Mercenary Holbein Dagger

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(USD) $119.95 $108.68

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Swiss Mercenaries

This simple, yet artful design was a highly effective dagger when wielded by Swiss Mercenaries through the 1500-1600s. Features a hand forged, 1075 high carbon steel blade with a full tang. Tempered to 52 RC. The parts are also hand made and finished in solid steel with a dark patina. This double-edged dagger is lively in the hand and wickedly fast. The contoured grip is stained hardwood. The pommel has 3 studs. Includes a genuine leather sheath with hand-applied, antiqued steel reinforcing accents. This knife is hand forged by Windlass Steelcrafts.


Reliks Product ID 6798
Manufacturer SKU 404483
Available Options Sharpening Service (add to cart to select)
Blade Length 8 3/4"
Blade Material 1075 High Carbon Steel
Full Length 14 1/2"
Scabbard Leather
Weight 9 oz

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4/5 average from 4 reviews

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G - Verified Buyer

"Sexy Dagger. Pommel not comfortable for the hand"

K - Verified Buyer

"Very happy with the product. I have already showed other friends the product and they were very impressed."

P - Verified Buyer

"The dagger itself is awesome. Feels very nice in the hand. A nice simple addition to my collection. The only bad thing I have to say is mine came with lots of stains on the guard. I assume this is just mine though "

T - Verified Buyer

"Firstly if someone wants it sharp they should ask Reliks for their sharpening service, the blade out of the box had a butter knife edge, but still thin enough that an evening with a tungsten carbide hone and diamond homes I hand sharpened it, I could have use my belt sander for a quicker sharpening but hand sharpening is less likely to go wrong if one makes false move on the belt sander. The knife does have a good period Swiss Baselard look, seems robust enough. The pommel can be uncomfortable if one doesn't use either a hammer grip or the ice pick grip and one tries to use a sable grip with the corners of the pommel digging into the the bottom of the hand near the wrist, but if one uses the " handshake grip " this small issue is easy to avoid. The steel seems hard enough and the blade could take a decent paper cutting edge. The scabbard was a good friction fit with my Mercenary Holbein Dagger. Very good quality for the price point."

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