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Boker The Swiss Dagger, Cherry Wood Handle, Metal Sheath UPC: 4045011043277 Model: Swiss Dagger B-121550
Whetstone Scarlet Katana with Partially Serrated Blade. Renowned for its sharpness and strength. Sure to stand out in the crowd... and certainly this replica of a Katana, which carries heavy ceremonial and historical importance in Japanese culture, will take center stage in your home. Distinctive and handsome, it has a curved, slender blade and a long grip to accommodate 2 hands .Highly -polished , brilliant red sheath and red wraps contrast elegantly with this Katana's gold accents. Blade features
Boker Swiss Dagger: Rust-resistant stainless steel dagger blade features a curved shape Handle is made of hand-selected cherry wood High-carbon steel dagger-style blade Impressive length of 8-5/8" Satin finished Authentic Boker logo Includes an original metal sheath Overall length of 14-1/8" Weighs 9.1 oz
The Boker Swiss Dagger features rust resistant stainless steel instead of iron. Their curved shape appeared as early as the 13th century and remained unique to Switzerland. The handle on the Boker Swiss dagger is made of hand selected cherry wood, and the high carbon steel dagger style blade has an impressive length of 8 5/8 inches and is satin finished. The blade is marked with the authentic Boker logo, which was used throughout the 1930 s in Solingen. The marking "Deutschland" (Germany) and a serial
Beautiful BOKER TREE BRAND Dagger Handpicked Cherry Wood Handles Made in Solingen Germany BO121550 Individual Serial Number It is new and never been used, sharpened or carried. It is 14 1/4 inches long closed. The satin finish blade is Solingen C75 Carbon Steel stamped with Boker logo and individual serial number. The Handles are Handpicked Cherry Wood with a rust resistant, stainless steel crescent-shaped pommel and crossguard. The Cherry Wood is a living, natural material which turns dark when exposed to
Features:* Crescent-shaped pommel and crossguard made of rust resistant stainless steel * High carbon steel satin finished dagger style blade* Blade is marked with the authentic Boker logo* Serial number on the reverse side of the blade * Handle material: Hand selected cherry wood* Includes an original metal sheath* Overall length: 14 1/8"* Blade length: 8 5/8"* Weight: 9.1 ounces
Features: Crescent-shaped pommel and crossguard made of rust resistant stainless steel. High carbon steel satin finished dagger style blade. Blade is marked with the authentic Boker logo. Serial number on the reverse side of the blade. Handle material: Hand selected cherry wood. Includes an original metal sheath. Overall length: 14 1/8 . Blade length: 8 5/8 . Weight: 9.1 ounces.
Boker Knives: Boker Swiss Dagger, BK -121550 BK -121550 Boker Knives: Boker Swiss Dagger, BK-121550 The illustrated Boker Knife is the Boker Swiss Dagger, a reproduction of the Swiss Dagger that originated in the late 1500's, and manufactured by Heinr. Boker of Solingen in the early stage of World War II at the request of the military. This reproduction of the Swiss Dagger features an 8 5/8" double edge blade made of C-75 high carbon steel. The blade of this Boker knife has a satin finish, an authentic
Boker Swiss Dagger Boker Swiss Dagger Rust resistant stainless steel Satin finished blade Authentic Boker logo on blade Crescent -shaped pommel Includes original metal sheath The Swiss dagger (often called "Baselard") was a popular weapon with the Swiss pikemen throughout the 15th and 16th centuries. The Boker Swiss Dagger's characteristic hilt features the same crescent-shaped pommel and crossguard as the original daggers, but now feature rust resistant stainless steel instead of iron. Their curved shape
Boker Knives - Swiss Dagger with Olive Wood Handle: Model BO-121550. 15 3/4" overall. 8 1/2" Solingen steel double edge dagger blade. Olive wood handle with stainless guard and pommel. Black metal and stainless scabbard included. Made in Germany.
Boker Swiss Dagger - Ref 121550 The Swiss dagger (often called "Baselard") was a popular weapon with the Swiss pikemen throughout the 15th and 16th centuries. Swiss daggers were not usually issued as ordinance weapons, but purchased privately by soldiers as secondary weapons. The Boker Swiss dagger‘s characteristic hilt features the same crescent-shaped pommel and crossguard as the original daggers, but now feature rust resistant stainless steel instead of iron. Their curved shape appeared as early as the