The history of Denmark is filled with tumultuous periods of war and strife, conflicts driven by the same political and religious factors that were widespread throughout Medieval and Post-Medieval Europe. Smaller kingdoms were swallowed up by larger, and larger kingdoms splintered apart. Due to this fairly colorful history, the Danes became known for some distinctive weaponry, of which this Danish dagger is an example.
Companion to our very popular Danish Sword, the Danish Medieval dagger is forged with a 5160 High Carbon Steel blade and Dual hardened. Light and well balanced, this Medieval Dagger has excellent thrusting abilities. Guided and balanced with the decorated globe pommel pommel, the pointed guard can be used as a weapon capable of stabbing under the gorget and helmet, effectively defeating the opponent.
5160 High Carbon Steel
Fittings : Mild Steel
Total Length: 18″
Blade Length : 12″
Weight: 1 lbs
Sir Robin (verified owner) –
Another top hit on the play list for DSA is the Danish Medieval Dagger (#1815) very nimble with it’s weight, balance and blade design. Not being sharpened at all just in front of the finger guard affords the user a index finger over guard grip that is handy for slicing thin pieces of meat from a caught boar that’s a bit on the tough side when unexpected guests show up and always at dinner time by sheer coincidence.
If they did not BTOB the drawbridge would not get lowered and a fart would be issued in their general directions. The tips of the finger guard are nice and pointy sharp ideally suited for a arm pit punch if they dislike the general direction in which they were standing.
Definitely a must have for any collection. Very eye candy pornish to the casual observer. lol