Antique silver inlaid Roman dagger replica (Vindonissa with sheath)
This beautiful, richly ornamented replica of a Roman dagger is an example of great craftsmanship. Both the riveted handle and the front cover of the scabbard feature a very elaborate silver inlay. The wooden sheath is leather-wrapped, with the four characteristic riveted brass suspension rings for proper fastening to the belt.
The blade has a total of four narrow fullers tapering together toward the point. The edges are not sharpened. Our reproduction is modelled on an archeological find from the Roman legionary camp of Vindonissa, now Windisch, Switzerland.
The pommel displays a trident, the symbol of Neptune, the Roman god of the sea. This may suggest that this Pugio was originally crafted for an officer of the Roman naval forces.
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We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Please mention your birth date when order. We also need a copy of your passport by email, scan, fax or mail.
Material: Spring steel EN45
Sheath: Steel, brass, leather
Hilt: Bone and brass
Overall length: Approx. 37,5 cm (14,76")
Blade length: Approx. 25,0 cm (9,84 cm)
Weight: Approx. 0,9 kg (1,98 lb)