Here we have, a nice pair of arrow tips, from the Manchu-China war. They are in very good condition, with only the tip of the double edged piece being broken off. Very tiny piece, maybe less than 1/8" is gone. They both have a metal shaft on the back end to be inserted into a cane shaft. One double edged tip, and one long and round. The round tip has a copper band where it is attached to the cane, as you can see in the photos. The cane, or arrow shaft has been broken at some point, but part of it is there. The pieces measure 6 1/2" x 1", for the double edged tip, and the round tip measures 8" x 1/8". These took a special bow to shoot, due to the length of the arrows used. They were long, and some were over three feet long. Great, early tips to add to a collection of military items. Came from a large, local collection here in N.C.
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