Bladed Spear Head     Item Code : SNAW1101S


Quality mild steel spearhead is specially crafted BY lord of battles for historical re-enactments, Due to its rounded flanges, most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spearhead Serving as the main and most efficient  weapon of the medieval period until arrival of firearms, the spear is the most fundamental weapon and has long been used in both hunting and combat.  Spears were the primary weapon for common foot soldiers for centuries. (Vikings were mostly armed with spears).

Size : 12"

Inner Dia : 2.6 cm

Approx Weight : 375 Gm

Thin Spear Head                Item Code:SNAW1116





Specifications :

Size : 6.25"
Approx Weight : 95 Gm
Finish : Polish

Viking Bearded Axe Battle Ready      

Item Code : LB25331





Specifications :


Handle Size : 22.5"

Axe Head Size : 4.5"

Approx Weight : 808 Gm

Bladed Spear Head     Item Code : SNAW1101M


Quality mild steel spearhead is specially crafted BY lord of battles for historical re-enactments, Due to its rounded flanges, most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spearhead Serving as the main and most efficient  weapon of the medieval period until arrival of firearms, the spear is the most fundamental weapon and has long been used in both hunting and combat.  Spears were the primary weapon for common foot soldiers for centuries. (Vikings were mostly armed with spears).

Size : 14"

Inner Dia : 2.6 cm

Approx Weight : 410 Gm


Bladed Spear Head    Item Code : SNAW1101XL


Quality mild steel spearhead is specially crafted BY lord of battles for historical re-enactments, Due to its rounded flanges, most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spearhead Serving as the main and most efficient  weapon of the medieval period until arrival of firearms, the spear is the most fundamental weapon and has long been used in both hunting and combat.  Spears were the primary weapon for common foot soldiers for centuries. (Vikings were mostly armed with spears).

Size : 18"

Inner Dia : 2.6 cm

Approx Weight : 485 Gm

Viking Axe Head

Item Code : LB25332





Specifications :


Size : 14 X 12.5cm

Approx Weight  : 397 Gm

Bladed Spear Head     Item Code : SNAW1101L


Quality mild steel spearhead is specially crafted BY lord of battles for historical re-enactments, Due to its rounded flanges, most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spearhead Serving as the main and most efficient  weapon of the medieval period until arrival of firearms, the spear is the most fundamental weapon and has long been used in both hunting and combat.  Spears were the primary weapon for common foot soldiers for centuries. (Vikings were mostly armed with spears).

Size : 16"

Inner Dia : 2.6 cm

Approx Weight : 430 Gm


Spiked Mace


Item Code : LB25361




Specifications :


Overall Length : 40"

Handle Length : 32"

Spike Length : 8"
Approx Weight : 490 Gm

Triangle Spear Head           Item Code:SNAW1117





Specifications :

Size : 9.5"
Approx Weight : 120 Gm 
Finish : Polish

Flat Ended Butt Cap            Item Code:SNAW1119


With discovery of metals, spears became really effective. Metal butt caps were used to protect the base of the shaft, and to add balance to the overall weapon. Made of mild steel.


Specifications :

Overall Length : 5.75"
Diameter : 28 mm
Approx Weight : 195 Gm

Medieval One Ball Flail


Item Code : LB25327





Specifications :


Overall Length : 38"
Handle Length : 24"
Approx Weight : 820 Gm

Roman Thin Pilum


Item Code : LB25401




Specifications :


Overall Length : 66"

Handle Length : 46"

Spike Length : 20"
Approx Weight : 1.430 Gm

Viking Ragnar Lothbrok Axe


Item Code:SNAW1114





Specifications :

Size : 25"
Approx Weight : 930 Gm

Greek Spear Butt Spike       Item Code:SNAW1120




Specifications :

32.5 cm
Finish : Brass
Material : 100% Brass
Approx Weight : 640 Gm

Spiked War Hammer          Item Code:SNAW1102


Functional war hammers were used extensively between the years 1300-1500. The functional war hammer was typically a heavy steel toothed head with a vicious spike on the reverse mounted onto an oak. A blow with the toothed head would at least stun an opponent allowing for a second more powerful strike to be made. The spike was especially effective at piercing plate armour.
This is a solid hand forged war hammer made in iron. It comes with a hardwood handle with steel butt cap.
Overall length: 66 cm (26 inches)
Weight: 1.2 kg

Viking Axe Battle Ready                 

Item Code : LB25330





Specifications :


Handle Size : 22.5"

Axe Head Size : 5"

Approx Weight : 702 Gm

Greek Spear Head           Item Code:SNAW1121




Specifications :

Overall Length : 17.2"
Diameter : 30 mm
Blade Width : 6.5 cm
Approx Weight : 620 Gm

Viking Axe     Item Code : LB25382





Specifications :


Handle Size : 20.5"

Axe Head Size : 5.75"X6.5"

Approx Weight : 670 Gm

Spiked Mace


Item Code : LB25328





Specifications :


Overall Length : 27"
Approx Weight : 550 Gm

Dane Battle Axe, Blunt Replica


Item Code : LB25282




Specifications :


Approx Weight : 975 Gm


Viking Axe     Item Code : LB25305





Specifications :


Handle Size : 30"

Axe Head Size : 7"X7"

Approx Weight : 870 Gm

16th Century German Mace


Item Code : LB25314





Specifications :


Size : 24"

Approx Weight  : 2.139 Kg

Medium Spear Head           Item Code:SNAW1110






Specifications :

Approx Weight : 200 Gm
Size : 11.5"

Viking Axe Head

Item Code : LB25333





Specifications :


Size : 15.5 X 11.5cm

Approx Weight  : 496 Gm

Small Spear Head        Item Code:SNAW1111

Forged by Hand, it resembles spear heads of around the 10th century.  Spears throughout history were made of iron, this spear head can be fixed to wooden shafts. While spears were like missiles, there was disadvantage of throwing your weapon away in a fight. You lose your weapon and also risk your enemy pick it, use against you if you miss. Commonly, the spear was used as a thrusting weapon.

Approx Weight : 130 Gm
Size : 7.5"

German Halberd             Item Code : LB25241

In the thirteenth century, combined slashing, thrusting weapon with battle axe could still be recognized in the halberd. In the fourteenth century a hook was placed at the back side, to pull enemy horsemen from their horse. As a result infantrymen-foot soldier became a serious threat of horsed cavalry. Both the man and horse could be seriously injured/killed with just one blow of the halberd. Presently German-halberd would be an ideal decoration piece/collectors item. Overall Length : 50 cm

Approx Weight : 702 Gm

Dia : 30 mm


Spiked Mace


Item Code : LB25329






Specifications :


Overall Length : 26"
Approx Weight : 290 Gm

Viking Axe from Hejde, Gotland, Replica


Item Code : LB25292




Specifications :


Approx Weight : 475 Gm