Forseti's axe (a.k.a. Fosite's axe) - A golden battle axe that Forseti (or Fosite in the Frisian mythology) used to save the old sages of the wreck and then threw the axe to an island to bring forth a source of water.
Freyr's sword - A magic sword which fought on its own. It might be Lævateinn.
Gambanteinn - A sword which appears in two poems in the Poetic Edda
Gram – Sword of the hero Sigurd from Norse mythology, also known as Nothung in the Ring cycle
Gríðarvölr - A magical staff given to Thor by Gríðr so he could kill the giant Geirröd.
Gungnir – Odin's spear created by the dwarf Dvalinn. The spear is described as being so well balanced that it could strike any target, no matter the skill or strength of the wielder.
Hǫfuð - The sword of Heimdallr, the guardian of Bifröst.
Hrotti – Hrotti is a sword in the Völsung cycle (Fáfnismál, Völsunga saga, 20). It was a part of Fáfnir's treasure, which Sigurðr took after he slew the dragon.
Lævateinn – A weapon mentioned in Fjölsvinnsmál by Sophus Bugge. Wielded by the monster, Surt.
Legbiter - The sword of Magnus III of Norway.
Mistilteinn - The magical sword of Prainn, the draugr, later owned by Hromundr Gripsson and it could never go blunt.
Mjölnir – The hammer of Thor. It was invulnerable and when thrown it would return to the user's hand.
Quern-biter - Sword of Haakon I of Norway and his follower, Thoralf Skolinson the Strong, said to be sharp enough to cut through quernstones.
Ridill (also Refil) - Sword of the dwarf Regin.
Skofnung - The legendary sword of Danish king Hrólf Kraki. It was renowned for supernatural sharpness and hardness, as well as for being imbued with the spirits of the king's twelve faithful berserker bodyguards.
The Sword of Surtr - The weapon the fire giant Surtr wields in the battle of Ragnarok. The Prose Edda calls it a flaming sword, although in the Poetic Edda merely it is described only as a "bright blade."
Tyrfing – A sword made by dwarves in the Elder Edda.