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14th Century Eating Knife

14th Century Eating Knife

Catalogue ID: 677

A 14th Century style eating knife, featuring an unusual blade with the double step along the spine. This is copied from the Museum of London book Knives & Scabbards #115, and the bone grip from #137.

    • Keyword English, 1300-1400AD
 

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Anglo Saxon Seax

Anglo Saxon Seax

Catalogue ID: 675

An Anglo Saxon style seax from circa 1000 AD, with simple inlaid silver and copper decoration. Hawthorn timber grip with bone endplates. Blades with similar, but more complex, decoration are found in the British Museum and Museum of London.

    • Keyword Saxon, 1000-1100AD
 

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Pattern welded blade

Pattern welded blade

Pattern welded blade

Catalogue ID: 250

Pattern welded seax blade $190 Blade cost $19/cm

    • Keyword 800-1000AD, Viking
 

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Gotland style seax

Gotland style seax

Gotland style seax

Catalogue ID: 251

Gotland style seax with 11cm pattern welded blade, bronze grip ferrule and brass and leather scabbard

    • Keyword 800-1000AD, Viking
 

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Eating seax

Eating seax

Eating seax

Catalogue ID: 300

Small eating seax 10th C Oak or elm handle, tempered blade With brass plates on handle

    • Keyword 800-1000AD
 

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Langseax

Langseax

Langseax

Catalogue ID: 301

Combat seax with 21 inch blade and 6mm spine. Elm timber grip with brass end caps.

    • Keyword 800-1000AD
 

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Combat seaxes

Combat seaxes

Combat seaxes

Catalogue ID: 302

Basic combat seaxes 12 inch blade $250 19.5 inch blade $305 With elm grip and brass end caps. Copper spined leather sheath from $270

    • Keyword 800-1000AD
 

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Blued seax

Blued seax

Blued seax

Catalogue ID: 303

Small seax with hand sewn leather sheath Forged blade with silver inlaid ring dot pattern and fire blued finish. Elm grip.

    • Keyword 800-1000AD
 

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Langseax

Langseax

Langseax

Catalogue ID: 373

27 inch blade with twin fullers 4.2mm spine English elm grip

    • Keyword 800-1000AD, Viking
 

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Seax

Seax

Seax

Catalogue ID: 511

A basic general purpose knife. Triangular section blade with wittle tang inside English elm grip.

    • Keyword 800-1000AD, English
 

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Seax

Seax

Seax

Catalogue ID: 512

Early style of knife, single edged, hand forged blade, whittle tang and english oak grip.

    • Keyword 800-1000AD, Viking
 

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