Long spear, chang qiang, with a long iron blade comprising two main parts. The upper part is an arrow-like pointed blade with slightly median ridge and two incurving hooks. The lower part has a quadrilateral top with coin-shaped openwork, flanked by two barbs connecting down to a straight blade with slightly median ridge. The whole blade emerges from the mouth of a brass dragon head. Below the dragon head is a hexagonal brass guard, mounted onto a wooden shaft with three brass rings. Four brass flower designs inlaid on the shaft between the rings.