Other Replicas

On this site, you can find some of my most recent work. These are custom-made items. Other copies of archaeological finds are possible. I can supply archaeological documentation for any piece if you wish.

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  Replica of a Roman Spatha including scabbard and Balteus (sword belt), dated about 200 A.D.

Blade made from two breadths of torsion damask steel.

Bone handle, stud and handguard made from cherrywood.

Mountings made from tinned bronze.

Balteus made from doubled leather, folded and sewn on the edges. Adorned with colorful linen embroidery.

Price: ca. 2,300.00 EUR

Roman Gladius from the second half of the 1st century A.D.

Bone handle, stud and handguard made from cherrywood.

Blade made from strip-forged damask steel.

Mountings made from tinned bronze.

Scabbard body made from limetree wood, upholstered with calfskin.

Price: ca. 1,400.00 EUR

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Roman Gladius from the second half of the 1st century A.D.

Bone handle, stud and handguard made from cherrywood.

Blade made from strip-forged damask steel.

Mountings made from tinned bronze.

Scabbard body made from limetree wood, upholstered with calfskin.

Price: ca. 1,300.00 EUR

Roman helmet, Niederbieber style, late 2nd to early 3rd century A.D.

Material: tinned iron with bronze mountings.

Price: ca. 1,300.00 EUR

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kelt_lanze.jpg (67125 Byte)   Celtic spearhead, length: 66 cm.

Singlebladed Celtic hacking knife.

According to the museum's wishes manufactured from modern mono steel.

Bone handle with circular ornaments.

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Blade made from strip-forged damask steel with two grooves on each side.

Handle made from nutwood.

Scabbard made from tinned iron and bronze.

Price ca.

Replica of a concave-shaped, oval Roman Scutum, between middle of 2nd and middle of 3rd century A.D.

Birchwood body, front covered with rawhide, which has been primed with chalk. Painted with contempary motifs. The back is covered with chalk-primed linen and has then been painted with casein-based paint.

Edge reinforced with rawhide.

Scutum, primed only.
Price: ca. 600.00 EUR

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  Two shield buckles fitting the shield described above.

Bronze, surface stamped and engraved, partly tinned.

Price (depending on execution): ca. 6,300.00 - 500.00 EUR

Viking-period longknife from the Birka burial ground in Sweden, 10th century A.D.

Blade made from strip-forged and torsion damask steel.

Birchwood handle.

Scabbard made from leather with brass mountings.

Price: ca. 900.00 EUR

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