Medieval sword scabbard for an Albion Sheriff, Sovereign or Yeoman sword.
Poplar wood cored medieval sword scabbard with a veg tan outer with a medieval 'z' style belt harness. The belt is attached using a classic style of the 13th and 14thC and the belt is finished with an elaborate bronze buckle set and the scabbard is finished with a bronze chape.
The scabbard is in a dark red and the belt is a dark brown.
This delicate medieval bollock dagger is based on a museum example from Rothenberg. Late 15thC. A thin, but deadly and finely proportioned bollock dagger - perfect for a gentleman about town and...
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