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Old halbred find- original?

Article about: Hi All. Heres an old Halberd head that I picked up at the local fleamarket this morning for \\$10NZ. The guy I bought it from told me he purchased it in France in the 1980s but could give me n

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    I would also say Victorian , the forging is sloppy and not of the quality you'd expect from a weapons maker , also being two pieces would make it much weaker in combat . Still a very nice wall hanger .

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    As Phil and a few others suggest I would also say Victorian.Hang onto it though.Things like this can only increase in value and it will look cool in a display!!!

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    I would buy it and put it on a pole in a heartbeat. Rich A. in Pa.
    1969 Shelby GT-500 King of the Road
    Knowledge is power, guard it well.

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    Great all around piece for [almost] everyday use... getting more candy when trick or treating, running off unwelcome guests, clearing ice and snow from roofs, the tip is probably great for grilling rabbits, marshmallows even?

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    Thanks for all the replys...even the sarcastic ones! As Larboard says I guess there is more than one way to grill a rabbit!
    Merry Christmas

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