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"
French Madonna rondel with reinforced tip Rondel dagger based on a composite of pieces from the Army Museum in Paris and dated around 1500. The grip is made of ribbed...
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