Circa 1500 English quillon dagger with nagel. A uniquely English design with a hollow bronze pommel, bronze quillon guard with shell shaped nagel. Oiled laburnum grip and single edged blade with makers mark
Brown Double layered vegtan leather sheath, with bronze shell shaped chape.
Blade length: 21cm/8.25"
Grip length: 8cm/3.25"
Overall length: 31cm/12.5"
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