Finds of Viking age knives.
A color photograph of the Canterbury folding knife.
Viking "swivel" knife from Canterbury, Kent, England. Scan of a page from James Graham-Campbell depicting and describing the knife.
Finally, an explanation of those curled handled "Viking knives" that aren't found in Viking age burials! "Vestjyske jernknive" by Olav Martinsen, Skjern-Egvad Museum, Denmark. This type of Iron Age knife is found in both male and female graves in South Scandinavia, and dates to 500 BCE- 0 CE. Definitely NOT Viking Age!
Knife was found in the neighbourhood Färgaren in the city of Lund. The sheath consists of shaped leather decorated with small silver rivets and a single bronze fitting for suspension to a belt. I believe the original is about 11th century CE.
Audhumbla: New knife from Lund
Medieval iron knife blades. 8th-13th century CE. Found in Thrace / Macedonia. Measure between 11 and 16 cm long. Not Viking, but roughly contemporary with the Viking Age. It's interesting to compare the shapes.