Denix Reproduction 11th Century German Halberd - 637
AR22637: Replica 11th Century German Halberd
The Halberd was a two-handed pole weapon topped with a shaped axe head and was designed for stabbing, gashing, and slashing. Its extended length enabled it to dismount horse mounted attackers much more safely. The Halberd came into prominence in 14th and 15th Centuries and is still used by the Swiss Guard in the Vatican. This reproduction of a typical halberd design features a two-piece wooden pole with a metal joining. The axe head is joined to a spear tip, and both are made from metal and intentionally left unsharpened to make it safe to display around the house.
- Overall Length: 81"
- Blade Length: 7"
- Handle Length: 68.5"
- Weight: 4 lbs 6 oz
- Made in Spain