Medieval fist war hammer with bronze fist and steel dagger.
This form of medieval war hammer was popular in Germany and Bohemia is the 15thC and is based on a piece from Herman Historica. Similar hammers can be seen in Talhoffer.
The shaft is made from ash and stained black and then waxed.
Overall length 57cm/22.5"
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS LIKELY TO BE A 3 WEEK LEAD TIME ON THIS ITEM
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