Based on sketches from Talhoffer fightbook – mid 15thC. Speculation and interpretation was required to convert the imaginings of Talhoffer into a workable weapon (the sketch had interchangeable screw in blades - this does not) and this is the result.
Double edged, copper inlaid makers mark, with a double layer veg tan leather scabbard finished with a bronze chape.
Grip length – 9cm/3.5"
Blade length – 30cm/12"
Overall length – 43cm/17"
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