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Molay Dagger, Templar Dagger with Scabbard

This handsome reconstruction of a 13th c. Templar dagger was named after Jacques de Molay (1240/1250 - 1314), the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar (also known as the Order of Solomon's Temple or the Order of Christ).

The Molay dagger has a fullered, hardened and tempered EN45 spring steel blade with unsharpened edges and a pointed tip. The blade's full tang is threaded to the pommel. The wooden core grip is tightly bound in black leather and capped with a thick, sturdy disc-shaped steel pommel (or wheel pommel) adorned on both sides with a Templar cross. The artfully crafted steel guard is 12 cm long, 0.6 cm thick and features twisted, flared quillons with cross-shaped cut-outs.

This high medieval crusader dagger comes complete with a wood-and-leather scabbard with steel throat, chape and articulated suspension rings. The cross motif with trefoil-shaped ends adorning the pierced guard and the pommel is repeated on the observe side of the sheath's locket.

Please note that this medieval dagger is not a battle ready weapon. It is designed as a collector's or decoration/display piece and is not suited for combat reenactment. Besides its quality as a collectible, it is also perfectly suited as a prop, e.g. to complete your costume.

Details:
- Material: EN45 spring steel blade (high carbon steel, not stainless), steel guard and pommel, leather-wrapped wooden handle
- Overall length: approx. 45 cm
- Blade length: approx. 30.5 cm
- Blade thickness: approx. 4 mm (cutting edges approx. 1 mm)
- Hilt length: approx. 14.5 cm (grip approx. 9 cm)
- Max. blade width: approx. 3.2 cm
- Point of balance: approx. 2 cm from the guard
- Incl. wooden scabbard with genuine leather cover and steel fittings
- Weight without scabbard: approx. 0.5 kg
- Weight with scabbard: approx. 0.68 kg