Leif is believed to have been born around 970, second son of Erik the Red (Eiríkr Rauði), a Norwegian, son of Thorvald Asvaldsson, great grandson of Naddoddr, the discoverer of Iceland. His mother was Þjoðhildur. His father had founded two Viking colonies, the Western Settlement and the Eastern Settlement, in Greenland, a land to which he himself had given its name.
High carbon steel blade, robust and well white. The pommel and guard are richly carved and decorated with sea dragons and intertwined knots. The wooden handle is covered in black leather and features three knotted rings. The sword comes with a black leather scabbard with decorations and a leather belt.
Blade: 1065 battle ready carbon steel
Handle: in wood and bronzed metal
Total length: 94.5cm.
Blade length: 74.5cm.
Blade thickness: 4mm.
Weight with scabbard: 1535g.
Sheath: leather with bronze mounts
Notes: the blade is not sharp
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|Country of production||India|
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