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Head of mace, Lucerne, S. XV-XVI

Mallet head model Lucerne made in steel hand forged. Our replica is based on original findings of the XVI century. Is a construction quite simple with a tip that is perforated, a mounting shaft grooving, and a hammer party. Due to a best shipping, the hub is delivered without axis. Recommend ash wood. The original has a total length of 195 cm

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133390000
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The hammer of Lucerne, also called Beak of a Hawk, was used between the XIV and XVI centuries. It is a special form of the war hammer, which combines three weapons at once: a point to push, a hammer with sharp or pointed edges and a curved tip, also called peak. The hammer of Lucerne is often called Mordaxt. It was used by the ground troops, and its purpose was to fight against knights with plate armor.

Manufacturer
Ulfberth

Data sheet

Long
63.5 cm.
Material
Acero
Weight
1170 gr.
133390000
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