European Horsemans Axe, ca. 1600
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One-piece head with 6 ½" convex axe blade, drawn out to a point at top and bottom; curved 5" diamond-section spike; integral oval socket. Octagonal ash shaft (probably the original), decorated with a pattern of iron nails. Head secured by bluntly-pointed faceted spike. Metal parts pitted with nice gunmetal patina. Overall length 28". Well- balance fighting axe. Provenance: Bonhams, Knightsbridge, 22 April, 2007, sold for 3600 British Pounds, including premium.
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- ca. 1600
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