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Parade Halberd (from the bodyguard of Ludwig Rudolf, Duke of Brunswick- Wolfenbüttel [1671-1735])

Parade Halberd (from the bodyguard of Ludwig Rudolf, Duke of Brunswick- Wolfenbüttel [1671-1735])

1717

Blued, etched and gilded steel, wooden haft with orginal steel base spike, silk tassel with alternating blue and gold bands

Overall: 276.9 cm (109 in.)

Alma Kroeger Fund 2007.164

Fun Fact

A halberd is a mix between a battle ax and a spear.

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