Editor's Note: Sword was listed for sale as a Type XI, though personally I'd nominate it as a Type X.
A Sword Of Viking Type, Oakeshott's Type XI
In excavated condition, with broad tapering double-edged blade with wide central fuller over most of its length on both sides, the fuller on one side at the forte incised with a cross potent, hilt comprising straight tapering quillons of rectangular section swelling at the tang, flat tapering tang, and large Brazil-nut pommel (some flaking)
83 cm. blade, 98.5 cm. overall
For a related sword in the Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen, see Ewart Oakeshott, Records Of The Medieval Sword, 1991, p. 55, XI.3