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Gothic Flanged Mace

Gothic Flanged Mace

Gothic Flanged Mace

Catalogue ID: 448

From the last quarter of the 15th C Not just effective weapons of war, these maces are beautiful pieces of art and symbols of power and authority over other men. This example has been completely hand crafted using the techniques of the time. The slots for the flange have been cut into the shaft with a chisel. The ferrules and knobs are all forged into shape. Then once all the components are assembled the whole piece is brazed together and painstakingly hand filed and polished to its present form.

    • Keyword 1450-1500AD, German
 

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Iron Mace Head

Iron Mace Head

Iron Mace Head

Catalogue ID: 613

Examples of this kind of mace have been found all over europe and were most likely manufactured in several Centres.

    • Keyword 1200-1300AD, German
 

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Flanged Mace

Flanged Mace

Flanged Mace

Catalogue ID: 594

Accurately constructed flanged mace with hollow haft. All the components have been brazed together and carefully hand polished. The grip is bound with waxed linen.

    • Keyword 1450-1500AD, German
 

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Viking style mace

Viking style mace

Viking style mace

Catalogue ID: 260

Scandanavian cast bronze mace head. Based on a bronze mace head from Norrkvia, Grotlingbo, Gotland. Now in the SHM in Stockholm. The information comes from the book Viking Artefacts by James Graham-Campbell.

    • Keyword 800-1000AD, Viking, Saxon
 

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Flanged mace

Flanged mace

Flanged mace

Catalogue ID: 255

Flanged mace head

    • Keyword 1200-1300AD, French
 

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