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Late 15th to Early 16th Century faceted Bollock Dagger - MHK1805

Late 15th to Early 16th Century faceted Bollock Dagger

Overall Length: 14 5/8'' Blade: 9 3/8''

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Blade:1050 High Carbon Steel
Weight:9.6 oz
Edge: N/A
P.O.B.:1 1/8''
Thickness:5.3 mm - 14.7 mm
Width:16.2 mm - 14.5 mm
Grip Length:3 7/8''

This unique Ballock Dagger has a complex blade of 1050 high carbon steel; the hilt is carved wood with a brass guardplate at the base of the blade and a rosette of brass upon the pommel face. Included is a leather sheath.

This odd-looking Bollock Dagger has a blade shape seen on an original in the Royal Armory of Leeds which is dated to 1480 - 1520. It has a particularly interesting blade that cunningly maximizes the deadliness of the wounds its creates. The blade begins with a hexagonal cross section which abruptly transitions into a wide, diamond-shaped cross section. The thickened base gives the blade considerable rigidity and the large, quadrangular tip would be well suited to piercing weak points in armor or to create very wide, diamond-shaped puncture wounds in a foe - wounds that would have been exceptionally difficult to treat and suture. Altogether this form creates a stiffened, puncturing dagger with considerable lethality.

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