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In medieval times, the Rondel dagger was a quite commonly carried sidearm for people from all walks of life, from merchants and knights to soldiers and jousters. This Middle Ages Rondel Dagger features a unique and elegant design.
This Pole Axe replicates a 15th to early 16th century museum piece. The head is crafted in 0.25 inch steel and the langets are 0.13 inches thick. While the Pole Axe is supplied sharp, it may be modified to comply with reenactment rules.
Rondel daggers appeared in Europe in the late Middle Ages, earning its name from the round shape of the guard or pommel. The Rondel Dagger depicts a 15th Century weapon developed to pierce the gaps of fully armored knights.
Parrying daggers gained popularity from the Middle Ages to the early Renaissance and often were used in conjunction with a single-handed sword. The Saxon Parrying Dagger recreates one of these historical weapons.
In the earliest of medieval times, weapons like the spear and the axe, were favored because of the ease that they could be made and replaced. As this Spearhead shows, that popularity is well-deserved, as simple can also mean effective.
The Thrusting Spearhead was made especially for re-enactment use. The Thrusting Spearhead is crafted with a bulbous tip, 3 mm thick edges, and rounded flanges. No shaft is supplied, but sold separately.
Unlike the sword, which is purely a weapon of war, the axe is an item that has uses in both war and peace. This medieval Utility Axe is a perfect example in that regard, possessing form enough to useful during both.