This Renaissance dagger is based on original drawings from the work books of Holbein the Younger. This is an accurate design you could have chosen from around 1536 out of his work books - very high status. The head I believe represents Saturn.
Double edged with a 28cm hollow ground blade with reinforced tip and comes with a leather sheath and bronze chape.
Grip length – 9cm 3.5"
Blade length – 28cm. 11'
Overall length – 42cm. 16.,5"
Blade thickness at hilt – 10mm
Handle components – Bronze and horn
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