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Bar Mace

#600652
$130.00

The remains of a mace of this type were found in the River Thames, but they were in use all across Europe. Little finesse was needed for this brutal mace, and a warrior strong enough to wield it could crush helms and break swords with the heavy blows it could deliver. Made from four bars of steel with a wood and leather grip and a large steel pommel to help balance it, this is indeed an awesome weapon. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. $5.00 additional Shipping & Handling charge with item.
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Overview


Circa 1300
The remains of a mace of this type were found in the River Thames, but they were in use all across Europe. Little finesse was needed for this brutal mace, and a warrior strong enough to wield it could crush helms and break swords with the heavy blows it could deliver. Made from four bars of steel with a wood and leather grip and a large steel pommel to help balance it, this is indeed an awesome weapon. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
  • Overall: 28-1/2"
  • Blade: 20" x 2" x 3/16"
  • Wt: 4 lbs/8 oz
 

Reviews


I always been fascinated by this . The length , size , and weight is perfect for my hand . And it's beautiful piece of history . Sometimes I feel that I was born in the wrong place and in the wrong century . I love this piece . Thank you ! JJ
From: Jan vincentc, December 16, 2016
Be a Royal Knight yielding a powerful mace!  Absolutely awesome and astounding piece of Medieval History.  This is so cool!
From: Sam, September 01, 2016
Take that, obnoxious drunks! Oh, wait - it's named that because it's made of welded steel bars. Hm. Still ... why not LOL?!  A brutal find indeed!
From: GORDON, May 16, 2016
Just in case you didn't notice the other reviews, yes this thing is a beast. Not particularly "pretty" but I imagine very effective. It's rather weighty towards the business end despite the large pommel. It's easily the heaviest mace in my collection. Very nice!
From: Ross, September 15, 2015
This is The Beast!
From: Kevin, August 06, 2013
It would be a brutal piece of steel to meet in combat.  I love it!
From: Bruce, September 10, 2011
UHGG! ME LIKE!
From: B L, July 17, 2009

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