A classic 15thC hauswehr with brass fittings rather than the more usual steel. It has a very stout double edged blade with broad central fuller and inlaid makers mark.
The sheath is formed from two layers of veg tan leather, dyed black and fitted with fabricated brass fittings and finished with a hanging loop.
Overall length 36cm/14" Blade length 24cm/9.5" Grip length 11cm/4.5"
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