14th-15thC Italian styled baselard. This military and civilian sidearm is seen all over Italian artwork and Effigies of the the14th/15thC period. This is a fine example with a horn grip , diamond section double-edged blade.
Double layer Vegtan red incised sheath with bronze chape
Blade length: 36cm/14.5"
Grip length: 10cm/4"
Overall length: 49cm/19.5"
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