Swiss Halberd Head


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Standing at attention, you anticipate the battle before you. The Swiss Halberd Head glints in the sun as you maneuver it for an attack. Made from high carbon steel, this medieval polearm head is functional. It has unsharpened edges with established bevels.

The halberd head features an axe-style blade in front, a spearpoint at the top, and a spike on the back. The axe blade has a gently curved edge that angles outward slightly at the top. Also, it has a straight top and bottom. There are three cutout crosses in the center of the axe blade.

Next, the spear-like point at the top has an edge facing the same direction as the axe blade. It is double-edged at the very tip. Meanwhile, the spike in the back features an edge along the curved underside and along the tip of the curved point.

In the center of the medieval halberd, there is a straight socket. The socket has a couple of holes in it for attaching it to the haft of your choice, sold separately. Why not fight like a medieval mercenary with the Swiss Halberd Head? It makes a great addition to any DIY project or reenactment gear. Wield it at a medieval battle or add it to your armoury.

Halberd History

The halberd is very much a late medieval and Renaissance weapon. The first description of a halberd in battle was in 1315. Used until the 17th century, this polearm was swung with both hands. Wielders, often mercenary groups, would use it as both a spear and an axe, due to its design.

Key Features:

  • Fully functional
  • Features an axe blade, spearpoint, and curved point
  • Has unsharpened edges
  • Holes for attaching to a haft, not included
  • Great for reenactments and collections


  • Made from high-carbon steel


  • Overall Length: 23.5 Inches
  • Head Length: 17 Inches
  • Head Width: 12 Inches
  • Axe Edge Length: 8.5 Inches
  • Socket Width: 1.4 Inches
  • Weight: 1 Pound 12 Ounces

Measurements are approximate.

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