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J. Helmes

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  1. Thanks you gentlemen! Mike, I have a powerhammer and recently have aquired a press, though it needs to be converted to a forging press. In one shop I once worked at I was the power hammer for a few years. Greg, I used a 6 inch wheel for the fuller. Eric, I also quite like the name Leifr! I will stick with that! Thanks!
  2. Thanks Guys! This one needs a name .
  3. Here is a sword I have recently finished. It is a +vlfberht+ with a high layer laminated blade. Edge is a high carbon and core is low carbon. The hilt parts are wrought iron inlaid with silver. The handle is a tooled leather wrap done in a mammen style motif. Furthe images can be found on my facebook work page My link. This sword is also for sale, any interested people can PM me for details.
  4. Excelent work Petr! This is a wonderful seax!
  5. Very well done Stéphane, this is a beautiful piece.
  6. Brownells was over $350 for what I needed. I looked into Houghtons salt but they will only sell me 400 lbs. The price is way beter on the Houghtons but I can't find enough people North of the Border who want to split on some.
  7. This is really wonderfull to see come together Peter! What a fierce blade
  8. This is a Really Really awesome seax. Man, talk about versatile. Well done on the beard!
  9. That is awesome Greg! That must be an incredible sword to cut with.
  10. Really really beautiful work!
  11. That is a wonderfull seax Petr!
  12. It's awesome. I recomend it. Easy to read as well.
  13. That was honestly one of the greatest things I have ever watched on the internet. Thanks immensly to all involved and a huge thanks to Dave for having this event. If there was some method of knighting a bladesmith for his contributions to the comunity I'm certain it would apply here.
  14. WOW !!!!!!! That was incredible. Will this be available on DVD?
  15. That is one fierce looking cutter. Slick work Sam
  16. Awesome! I love the Odin.
  17. I second what Doug has said about the 3/4 " holes.
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