A classic medieval bauernwehr knife dated to the 15thC.
This form of 'Farmers knife' is often seen in manuscripts and is heavily associated with hunting and geographically to the German states.
The handle scales are antler, the handle fittings, nagel and rivets are steel and the scabbard is made fro two layers of veg tan leather with an incised mythical beast.
Overall length 41cm/16"
Grip length 11cm/4.25"
Blade length 29cm/11.5"
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