This medieval quillon dagger is based on numerous examples and with the slightly downturned guard and the wheel pommel it is typical of daggers of the 14th Century. Daggers similar to this were common for knights and men at arms over a long period of time.
Double edged with 30cm/12" blade and comes with a brown leather sheath and bronze chape. Fittings are steel and the grip is brown cord bound leather.
Grip length 9cm/3.5"
Blade length 30cm/12"
Overall length 43cm/17"
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