King Henry VIII Hunting Dagger – Royal Armouries Collection

£75.00
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A Royal Armouries Collection replica of a traditional dagger belonging to Henry VIII, which was probably used for hunting. It has a long, hallow-ground, single-edged blade, which is decorated with etchings of roses and pomegranates.

These were the badges of both King Henry and his first wife, Katherine of Aragon, which dates the dagger to approximately 1510-1520, the first decade of Henry's reign. The dagger has a wooden grip with a steel pommel and ferrule, which is far more modern, dated 1960.

The design and production of this top quality reproduction is something to behold. Our expert curators have been consulted through the entire process, to ensure that the appearance and materials used are as close as possible to the real piece.

This exquisite dagger with fine etched detail would make a beautiful display piece. Alternatively, due to its highly accurate nature, this Tudor hunting dagger is ideal for use during period re-enactments and would add an authentic detail to any costume.

Notes:

  • These weapons have a blunted edge and are designed for display purposes only.
  • We Age Verify all blade purchases and may contact you for proof of age. Please be aware that under UK law you must be aged 18 or over to purchase any of our blades.


General

Age Restrictions:
18+
Brand:
Royal Armouries
Genre:
Tudor
Museum Number:
X.39
Material:
Steel and Wood
Boxed:
Yes
Additional Notes:
Approved by Royal Armouries curators.

Swords & Daggers

Total Length:
46cm
Cross-Guard Width:
6.8cm
Blade Width (Base):
2cm
Material:
Steel
Scabbard:
No