16th Century German Bollock Dagger


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If you fancy yourself to be a successful German knight, mercenary, or noble, you may wish to carry the 16th Century German Bollock Dagger. Made from EN45 high carbon steel, this functional dagger has a narrow, tapered blade. The thin blade has a diamond cross-section to strengthen it. Then, the wooden hilt has a lobed crossguard, common for this type of dagger. The guard features an antiqued brass trim along the edges. A loop and cross design adorns the trim. The trim forms ram heads on the sides. Then, the hilt continues with a tapered grip. Spiraled grooves adorn the grip. The grooves lead into a brass pommel. It also has cross detailing. Finally, this dagger comes with a leather sheath. The brown sheath has a black cord at the top and a brass chape at the bottom. The cross motif continues on the chape. Meanwhile, the cord allows the sheath to be tied onto a belt, not included. Take this dagger with you to a reenactment or another medieval event. It also looks great on display in any weapon collection.

Key Features:

  • Has a thin, tapered blade
  • Features a lobed guard shape
  • Comes with a sheath
  • Has a cross motif
  • Great for historical reenactments or display


  • Blade is EN45 high carbon steel
  • Hilt is wood
  • Sheath is leather


  • Overall Length: 14.5 Inches
  • Blade Length: 8.8 Inches
  • Weight: 7.2 Ounces

Measurements are approximate.


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