Calligrapher's Pen-knives, various 10-16th century fashions

Assorted Calligrapher's pen-knives of the medieval era.

Short, controllable blades of the appropriate styles for various periods:

Top: 16th Century: Clip-pointed blade, Brass bolsters, and black horn scales.
2nd Top: 15th century: Brass, hollow pins, and English walnut scales.
2nd from bottom: 13-14th century: Horn and Maple Whittle Tang construction.
Bottom: 11-13th century "broken back" blade shape. Horn and Boxwood whittle tang construction.

I normally have a small number of these items in stock. Custom orders in different materials can be arranged. 

Please contact me to discussing pricing on this item.

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