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North European, possibly Flemish  Ballock Dagger, c. 1500  Ivy root, steel L. 33 cm (13 in.) Blade L. 21 cm (8 1/4 in.) Wt. 10 oz.

North European, possibly Flemish Ballock Dagger, c. 1500 Ivy root, steel L. 33 cm in.) Blade L. 21 cm in.

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Rondel dagger, Germany, circa Slender thrusting blade with very unusual…

Scottish, Lowlands  Ballock Dagger, early 17th century  Ivy root, iron, copper L. 45.5 cm (17 7/8 in.) Blade L. 34.2 cm (13 1/2 in.) Wt. 10 oz.

Scottish, Lowlands Ballock Dagger, early century Ivy root, iron, copper L.) Blade L.

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Photo : European Daggers from The Wallace Collection  Top row, left to right: Italian (Venetian) ear dagger, circa 1500; French rondel dagger, circa 1440-50; German quillon dagger, circa 1530  Bottom row, left to right: German Landsknecht dagger, circa 1600, complete with sheath, small knife, and steel pricker; Flemish ballock dagger, circa 1450-60, with fine circular maplewood hilt and sheath accompanied by small knife and steel pricker

Photo : European Daggers from The Wallace Collection Top row, left to…

Dagger, Ottoman blade (mid-16th c), European hilt and scabbard (1600–1650?), steel damascened with gold, L. 10 3/8 in. (26.34 cm), Met Museum. Indo-Persian blades were valued in Europe, they were exported and mounted with European hilts. This blade has been fitted with a hilt and sheath damascened with gold arabesques of Middle Eastern inspiration. Inscribed:"It is a dagger since it attempted [to take] the life of the unfaithful lover. My Turk took it [wrapped in gold] and bound it to his…

Jambiya dagger, Ottoman blade c), European hilt and scabbard…

Ballock Knife Date: 1450–1500 Culture: Western European Medium: Steel, bone, lead Dimensions: L. 14 1/16 in. (35.7 cm); W. 1 1/2 in. (3.8 cm); D. 1 in. (2.5 cm) Classification: Daggers

Ballock Knife or Dagger (from the shape of the hilt at the guard) Date: Culture: Western European Medium: Steel, bone, lead Dimensions: L.

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