Reproduction of an axe head found in an 11th century cemetery in Lutomiersk, Poland. The bearded edge is typical of the period throughout northern Europe, but the elongated hammer head on the back is rather unusual. It's an excellent design feature, though, which adds weight to blows from the axe and provides additional clubbing capability. Supplied is the axe head only, the shaft pictured above is a trained photographer's model and is not included in the sale price. The blade edge is unsharpened for use by reenactors and stage combatants - note that it is not a full 2mm blunt, but it's not hack-though-shields sharp, either.
hammer: 4 1/2" x 3/4" blade width:
socket interior: 2" x 1 1/8"
weight: 1 lb 13.4 oz
Discontinued and sold out