Halberd of the eighteenth century included a citizen militia or palace guard, especially as a weapon of representation.
The head, iron, consists of a dark rounded, lanceolate cusp aligned with the shaft and the back straight, pointed beak. The rod is made of wood, divided into two parts for ease of transport and is decorated with fringing fabric that crowns the top edge, while the handle is wrapped in velvet.
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Total length 205 cm. Weight: 2.760 gr.