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RARE! Impressive 18" long American Revolution era Hand-Forged Large Flat Head Leaf Style Spontoon or Pike, Perfect Example of a Colonial America Army, Unmarked and Reportedly Dug around Plattsburgh, New York - #6



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American Handforged Spontoons, Trench Spikes, Infantry and Cavalry lances

Above is a collection of American Revolution-era spontoons carried by infantry, lances carried by cavalry, trench pikes used in defensive positions, and artillery defense pole arms against charging cavalry.

Offered here is an impressive 18" long with a 1.5" "leaf" shaped flat blade spontoon typically carried by foot infantry. It has a hand-forged rolled-over socket for placement onto a pike, pole or spear, with a center ring. Similar examples are found in "The Collector's Encyclopedia of the Revolutionary War" and "Swords and Blades of the American Revolution" reference guides. An imposing piece of military weaponry of the period. This could have been used by either British or American land forces, most likely American. This is NOT a naval boarding pike head.

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Handforged Revolution Trench Spontoon Head

 
RARE! Colonial Period American Revolution Spoontoon Flat Head Pike - #6
Excavated in/around Plattsburgh, NY. Hand forged hand-forged rolled-over socket for placement onto a pike, pole or spear, with a center ring. Unmarked and most likely used by American Foot Infantry,
 
hand forged spontoon flat head rolled-over socket Click Photo!
Impressive 18" long, Blade is 11.25", Heavy! Some pitting and rusting on blade consistent with age.  
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