Late 14thC style rondel that is in honesty a little bit of fantasy as I don’t know of one with a similar grip in existence, however the pommel and guard are based on a late 14thC English example, and the use of the horn and bone is typically German. None of this matters much as the trade links were so strong, so think of it as an English made piece for the German export market.
Horn and Bone composite grip with bronze fittings and a strong hollow ground single edged blade and veg tan leather sheath with incised decoration with bronze chape.
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