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Viking Axes

Battle Axes were one of the most fearsome weapons used by the Viking and Anglo-Saxons alike. The shape of the axe head differed according to its purpose. Broad headed 2 handed axes that appeared towards the end of the period were specialised weapons that were almost a distinguishing mark of the Anglo-Danish Huscarls at the Battle of Hastings. Beaded Axes are sometimes identified as being specifically Nordic in origin. We offer a great rage of Viking Axes. From the broad bladed battle axes to the francisca style throwing axes we are sure to have an axe that suits your needs. We even stock axe heads with 3mm edges that are suitable for re-enactment.

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  • Viking Throwing Axe

    This Viking inspired axe has an engraved knotwork dragon on the darkened solid steelhead. Stained hardwood shaft, perfect for throwing. Vikings were renowned for their axe throwing. This piece, manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts, is beautifully balanced for throwing and has an engraved knotwork dragon cut into the darkened solid steelhead plus a stained hardwood shaft.
    Overall Length: 50cm
    Head Length: 15cm
    Weight: 907g
    All sizes are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £37.49 Incl. Tax: £44.99

  • Viking Thane Axe

    This Windlass hand axe features many traits common to the Norse hatchets we've come to love through the years. The solid, one-piece forged head is strong X46Cr13 high-grade stainless steel with a 52 RC. The comfortably contoured handle is Sissoo, a North Indian hardwood and it's capped with a handsome genuine bone butt cap. Even better are the Norse engravings unique to our axe that are deeply etched on both sides of the handle, and on the bone end cap is a depiction of Thor's mighty hammer, Mjolnir.

    Includes leather belt sheath. Handy in size and gorgeous on display.
    Comes in a faux fur lined box.

    Overall Length: 25cm
    Axe Face: 6cm

    All sizes are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £74.58 Incl. Tax: £89.50

  • Danish Hand Axe

    In the ranks of the Huscarls, the bodyguard of Scandinavian nobles and kings, axes of various sizes were a very popular weapon. The Huscarls often used the Danish axe with their left hand to attack the side of the enemy not protected by a shield. Pictures of the Danish axe can be found, for example, on the Bayeux Tapestry and date to the second half of the 11th century.

    Smaller beard axes such as this Danish hand axe had evolved from Francisca and served the Huscarls primarily as devastating throwing axes, but were also used in close combat. A distinctive feature is the relatively long blade cutting, which tapers sharply towards the shaft. The blade encloses the shaft made of wood and is riveted to it. The shaft is largely straight but is widened at the lower end towards the blade, which improves the handling discreetly.

    Length: 53cm
    Weight: 680g

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece. 

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    Excl. Tax: £54.94 Incl. Tax: £65.93

  • The Lord of the Rings Bearded Axe of Gimli

    "And my axe!" - Gimli son of Gloin.
    The blade is cast of stainless tool steel and features brass engraved decoration sand a weathered steel finish giving it a battle-worn appearance. Close attention to quality is a priority in every hand-selected piece. Each replica is marked with the appropriate copyrights to ensure authenticity. Includes display plaque and certificate of authenticity. 34” ov, 8” blade

    Length: 86cm
    Blade: 20cm

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £146.65 Incl. Tax: £175.98

  • Viking Dragon Axe

    The battle axes of the High Middle Ages that were preferred by the Vikings are probably advanced developments of Frankish throwing axes. Their blades have straight upper edges, while the sharp edges were usually curved toward the handle. Their handles were too long to throw; instead, they were used in close combat with shields. This Viking battle axe has a blade of hand forged carbon steel which is fastened to a hardwood handle. Both sides of the blade are etched with a decorative Celtic knot pattern that features a dragon's head.

    Handle Length: 66.5 cm
    Blade Length: 18.5 cm
    Sharp edge: 12.2 cm
    Weight: 850g

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £53.83 Incl. Tax: £64.60

  • Vikings - Axe of Ragnar Lothbrok - Polyurethane

    This axe is made from a soft polyurethane foam

    IF USING THIS ITEM FOR LARP PURPOSES PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR GROUP'S SAFETY OFFICER TO ENSURE THAT IT IS ACCEPTABLE FOR LARP USE WITHIN YOUR GROUP

    Our LARP version of the Axe of Ragnar Lothbrok is cast in soft Polyurethane foam with a fibreglass core. It is a close copy of the television prop and features accurate details and colours.

    The weapon favoured by Ragnar Lothbrok, this axe was essential in Ragnar’s rise from farmer to Earl, and from Earl to King. Guided by Oden and believing that his path was destined for greatness, Ragnar and his warriors raid and plunder across England and beyond. This axe was used in all his raids and was the key to his victory over Earl Haraldson in the epic season one battle. Ragnar’s favoured axe is rarely far from his side.

    Length: 69cm

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece

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    Excl. Tax: £30.04 Incl. Tax: £36.05

  • Crusader Axe

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    The axe is one of man's oldest implements. Axes of stone, bronze, iron and finally steel were used as both a tool and a weapon. During the Crusades particularly, the axe was a favourite weapon. Richard the Lionheart favoured it, as did many men-at-arms, knights and peasants. Except for the large Danish axe, the full-fledged battle axe had yet to appear. Most axes were used both to hew the limbs of trees as well as the limbs of men. This axe is replicated from a photo of an old axe that was dated to about 1150, but no information was given as to source or location. Blade is tempered high carbon steel with hardwood shaft. 

    Overall Length: 96.5cm
    Blade Length: 24cm
    Weight: 1.5kg

    All sizes are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £42.08 Incl. Tax: £50.50

  • Medieval Horseman’s Axe

    In earlier ages the axes taken to a battle were the same ones used in everyday work. That, however, is not the case with this axe; it was made for war. The down curved, wedge-shaped blade coupled with the curved shaft made for a very powerful cutting arc that could shear through mail and badly damage the simple plate that was in use at the time. When reversed, all of the force of the blow was concentrated on the back hammer poll and could crush a helmet. In the hands of a mounted knight this type of heavy-headed axe was devastating to men on the ground and on horseback alike. It could split mail helms and shields, and the extended back poll could easily crush bone. The curve of the hardwood shaft added to the power of the blow. An excellent fighting axe and a devastating “high-tech” weapon for its age.

    Handle length: 49.5 cm
    Blade length: 15.8 cm
    Blade edge: 8.2 cm
    Weight: 795 g

    All sizes are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £37.13 Incl. Tax: £44.56

  • Medieval Archer’s Axe

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    Axes have always been used as tools and are potentially deadly weapons as well. Depending on its size, an axe could either be designed to deliver mighty cuts to foes or as a medium-range throwing weapon.

    They were also the second weapon of choice for archers. They used axes like our archer axe as hammers for pounding stakes into the ground and then sharpening their points as protection from the enemy. This kept the enemy a respectable distance away from a group of archers. When they could no longer keep the enemy at bay with arrows, archers used their axes as weapons. A tapering slot with a rounded head has been milled into the blade of our archer axe – for pulling nails out of wood. The handle of this axe is made of hardwood and the head is made of tempered steel.

    Overall Length: 51cm
    Blade Length: 12cm x 9.8cm
    Weight: 680g

    All sizes are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £50.83 Incl. Tax: £61.00

  • Medieval Huntsman’s Axe

    This intimidating and deadly axe has a thick wooden shaft to keep the axe from slipping out when used on horseback, while the imposing steel axe head securely grips the hardwood shaft. Made of high carbon steel by the craftsmen of Windlass Steelcrafts. A perfect weapon for keeping evil from entering the realm!

    Overall Length: 59 cm
    Blade Length: 22 cm
    Width: 22 cm
    Weight: 1.8 kg

    All sizes are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £59.17 Incl. Tax: £71.00

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