This medieval rondel dagger is based very closely on A726 from the Wallace Collection. Found the 14thC. Hollow steel rondels, bronze panels to the sides of the grip, and a long, strong hollow ground blade define this iconic piece. Suit English or French soldier or man at arms.
Single edged with a 38cm blade and comes with a leather sheath and bronze chape.
Grip length – 10cm
Blade length – 38cm
Overall length – 50cm
Blade thickness at hilt – 12mm
Handle components – Steel and bronze
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