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Beautiful replica of a late medieval mace. Those maces, also known as mallets, have been used by infantry as well as cavalry as a weapon. Maces were very effectively against plate armour, but scorned by the higher social classes. This mace with six pointed limbs is entirely made of steel.

The master to this replica is displayed today at the British Museum in London.

Our medieval mace is made after one that was part of the original collection of the British Museum, bequeathed by Sir Hans Sloane in 1753. Sloane had a small collection of weapons and this mace was one of his important medieval items. It was discovered in Windsor, and may have originally been kept at Windsor Castle. The origin of the ring on the shaft is unknown and may have been used for to mount the weapon for display.

Our English Mace is crafted from high carbon steel and very robust but made for decoration purposes only and is not a fighting weapon.
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Medieval Mace British Museum

£75.00Price
Out of Stock
  • Length: approx. 54 cm
    Weight: approx. 1.1 kg

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