33” length made from European steel bar stock, available from about 1800 on. Fine medially ridged leaf shaped point. The butt flared as a grounding plate as with the larger examples. Well preserved with the edge of the butt corroded, probably from resting on the ground. Definitely made as a weapon and not ceremonial. Compare to the Roman chariot lances and the Persian jareds, both of which were carried in sets of multiples. Only such example we have encountered.
Stock Number: B5712

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