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The Corseque had curved wings bending back towards the handle of the weapon. It was similar to the partisan, but exhibited a spike rather than a blade. It was a specialized polearm built for punching through plate armour and hooking knights off their horses. Although "Italian" by origin and manufacture, Italy was the major arms and armour exporter of Europe in the 16th century, so the "Italian Corseque" was just as likely to have been found on the battlefields of France, Germany, etc., as Italy.
Haven't driven it through an enemy yet but the price and shipping (in Australia) represents excellent value. I have run differing grades of sandpaper over it to spruce it up. Solid, cheap, good. Unknown on 15th Jan 2020
Quite a large piece this one. Probably the nicest looking weapon I own. Has a not so subtle fleur de li's design which I find attractive. First polearm in my collection too. I have a nice tassie oak pole I'm going to mount it to. As always, swift delivery and incredible value for money! Devilman on 27th Aug 2019
Yet another qaulity piece to add in anyone's collection. Real well made. Phil on 4th Dec 2015