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Daggers

After the club, daggers are man's oldest tool and weapon. Historically they were usually double-edged and used to deliver quick, lethal strokes. Their small size made it perfect for those more nefarious types. They were also used in the "two-handed" fighting style popularized by the French during the Renaissance.

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Peloponnesian Dagger

#404463
This dagger is copied from an original that dates from the 9th -7th century BC. The blade is bronze with a full profile tang The original likely had wood scales, we've used bone because we like how the color contrasts with bronze. The slim handle is scalloped to aid grip during a thrust. We designed a sheath with a highly embellished bronze throat and tip and three square medallions. A bronze ring is attached for lashing the sheath to a belt. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$139.95

Bramham Moor Dagger

#404485
This long dagger has an unpolished stained wood grip and low-sheen brass fittings. The brown leather scabbard complements the dagger fittings with a brass chape and throat with a roaring lion's head belt hook, befitting a nobleman. Comes factory sharp.
$139.95

Faithkeeper - Dagger of the Knights Templar

#404501
This Dagger is a companion to the Faith keeper Sword, the high-carbon steel diamond cross-section blade on this dagger has a pierced cross of the Knights Templar at its ricasso. The pommel features a reversed inset image of the Signet of the Knights Templar, which can be used as a wax seal. The crossguard is inscribed on both sides with the Latin phrase Militum Xristi, “Seal of the Soldiers of Christ.” Comes factory sharp.
$179.95

Mercenary Holbein Dagger

#404483
This double-edged dagger is lively in the hand and wickedly fast. The contoured grip is stained hardwood. Includes a leather sheath with hand-applied, antiqued steel reinforcing accents. Comes factory sharp.
$119.95

Stag Horn & Damascus Hunting Dagger

#404446
This Damascus steel, double-edged dagger has a stunning stag horn handle. The crossguard and pommel are solid brass. Includes leather scabbard.
$49.95

Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife

#402538
This knife was the preferred commando weapon in World War II for both the U.S. and British Commonwealth Forces. Overall 11-3/8 inches. Arrives sharpened from the factory.
$94.95

Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

#420017
Our WWII Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife has an aluminium grenade handle and paratrooper markings on the blackened high carbon steel blade and sheath.
$84.95

The Accolade Dagger of the Knights Templar

#404335
This medieval dagger has a high carbon steel blade with the seal of the Knights Templar on the ricasso. The pommel has an inlaid cross and all hardware on the cross-guard and pommel have been plated in sterling silver. Comes factory sharp.
$179.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

This is actually a fine, well balanced combat weapon.  The steel is tough & holds an edge well. Were it not so ornate, it would make an excellent choice for those things we use modern daggers like the Gerber for … (besides display pieces) … .
Reviewed by: Judge Joe, March 01, 2022

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I think this dagger is my favorite.  

The fittings are brass, with a wooden handle and it's just incredibly nice and pretty!

The fit in the scabbard is snug and smooth.

Excellent length, and girth on the blade.

Very happy with my purchase here!
Reviewed by: Jeffery, August 06, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

High quality dagger. Nible and quick.  Love the antinqued finish.
Reviewed by: Sean, July 20, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

The fit and finish on this dagger are superb!  The balance is good and well worth the money.  It is by far the best reproduction of a medieval dagger in my collection.  I am more than pleased!
Reviewed by: John, May 22, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

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Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I bought  this  as a birthday  present  for  myself .  I had  it  sharpened  and  engraved . Good  job !  The  wood  to  metal  fit is excellent .  The  girth  of  the  grip  is on  the   small  side , but  it  indexes well  since  it's  oval  at the  hilt  and  round  at the  pommel .  The  scabbard  is great .  There  is  a slight  twist  in the  blade  grind .  I'm  very  pleased  with  it .
Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I bought  this  as a birthday  present  for  myself .  I had  it  sharpened  and  engraved . Good  job !  The  wood  to  metal  fit is excellent .  The  girth  of  the  grip  is on  the   small  side , but  it  indexes well  since  it's  oval  at the  hilt  and  round  at the  pommel .  The  scabbard  is great .  There  is  a slight  twist  in the  blade  grind .  I'm  very  pleased  with  it .
Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

The ‘foil’ style grip is narrow so that it can be handled like a Fairburn dagger

It is an excellent & tough piece of steel—whatever it is—& it holds an edge well

I’ve been testing mine & pretty much scuffed things up. I repolished it (the edge is still holding) & blued it a dark black/blue.

I was impressed as a lot of blade steel won’t give you a uniform color when you try; Interestingly, Sheffield Fairborn-Sykes Will blue up nicely as well
Reviewed by: Judge Joe, April 14, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I saw this and loved it couldn’t resist ordering it and it doesn’t disappoint I ordered the sharpening service on this and it came decently sharp the only draw backs are the hilts  a little small I have large hands Though and it’s a little more expensive than I’d like like it should be atleast 20 -30 dollars cheaper but that’s me being cheap
Reviewed by: Andrew, February 25, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I saw this and loved it couldn’t resist ordering it and it doesn’t disappoint I ordered the sharpening service on this and it came decently sharp the only draw backs are the hilts  a little small I have large hands Though and it’s a little more expensive than I’d like like it should be atleast 20 -30 dollars cheaper but that’s me being cheap
Reviewed by: Andrew, February 25, 2021