Ballock dagger

The ubiquitous bollock dagger (or, as the shy and retiring Victorians liked to call it, "kidney dagger") was widespread throughout England and Scotland and the Scandinavian countries and pretty much all of northern and western Europe from the 13th through 18th centuries - but it's always been hard to find a decent reproduction that isn't expensively custom made. This one fits the bill just perfectly - overall, a 15th century design/version; the diamond cross-section double-edged blade is peened through a hardwood grip with a round buttcap. The dagger is meant to be worn vertically in a leather sheath (as this one is). "Hey, that knife looks like a dick!" Bollocks, I say, bollocks. That's the whole point.

length: 12 3/4"
blade: 7"
blade width: 1" at base
hilt overall: 5 3/4"
huevos: 1 1/4" x 1 3/4"
weight (dagger): 5.0 oz
weight (dagger and sheath): 6.7 oz

Price: $25

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