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The Huskarl Sword

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  • Model: AA0101038


The hilt of this sword is an example of a form that falls a bit outside the Petersen typology. Its follows most closely Petersen type S but has slightly curved upper and lower guard instead of being straight and flairing that otherwise define the type. The curving guards might mark it as a type L but those hilts are also recognized by the narrow width of the guards. Once in a while one can encounter these type S(") hilts with sightly curved guards in Swedish and English museums. Petersen observed none of these in Norwegian contex at the time he wrote his work on Norwegian Viking Swords. As the type L is recognized as an Anglo-Saxon style it seems that this version of type S hilts might show Anglo-Saxon influences. The hilt components are investment cast in mild steel from original waxes carved by Peter Johnsson based on Peter's first-hand examination and documentation of period originals of this type. The upper guard and pommel are made as separate peices riveted together just as were the originals. Between these is an encircling band of twisted sterling silver wire. The three lobes are also separated by two pairs of thin clockwise and counterclockwise twisted sterling silver wire producing a herringbone effect. The blade of Geibig type 3 (which might also be consider a sub-classification of the Oakeshott Type X) is defined by a moderate taper in width and a fuller that taper in width towards the point. This type can be dated to the period between second half of the 8th C to the second half of the 10th C. Many of the famous Ulfberht swords are forged to this form. The Huskarl is a sword that celebrates these splendid viking swords that seem to emanate an aura of self confidence and bravado. Having a hilt that is bold in volume and a blade of acute shape and sharpness it could be the sword of an experienced warrior serving a Viking lord. It has a powerful feel and handles with gracefull smoothness. The wide upper guard helps in the delivering of great cleaving blows when grasped so that the heel of the hand rests snugly at the base of the pommel. The blades are made from a highly defined blade blank that are hand-ground to a fine satin finish. Careful individual heat-treated in the Albion Forge Shop results in an ideal combination of edge holding and resilience. These swords will be sold sharp unless otherwise requested by the customer. The grip is of stabilized birch wrapped with cord and covered with the highest grade vegetable-tanned calfskin. Specifications Overall length: 36.9"(94 cm) Blade length: 31"(79 cm) Blade width: 2.2"(6 cm) CoG: 5.5"(14 cm) CoP: 20"(50 cm) Weight: 2 lbs 11 oz (1.22 kilos) Subject to adjustments during development This sword is offered in a limited edition of 500 swords worldwide.

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I ordered a Zatoichi Samurai Sword and when it arrived i noticed the box had been damaged. After opening it, I found out that the sword had a 'ding' in it and was slightly bent. I called Swords of Honor and they immediately issued a call tag for UPS to come pick it up and sent me a new one (which arrived perfectly).
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