- Unknown Artist / Maker
- c. 1600
- Iron or steel, velvet and leather
- Length: 34.9 cm, blade, including socket
Width: 13 cm, at greatest
Weight: 2.67 kg
- European Armoury I
Images & Media
- Boar spear, with a large, leaf-shaped head with strong central rib; hexagonal socket, the whole made in one piece. Hinged to the socket is a moulded cross-bar, as on A936; two side-straps (of later date). The staff is plaited with leather thongs secured by round-headed nails, and partly bound with red velvet.
German, about 1600.
The cross-bars of these two weapons (A935-A936) were probably added when the present identical shafts were fitted.