Boar Spear, c. 1430

This boar spear is a real hunting weapon for killing the wild boar in the hold of hunting dogs. It has sharp edges and is pointed. Handle with caution, risk of Injury!  The Boar Spear is delivered disassembled (if ordered with the shaft). There are 2 holes drilled in the sides of the socket through which 2 nails are to be nailed to fix to the spear on the shaft.

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incl. wooden pole | not hardened construction steel DIN USt37-2 | GOST St2kp (may get deformed in use)
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incl. wooden pole | oil-quenched spring steel DIN 54SiCr6, approx. 54 HRC
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without wooden pole | oil-quenched spring steel DIN 54SiCr6, approx. 54 HRC
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Boar Spear Frederick IV of the Tyrol, c. 1430

  • 42 cm total length
  • 26 cm blade length of the spear point
  • 13.2 cm - width of the "wings"
  • the blade of the spear is at its thickest/widest point 60 mm wide and 21 mm thick
  • at the distance of 5 cm from the tip of the spear is it 10 mm thick
  • 1024 g weight of the metal spear point
  • 840 g weight of the wood pole
  • pole from ash
  • the speat point has smooth polished finish without any decorative engraving (like on the original)
  • Outer diameter of the socket approx. 32-35 mm
  • Material thickness of the socket is approx. 2-3 mm
  • Diameter of the shaft (wooden pole) approx. 35 mm

Delivery optionally with shaft of hard wood (made of beech or oak) Ø 32mm, octagon section, overall length 195cm.

This boar spear was made after the original from the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.

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