Tartsche Narrow Trapezium, MHB schield

This kind of infantry shields dated from the mid-14th century. They distinguished themselves by the notch for the lances, swords or blade breakers to break or capture the enemy weapon.

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Tartsche Narrow Trapezium, Targe shield, typical MHB Schield

This premium-quality shield is produced in the Czech Republic.

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60 cm

35 cm

2320 g

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