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.
Your deep regard for honor and the completion of chivalrous deeds has reaped high rank within the Order. The Masonic Knights Ceremonial Dagger declares devotion to a noble calling and honors those who give all for the greater good.
Knights are involved in a great deal of ceremony, and the Masonic order is no different. Recall the pageantry of medieval knights with our Masonic Knights Dagger. This dagger is a reproduction of a masonic ceremonial weapon.
Piercing battle cries and the clash of weaponry mark a horrendous scene, but the determined knight does not falter. With the Masonic Knights Ritual Dagger proudly carried at his side, the medieval soldier fights bravely for the cause.
Ornate and appealing, this Masonic Red Dagger would serve just as well as a side-arm to a Free Mason as it would a symbol to a masonic ritual master, either of whom would appreciate the symbolism found in the daggers design.
Also called a kidney dagger, this Medieval Bollocks Dagger is a cousin of the dirk, and was a favored blade in Scandinavia, Scotland, and England between the 13th and 18th centuries, and particularly popular during the Tudor period.
Simple does not always mean plain. When it comes to this Medieval Bone Hilt Dagger, the word simple means direct and uncomplicated, which means that this dagger is a great companion blade to have in your collection or at your side.
As a Crusader, you should have a weapon at your side. If you simply want to decorate your home, the Medieval Cross Pommel Dagger is a great option. Add this dagger to your reenactment outfit or your decor. It displays beautifully.
The Medieval Dagger features a polished tempered stainless steel blade. The Medieval Dagger comes with a scabbard wrapped in faux leather that has an antique pewter finish at the throat and tip. It has a pewter pommel and guard.
The Medieval Dagger is great for Renaissance fairs, historical reenactments, or as part of weapon collections. This stainless steel dagger has an eye-catching black and white-striped handle made of bone with a brass pommel and guard.
The Medieval Dagger features a polished, tempered stainless steel blade. The Medieval Dagger is a great side-dagger and comes with a scabbard wrapped in faux leather that has a cast metal antique pewter finish at the throat and tip.
The medieval days were dangerous ones, so much so that even kings and queens did not go anywhere without some sort of weapon. This Medieval Fleur de Lis Dagger is an arm for any royal to wield, thanks to its appearance and symbolism.
His authenticity has been debated for centuries, yet one thing about King Arthur is for sure. He is a legendary leader, and only a weapon as stunning as this Medieval King Arthur Dagger is worthy of bearing his name and likeness.