Rondel dagger with wooden handle, 14./15. century

The rondel daggers were initially civilian defense weapons, but in the fifteenth century they became secondary weapons for knights, nobles, and merchants. The Wallerstein Codex demonstrates the use of this weapon for defense purposes and other practical purposes. Rondel daggers were used primarily in battles to kill the wounded quickly. More information...

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Item number: 10800

Rondel dagger with wooden handle, 14./15. century

  • Total length approx. 424mm
  • Blade length 300mm
  • Cross-section of the blade on the handle approx. 29.08 x 5.14mm
  • Cross section of the blade 5cm off the blade tip of approx. 21.09 x 4.34mm
  • Thickness of the cutting edge 2mm
  • Handle length, distance between the discs approx. 89mm
  • Weight of the dagger about 309 g
  • Delivery including leather sheath.
  • Weight of the sheath about 93 g
  • The loop on the sheath is for a max. 52mm wide belt

The sharp point of this disc dagger and the diamond-shaped cross-section of the blade make it an effective weapon that can easily penetrate a gap in plate armour. The approximately 30 cm long blade is hand-forged from tough carbon steel. The dagger is fully functional and can cause injury, so use it with care and carry it in the leather sheath provided. Pull a belt through the loop of the sheath and you can wear it comfortably at the waist.

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