Ancient Viking and Anglo Saxon Artifacts for Sale
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Viking Artifacts, 9th - 12th century AD
In ancient Norse, the word "Viking" meant "pirate", which became the name attributed to the people from Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark... fierce warring people of the Medieval period who terrorized much of Europe from the 9th to 12th centuries AD.

Ancient Viking ring! 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. Most likely a hair ring, but very possibly a finger ring as well. Made from one long band of twisted bronze wire. Olive-green patina with heavy earthen deposits. About a US size 8. 22 mm outside diameter, 19 mm long. Ex-European private collection. #AM2025: $135

Ancient Viking ring! 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. Most likely a hair ring, but very possibly a finger ring as well. Made from one long band of twisted bronze wire. Great blue-green patina with heavy earthen deposits. About a US size 6 1/2. 20 mm outside diameter, 25 mm long. Ex-European private collection. #AM2026: $135

Ancient Viking ring! 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. Most likely a hair ring. Made from one long band of twisted bronze wire covered with etched serpentine design. Olive-green patina with heavy earthen deposits. 15 mm outside diameter, 28 mm long. Ex-European private collection. #AM2027: $125

Ancient Viking ring! 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. Most likely a hair ring, but very possibly a finger ring as well. Made of multiple bands of twisted bronze wire. Around US size 9-10. 24 mm (1 inch) diameter. Olive-green patina. Ex-European private collection. #25709x2: $199
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Anglo-Saxon Coins & Artifacts, 5th - 11th century AD
SEE MORE: Anglo-Saxon coins from the 1967 Bolton Percy Hoard!

Anglo-Saxon. Great Britain, kingdom of Northumbria. Archbishop Wigmund, 837-854 AD. Bronze Styca, struck by moneyer Coenred. +VIGMVND IR around a small cross / Moneyers name +COENRED around cross. 13 mm, 1.24 g. ex-CNG. From the Bolton Percy Hoard. An absolutely magnificent example! #CM2095x2: $350

Anglo-Saxon. Great Britain, kingdom of Northumbria. Archbishop Wigmund, 837-854 AD. Bronze Styca, struck by moneyer Coenred. +VIGMVND IR around a small cross / Moneyers name +COENRED around cross. 13 mm, 1.10 g. ex-CNG. From the Bolton Percy Hoard. #CM2096x2: $275

A Nice Collection of Anglo-Saxon Artifacts Found in England.
Ex-UK collection; ex-Timeline Galleries, London.

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze strap end with mouse-head point. Single rivet hole, wide space between where the leather strap would have been, point decorated with a mouse's head with triangular ears and pointed nose. Top with simple detail. Dark grey patina. 29 mm (1 1/8") long. ex-Timeline Galleries, UK. #AM2003: $55

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze fastener. Looped end slightly raised, the opposing loop apparently broken off in antiquity. Nice patina. 42 mm (1 5/8") and heavy. ex-Timeline Galleries, UK. #AM2011: $85 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Excellent bronze strap-end decorated with a human face! Nice V-shaped design, the tip decorated with a raised facing human head with wide eyes and open mouth. Wide space between sections where thich leather strap would have fit, original rivet still present. Nice bright brassy patina. 30 mm (1 3/16") long. ex-Timeline Galleries, UK. #AM2009: $150

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Viking Europe. 9th-11th century AD. Bronze fixture from a horse harness or bit. Beautiful patina. 48 mm long. #343: $45 SOLD

Viking lead spindle-whorl found in Estonia, 10th-11th century AD. Toroid in form with central hole and "sunburst" diagonal-line design with pellets around both sides. 1 1/8" in diameter, 34.2 grams! Ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick collection. #8597: $75 SOLD

Viking iron knife found in Estonia, 10th-11th century AD. Triangular in shape with thin handle, somewhat resembling an axe-blade. A bit crusty and chipped but very cool nonetheless. 86 mm (3 1/2 inches) long. Ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick collection. #8588: $75 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon bronze strap-end with original gold-leaf inlay! 7th-8th century AD. Mesures 30 mm long. #033: $65 SOLD

Norman England, 10th-12th century AD. Great bronze belt fastener. Design of two intertwined devices made to appear like a facing dragon's head. Great olive-green patina. ex-UK collection, acquired prior to 1980; Ex-Timeline Auctions, London. 39 mm (1 1/2"). #3129513: $99 SOLD

Fantastic and HUGE Viking iron horse bit, 9th-11th century AD. A snaffle bit comprising two linked-ring bars with looped ends; on each loop is a D-shaped ring with projecting bars. Fine, completely intact, cleaned and conserved! 10 inches (255 mm) end-to-end! Ex-Timeline galleries, London. Truly a remarkable piece. Photos do no justice as to its size! #tl0856: $499 SOLD

Viking bronze "Omega" brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Made of bronze twisted into a spiral shape, with two looped terminals at the ends. Original pin still hangs freely. Extremely good state of preservation! Found in Latvia. 40 mm (1 5/8"). #19785: $199 SOLD

Small Viking-period bronze cross pendant, c. 10th-11th century AD. Found in Kiev. Central medallion decorated with X's, suspension loop intact. Olive-green patina. Just 24 mm (15/16")! #JM2025x2: $175 SOLD

Viking bronze brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Comprised of a flat metal disc with notch and pin. Surface decorated with text! Floral cross in center. 34 mm (1 5/16") dia. Pin still swings freely! Reddish-copper color. Found in Latvia. #AM2028: $150 SOLD

Viking bronze brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Comprised of a flat metal disc with notch and pin. Some engraved details visible on the surface. 35 mm (1 3/8") dia. Found in Latvia. #21850: $149 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze "fly-shaped" strap end. Two rivet holes, wide space between where the leather strap would have been. Nice detail with great olive-green patina, light decoration on the top surface. 37 mm (1 7/16") long. #AM2004: $55 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. late 8th-11th century AD. Bronze strap end with cross and mouse-head point. Nicely incised with a central equal-ended cross, linear designs around. Pointed end in the form of a mouse's head. Small stud-plate still intact. Olive-green patina. ref: Thomas' Class B, Type 1 (2003). 44 mm (1 3/4") long. #AM2006: $95 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. late 8th-11th century AD. Bronze strap end with mouse-head point. Nicely incised with a central "knotted rope" design. Pointed end in the form of a mouse's head with prominent ears and lentoid eyes. Light reddish patina. ref: Thomas' Class B, Type 1 (2003). 31 mm (1 3/16"). #AM2010: $175 SOLD

Viking to Finno-Ugric bronze cloak-pin, 800-1550 AD. Geometric designs patterns on front. Loops where shells and other beads would have been attached... all intact. #vik126: $215 SOLD

Excellent Viking dragon-head sword pommel. c. 8th-9th century AD. Found in Britain! Made of bronze, it depicts an open-mouthed dragon. Made to cover the very bottom of a dagger's handle. Rivet hole still has remains of original iron nail. 36 mm (1 3/8") long. Ex-British collection, ex-Timeline auction, UK. #18737: $299 SOLD

Ancient Viking ring! 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. Most likely a hair ring, but very possibly a finger ring as well. Coiled bronze in the form of a stylized serpent with one wide, flat section, otherwise round metal with fine etched lines all around. 22 mm outside diameter, about a US size 5 1/2 to 6. Awesome patina! #66126x2: $275 SOLD

Huge Viking bronze brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Comprised of a large, flad disc with notch and pin. Intricate incised details overall. Great green patina. Body bent likely from it being yanked or twisted from clothing during battle. The photos tell the story. Big 50 mm (2") diameter. Found in Latvia. #19768: $275 SOLD

Viking bronze pendant, c. 8th-9th century AD. Likely an armor adornment... when many of these were hung from their battle gear, they made a horrible racked as the warriors rushed toward their enemy (or victim), striking fear before the fatal blow. 27 mm (1 1/16") top to bottom. Found in Latvia. #19753: $199 SOLD

Beautiful Viking bronze brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Comprised of a curved, thin metal disc with notch and wire pin. Punched details around the outside edge. Amazing glossy green patina. 37 mm (1 7/16") diameter. Found in Latvia. #22567: $199 SOLD

Huge Viking bronze brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Comprised of a large, flat disc with notch and pin. Round incised details around the front surface. Great copper-green patina. Big 43 mm (1 5/8") diameter. Found in Latvia. #21864: $275 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze strap end. Two rivet holes, top nicely decorated with incised detail. Olive-green patina. 39 mm (1 1/2") long. #AM2005: $40 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze strap or "tag" end. Incised with an eerie, stylized facing head. Niello inlay still evident in crevices. 30 mm (1 1/8"). #AM2007: $125 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze armor fitting or dagger chape. Large central hole, smapp holes in the 2 rounded terminals. 49 mm (1 15/16") long, grey patina. #AM2012: $85 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, 7th-8th century AD. Bronze finial from a hair or clothing pin. Two birds back-to-back. 89 mm tall! Found in England. Great piece. #as348: $95 SOLD

Viking to Finno-Ugric bronze cloak-pin, found in Northern Europe. 800-1550 AD. Dotted pattern on front, pin still present. Nice olive-green patina with earthen deposits. 50 mm (2 inches) tall. #vik877: $145 SOLD

Nice Viking/Norman bronze stirrup mount decorated with a wolf, c. 11th - 12th Century, the head upturned and mouth opened. In superb condition with a deep green-black patina. 2 1/8" (5.3 cm) long. Ex-Friar's collection, Pennsylvania. #0611134: $425 SOLD

Viking cross, 12th century AD. Gorgeous bronze cross with yellow inlays. The metal has a wonderful olive-green patina and much of the original inlays remain! 38x28 mm (1 1/2 x 1"). Found in Latvia. RARE! #85123x2: $399 SOLD

Viking bronze bracelet / armlet, 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. An awesome piece! Heavily detailed with dragon's head terminals and "scaled" body with raised, rounded "spine". 78 mm (3 1/8") diameter. Inside diameter 70 mm (2 3/4"). Quite large and impressive! #18357: $425 SOLD

Ancient Viking ring! 4th - 8th century AD. Found in Latvia. Most likely a hair ring, but very possibly a finger ring as well. Very interesting form probably imitating ram's horns around central flat loop with raised incised element. 24 mm outside diameter, about a US ring size 7-8. Very cool! #66103x2: $275 SOLD

Amazing ancient Viking spear-head! Dates from the 4th - 8th century AD. Made of iron, with flared blade and long tang that ends in a boot-shaped barb. Blade seems to have one edge with saw-tooth pattern cut into it. 297 mm (over 11 1/2 inches) long! Excellent state of preservation! Found in Latvia. #18383: $399 SOLD

Viking to Finno-Ugric bronze cloak-pin, found in Northern Europe. 800-1550 AD. Dotted pattern on front, pin still present. Nice olive-green patina, earthen deposits. 50 mm (2") long. #28291: $145 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon inlaid bronze cover plate, 7th-8th century AD. Likely once covered a key-hole or other device. Remains of original yellow inlay remain. 42 mm. Found in England. A neat piece. #18628: $75 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon bronze wingas hook, or leg-wrap hook worn around the knees. c. 8th-10th century AD. Interesting punched-dot design. 33 mm long. Found in England. #as-hook01: $45 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon bronze belt attachment. 7th-8th century AD. Bright green patina with earthen deposits. 26 mm. Ex-British collection, ex-Timeline auction, UK. #18760: $45 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze strap end with silver or niello plating on 2/3 of the top surface, incised with row of Xs. 50 mm (2") long. #AM2002: $55 SOLD

Anglo-Saxon England, c. 8th-9th century AD. Bronze strap or "tag" end decorated with a central swastika surrounded with linear and circular details. Niello inlay still visible on surface. 37 mm (1 7/16") long. #AM2008: $125 SOLD

Viking bronze brooch, c. 8th-9th century AD. Comprised of a flat metal disc with notch and pin. Engraved dotted details visible on the surface. 35 mm (1 3/8") dia. Pin fused in place. Coppery tone with some earthen deposits. Found in Latvia. #AM2029: $150 SOLD