Spearhead made by hand forged carbon steel.
Medieval spear tip 22 cms. It corresponds to the late Middle Ages. Made of forged carbon steel.
Spearhead of 28.5 cms. long. It is up to the early Middle Ages. Made of forged carbon steel.
English spear tip of the VI-VII centuries used by Vikings and Celts. Made of steel.
Polearm, spear tip Merovingian frameA forged shaped elongated tip blade used as a thrusting weapon in medieval times able to pass through chain mail.
Roman Pilum with a length of 224 cms. long. It comes disassembled for easy transport. screws to be riveted are provided.
medieval pike with detailed engravings. Pikes are similar to a spear, but much larger in length, measuring between three and four meters normally. As used, the pikes were gaining in size, both horn and tip.
Lanza Italian Ranseur the XVI century detachable into two pieces. Made of wood with carbon steel blade. It includes decorative tassels. Long, 188 cms.
Portuguese medieval halberd s. XVI, disassembled into two parts. Made of wood with carbon steel blade. It includes decorative tassels. Long, 190 cms.
German halberd XI century. A enastada weapon wooden shaft about two meters in length and has at its head a spearhead weapons and upper breast, a cross-shaped blade ax blade on one side, and a breastplate punctured or engage smaller by its opposite.
Roman Gladiator Trident Retarius. It includes trident along with the wooden stick.
medieval halberd 205 cms. long. It is made of wood and zamak. The halberd is a weapon enastada about two meters in length and has at its head a spearhead weapons and upper breast, a cross-shaped blade ax blade on one side, and a breastplate punctured or hook more small by its opposite.