Greek Bronze Tri-lobed Arrowhead

We have acquired some small, but deadly, Greek bronze arrowheads from a large collection. They measure 20-25 mm and no two are exactly the same. This is because the Greek archers in the 4th Century B.C. would create and carry a portable mould, making the arrows as they required them. These are ‘tri-lobed', which means they are 3 sided with a socket for the wooden shaft and come from ancient Thrace and Macedonia in Northern Greece. These interesting arrowheads will have certificate of authenticity and are yours for only £35.
Availability: In stock
SKU: AGA0005
£35.00
Customers who bought this item also bought
Aurelian Billon Antoninianus _obv

Aurelian Billon Antoninianus GVF

After a long and successful career in the army Aurelian was declared emperor by his troops on the death of Claudius II Gothicus in A.D. 270. His reputation alone defeated his rival Quintillus who committed suicide after his troops deserted. His short, violent five year reign saw the defeat of the rebellious ‘Palmyrene Empire’ in the East and the breakaway ‘Gallic Empire’ in the west, restoring the fractured Roman Empire to its largest size in 15 years. He also began the construction of a great defensive wall around the city of Rome, large sections of which are still standing today. As was common at the time, he died at the hands of his own men in A.D. 275. We offer Billon Antoninianus of Aurelian in Good Very Fine condition showing his radiate bust on the obverse and with various reverses. As always with coins of this period some will have weaker reverses, the first to order will get the best!
£49.50
Iron_Crossbow_bolt_head. Ca. 12/14 A.D.

Iron Crossbow bolt head. Ca. 12/14 A.D.

The crossbow has been around a lot longer than most people think. In China, crossbow mechanisms have been found from 650 B.C. with a repeating crossbow as early as 300 B.C.! In Europe, the Greeks write they were around before at least 400 B.C. While the average crossbow had a much slower rate of fire than a bow, it did not take a lifetime of training to use properly. This meant they were the main ranged weapon used by most nations in medieval warfare, except for England. We offer the iron heads of Medieval crossbow bolts from Europe in the 12th to 14th Centuries. They average about 8cm, come with a Certificate of Authenticity and make a great present or an affordable addition to any collection. There were many different designs over 300 years so they might look a little different to the picture as this is representative.
£45.00
Germany 500 Million Marks 1923

Germany 500 Million Marks 1923 P110 Unc

Germany 500 million marks 1923 P110 Uniface Brown on cream Unc
£8.75