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H7652-3 Miniature mace, part of miniature knight and horse, steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890.. Click to enlarge.

Miniature mace, part of miniature knight and horse, steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890.

    Miniature worked steel mace, with decorative handle and hole for attachment to armour.

    Summary

    Object No.

    H7652-3

    Object Statement

    Miniature mace, part of miniature knight and horse, steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890.

    Physical Description

    Miniature worked steel mace, with decorative handle and hole for attachment to armour.

    Dimensions

    Width

    70 mm

    Depth

    10 mm

    Cite this Object

    Harvard

    Miniature mace, part of miniature knight and horse, steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890. 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2020, <https://ma.as/248941>

    Wikipedia

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