This classic German and Swiss medieval dagger of the 14th, 15th and 16thC is based on multiple examples. Constructed very differently to the Italian and English variants, using a whittle tang rather than scale tang, this medieval baselard dagger has a short and stout double sided blade with a small amount of flare near the guard.
These examples shown with custom metal work.
Double edged with 25cm blade
Grip length – 9cm
Blade length – 25cm
Overall length – 37cm
Blade thickness at hilt – 8mm
Handle components – Steel
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