An axe etched with a chase scene of a stag, hounds and mounted hunters.
A Double-Headed Battle Axe with large head, an extended handle and highly etched blade depicting a crest, stags and deer.
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A Battle Axe with a plain head, the handle is wood and bound in leather.
Weapons of Long and Short Reach :
Two halberds (the pole weapons with the axe blades), a partisan (the spear-like weapon with the forward-turned side blades), a flamberge (wavy bladed) sword and a flanged mace.
Sectioned (threaded), long handled trident, made from highly polished steel with a leather bound handle. The detachable (threaded) steel tip is in the shape of a small mace in this picture but it can be customised to any shape.
TRIDENT (Lat. tridens, tn-, tres, three and dens, tooth), a three-toothed or three-pronged fork or spear.
Most famously the Trident was a symbol of Poseidons' (the Greek God of the Sea) power but it has also been linked to other religions and cultures. The Hindu God Shiva is said to have a trident with a stabiliser so that it will fly when thrown as a weapon. Roman gladiators were reputed to use them in the arena in conjunction with a net. Satan (the Devil) is often portrayed with a trident in his possession. The trident is also a symbol of the sea and is the central symbol in the flag of Barbados.
A pair of battle ready flanged maces, all steel construction with leather hand grip.
A Knight's Flail of Devastating Power:
A display replica of a Morgenstern or 'Morning Star' mace.
An heavy duty, elaborately shaped and etched double bladed axe.
A massive Double Headed Battle Axe with a knife blade in the hilt.