This dagger features a 1960's grip replacement whilst mine shows what might have been.....Henry VIII's personal dagger from the early 16thC.
Delicate shell guard and strong single edged blade. Cap is speculative as original is missing, but is in line with both fashion and the guard
Fabricated steel throat and chape with stamped veg tan leather sheath.
Single edged with a 32cm bladeSpecification
Grip length – 10cm/4"
Blade length – 28cm/11"
Overall length – 38cm/15"
Blade thickness at hilt – 7mm
Handle components – Steel
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