Early 16thC Landsknecht quillon dagger.
Landsknechts loved flash. Landsknechts loved fancy.
This dagger fits the bill perfectly. Bronze Fish tail pommel, slender horn and bone grip going into ‘S’ shaped bronze quillons and guard and all fitted to a strong but slender double edged blade.
Comes with a double layer black veg tan sheath with stamped and incised decoration and fitted with a bronze chape and suspended from a hemp cord.
Blade length: 22cm/8.5"
grip length: 9.5cm/3.75"
overall length: 34cm/13.25"
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