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Left-Hand Parrying Dagger, Circa 1530
This excavated Left-Hand Spanish Parrying Dagger was found near Cape Canaveral Florida. The 4 1/2 inch hilt has a large scent-stopper shaped pommel, a cross-guard (quillon) with turned down finials and a ring guard (anneau). The 9 1/2 inch needle-point blade has two grooves (fullers) on each side or a hollow ground cross-section (1).
Overview
Type: Left-Hand Parrying Dagger
Style: Ring / Anneau (Fr)
Country: Spain (?)
Overall Length: 14 inches
Overall Width: 3 3/4 inches
Hilt Length: 4 1/2 inches
Blade Length: 9 1/2 inches
Weight: 8 1/8 ounces
Grip: Missing

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References
(1) Small Arms of the Spanish Treasure Fleets, By Noel Wells 2006, Page 81 and 83

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