German Alabarda

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It was used with great success as an infantry weapon, from the end of the Middle Ages to the 17th century.

It was his well-deserved reputation that many troops or elite nobility used "flashy" versions, with some military entities, which are using these days in public demonstrations and military parades and ceremonial weapons. Today, the Vatican's Swiss Guard uses this weapon not only ceremonial, but are also trained to use it as a weapon.

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    Place of manufacture Menorca (Spain)
    Time 202 cms.
    Material Madeira and Zamak