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Rare Ancient Chinese Warrior's Lance Head ~Spear ~Pike ~Pole Arm ~Sword ~Dagger

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Seller: investment-arms (269) 98.8%, Location: Brooklyn, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223089252308 RARE ANCIENT CHINESE WARRIOR'S LANCE HEAD ~SPEAR ~PIKE ~POLE ARM ~SWORD ~DAGGER Dear Bidders, We have been actively collecting and trading in Antique Arms and Armor for over two decades, now with the ever-growing demand for quality Antique and Collectible weapons all over the World and the market being at its peak, we have decided to start offering some of the unique and rare items for your consideration through eBay marketplace, we will be listing a good selection of quality weapons on weekly bases, most with no reserves and to be sold to the highest bidder. Please make sure to look through all the detailed photos which best describe the condition of the items and ask questions should you need additional information on any item. Please bid with confidence as we promise you a very professional and quick service, and Please lets respect each other's time with all payments to be expected within 5 days after the end of the auction, unless other arrangements were made by contacting us in advance (prior to bidding). All Non-Paying bidders will automatically be blocked from any further participating in our auctions, Unpaid Strikes will be recorded and items re-offered to the next bidder(s) or re-listed back for sale on eBay if payment is not received in time. We will provide major shipping discounts for multiple items won, all items will be shipped with priority mail and fully insured, unless upgrade for the Express mail is requested. Please remember that Investing in Antiques and particularly Antique Weapons have always been and continuing to be one of the Best Investments you can make, especially on today's unstable financial and real estate markets, these Rare and Unique items will Always keep and Gain their value besides providing an enormous amount of Pleasure to their passionate collectors and owners such as you and us. Thank you and Best of Luck bidding ! No shipping to China, Buyers from China ~ Must have Hong Kong shipping address On your PayPal payment. Shipping to Russia is $150 per Knife/Dagger and $250 per Sword (may take up to 30-45 days, depending on carrier's travel). Buyers from Italy ~ Must Have ~ Government or Police issued Permit for Import of Antique Arms. DESCRIPTION : Total Length (in scabbard, if there is one) ~ 19" Blade Length ~ 11" THIS AND THE OTHER EARLY CHINESE WEAPONS ARE A PART OF THE MAJOR COLLECTION OF CHINESE ARMS AND ARMOR PUT TOGETHER BY ONE ARCHAEOLOGIST AND EARLY WEAPONS COLLECTOR WHO SPENT MOST OF HIS LIFE WORKING ON THE FAR EAST AND PUT TOGETHER THIS INCREDIBLE COLLECTION PIECE BY PIECE OVER 40 YEARS, WE WILL BE HAPPY TO GRADUALLY OFFER THESE FASCINATING ANCIENT CHINESE WEAPONS FOR SALE ON HIS BEHAVE, SO PLEASE WATCH OUR AUCTIONS REGULARLY FOR MORE ANCIENT AND EARLY UNIQUE CHINESE WEAPONS ALL STRONG IRON IN SEMI EXCAVATED CONDITION, STILL MUCH STRENGTH TO THE WEAPON. Approximate Age ~ 1600s OR OLDER. Additional Comments ~ VERY STRONG FIGHTING SPEAR HEAD.Spears of the Qing dynastyMandarin Mansion8.7K likes By Peter Dekker - May 3, 2016 IntroductionIn this article I highlight a number of spears used by the Qing dynasty military. They come from the Huangchao Liqi Tushi(皇朝禮器圖式 ) of 1766, based on a 1759 manuscript. It was compiled under auspices of the Qianlong emperor himself, who to our great fortune as arms historians, was all about the careful recording of the minute details of the workings of his dynasty. The work lists no less than 31 pole arms, among which various types of spears, forks and halberds. For this article I have kept to the spears and their close relatives, leaving out some of the less conventional shapes, coming to a total of ten spear types. This leaves a full overview of Qing pole arms to another article.The Chinese didn't differentiate between spear and lance, both are called qiāng (槍). As such we do not always know which of these were used on foot, and which from horseback. I will consistently call them spear in this article, even though some are surely used as lances, because we cannot rule out their use as a spear either. On military artwork of the Qing we frequently see even Manchu elite cavalry dismount and face the enemy on foot with bow, arrow, and spear.An interesting difference between the spears in this article and the spears we see later in the hands of civilian militia and martial artists, is that the military spears have less of a taper and are mostly counterbalanced by a large steel fittings at the butt end. Civilian and martial arts spears are often balanced by having a strong taper, with a very thick butt end narrowing down considerably towards the tip. The metal parts being quite expensive in pre-industrial China, this was probably a cheaper way to reach a similar balance. ~ Listing and template services provided by inkFrog Condition: Genuine Antique

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