War Hammer of Dain Ironfoot
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  • Authentically detailed collectible
  • Steel reinforced polyresin with molded details
  • 19 1/2” hammer head; 35” overall length
  • Presented with a polystone wall mount display
  • Includes certificate of authenticity


One of the greatest warriors in Middle-earth, Dain Ironfoot, led his army of Iron Hill Dwarves in defense of Erebor in a mighty battle of five armies. He fiercely conquered his foes on the battle-field with his war hammer, a heavy, brutal weapon, marred with the scars and battle damage from many years of use. This authentically detailed collectible is a reproduction of the CGI digital model used in the motion picture, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. The 35” War Hammer is crafted in steel reinforced polyresin, with precisely-molded details and coloring. It is presented with a polystone wall display and includes a certificate of authenticity.


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Attention Grabbing Reviewed by Franklin Calderwood on Dec 12, 2016   5 out of 5

Typically United's polyresin replicas are met with warranted skepticism (it's a weapon made of plastic after all) but I've got to admit they're a sight to behold. This is the third polyresin piece I've collected (after the Mace of Azog and Mace of Sauron) and it falls into the same category as those other two: amazing to look at, not much to feel. The reason I love the swords United makes is because I can walk into the room and pick one up and it feels like a powerful, something this polyresin replica doesn't grant. It's obvious why they don't make the maces and warhammers out of metal (weight and precision of molding), but there's really no substitute for steel in the realism department. Bottom line: if you're the kind of collector who wants an attention grabbing piece, get this one. If you're the kind (like me) who likes to pick things up and experience the feel of it, maybe you're better off investing in some steel replicas.



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