Costume and collectors’ daggers
Gothic and Renaissance daggers for collectors usually have a sharp points and sharp blades. These daggers very closely approximate their real historical models. The material used is tempered spring steel with a higher carbon content.
Celtic SWORD or DAGGER Reproduction with Human Body Shaped Bronze Hilt. The original artefact was discovered in 1902 at North Grimston, North Yorkshire, UK, in the grave of a Celtic warrior, along with a shield, a second sword, and a joint of pork. Material: bronze, 54SiCr6 steel Overall length:…
Skean Irish Fighting Long Knife inspired by an artefact recovered from the river Shannon, Ireland. Material high carbon steel, case hardened - 52 - 54 HRC Overall length 48 cm Blade length 35 cm Blade width 4 cm Weight 400 g Manufactured by Arma Epona Smithy, Czech Rep
Reproduction of Celtic Sword or Dagger with Anthropoid Hilt discovered in 1902 at North Grimston (Ryedale district, North Yorkshire, UK). The sword was found in a grave of a Celtic warrior, along with a shield, a second sword, and a joint of pork (Hull and East Riding Museum). Overall length:…
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