Medieval Daggers

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.
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Heaven Knight Dagger with Sheath

Item # SG589
Gladius Medieval daggers like the Heaven Knight Dagger with Sheath have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and decorative pieces with their eye-catching details.

Henry V Dagger

Item # DS-1810
The Henry V Dagger is every bit as impressive as the matching sword, and for good reason, as this dagger perfectly recreates its design. Do not think for a second though, that small size makes this dagger less effective or deadly.

Hospitaller Dagger

Item # IP-613
Also known as the Order of Saint John, the Knights Hospitaller were one of the most well-known Roman Catholic military orders of the Middle Ages. The Hospitaller Dagger is an impressive weapon designed to honor these medieval knights.

Jerusalem Dagger

Item # SG2516
Gladius Medieval style daggers, like this Jerusalem Dagger, have 440C stainless steel blades that are fully tempered, but they are primarily intended for use as collectibles and eye-catching decorative pieces.

King Dagger

Item # MC-HK-3485
The worst threat a king could face is assassination. It stands to reason, then, that every king should always have a defense close at hand. Arm your king with the King Dagger, to ensure he is protected at all times from assassins.

King's Gothic Dagger

Item # MC-HK-9947
Any king who foolishly thought himself safe on his throne likely met an untimely end there. A far wiser king kept his guards alert and kept a weapon like this Kings Gothic Dagger around to help defend against an assassins blade.

Knights Dagger with Scabbard

Item # NP-H-1144
This Knights Dagger with Scabbard is designed with medieval inspiration. It would be an ideal side arm and secondary weapon for a knight costume in which the wearer wants to ensure they have multiple blades on them at all times.

Knights of St. John Diamond Guard Dagger

Item # NP-H-5913
With intricate symbology decorating its stainless steel form, the Knights of St. John Diamond Guard Dagger is an ornate take on medieval weaponry. This decorative Crusader dagger features an engraved pommel shaped like a knights helm.

Knights of St. John Open Guard Arm Dagger

Item # NP-H-5914
Inspired by the Knights Hospitaller, the Knights of St. John Open Guard Arm Dagger features complex engraved and symbolic detail throughout, including a pommel shaped like a medieval helmet and cut-outs within the arms of its guard.

Knights of St. John Scroll Guard Dagger

Item # NP-H-5912
Highly ornate and with intricate symbology, the Knights of St. John Scroll Guard Dagger is a decorative blade based on the weaponry of the Templar Knights. The beauty of this medieval dagger is shown in its hilt and sheath detail.

Knights of Templar Dagger

Item # ZS-211207
One of the most well-known knightly orders of the medieval ages, the Knights Templar were among some of the most talented warriors of the Crusades. The Knights of Templar Dagger displays many of their notable icons and motifs.

Knights Swordbreaker Dagger

Item # ED2206
With teeth that would chill anyone to the bone, this historical and functional dagger was carried by knights during the Middle Ages. Its name came from its function of catching a sword in its teeth and disabling or breaking it.