Templar dagger Thibaud, 12th century
- Total length approx. 433 mm
- Blade length approx. 287 mm
- Handle length - distance between the crossguard and the pommel approx. 90 mm
- Length of the crossguard approx. 106.7 mm
- Thickness of the crossguard in the middle approx. 19.6 mm
- The crossguard ends are prism of approx. 9.7 * 8.2 mm
- Width of the blade at the crossguard approx. 32 mm
- Thickness of the blade at the crossguard approx. 4.9 mm
- Width of the blade 5 cm off its point approx. 18.6 mm
- Blade thickness 5 cm off its point approx. 4.6 mm
- Thickness of the striking edge approx. 0.5 mm (sharp version)
- The pommel has a diameter of approx. 45.7 mm and a thickness of approx. 27 mm
- The cross on the pommel measures approx. 21 * 21 mm
- The PoB is approx. 2 cm behind the guard (in the grip!)
- Full tang blade, riveted at the end behind the pommel
- Weight approx. 608 g (sharp version)
- Blade made of spring steel 54SiCr6 oil quenched to approx. 53 HRC
- Pommel with raised center with embossed cross (from both sides).
- The handle is wrapped with a thin leather tape of dark brown color.
Due to the manual completion, the above specifications may slightly vary from item to item. Made in the Czech Republic.
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