15thC to early 16th. This all steel renaissance rondel dagger is based on existing examples. These small but powerfully built daggers of the early 16thC, were popular with Landsknechts and are characteristically German of this period.
Small and delicate looking, a triangular hollow ground blade.
Comes with a black ,double layer veg tan leather sheath, fitted with a bronze chape and houses a stout hollow ground triangular blade.
Overall length 33cm/13"
Blade length 23cm/9"
Grip length 9.cm/3.5"
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