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Corseque, Late Medieval Spear Head
Corseque, Late Medieval Spear Head
The corseque was a pole weapon with a three-bladed head. Usually it had a total length of about 1.8m to 2.4m. It was very popular with the infantry of the 16th up to the 18th Century. Here we offer a very solid product. The three blades...
€98.77 *
Early medieval spear head, approx. 28.5 cm
Early medieval spear head, approx. 28.5 cm
This reconstruction of an early medieval spear-head is hand-forged from carbon steel. The blades are not sharpened. Without batton. total length: approx. 22 cm blade-length: approx. 11 cm length of nozzle: approx. 11 cm diameter of the...
€20.23 *
Early medieval spear head, approx. 28.5 cm
Early medieval spear head, approx. 28.5 cm
This reconstruction of an early medieval spear-head is hand-forged from carbon steel. The blades are not sharpened. Without batton. total length: approx. 28.5 cm blade-length: approx. 15 cm length of nozzle: approx. 13.5 cm diameter of...
€26.18 *
Short spearhead, early medieval, ca. 25cm
Short spearhead, early medieval, ca. 25cm
Replica of an early-medieval spearhead based on finds of 6th and 7th century in England. Different forms and varieties were used by like Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and even Celts. The short spearheads are stiffer and more solid compared to...
€24.99 *
Short-Bladed Viking Spearhead, ornate socket
Short-Bladed Viking Spearhead, ornate socket
The Viking short-bladed spear is typical of those of Celtic origin imported into Scandinavia. The short blade, inherently stiffer and more resistant to bending or breaking, was capable of piercing any body armour of the period. Hanwei's...
€69.02 *
Roman Beneficiarius Lance
Roman Beneficiarius Lance
The beneficiarii are detectable since the first century AD, and fulfilled various tasks in the Roman Empire. Within the legions they were drafted from the Principales, the non-commissioned officers. Except of their normal service the...
€188.02 *
Rosewood Shaft
Rosewood Shaft
Massive rosewood shaft The shaft is screwed in the middle and is therefore not suitable for battle. length: approx. 180 cm
€33.32 *
Venetian poleaxe with hammer
Venetian poleaxe with hammer
This is a reconstruction of a Venetian battle axe from 1530 a.d. Similar battle axes were widely popular amoung soldiers thoughout central and northern Europe since 1450 a.d. This axe is distinguished by its solid workmanship. Delivery...
€119.00 *
Spear batton tip, 2mm steel
Spear batton tip, 2mm steel
This lance or spear tip is made from 2mm steel and has two holes on each side for attachment to the shaft. It is suitable for shafts with slightly larger diameters. Details: - max. diameter : approx. 2.8 cm - material thickness: 2 mm -...
€15.47 *
Cone, spear batton tip, approx. 15cm
Cone, spear batton tip, approx. 15cm
This lance or spear tip is hand-forged from 2mm steel Without drilled holes. Details: - max. diameter : approx. 2.7 cm - material thickness: 2 mm - length: approx. 15 cm
€11.90 *
Blunt Spear Head, battle-ready, approx. 22cm
Blunt Spear Head, battle-ready, approx. 22cm
- BATTLE-READY - Very solid, hand-forged spear head with blunt tip. Most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spear head on the battle-field. The eye for the shaft is well hammered and closed. One hole is drilled into the...
€19.04 *
Blunt Spear Head, battle-ready
Blunt Spear Head, battle-ready
Very solid, hand-forged spear head with blunt tip. Most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spear head on the battle-field. The eye for the shaft is well hammered and closed. One hole is drilled into the steel to fix the...
€24.99 *
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