This medieval baselard dagger is an iconic dagger; dated around 1400 and is an example of the English and Italian style of baselard, made quite differently to the Swiss/German style. Based on a piece from the Royal Armouries in Leeds. Long and slender and suitable for either a civilian or soldier.
Double sided with a 36cm blade with twin fullers, yew grip scales and comes with a leather sheath with incised decoration and a bronze chape.
Blade length 36cm/14"
Grip length 10cm/4"
Overall length 49cm/19"
This hybrid medieval rondel and bollock dagger is based on a museum example. France in particular seemed to like bollock daggers with 3 balls....Has a strong triangular piercing blade. Triangular...
This medieval bollock dagger is based on a museum example. Three ball bollock daggers were mainly found in France and this is a typical example using bronze fittings and a...
A 14thC hunting knife with a stout single edged blade with a distinctive shape and copper inlaid makers mark. Box wood grip scales with dot and circle decoration, a beautifully...