The Bronze Age Sword Collection

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KLADY

(Klady, Russia, c. 3300 B.C.)

From the Maikop culture, probably the erliest sword known. Tanged blade,ridged cross-section, copper, polished walnut for hilt. Total lenght c. 65cm (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original.

ARSLANTEPE

(Arslantepe, Turkey, c. 3200 B.C.)

Blade and hilt in one piece, bronze with silver inlay. Total length c. 49,5cm (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original.

LILO

(Lilo, Georgia, c. 2000-1900 B.C.)

Trialeti culture. Tanged blade, pronounced central rib, bronze (10% tin). Total lenght (excl. pommel) c. 114cm (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original.

BETH-DAGON

(Beth-Dagon, Jaffa, Israel, c. 2000-1900 B.C.)

Blade with broad tang with 12 rivets, pronounced central rib, bronze. Hilt: polished walnut and ivory pommel (imitation). Total length c.108 cm (bronze only). Replica of original (image is drawing of the original finding). Price:

MALLIA

(Mallia, Crete, c. 1650 B.C.)

Blade with tang and 2+2 rivets (Type A, var. 2). Total length c. 83cm (bronze only).Replica of original (image is drawing of the original finding).

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, point of balance 36,5cm from tip. 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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(Continental octagon hilted sword, c. 1400-1300 B.C.)

(Continental octagon hilted sword) (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original. Price:

 

X

(Nordic BA II sword, c. 1500-1300 B.C.)

(Nordic BA II sword) (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original. Price:

 

X

(Nordic or continental early flanged sword, 1500-1300 B.C.)

Early flange hilted sword.

 

PANAGITSA

(Panagitsa, Chalcis, Greece, c. 1500-1350 B.C.)

Greek Horn-sword, Killian-Dirlmeier type 1a (Sandars type C I). Length: 87 cm (bronze only).

ZAPHER PAPOURA

(Zapher Papoura burial 55, Knossos, Crete, c. 1500-1350 B.C.)

Greek Cross-sword, Killian-Dirlmeier type 1 (Sandars type D I). Lenght: c. 70cm (bronze only).

TELL APHEK

(Akko Plain, Canaan, ca. 1400-1300 B.C.)

Kopesh, or sickle sword, based on the sword from Kurdani (Tell Aphek), Canaan. Replica of original. Total length: 61cm. Weight: c. 980 grams. (click image for further information)

Finished blade with hilt (walnut is standard): 560 EURO

ETTING

(Etting, Germany, c. 1300-1200 B.C.)

Metal hilted sword type Riegsee. (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original. Price:

 

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(Nordic BA III sword, 1300-1100 B.C.)

Metal hilted sword type Nordic BA III.

 

SÁROSPATAK

(Sárospatak, Hungary, 1300-1200 B.C.)

Flange hilted sword type Naue II (Catling I/Reutlingen/Cetona/Killian-Dirlmeier typ A/»fishtail»/Kemencei typ C). Lenght (without pommel): 62,4 cm. (click image for further information)

Price:510 EUR fully hilted and finished.

STÄTZLING

(Stätzling, Germany, c. 1200-1100 B.C)

Flange hilted sword type Naue II (Catling III/ Stätzling/Allerona/Killian-Dirlmeier typ C/Kemencei typ D). Lenght (without pommel): 67 cm. (click image for further information)

Price:510 EUR fully hilted and finished.

RIXHEIM

(Rixheim, France, c. 1300-1200 B.C)

"Griffplattenschwert", type Rixheim. Lenght (without hilt): 68 cm. (click image for further information).

Price: 500 EUR fully hilted and finished.

KINGSTON ON THAMES

(Kingston on Thames, England, c. 1250-1150 B.C.)

"Griffplattenschwert", type Rosnoën. Lenght (without hilt): 53 cm. Weight:c. 560 grams. (click image for further information)

Price: 450 EUR fully hilted and finished.

ZAPHER PAPOURA

(Zapher Papoura, burial 14, Knossos, Crete, 1380-1050 B.C.)

Aegean horn-sword, Killian-Dirlmeier type 2b (Sandars type G). Length: 61cm.

IALYSOS

(Aegean, 1380 - 1200 B.C.)

Aegean cross-sword, Killian-Dirlmeier type 2 (Sandars type D II). Lenght c. 53cm.

ILLERTISSEN

(Illertissen, Germany, c. 1200 -1000 B.C.)

Metal hilted sword type Dreiwulst. Tanged blade with ridged cross-section and ricasso, blade and hilt cast as separate pieces, bronze. Pommel with hole for wrist strap. Total lenght c. 68cm (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original.

HUNGARY

(Unkn. provenance, Hungary, c.1100-1000 B.C.

Metal hilted sword type Schalenknauf. Tanged blade with ridged cross-section and ricasso, blade and hilt cast as separate pieces, bronze. Pommel with hole for wrist strap. Total lenght c. 65 cm (the image is a preliminary model-image, the actual sword might differ in finish and minor details). Replica of original.

HEMIGKOFEN

Hemigkofen, Germany,c. 1150-1000 B.C)

Flange-hilted sword type Hemigkofen. Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Lenght (without pommel): 60,5cm. (Model image/drawing of original finding).

Price: X EUR fully hilted and finished.

WOLLMESHEIM

Wollmesheim, Germany, c. 1100-1000 B.C)

Flange-hilted sword type Erbenheim. Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Lenght (without pommel): 68 cm. (Model image/drawing of original finding).

Price: X EUR fully hilted and finished.

X,

Nordic BA IV, 1300-1100 B.C.

Developed flange hilted sword.  

MAINZ

(Mainz, Germany, 1000-750 B.C.

Metal hilted sword type Mörigen. Blade with hollow cast hilt, cast as separate pieces. Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Total length 64 cm.

Price: X EUR fully hilted and finished.

BAD SCHUSSENRIED

(Bad Schussenried, Germany, c. 800-700 B.C.)

Metal hilted Antenna sword type Corcelettes. Tanged blade with separate hollow cast metal hilt.Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Total length 67 cm. Weight: c. 820 grams. (click image for further information)

Price: 1050 EUR

PREINERSDORF

(Preinersdorf, Germany, c. 1000-750 B.C.)

Metal hilted sword type Auvernier. Bronze hilt with bone/horn inlay, inlays secured with rivets with protruding washers. Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Total length 64 cm.

Price: X EUR fully hilted and finished.

ELMELUND

(Elmelund, Denmark, c. )

Flange-hilted sword type Mindelheim. The Elmelund sword is considered to be an import from the central Hallstatt area. Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Total length 87 cm.

Price: X EUR fully hilted and finished.

STEINKIRCHEN

(Steinkirchen, Gemany)

Flange-hilted sword type Gündlingen. Replica of original. Alloy: 90% copper, 10% tin. Cold hammered edge. Total length 76 cm.

Price: X EUR fully hilted and finished.