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Left-hand Dagger Dated: circa 1560 Culture: German Place of Origin: Germany Technique: casting Medium: steel Source: Copyright © 2017 The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Antique German Saxon Left hand Dagger

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#Dagger #Knight #Medieval #RenaissanceSingle Edged Knightly Dagger Likely of English ProvenanceAntique 14th century English Medieval Knightly Quillon dagger from Yorkshire at the time of Robin Hood. Tapering blade of flattened triangular section, bronze cross guard comprising a pair of short quillons with knobbed terminals and Pelta-shaped outer guard as well as a ribbed bronze cap pommel.Overall length 30 cm (11 ¾ inches), length of the blade: 19.5 cm (7.68 inches).If you would like ...

#Dagger #Knight #Medieval #RenaissanceSingle Edged Knightly Dagger Likely of English ProvenanceAntique 14th century English Medieval Knightly Quillon dagger from Yorkshire at the time of Robin Hood. Tapering blade of flattened triangular section, bronze cross guard comprising a pair of short quillons with knobbed terminals and Pelta-shaped outer guard as well as a ribbed bronze cap pommel.Overall length 30 cm (11 ¾ inches), length of the blade: 19.5 cm (7.68 inches).If you would like ...

Parrying dagger Diego de Cuenca Cuenca or Toledo, Spain c. 1675  probably c. 1675 (hilt) probably later than c.1675 (blade) Steel and copper, chiselled, chased, etched and engraved Length: 48.1 cm Width: 1.7 cm Weight: 0.62 kg Inscription: 'DIDACVS ACVENCA FACIEBAT / [DIDACVS A CVENCA FACIEBAT] / HOMNI AVINCID AMOR / [OMNIA VINCIT AMOR]' A826 European Armoury II

Parrying dagger Diego de Cuenca Cuenca or Toledo, Spain c. 1675 probably c…

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