Mammen-ax of Jutland battle axOrder number: 62.062
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Viking ax modeled on the ax from Jutland / Mammen
Carbon steel ax with bronze fittings, from the tenth century from Jutland.
The original ax had silver wire inserts, a bird, limb animals, and other decorations.
It dates from the 10th century and is now in the National Museum in Copenhagen. The ax is a grave find.
It was placed around 970 AD during the reign of Harald Blauzahns in the grave of a Viking.
It has a bronze fitting with leather winding and a wooden handle.
Length with wooden handle approx. 29,53 inch (75 cm)
The forged ax head is 6,3 x 3,74 x 1,38 inch (16 x 9.5 x 3.5 cm) made of carbon steel, Rockwell hardness 58 - 59
Weight approx. 2,76 lbs (1250 g.)
The ax is sharp and not suitable for exhibition fighting.
2nd improved edition with ash wood handle.
Price per ax, without the decoration shown here.
Photos front and back of the ax.
Proof of age is essential!