Celtic dagger from North Grimston, marto
This dagger was made after a random sword find, which was discovered in 1902 in North Grimston during earthworks. The handle represents a human being, which was very rare for the Celtic period in Europe. So far only very few specimens with human figures have been found in Celtic Europe.
Blade material: stainless steel (AISI 420)
Material of the handle: Zamak
Total length: approx. 43 cm
Weight: approx. 300 g
Scope of supply: 1x Celtic dagger from North Grimston, marto