16th Century German Mace

16th Century German Mace

By the 15th Century, armor had become so well developed that it was almost impervious to a sword cut and even a thrust.

  • Price: $100.00

16th Century Italian Mace

16th Century Italian Mace

The mace developed from man’s oldest weapon, a stone topped club,

  • Price: $95.00

Bar Mace

Bar Mace

Based on a circa 1300 design.

  • Price: $155.00

Bishops Flail

Bishops Flail

Studded bishops flail.

  • Price: $180.00
  • Sale Price: $150.00

English War Hammer

English War Hammer

Based on a circa 1430 design. Based on an original in a private collection.

  • Price: $95.00

Flail

Flail

Originally a Medieval corn threshing implement.

  • Price: $52.00

Four Flanged Mace

Four Flanged Mace

Four flanged mace.

  • Price: $120.00
  • Sale Price: $95.00

German Mace

German Mace

Based on a circa 1550 design.

  • Price: $100.00

German War Hammer

German War Hammer

Based on a circa 1350 design. Based on an original in the German National Museum in Nuremberg.

  • Price: $73.00

Heavy War Hammer

Heavy War Hammer

Armor of all degrees would be sorely damaged with this hammer. The spike could crush through helmet or damage a sword arm to great effect.

  • Price: $89.00

Late Period Warhammer

Late Period Warhammer

Based on a circa 1575 design. The original is in the Nurenberg Museum.

  • Price: $84.00

War Hammer

War Hammer

Based on a circa 1400 design. By the mid 1400’s armor had developed to the point that it was almost impervious to a sword blow.

  • Price: $125.00