Reappearing as a popular weapon during the 12th century, medieval daggers were used as secondary weapon for personal defense as well as a tool for everyday tasks. These double-edged blades taper to sharp points for piercing shields and armor. Our knightly daggers at Buying a Sword make excellent companion weapons for our medieval swords. These traditional daggers come in a range of styles, including rondel daggers, Crusader daggers, Agincourt daggers, arming daggers, swordbreaker daggers, ballock daggers, and more. Certain designs are inspired by historical figures like Henry V, the Black Prince, the Landsknecht mercenaries, and King Solomon, among others. We carry a variety of functional dagger and decorative dagger designs, making these excellent medieval blades for historical re-enactors, Ren fair attendees, and weapons collectors.
No matter if you are a knight on a grand journey or a wealthy noble in a fantasy world, the Dragon Seal Medieval Dagger is sure to match your outfit. It makes a great addition to any small blade collection or medieval costume.
Sometimes a knight may need more than just a sword. Ensure that you have multiple weapons at hand by carrying the Edwin Stage Combat Dagger with you. This dagger is great for adding authenticity to a stage production or a costume.
A unique combination of Elven decoration and medieval construction, the Elven Crusader Dagger brings a hint of fantasy to the medieval crusades that swept through Jerusalem and Israel. It is the perfect blade for an Elven Knight!
Popular particularly in the fifteenth century, this Engraved Steel Rondel Dagger recreates the look of the side-arm that serfs, nobles, and knights were all carrying, thanks to its openness of design, as well as to its effective form.
Any warrior should have a stylish blade. Be sure to check out the Etched Damascus Warrior Dagger. It looks great in your hand or in a collection. This dagger makes a great addition to any small blade collection or medieval ensemble.
The legend of King Arthur and his magical sword Excalibur is perhaps the most well-known in the world. Now, with the Excalibur Dagger, you can carry a piece of this legend with you and wield it against treacherous foes and villainous fae.
Because they can be put to so many different uses, daggers come in all different shapes and sizes. Take Fayan's Dagger, for instance, which is smaller than most daggers, although size does not make it any less effective as a blade.
There is no need for anyone to go anywhere without a good quality knife on their person anymore, now that this Feast Knife is available. This multi-purpose blade is designed to be at home at feast tables and around a campfire.
Inspired by mid to late 15th century blades, the versatile Fishtail Gothic Dagger is a superb weapon. Featuring a strong focus on the artistic creativity of the era this unique dagger boasts a detailed Gothic design.
With the shine in its steel blade and the brass pins that decorate its wooden grip, the Gerik Decorative Dagger belongs in the hands of a distinguished knight or noble. Its age-old design marks it as a weapon fit for the Middle Ages.
This Gothic Dagger echoes the look of a gothic sword, while keeping to a smaller size, which means that just about anyone can easily carry it as their side-arm of choice, whether they are sparring, dueling, or attending a local Ren Fair.
This Guingate Dagger with Scabbard is an attractive medieval dagger that looks fit to be carried by a regal knight or a powerful noble. Thanks to its size, virtually anyone could carry this dagger around without any problems whatsoever.