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Royal Armouries Henry VIII Hunting Dagger

£56.25

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Drawing upon the outstanding quality and range of the Royal Armouries collections, we are proud to present this range of fine quality replicas. At each stage of the process, from the initial selection to the last details of the prototypes, the Museum’s experts on armour and edged weapons have been personally involved. 

These replicas are impressive in both their look and feel, accurately capturing the dimensions, materials and processes of the originals with tremendous attention to detail. The Royal Armouries is delighted that enthusiasts will now be able to enjoy these objects ‘at first hand’.


By tradition, the original dagger belonged to Henry VIII and was probably a hunting weapon. Its blade is long, hollow-ground, single-edged and decorated with etched roses and pomegranates.
These were respectively the badges of King Henry VIII and his first wife, Katherine of Aragon. Her badge probably dates the dagger to the first decade of Henry’s reign.

Probably English, about 1510-20; the wooden grip with steel pommel and ferrule, 1960.


Length: 46cm
Blade Length: 35cm 
Grip: 8.5cm 
Guard: 6.8cm 
Blade Width: 2cm
Blade Thickness: 0.7cm
Point of Balance: 16cm
Weight: 292g


All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.


This item is blunt and is for ornamental use only.


Buy the Royal Armouries Henry VIII Hunting Dagger with confidence from the UK’s leading historical giftware retailer. 

SKU: RAC011

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £75.00

Special Price Excl. Tax: £56.25 Incl. Tax: £67.50

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Regular Price: £75.00

Special Price Excl. Tax: £56.25 Incl. Tax: £67.50

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Drawing upon the outstanding quality and range of the Royal Armouries collections, we are proud to present this range of fine quality replicas. At each stage of the process, from the initial selection to the last details of the prototypes, the Museum’s experts on armour and edged weapons have been personally involved. 

These replicas are impressive in both their look and feel, accurately capturing the dimensions, materials and processes of the originals with tremendous attention to detail. The Royal Armouries is delighted that enthusiasts will now be able to enjoy these objects ‘at first hand’.

By tradition, the original dagger belonged to Henry VIII and was probably a hunting weapon. Its blade is long, hollow-ground, single-edged and decorated with etched roses and pomegranates.
These were respectively the badges of King Henry VIII and his first wife, Katherine of Aragon. Her badge probably dates the dagger to the first decade of Henry’s reign.

Probably English, about 1510-20; the wooden grip with steel pommel and ferrule, 1960.

This item is blunt and is for ornamental use only.

Buy the Royal Armouries Henry VIII Hunting Dagger with confidence from the UK’s leading historical giftware retailer. 

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Manufacturer Deepeeka
Specification

Length: 46cm
Blade Length: 35cm 
Grip: 8.5cm 
Guard: 6.8cm 
Blade Width: 2cm
Blade Thickness: 0.7cm
Point of Balance: 16cm
Weight: 292g

All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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