Based on a Metropolitan Museum example. Daggers with 'half a guard' and very slender grips were popular with Landsknechts and are typically German and dated around 1510-1540.
Comes with a black hand stitched, veg tan leather, double layered sheath.
Double edged with a 25cm blade with reinforced point and a horn a grip.
Grip length 95mm/3.75"
Overall length 36.5cm/14.5"
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