Weight: 1.65 kg This hammer is a replica of the 1430 Italian hammer now on display in Museo Civico Correr in Venice.
The top spike on this hammer and it's length mark it as a footman's weapon that was developed to defeat plate armor.
This hammer is similar in design to the Bec de Corbin, with a balanced design that utilizes hammer, spike, and spear to devastating effect. Mounted on a long haft, this pole arm features the typical advantage of a pole weapon.The hammer head offers a point of impact for blunt force trauma, the reverse spike poll can hook riders and pierce plate, and the thin spear point can slip through the chinks in armor. It is battle ready but can also be used for costume dressing.