Extraordinarily with its original sheath! C.1375, late 14th century and nearly identical to Daggers and Fighting Knives of the Western World, Peterson, #25, described as "of the sword hilt form" as these were made approximately en suite with the companion knightly broadsword. 7 1/2" double edged blade, straight cross guard and double taper form pommel. When found, this dagger was partially sheathed in its leather scabbard, frozen with rust. However the slight play from its incomplete entry, allowed for gentle manipulation which eventually separated the blade from the leather without damaging either. Very rare example further distinguished by the preservation of its original scabbard.