Medieval Halberds and Pikes  

Ref. 3807

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Portuguese halberd for battle sixteenth century with blade in steel and finished in rustic, disassembled into two pieces. Length 190 cm and weight 1.6 kilos.

Ref. 3808

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Italian halberd for battle sixteenth century with rustic steel blade and disassembled into two pieces. Lenght 184 cm, weight 1,480 kilos.

Ref. 3805

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Spanish Halberd of XVI century for combat perforated with steel blades and disassembled into two pieces. Length 186 cm, weight 1,750 kilos.

Ref. 3806

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Italian halberd for battle sixteenth century with rustic steel blade and disassembled into two pieces. Length 188 cm, weight 1,450 kilos.

Ref. 50652

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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 shaft. This type of blunt spear head is available in different sizes and designs.

Ref. 50653

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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 shaft. This type of blunt spear head is available in different sizes and designs.

Ref. 50654

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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 the longer ones. This spearhead is hand-forged from one pieces of steel.Replica of an early-medieval spearhead based on...

Ref. 50655

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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 shaft. This type of blunt spear head is available in different sizes and designs.

Ref. 51182

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Hammer of war of century XIV. Made of wood and steel. Length: 135 cm. Peak length 9 cm.

Ref. 51824

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Engraved medieval halberd. The halberd is a spear-like weapon about two metres long and has a spear tip, an axe blade shaped cross blade on one side, and a hook on the other side.

Ref. 51825

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Medieval decorative halberd 205 cm long, engraved. Wood and nickel.

Ref. 52230

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German halberd of the 11th century

Ref. 52428

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This antler ax), long ax for two hands, is a replica of a design found in a Private Collection. This type of long ax, to use with two hands, was very popular in the combats and the winner was decided by the number of blows given. It was quite popular for use on the battlefield. With a good sharp tip, it could be used as a short spear and to pierce the...

Ref. 3934

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This reconstruction of an early medieval spear-head is hand-forged from carbon steel.

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The halberd is a weapon with a 2 meter long handle that has a spear point and a transverse blade at the end, with the shape of an ax on one side and another punch

It is a pike with leaves on the sides. It was introduced from China around 1300 by the Scandinavians and was used by the infantry until the late seventeenth century. Its functions were cut, tip and hook. It was widely used as a pike and also to knock down the riders of their horses.

It could be said that it is a type of spear, with the difference that instead of having only one tip it would be accompanied by a double ax spice. The soldiers who used them were known as halberdiers, were part of the army and later went on to pay tribute in parades or before the king