Hand-forged sometime between the 10th and 12th centuries A.D., this beautifully preserved Viking Spearhead displays a tapering tubular socket with attachment hole, a facetted neck and a slender, lozenge sectioned triangular blade.
At 27cm long, the spear probably represents a 'Gar' spear - a common Viking weapon used as a thrusting spear or thrown at close quarters.
Mounted on textured steel and measuring around 19cm high, this amazing historical artefact could be yours to own today.
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VIKING 'GAR' SPEARHEAD
Acquired by Timeless on the UK Antiquities market, 2019. Formerly in a private Austrian collection.