9th - 10th Century Petersen Type M, Musee D'Armee Paris J3

Petersen type M swords are the second most common form from the Viking age after type H. Nearly 200 have been found in Norway alone. This sword has been based on an example housed in the Musée de l'Armée in Paris.

 

It has a leather grip with raised decoration.

 

The blade is made blunt for reenactment battles (minimum 2mm edge and point rounded off to a 25mm diameter)

9th - 10th Century Petersen Type M, Musee D'Armee Paris J3

£350.00Price

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