Whether you are a member of the Landsknecht, a knight, or a wealthy merchant, you make sure to have the 16th Century German Quillon Dagger. Made from EN45 high carbon steel, this dagger has a narrow, tapered blade. The thin blade has a diamond cross-section to strengthen it. Then, the dagger continues with a brass crossguard. The crossguard has two arms at the sides and a double-curved loop in the middle. This design helps to protect the hand while it is on the grip. The wooden grip has a hexagonal cross-section. There are two ridges with a groove in between them in the middle of the grip. Finally, the grip ends with a brass pommel. The pommel has a hexagonal, scent stopper shape. Finally, this dagger comes with a brown leather scabbard. The scabbard has brass fittings, including two rings near the top. The rings allow the sheath to be attached to a belt, not included. Take this dagger with you to a historical reenactment or another event. You can add it to a display.
- Fully functional
- Has a thin, tapered blade
- Features a hexagonal grip and pommel
- Comes with a sheath
- Great for historical reenactments or display
- Made from EN45 high carbon steel
- Hilt is wood and brass
- Sheath is leather
- Overall Length: 14.8 Inches
- Blade Length: 10 Inches
- Blade Width at Base: 0.8 Inch
- Weight: 7 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.