Reivers dagger - Late 16thC Northern English/Lowland Scottish basket hilted dagger. Loosely based on a piece in York museum. Steel guard and pommel, cord bound leather grip. Heavy spined hollow ground double edged blade with copper inlaid makers mark. Red leather sheath with fabricated steel fittings.
Overall 20"/51cm, 4.25"/11cm
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