This medieval dagger was created after handling the original in the Royal Armouries collection and is a curious piece.
It is English and around 1400, but otherwise is of an unknown type. The blade has a series of cut out on the false edge, for no apparent reason and the guard and pommel are of bronze, engraved with a spiders web motif. The grip is cord bound leather and the dagger comes complete with a double layer veg tan sheath with some stamped decoration to front and incised decoration to rear.
A poplar wood cored scabbard, covered in veg tan leather and with some stamped decoration to top third. The scabbard is suspended from embossed veg tan leather belts with bronze...
This medieval dagger is based heavily on a piece owned by Alexander Balliol and dated 1280. The double edged blade is fitted to a simple steel cross guard and octagonal...
Medieval war hammer or bec de corbin based on a piece in the Doges ' Palace in Venice and captured after a battle in the late 14thC. This version has...