Battle axe, Germany 16th. C.

German battle axe of the cavalry in southern Germany; it is a military version of the traditional lumberjack axes, lighter and stylized that allows to brandish it with greater ease, and with a sharp blade to be more effective.

At this time, the appearance of plate armor, led to the specialization of axes, they begin to have a peak on the opposite side of the sheet and a vertical blade on the top. This is because the penetration was a determining factor for perforating the armor.

Reference 6602

Dimensions: 75 cm
Weight: 945 g
Epoch: Medieval Europe VI-XV C.
Type Collectible: Battle-axes & halberds

Recommended price 62.23
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