Hand-forged sometime between the 9th and 10th centuries A.D., this professionally preserved Viking Spearhead displays a thick-walled closed socket and a hefty triangular blade.
The spearhead was probably used for both hunting and warfare as its narrow diameter socket suggests that it was primarily a throwing spear or javelin.
Mounted on a robust textured steel plinth, and measuring 19.5cm in length, this amazing historical artefact could be yours to own today. Printed documentation included.
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Acquired by Timeless on the UK Antiquities market, 2019. Formerly in a private European collection; prior to this, forming part of an old collection of Viking weaponry formed in the 1980s.