Medieval Halberds were effective weapons during the Medieval Era. Skilled soldiers on the ground could easily take down their opponents on horseback using halberds. Halberds have three parts that make up the head. There is the bladed for slicing through armour, the spike for thrusting and the hook for was used to take down armed opponents on horseback as they rode by, you could just snag them off. It was like three weapons in one. We have great line of functional Medieval halberds for your re-enacting needs, whether you participate in the SCA or Stage Combat. We also carry decorative halberds for theater productions, stage props or just like to collect and display them in your home.
12th Century Halberd with Spike
item # ME-0116
Emulating the appearance of early polearms, the 12th Century Halberd with Spike is a full size replica halberd and a terrific decoration that brings a distinct medieval allure to the decor of wherever it is displayed.
12th Century Voulge
item # ME-0117
Exquisitely designed in the fashion of 12th century polearms, the 12th Century Voulge is a spectacular home decoration that is sure to express your passion for history and allow viewers to experience a taste of medieval era style.
14th Century European Halberd
item # ME-0113
Designed to authentically replicate the halberds used in medieval era Europe, the 14th Century European Halberd is a stunning full size decorative pole arm that is sure to capture the attention anyone fortunate enough to behold it.
15th Century Gothic Halberd
item # ME-0114
In a remarkable emulation of medieval German weaponry, the 15th Century Gothic Halberd is a full size replica pole arm. It is a superb decoration, enhancing the ambiance of the room in which it is displayed with its historical appeal.
15th Century Swiss Halberd
item # XD637
The halberd was an effective weapon for a foot soldier against cavalry, and in skilled hands the weapon could dismount a knight. This replica of a 15th century Swiss halberd is ideal for role-playing or decorating your castle walls.
16th Century Spanish Halberd by Marto
item # MA-8503S
The halberd has been a staple in medieval warfare for years. The combined functions of an axe and a spear make this a deadly armament. This particular halberd, the 16th Century Spanish Halberd, by Marto, is a replica of one such design.
Authentics European Knights Halberd
item # ED2612
Authentics Halberds are hand-crafted with blackened heads. Each head is secured with hand pounded rivets on a rectangular shaved blackened and seared wood handle. This halberd has a rectangular pole for authenticity.
Authentics German Knights Halberd
item # ED2610
Authentics Halberd is hand-crafted with a blackened head. It is secured with hand pounded rivets on a rectangular, shaved, blackened, and seared wood handle. This functional halberd has a rectangular pole for authenticity.
item # MH-W0969
Create your own medieval weapon with the Bardiche Head. Great for the DIY inclined, this weapon component is ready for you to attach to a pole of your choosing. The bardiche was a popular weapon throughout historic Eastern Europe.
item # XB2076
In the hands of a novice, an axe is a deadly tool, one that makes great use of brutality and simplicity. In the hands of a skilled warrior, a Bearded Axe like this simple specimen transforms into a truly deadly weapon of war.
item # AH-3512
The Bill was a European weapon that was commonplace during the medieval era, as it possessed the stopping power of a spear, the power of an axe, and the added benefit of a hooked protrusion, making it a versatile and powerful weapon.
item # AH-3515
Versatile and variable, the bill was a weapon to use in the Middle Ages, and as such, they came in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Some had long, needle points for thrusting, while others, like this Broad Bill, were for cleaving.
item # AH-3513M
What is the best way to make a halberd more effective? One look at this Broad Halberd will tell you that making the axe head broader is the way to go. A broader blade adds weight and mass to every strike the weapon makes.
Broad Head Naginata with Dragon Sheath
item # NP-K-009
The naginata is the Japanese version of the pole arm. Weapons like this massive Broad Head Naginata with Dragon Sheath became favored among the samurai for their ability to dismount horseman and create space on the battlefield.
item # NP-K-531
This Chinese Pudao is inspired by the weapon used by Chinese infantrymen against mounted attacks. These weapons were called horse cutters, due to the ability of their massive blades and long handles to cut down their adversaries.
item # XB2079
Simple, versatile, and effective are three good words to describe this Danish Axe. This is an axe that fits all three quite well, because it features a relatively hardy construction, as well as a very versatile form fit for any warrior.
Display Stand for Three Halberds
item # ME-0106
Crafted to securely display up to three pole arms at once, the Display Stand for Three Halberds is a wonderful complement for your decorative weapons. It is crafted from sturdy cast metal in a simple and stable design.
item # AH-3516
A halberd takes the effective advantages of an axe and a spear and combines them into one weapon. In essence, a pole weapon like this English Halberd has the heft and impact of a heavy axe, as well as the range of a good spear.
item # AH-3511
A Fauchard is a pole weapon that is similar in nature to glaive, being designed to deliver thrusts and cuts from a distance. The difference comes from the shape of the blade, as the fauchards design is much more complex and involved.
item # AH-3517
The voulge is a medieval pole weapon that takes the strengths of a spear and applies them to an axe-like blade. This French Voulge is of particular note, because it features a knife blade that is effective at hacking and thrusting.
German Gothic Axe
item # XB2077
Not all axes are brutal beasts that excel at hacking and cleaving. Some, like this German Gothic Axe, are an example of what can happen when axes meet the craftsmanship of the period, which always results in something spectacular.
German Halberd Head
item # XB0098
This German Halberd replicates a circa-1500 A.D. museum piece. Crafted in 0.25 inch steel with 0.13 thick langets, it is supplied unedged but may be modified easily for a re-enactment use. It is supplied as a head only.
item # AH-3503
Not all medieval pole weapons were made for thrusting and stabbing. Some, like the Glaive, combined the strengths of a spear and a sword, creating a weapon that had the range of a spear with the ability to slash and cut like a sword.