Fantastic Medieval longbow arrow-head, 8th-10th century AD. Made of iron with long 2-barbed swallowtail head and wide socketed neck. 82 mm (3 1/4"). Nicely preserved with good surfaces. Found at an ancient battle site near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. ex-Los Angeles collection. #WP2352: $299 SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 14th-15th century. Great iron spear-tip.
Two-bladed, socketed type. 79 mm (3 1/8") long, professionally conserved, and intact. ex-Los Angeles collection. #WP2264: $175
SOLD


Medieval Europe, 1000-1200 AD. Great iron spear head. Tri-lobate (three bladed) with long tang. Very well preserved and still sharp! 83 mm (3 1/4"). ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #WP2266: $175

Late Roman to Medieval, c. 5th-9th century AD. HUGE iron spearhead. Shaft massively bent from battle damage or other ritualized destruction. Measures 13 cm (5 1/8") long! ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #WP2388: $299


Medieval Eutope, c. 10th – 14th Century AD. Large Medieval iron socketed spear head. Long, socketed base, the leaf-shaped blade with sharpened edges. L: 6 1/4" (16cm). A stable example which has been professionally cleaned, polished, and treated with wax.
Ex-collection of William Major Tedder. #WP2393: $225


Medieval England, c. 9th-14th century AD. Nice iron spearhead. With long, tapered blade and narrow socket, the point still sharp! Original iron pin still in place across the width of the socket, the wood shaft long gone. L: 242 mm (9 1/2"), professionally conserved. ex-Hampshire, UK gallery. #WP2395: $299

Medieval England, c. 9th-14th century AD. Large iron spearhead. With long, tapered blade and large, robust socketed base, incised line around the collar, and 2 rivet holes which would have held it onto the heavy wooden shaft. Point still very sharp! L: 274 mm (10 3/4"), professionally conserved. ex-Hampshire, UK gallery. #WP2396: $350


Medieval Germany, c. 1500's AD. Awesome Medieval German iron fighting axe with makers mark.
Massive and heavy! Measures 9 1/4" x 4 1/4" (23.5 mm x 10.7 mm and weighs over 2 pounds! Professionally conserved, with reddish to steely surfaces, the wide blade still sharp. Large soeketed end where it would have been attached to quite a large axe handle. The neck of the blade struck with a crisp maker's mark (undeciphered) in a rectangular frame. ex-Huntsville, Alabama estate collection. More photos can be provided upon request! #WP2439: $750


Medieval Germany, c. mid-late 16th century AD. Great iron dagger with ribbed pommel and long blade.
A quillon dagger, with central fuller and ricasso with paired outer grooves, and long pommel with linear ribs. In excavated condition, the dagger measures 31 cm (12 1.4") long. Included with it is an iron bar frame from a purse found alongside it. Period art depicts daggers such as this tucked behind a purse in the belt. The pair must have been lost together as they were found side-by-side. A most interesting pairing! ex-Midwest USA private collection. #WP2470: $750

Medieval European Weapons & Armor

Medieval England, c. 12th-14th century AD. Incredible and very rare fragment of chain-maille armor! Made of iron and beautifully-preserved, the rings still connected, the whole piece still flexible. Absolutely marvelous. Measures 48x48 mm (1 7/8" x 1 7/8") fully extended; each ring measuring around 11 mm (7/16") diameter. ex-old British collection, found in Cambridegshire, England. #AM2103: $475

Medieval England, c. 12th-14th century AD. Incredible and very rare fragment of chain-maille armor! Made of iron and beautifully-preserved, the rings still connected, the whole piece still flexible. Absolutely marvelous. Measures 55x35 mm (2 1/8" x 1 1/2") fully extended, each ring measures around 11 mm (7/16"). ex-old British collection, found in Cambridegshire, England.
#AM2106: $475


Late Roman to Medieval, c. 5th-9th century AD. Great small iron spearhead or large arrowhead. Long, tapered blade and socketed base. Measures 77 mm (3 inches). Found near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. #WP2406: $150 SOLD

Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. Nice iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. 72 mm (2 7/8"), still very sharp. Professional conservation. #WP2156: $125

Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. Nice iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. 61 mm (2 3/8"). Professional conservation. #WP2157: $99 SOLD

Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. MASSIVE iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. Huge 85 mm (3 1/4"), and very thick! Professional conservation. #WP2158: $150

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, found at the site of the 1353 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. Long 81 mm (3 1/8") with sleek form. Professional conservation. ex-European private collection. #WP2268: $125

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, found at the site of the 1353 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. Long 82 mm (3 1/4") with sleek form. Professional conservation. ex-European private collection. #WP2276: $125

Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. Nice iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. 68 mm
(2 5/8"). Professional conservation. #WP2160: $150


Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. Beautiful long iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. 97 mm
(3 3/4"), still sharp! Professional conservation. #WP2161: $175


Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. Nice iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. 80 mm
(3 3/16"). Professional conservation. #WP2162: $150

Medieval / Crusaders Europe, c. 14th century AD. Awesome silver dagger or sword chape mount. Great design comprised of four openwork crosses around the perimeter. Nice surfaces, heavy earthen deposits. H: 33 mm (1 1/4"). ex-Oxfordshire, England private collection. Very rare! #AM2070: $299

Medieval Europe, c. 9th-13th century AD. Incredible small iron spearhead or very large arrowhead. Long, sharp blade and socketed base. Measures 97 mm (3 7/8 inches). Found near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. Excellent! #WP2405: $225 SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 1200-1400 AD. Nice iron spear-tip.
Measures 78 mm (3 1/8") long with diamond-shaped blade and small raised collar where the blade meets the long tang. Found near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. #WP2407: $150
SOLD

Medieval Italy. Late 16th century AD. Nice large metal armor rondelle with button finial. Etched with floral scrolls and borders. Two holes where it was attached to the armor; now there is a small wire hanging hook with rubber ends through these holes for display - this can be removed. 170 mm (6 3/4") wide. Nice grey patina. An excellent display piece! Ex-Heritage auctions. #HA509882: $875

Medieval Austria, 1400's AD. Nice iron Seax or Food Knife, found at Castle Ruine Spitzenberg. Mauerkirchen, Austria. 114 mm (4 1/2") long, nicely preserved. ex-Indianapolis, IN museum collection. #AM2032: $175

Medieval Europe, c. 16th-17th century AD. Fantastic lead seal depicting 2 crossed cannon, inscription around. H: 29 mm (1 1/8"). Crisp detail, nice grey patina. Probably once was used to seal a sack of gunpowder. #AM2059: $199

A nice collection of Medieval iron crossbow-bolts, 13th-15th century AD. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. Professional conservation. Measure between 2 5/8" - 4" (67-101 mm) long. Please indicate item number when ordering. #8818: $95 ea.

Post-Medieval England. Georgian period, c. 1714-1830 AD. Fantastic miniature bronze cannon! Either a child's toy or possibly a very small signal cannon. I've seen small signal cannon but never one quite this small! This piece once worked! L: 61 mm (2 3/8"). ex-Winchester collection, Hampshire, England. #AM2091: $275


Medieval iron knife blades.
8th-13th century AD. Found in Thrace / Macedonia.
Measure between 11 and 16 cm long. $55 each.



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Medieval / Byzantine Europe, 8th-10th century AD. Long iron swallow-tail javelin point with interesting spiral-twist to the metal shaft just behind the point. 106 mm long! #dt803: $215 SOLD
Medieval France. Gothic period, 12th-13th century AD. Fantastic iron armor-piercing dagger. Simple, sleek form with a triangular-shaped blade made for penetrating between the rings of chain maille or at the joints of plate armor. This is exactly the form it would have originally had, without inlays or pommel grip. It was intended to be carried as a simple side-arm for close hand-to-hand combat. Extremely well-preserved! Professionally conserved, with nice black patina with some brassy areas showing through. Measures 275 mm (11 inches) long. #med1170: $525 SOLD

Medieval Germany, 7th-9th century AD. Huge and impressive spear-tip. Intact with huge barbs and long socketed bodt, with a corkscrew-shaped twist at the top designed to break off when the weapon penetrated its target. 77 mm (3") long! Awesome piece! #85306: $275 SOLD

Medieval swallowtail long-bow arrowhead, c. 8th-10th century AD. Very well preserved with curved tip and two barbs. Wide socket for the arrow's shaft. 54 mm long. #18500: $125 SOLD


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Medieval Italy. Late 16th century AD. Excellent Italian "Pisan" style gauntlet. Medieval knight's hand armor. Etched with designs and roped panels, outer edge with file roped bead. Mostly intact, with some age perforations, and the small finger pieces missing, common for armor such as this. Still held together by the original rivets, some original leather joints on the knuckles. Great grey patina. 266 mm (10 1/2") long. Etched designs depicting various animals including several birds and other figures around the base, down the wrists and across the flexible hand piece. Magnificent!
#HA509881: $1700 SOLD
JUST IN: A Small Collection of Crusader Weapons found in Israel!
Ex Prof. Yigael Ronen collection; ex-Robert Deutsch; ex-Archaeological Center, Tel Aviv: SOLD OUT

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Iron arrowhead, found in Israel.
57 mm (2 1/4"). #WP2187: $125
SOLD

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Long iron arrowhead, found in Israel.
67 mm (2 5/8"). #WP2189: $160
SOLD

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Iron arrowhead, found in Israel.
54 mm (2 1/8"). #WP2191: $125
SOLD

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Large iron arrowhead, found in Israel.
70 mm (2 3/4"). #WP2188: $175
SOLD

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Iron arrowhead, found in Israel.
55 mm (2 3/16"). #WP2190: $125
SOLD

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Iron arrowhead, found in Israel.
59 mm (2 5/16"). #WP2192: $175
SOLD


Medieval Germany, 7th-9th century AD. Gorgeous and sharp iron spear or lance-point. In remarkable state of preservation.
100 mm (nearly 4 inches) long. #79th23: $155 SOLD

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 14th-15th century AD. Found at the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. Professional conservation. 93 mm long. Top bent from battle action! #667: $85 SOLD

Medieval Germany. Nice iron knife blade, 7th-9th century AD. Profesionally restored and sharp! Measures a whopping 162 mm (6 1/2 inches) long! #knife12: $75 SOLD

Medieval England, 11th-12th century AD. Gorgeous iron spearhead. Lanceolate form with slender blade, low central ridge and hollow socket. Incredibly well preserved. Found hear Nottingham. ex-private collection, Nottinghamshire, UK, acquired 1980's-1990's. ex-Timeline auctions, London. 195 mm (7 5/8") long. #BL136: $375
SOLD

Fantastic Medieval longbow arrow-head, 8th-10th century AD. Made of iron with long 2-barbed swallowtail head and socketed shaft. 60 mm (2 3/8") long. Found at an ancient battle site near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. Very nice! #51381: $199 SOLD

Excellent Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 14th-15th century AD. Found at the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. Professional conservation. 79 mm (3 1/8") long, very chunky and heavy. Possibly a maker's mark on edge. #29509: $125
SOLD

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 14th-15th century AD.
Found at the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. Professionally conserved. 88 x 15 mm. Intact with nice patina, chunky, heavy design. #WP2124: $125
SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 14th-15th century. Nice bronze spear-tip. Two-bladed, socketed type. Tip broken off, otherwise intact. 75 mm (just under 3") long, professionally conserved. #WP2052: $150
SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 8th-11th century AD. Nice iron spear-tip or ballista-bolt. Wedge-shaped blade and long tang, raised central mid-rib. 104 mm (4 1/8"). #27573: $145 SOLD

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt with remains of wood! 14th-15th century AD. Found near the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle, Germany. Extremely RARE: Remains of the original wood shaft still protruding from the socket! 87 mm (3 1/2") long. Professionally conserved. Point still sharp! ex-German private colleciton. A true collector piece! #WP2036: $325
SOLD

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 13th-14th century AD. Found at an ancient battle site near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. 74 mm (2 7/8") long with dark silvery to green patina. #29510: $95 SOLD

Medieval Austria, 1300's AD. Heavy iron siege-bolt head. Found at Castle Pottenburg, Wolfsthal-Berg, Austria. 79 mm (3 1/8") long, professionally conserved. ex-Indianapolis, IN museum collection. #AM2036: $125 SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 8th-11th century AD. Nice iron arrow-tip. Diamond shaped blade, still very sharp! Nicely preserved. 84 mm (3 1/3"). #27562: $145 SOLD

Medieval Germany, 1311 AD. Nice iron armor-piercing arrowhead. Found at Castle Hohenzollern, Jungingen, Germany. 73 mm (2 7/8") long, nicely preserved. Remains of wood shaft still inside! ex-Indianapolis, IN museum collection. #AM2037: $299 SOLD

Medieval / Byzantine Europe, 8th-10th century AD. Long iron swallow-tail javelin point. Incredibly well preserved with nice patina, one barb broken off. 125 mm (just under 5") long. Great display piece! #27515: $250 SOLD - Ask about alternates!

Medieval iron caltrop ("calthrop"). 8th-11th century AD. Anti-cavalry weapon, these were spread around the outside of fortifications, to stop enemy horses in their tracks upon event of a seige. No matter how they sat on the ground, a sharpened spike was always sticking straight up. Dia: 56 mm (2") across the widest points. Ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #WP2123: $85 SOLD

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 14th-15th century AD.
Found at the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. 68 mm (2 3/4"). Deep brown to rusty surfaces, chunky, heavy design. #WP2242: $99
SOLD


Crusades / Medieval Europe, c. 1198 - 1375 AD. Excellent large bronze long-bow arrowhead found in Armenia. Two barbed blades with raised central midriff and long squared tang. 75 mm (3") long! Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Still very sharp! Extremely rare. #WP2032: $325 SOLD



Crusades / Medieval Europe, c. 1198 - 1375 AD. Excellent large bronze long-bow arrowhead found in Armenia. Two barbed blades with raised central midriff and long squared tang. 80 mm (3 1/8") long! Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Still very sharp! Extremely rare. #WP2029: $350 SOLD

Long Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 14th-15th century AD.
Found at the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. 109 mm (4 1/4") with excellent, sleek design. Professional conservation. #WP2270: $150
SOLD


Medieval cannonball! A small iron cannonball from the time of the Thirty Years War, 1618-1648 AD. From the Battle of Nordlingen, September 6, 1634 at Nordlingen, Germany. 27mm (1 1/16") diameter, weighs 87.58 grams. Gorgeous well-preserved surfaces. ex-Indianapolis, IN museum collection. #AM2035: $450 SOLD



From the shipwreck of the HMS Colossus, sunk in 1798 off the Scilly Isles, southwest of England. Excellent large iron grapeshot (basically a small iron cannonball). Well-preserved, its rusty surfaces stabilized inside a clear coating. 1 3/8" diameter. The Colossus was home-bound from the Mediterranean, loaded with wounded soldiers. She anchored at the Isles of Scilly during a severe storm but was torn away and sunk. Salvaged by Roland Morris in the 1960's and 1970's. With certificate from the salvagers. #DS71957: $499 SOLD

Fantastic Medieval longbow arrow-head, 8th-10th century AD. Made of iron with long 2-barbed swallowtail head and long "rat tail" tang. 93 mm (3 5/8") long. Nicely preserved with good surfaces, one barb missing. Found at an ancient battle site near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. Very nice! #WP2154: $225 SOLD

Fantastic Medieval longbow arrow-head, 8th-10th century AD. Made of iron with long 2-barbed swallowtail head and long socketed neck. 126 mm (4 15/16"). Petrified remains of wood shaft still inside. Found at an ancient battle site near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #WP2328: $275 SOLD

Medieval Europe. 12th-16th century AD. Large bronze bullet-die for a lead bullet. Two sides of these would have been clamped together and lead puured in to create a single bullet. Perfectly preserved! Measures 34 mm tall! #54: $85 SOLD

Medieval iron caltrop ("calthrop"). 8th-11th century AD. Anti-cavalry wrapon, these were spread around the outside of fortifications, to stop enemy horses in their tracks upon event of a seige. No matter how they sat on the ground, a sharpened spike was always sticking straight up. A gorgeous example! 2 3/4 inches across the widest points. #9489: $145 SOLD


One of the most amazing piece's I've had... a Medieval German gauntlet! Steel left-hand gauntlet / hand armor. Dates from c. 1580-1620 AD. Brightly-polished steel (light rust on the inside) with brass rivets. Missing all but the top knuckle of four of the fingers and thumb (held on by leather strips). Only slightly restored but the original parts are in fantastic condition. A great display-piece! Measures 10 1/2 x 6". #gauntlet1870: SOLD

Medieval Germany. An AMAZING fragment of chain-maille armor. This dates to 1100-1500 AD. Measures 100 mm (nearly 4 inches) long! Many segments are still flexible. Extremely rare this intact. An outstanding example, best I've seen! #cm018: $425 SOLD


Medieval Europe. 12th-16th century AD. Bronze bullet-die for a lead bullet. Two sides of these would have been clamped together and lead puured in to create a single bullet. Perfectly preserved! Measures a large 30 mm tall. Big piece of original iron clamp bit still intact! #1678: $125 SOLD


Medieval England, c. 1300 AD. Fantastic and large intact section of chain maille armor. Made of tightly woven iron ringlets. Found in Oxford, UK. Chain mail was a very effective but costly form of armor to produce... only the richest of knights could have afforded to wear it. Measures 105 x 70 mm (4 1/8" x 3"). Nice dark gunmetal-grey tone. ex-UK private collection. #AM2020: $1250 SOLD

Nomadic horse tribes, c. 5th-13th century AD. Fantastic large iron spear-tip/arrowhead. Long, sleek form, still very sharp. Long 117 mm (4 5/8") with a great silvery tone. Professionally cleaned & conserved. #36945: $225 SOLD



Medieval/Crusades Europe, c. 12th-13th century AD. Iron long-bow arrowhead. Socketed type with barbed point. 54 mm (2 1/8") long. ex-Indianapolis, IN museum collection. #AM2041: $175 SOLD

Crusades / Medieval Europe, c. 1198 - 1375 AD. Fantastic and large bronze long-bow arrowhead found in Armenia. Two barbed blades with raised central midriff and long squared tang. 79 mm (3 1/8") long! Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Still very sharp! Extremely rare. #WP2030: $299 SOLD

Crusades / Medieval Europe, c. 1198 - 1375 AD. Excellent large bronze long-bow arrowhead found in Armenia. Two barbed blades with raised central midriff and long squared tang. 64 mm (2 1/2") long! Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Still very sharp! Extremely rare. #WP2065: $299 SOLD


Byzantine/Medieval, c. 10th - 14th Century AD. Fantastic open-work fire-throwing arrow tip. With rounded base and tapering flat blade, the cut-out interior of which with four joined circles, long narrow tang a back. Made for flammable material to be wrapped inside and shot into buildings during a siege. L: 5 1/2" (14 cm). Intact with a stable oxide patina. Ex Los Angeles private collection. Fantastic! #WP2173: $375 SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 1200-1400 AD. Long iron spear-tip.
Measures 124 mm (4 7/8") long with excellent surfaces, perfectly preserved and still very sharp. Found near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. ex-Los Angeles, CA private collection.
#WP2243: $275
SOLD



Crusaders, 13th century AD. Large iron arrowhead, found in Israel. 93 mm (3 5/8"). Very impressive! #WP2185: $250 SOLD

Crusaders, 13th century AD. Long iron arrowhead, found in Israel. 94 mm (3 11/16"). Flat blade, and long tang. #WP2186: $199 SOLD

Medieval Europe, c. 1200-1400 AD. Long iron spear-tip.
Measures 10 cm (4") long with diamond-shaped blade. Found near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. ex-Midwest USA scholasic collection. #AM2042: $125
SOLD

Medieval / Byzantine Europe, 8th-10th century AD. Long iron swallow-tail javelin point with interesting spiral-twist to the metal shaft just behind the point. 85 mm (3 3/8") long. ex-UK private collection. #WP2087: $225 SOLD

Medieval Europe, 13th-15th century AD. Beautiful long iron crossbow-bolt. Found at the site of a Medieval Austro-Hungarian battlefield in former Czechoslovakia, central Europe. 94 mm
(3 5/8"), still sharp! Professional conservation. #WP2159: $150
SOLD

Medieval iron crossbow-bolt, 14th-15th century AD.
Found at the site of the 1432 attack on Coburg Castle in Germany. 63 mm (2 1/2") with chunky, heavy design. Professional conservation. #WP2267: $125
SOLD
Medieval Europe, c. 1250-1400 AD. Awesome iron spear-tip. Finely-sharpened barbs on both edges. 80 mm (3 1/8"), in an excellent state of preservation. ex-Los Angeles collection. #WP2269: $175 SOLD

Fantastic Medieval longbow arrow-head, 8th-10th century AD. Made of iron with long 2-barbed swallowtail head and wide socketed neck. 113 mm (4 1/2"). Nicely preserved with good surfaces. Found at an ancient battle site near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. ex-New York collection. #WP2335: $350 SOLD

Medieval England, c. 12th-14th century AD. Incredible and very rare fragment of chain-maille armor! Made of iron and beautifully-preserved, the rings still connected, the whole piece still flexible. Absolutely marvelous. Quite large: measures 13 xm x 3 cm (5" x 1 1/2") fully extended, each ring measures around 11 mm (7/16"). ex-old British collection, found in Cambridegshire, England. #AM2105: $550 SOLD