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The iconic double bead specific to Viking culture. Translucent, 9 mm diameter, of two conjoined segments. C900-1050 AD.... (read more)
$85.00
7/8" length. Completely intact. Pierced both ends. Excellent with surface dulled from burial as expected.... (read more)
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$60.00
A domed snail (limpet) of Mediterranean/African origin, paid as tribute and brought to the Viking hinterland where it was pierced to suspend, displaying its brilliant surface 3/4" length. Perfect but for expected surface degradation from burial.... (read more)
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A single chambered shell, the closed end polished flat and pierced for suspension. Mediterranean/African where Vikings pillaged coastal settlements for nearly three centuries.... (read more)
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$225.00
Rare burial ritualized example. C.850-1050. 4 1/4" length. Straight back wedge section blade with centered tapered tang, ritually bent in both directions and the tip blunted. Only ritually disabled example of these daggers we have encountered. Excellent e... (read more)
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$245.00
Forged iron, 3 3/4" length with medially ridged tapered point on open seam conical socket. Socket edge chipped and surface textured from burial. Stable, professionally conserved condition.... (read more)
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$275.00
Iron with quadrangular head with opposing veins each stepped from the medial resulting a shallow S cross section. Opened seam conical socket, the base pierced for a securing pin. 4 3/8 total length. Quite clean with a little rust growth. The edges of the... (read more)
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$315.00
3 1/2 length. Finely forged. Spade shaped point with cusped base and shallow medial fuller to maximize the material nearer the edges. Closed side seam conical socket. The bottom corners of the socket rounded as made. Just minimal oxidation growth and lov... (read more)
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A small hoard recovered from the Baltic hinterland illustrating the diversity of beads of the period. Always highly valued, Roman and Byzantine, even African beads comprise a significant part of Viking bead history. Eight examples from the group including... (read more)
$310.00
Classic form with 3 1/8 wedge section blade showing stable relatively smooth surfaces and good profile. Professionally conserved. The scramseax in this small size was prized by Viking warriors and is the size which were commonly buried with them. They wer... (read more)
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$650.00
Fine large example. 6 blade of swelled form and wedge section with clipped point Whittle tang slightly bent. The surfaces well preserved and good profile with minimal loss. Professionally conserved with fine glossy patina.... (read more)
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$875.00
The iconic fighting knife of the Viking warrior. So engrained in Viking culture that examples are found with blades from a few inches length to sword proportions. This example of fine fully developed form with elegant clipped point, (the feature which dis... (read more)
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