This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.

From the William Fagan Premier Collection

Forged iron head of slender proportions tapered to long angled point. The heel of backswept form for engaging and dismounting a horseman. Form which evolved into the halberd. This example is made to overcome mail and plate armor, well as present a formidable cutting or chopping blade for attack against, mail or leather armor. The sleek contour with long tapered integral socket, is made without a provision for a hook to unseat a mounted adversary. The head polished with considerable evidence of its forged construction. 95 ½” length. The haft sound with graining, some superficial damages, and old collection or arsenal identification tag. Aside from a few arsenal caches, this group is largely known by excavated examples. This example is very exceptional among private hands.

Stock Number: FNS7926

This item isSold