Click here to view sale prices! For easy transport and lower shipping costs we offer this halberd without wooden pole, but you can also order wooden pole included. Get authentically reproduced medieval spears, pole arms, and halberds only at Swords of the Forge. The Swiss Halberd, the Spear, the Portuguese Halberd and the Spanish Halberd. Replica of a Renaissance halberd. 1580 $ 1,395.00 Add to cart North Italian Parade Halberd, ca. Our items are great for reenactments, collection, and high end costumes.
The halberd is a two-handed pole weapon that came to prominent use during the 14th and 15th centuries and consists of an axe blade topped with a spike mounted on a long shaft. The Guisame Spear which has two curved blades.

Medieval Halberds were effective weapons during the Medieval Era. Pole Arms, Spear and Halberds, while not as effective in close range combat on the ground these weapons were deadly at halting charges and cavalry, we have many high quality products so come in and check out our selection. This Swiss Halberd replicates a 16th century museum piece. Austrian Halberd, ca. 1580 $ 2,495.00 Add to cart Rare Italian Artillery Linstock, Florence, Late 16th C $ 3,995.00 Add to cart Scarce Bavarian Sabre Halberd, Early 17th C German Halberds for sale are 33 inches in all and weigh 3 ¼ pounds.

The head is crafted in 1/4" steel, with 1/8" thick langets. It was used as a halberd. Halberds have three parts that make up the head. These head only halberds are un edged with pointed spikes. Skilled soldiers on the ground could easily take down their opponents on horseback using halberds.

Tridents & Halberds: German Halberds Solid Steel Head Fits 1.25 Inch Shafts $79.99. It always has a hook or thorn on the back side of the axe blade for grappling mounted combatants. If you are looking for a different and decorative weapon, do not hesitate to choose a spear or a halberd. The head is supplied semi-edged but it may be readily modified for re-enactment use. These steel halberds are modeled after a real 16th century medieval German halberd.

They are constructed in quarter inch steel. All Halberds are very similar with a design that changes slightly between them.