14th Century Dagger

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Daggers serve as secondary or tertiary weapons, differing from knives with their expert ability to stab and thrust. The 14th Century Dagger makes a stylish example of a functional, historical dagger. This dagger, a replica of a 14th Century dagger housed in the Royal Armouries at Leeds, features a tempered, high-carbon steel blade. The blade displays a traditional straight edge with a subtle profile taper. The fittings are made of mild steel, and the grip is crafted from wood. This dagger displays a curved guard and pommel that provides its wielder with a sure grip. Decorative display and historical re-enactment both suit this dagger perfectly.

Key Features:

  • Replica of a 14th century dagger housed at the Royal Armouries, Leeds
  • Features a tempered, high-carbon steel blade
  • Has mild steel fittings
  • Grip is made of wood
  • Includes a handmade leather sheath
  • Great re-enactment dagger or display piece
  • Made by GDFB

Measurements:

  • Overall Length: 17.5 Inches
  • Blade Length: 12.8 Inches

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