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Medieval polearm - Lucerne hammer,15th-16th century

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... it is not a blade ... but maybe Moderators will not remove this post.
I finished the hammer of a Swiss infantryman from the turn of the 15th-16th century.
I made it to the museum as an original from the period, so I had to make it.
The long one is 132 cm long, steel plus iron plus bronze and black oak.

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Wow!  Really nice!

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Nice... and YIKES that could do some serious damage

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That is excellent work Ibor. Hope to make one someday. What steel did you use? Did you take any progress pictures? Thanks 

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My favorite medieval polearm! Beautiful work. About how much does it weigh? 

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Excellent recreation of a fearsome weapon.

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