This Medieval quillon dagger is a variant on the A811 from the Wallace collection.
The gothic appearance of this late 15th medieval dagger is one of the iconic pieces from the Wallace Collection, though this dagger has different guard to the original.
The dagger has a strong single edged blade with sharpened false edge and a copper inlaid makers mark.
The sheath is made from a double layer of veg tan leather, dyed black, decorated with stamping and finished with a fabricated steel chape and throat.
Overall length 43cm/17"
Grip length 9.5cm/3.75"
Blade length 32cm/12.5"
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