This medieval dagger is based on many Swiss and German examples of medieval Hauswehr daggers and was a standard dagger for men at arms, soldiers and civilians through this period.
Features a thick double edged blade with central fuller, copper inlaid makers mark, box wood grip and steel guards. Sheath is made from two layers of veg tan leather and is finished with a bronze chape.
Overall length 36cm/14"
Blade length 24cm/9.5"
Grip length 11cm/4.25"
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