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Military Flail Date: 15th century Culture: German Medium: Iron Dimensions: L. 19 1/2 in. (49.5 cm); L. of each head and chain 11 5/8 in (29.5 cm); W. 1 1/2 in. (3.8 cm); Wt. 2 lb 2 oz. (963.9 cm)

Military Flail Date: century Culture: German Medium: Iron Dimensions: L. of each head and chain 11 in cm);

Horseman’s hammer. 1550, Germany. Chiselled steel with silver and gold. A hammer such as this would have been weilded by cavalry or by infantrymen. Hammers were designed to pound and tear armour.

Horseman’s hammer. Chiselled steel with silver and gold. A hammer such as this would have been wielded by cavalry or by infantrymen. Hammers were designed to pound and tear armour. *not a blade, but very cool*

Hermann Historica - Internationales Auktionshaus für Antiken, Alte Waffen, Orden und Ehrenzeichen, Historische Sammlungsstücke

Hermann Historica - Internationales Auktionshaus für Antiken, Alte Waffen, Orden und Ehrenzeichen, Historische Sammlungsstücke

UNIQUE: Historic Executioner's Sword from the Capital of Europe (XVIIth century)

UNIQUE: Historic Executioner's Sword from the Capital of Europe (XVIIth century)

medieval flail | Medieval Pole Weapons → Medieval Flails → Two-Headed Medievl Flail

The Two-Headed Medieval Flail has done none of these, instead opting to add a second head.

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