The hammer or maul,is one of the oldest Germanic weapons . Used by the cavalry from the 13th century . The hammer was found useful by its weight and its ability to smash even thick armor.
This replica of a hammer from the 14th century, is made of brass and is a beast with its mouth wide open . From the mouth of the beast comes the hammer head , which just like the mandrel , which is the tail of the beast , is made of steel .
The shaft of the hammer is made of wood and finishes at its end in brass .
– Richly decorated hammer
– Steel hammer head and spike end
– Material: Brass, steel
– Overall length: approx. 67 cm
– Blade length: approx. 15 cm
– Handle length: approx. 52 cm – Weight: approx. 1328 g
Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.