Ballock Dagger late 15th century
Excavated. Sharply tapered, deeply hollow ground, wedge shaped blade. Handle of typical form with a pair of lobes at the hilt and flairing out toward the pommel. The hilt with an iron plate bending down to form points on each side of the blade. Pommel with a disk shaped plate and a small copper washer and the peinned end of the tang. Wood with some modern fill. Measurements: 8 1/4 in (21 cm) blade. Ex. Coll. Anthony De Reuck.
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