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Wulflund – German Horseman’s Axe with Gothic Etching


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    Designed specifically to defeat heavily-armored opponents, late Medieval war axes such as this carried enough kinetic energy to cleave, or at least batter armored plate asunder. Many, such as this example, sported a “can-opening” pick on the reverse. The increasing use of plate armor forced warriors and weaponsmiths to redesign almost all medieval weaponry to optimize them to defeat armor – usually by maximizing kinetic force by minimizing the striking edge. The late medieval axes are certainly representative of this, as they now featured a spike or pick to puncture armor – a rarer addition to earlier weapons of this time.

    This Medieval Horsemans Axe from the Czech Republic is crafted from high carbon steel and is lavishly embellished with etching on both sides of the axe and with different designs on each side. The edge is unsharpened, though the extremities of the edge are thin enough that the blade could be considered slightly sharpened at its ends. The grip is of wood and long enough to accommodate two hands for additional leverage and power if desired.

    Overall Length27 5/8"
    Blade Length8 1/8"
    Weight5 lbs 12 oz
    Width10 3/4"
    Blade [CSN14260 High Carbon Steel]
    ClassBattle Ready
    Country of OriginCzech Republic


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