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"
This medieval, Arn style sword scabbard built for the Albion Reeve, Bayeux and Stamford swords has a fabric lined wooden core covered in a veg tan leather outer and fitted...
UK SHIPPING ONLY Medieval round topped kite shield, the classic shield of the 11th and 12thC This medieval kite shield is constructed from plywood, gently curved, faced inside and out...
Scabbard to suit Albion Crecy sword. A poplar wood cored scabbard, covered in veg tan leather and with some lovely incised vine leaf carved decoration A poplar wood cored scabbard,...