This lovely 15thC bollock dagger is based on a museum example from Rothenberg. A strong and finely detailed piece with a unique guard and engraved pommel cap - a high status dagger.
This medieval dagger has a diamond section double sided blade, copper inlaid makers mark, dyed and waxed black hawthorn handle and red veg tan sheath with hemp suspension cords and bronze chape.
Pommel inscription reads "The right hand of the Lord has wrought strength"
Grip length – 8.5cm/3.75"
Blade length – 27cm/11"
Overall length – 41cm/16"
Blade thickness at hilt – 8mm
Handle components – Bronze/hawthorn
Pictures of knife with black sheath are previous in stock version which is not 'in stock' at the moment.
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