Curved gun-stock club of medium weight, with a triangular-sectioned head and an arch-sectioned spur at 90 degrees from each other in the crotch. The face of the head bears a longitudinal ridge, which divides it in half. The concave underside of the head has been given a rough bark like appearance, in contrast to the highly polished remainder of the club. The shaft terminates in a flat discoidal pommel.


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