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Hand forged Germanic javelin spearhead

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This is a reconstruction of a Germanic spearhead (framea) that was used in South Germany between the 1stand 5thcentury AD. The framea was both used as javelin and battle spear. Similar models have been found in England. It was possibly transferred with the Germanic nations in the early middle ages.

This item is hand forged from one piece of carbon steel. It is sharp so it is not battle ready. It is unpolished, as a result of which the hammer beats are clearly visible.

The spearhead has a length of 24,5 cm, the blade is 12 cm and the socket is 12,5 cm. It is suitable for a shaft with a diameter of approx. 22 mm. It weighs approx. 210 grams.

Product details:
Length: 24.5 cm
Head size: 12 cm
Ring diameter: 2.2 cm;
Weight: 210 g
Material: EN45 spring steel
Edge: sharp
Shaft included: no
Based on a historic original: yes
Transport weight (grams): 1000 *

This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.

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Review by Jeroen, Posted on 28-08-2014, 4 Stars.
Goed materiaal; kan flink wat mishandeling hebben en vervormd niet. blij mee
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Review by DENNIS, Posted on 22-04-2014, 5 Stars.
100% Tevreden.
Hij is mooi,slank,scherp en heeft een prima vlucht, deze speerpunt behoort in iedere sibbe thuis.
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4.5 stars based on 2 reviews

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