This medieval dagger is a mid 15thC typically English rondel dagger well suited to man at arms or low grade knight. It has steel discs for both rondel sets, separated by thin leather spacing discs and riveted together. The grip is made from barley twist box wood.
The double layer veg tan leather sheath has stamped decoration and is suspended from a integrally woven hemp cord and finished with a bronze chape.
Overall length 35cm/14"
Blade length 23cm/9.25"
Grip length 95mm/3.75mm
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