ANTIQUE INDO PERSIAN MUGHAL MACE WITH KHANDA HILT, 17th century
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17th century Indian Mughal mace (shashbura,lung tearer).
DETAILS: made entirely of steel, head formed of nine flanges below a domed finial, cylindrical haft with Khanda type basket hilt. The mace was one of the principal weapons used for hand-to-hand fighting and it was commonly hung from the saddle. These types of maces were used widely in Eastern Europe.
MEASUREMENTS: overall length: 79 cm (31 in).
CONDITION: chipped guard, two small holes in disc pommel, very dark age patina.
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- Militaria & Weapons
- 17th century
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- old patina