Italian Corseque AH-3520
The Italian Corseque was an unusual circa 1550 Medieval Polearm with a spear like head most likely derived from the trident and similar to the German Runka. These polearms were also known as "Corsesca, Rawcon and Ranseur" and were used during the late middle ages and ceremonially into the 1700's. Mounted on a Sisau Hardwood Pole.
Head is 24 3/4", Pole is 72"