The Westminster Abbey arrow was found in the roof of Henry V's Chantry in the 1870s and has been tentatively dated to the 1430s. The arrow features a subtly barrelled shaft, deep red fletching compound and goose or swan fletchings. The head is a delicate Type 16 with tucked-in barbs.
This is a faithful replica of the original, with all dimensions and details carefully followed.
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