The Sword, chapter III: European swords, first generation 1700-1500 B.C.

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Here comes the story of when, where and how European craftsmen and warriors added lenght to their native daggers (in prep.).

 

The Bronze Age Sword Series include four replicas from this stage:

 

HAJDUSAMSON

(Hajdusamson, Hungary, c. 1600 B.C.)

Ogival blade with pronounced central rib, full metal hilt, cast in one piece, bronze. Total lenght c. 53 cm, weight c.900g. Replica of original. (click image for further information)

Price: 1195 EUR.

 

BLINDHEIM

(Blindheim, Norway, c. 1600 B.C.)

Ogival blade with ridged cross section, socketed bronze hilt with pommel piece of polished walnut. Hilt and blade cast as separate pieces, fastened with two rivets. Total lenght c. 57 cm, weight 648g. Replica of original. (click image for further information)

Price: 1010 EUR

 

STENSGÅRD

Stensgård, Denmark, c. 1600 B.C. )

 

Ogival blade with ridged cross section, separate hollow cast metal hilt fastened with two rivets. Total length 66,5 cm, weight c.1050 g. Replica of original. (click image for further information)

Price 1150 EUR

 

ECHTEN

(Echten, Netherland, c. 1600 B.C.)

 

"Griffplattenschwert" type Sögel, ridged cross section, bronze. Total length: 54cm. Weight: c. 610 grams. Hilt and top-piece from polished beech with separate bronze pommel. Replica of original. (click image for further information).

Price: 1250 EUR

 

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