This late medieval and Renaissance dagger is based on an example in a private collection. The half guard and the grip that favoured fashion above comfort marks this dagger out as a Landsknecht piece. Double sided blade and bronze grip fittings.
Double edged with a 26cm/10.5" blade and comes with a red veg tan leather sheath and bronze chape.
Grip length 10cm/4"
Overall length 37cm/14.5"
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