This handsome german mace have 8 flanges and is made from steel that has been blackened to a deep luster. The bottom of the shaft is wrapped in black leather for an improved grip. More information...
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German Mace, 16th Century
By the 15th Century, armor had become so well developed that it was almost impervious to a sword cut and even a thrust. This heavy German mace, which evolved from man’s oldest weapon, the club, could make short work of armor. With a few full sound blows the best of plate would be so damaged that the wearer’s movement would be greatly impaired, quickly leading to defeat.
- Total length 605mm
- The part of the grip made of leather is about 205mm long
- The handle is wrapped in cowhide, the ends of which are sewn together
- 8 blades / blades with a length of approx. 97mm
- The lamellae / blades are about 5.7mm thick at the haft, and at their ends about 9.2mm thick
- Diameter of the steel haft about 22mm
- Black coated finish
- Weight approx. 910 g
The handle is hollow from inside and it is made in single piece i.e the shaft in made in one piece with no joint.
Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®