AX OF RAGNAR - 66 CmSteel ax with wooden and leather handle, fitted with a wooden wall panel , Inspired by Ragnar Lothbrok's ax from the Vikings series.Ragnar Lothbrok is a mighty and legendary Viking hero, warrior, and explorer, king of Kattegat and founder of the house of Lothbrok.He is guided not..
Vikings - Weapons of FlokiFloki is a genius ship builder and he designs and builds the prototype of the new generation of Viking ships which can sail across the open ocean but also up the shallowest of rivers. Without Floki, Ragnar would have never been able to fulfill his dreams of discovering new ..
German 14th Century War AxeDecorative replica of a medieval axe, used primarily by German mercenaries.Details:- total length including shisam wood shaft: approx. 69 cm- blade length: approx. 14.5 cm- weight: approx. 1.1 kgPlease note!We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18...
Hatchet-at-arms, in use in Europe in the sixteenth century. The name is an abbreviation of dark men-at-arms, especially because it worked by professional warriors who fought on horseback. The complex consists of an ax head to hit the cutting, from a pen to take blows from a blunt and pointed to nag ..
Hatchet-at-arms, in use in Europe in the fifteenth century. The name is an abbreviation of dark men-at-arms, especially because it worked by professional warriors who fought on horseback.
The head is large, has a shape cleaver, enriched with a wavy pattern on the inside edge.
Battle-ax. Model in use in Central and Eastern Europe with a characteristic crescent-shaped head with elongated upper corner, suitable also affect peak. Widespread since the thirteenth century, continued to be used until the XV century through successive variations. Head of forged iron and handmade...
Hatchet war of the twelfth or thirteenth century. Weapon inastata short. This particular version is also known as the Dark "by sapper" used to build war machines during sieges. The head is forged iron and handmade. Even the handle, in wood, is made by hand. Browning, finally, gives a worn look to ..
battle-ax in use since the late antiquity among the peoples of Northern Europe. Its use spread throughout the continent following the Germanic migrations in the fifth century and continued in the following centuries. The specimen dates back to the twelfth or thirteenth century, also used by knights ..
The double ax, that is equipped with double-blade, was used by many people as a weapon of ancient sacrificial and therefore regarded as a symbol of divine power. In Rome, evolved through its presence in the beam, as a sign of political power.
Head of cast metal. Handle made of wood with hardboard na..
Reproduction ornamental battle-ax from the turn of the fifteenth century. Head of cast metal. The handle is made of wood hardboard national and has a handle shaped. At its lower end is fitted with a metal eyelet useful to expose the ax. Total length 60 cm, head width 20 cm, weight 710 gr...