An ash archers maul, weighted with lead and set with 6 chunky iron nails.
The sort of maul that could have been made in any village from the 12thC to the 20thC and is perfect for a medieval archer all the way through to a WW1 trench club.
Overall length 50cm/20"
Medieval war hammer or bec de corbin based on a piece in the Doges ' Palace in Venice and captured after a battle in the late 14thC. This version has...
This is a stunning and authentic reproduction of a Viking battle axe made by a very skilled friend. These were devastating weapons that were used to great effect against the...
This 15thC European Hunting medieval crossbow is based on existing examples to be found in many museums across Europe. It has a very characteristic curvy shape and is finished with...