The 12th century included the Second and Third Crusades into the Holy Land, including some noteworthy battles involving Saladin. The 12th Century Crusader Dagger depicts one of the typical secondary weapons of that period. Based on an original housed at the Museum of London, this dagger features a tempered, 1075 high-carbon steel blade and mild steel fittings. The blade displays a traditional straight edge with a subtle profile taper. This dagger has been blunted, but buyer can sharpen it, if desired. The grip is wood, and this dagger displays a rounded pommel. A leather sheath comes with this dagger. Whether you use this dagger as a re-enactment weapon or prefer to leave it on display in your home, you can be sure to enjoy the historical touches of this piece.
- Fully functional
- Replica of a dagger held in the Museum of London
- Includes a sheath
- Comes blunted
- Great re-enactment dagger or display piece
- Point of balance is at the guard
- Made by GDFB
- Sword is made from tempered, high-carbon steel, mild steel, and wood
- Sheath is made from leather
- Overall Length: 14.3 Inches
- Blade Length: 8.5 Inches
- Weight: 1 Pound
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