Emperor Maximilian I Dagger
This is the matching dagger to the famous sword which Emperor Maximilian I is said to have carried in the Battle of Guinegate in 1513. The battle in question is also known as the "Battle of Spurs", as the French cavalry left the battlefield in disarray and in flight.
This very admirable dagger offers a great eye-catcher and is suitable for the representation of the early Renaissance.
It has a bone handle, with brass rings at the junction with the quillons, pommel and in the centre of the handle. The pommel and guard are also made of brass.
The plain, black leather scabbard is fitted with a brass mouth and locating plate.
- Material: carbon steel blade, handle made of bone and brass.
- Total length: approx. 43.4 cm
- Blade length: approx. 28.5 cm
- Weight (with scabbard): approx. 650 g
- Includes a matching leather sheath with belt loop (for max. approx. 6 cm wide belt)
Scope of delivery: 1x Emperor Maximilian I dagger incl. leather sheath