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Axes, Knives & Daggers

You need fantasy weapons if you are going to war in a fantasy realm. Fists and conventional weapons can only do so much against inhumanly strong opponents who sometimes call upon magic to make things just a little bit harder. The burgeoning growth of the genre in books, movies, and TV has ensured that there is an array of weapons available of different shapes and sizes. For instance, check out Museum Replicas’ wonderful range of fantasy weapons. We have everything, from fantasy axes and hammers to fantasy knives and daggers.

The items in our collection may make you feel like you have superpowers, as fantasy weapons are meant to do. If you need something stealthy to fight off gate guards, try a mythical dagger perhaps? We have those too. If you are planning on ruling Asgard and are looking for a worthy weapon, we offer you Thor’s hammer (Two of them!). For those interested in something a little more earthly and barbaric, check out the licensed replica of the Thulsa Doom dagger from the 1982 movie Conan the Barbarian. Another fantastic product is the Death Dealer Axe from Frank Frazetta Collector Edition line. These are just some of the many amazing weapons we carry in our selection. There is so much more. Check them out for yourself, today!

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Kit Rae Black Legion Battle Axe

#601089
The Black Legion Battle Axe has tempered, false edged 420 J2 blades that have been deep etched, and a leather-wrapped grip.
$126.99

Illuminated Staff Of The Wizard Gandalf

#601088
This special edition of the Staff of the Wizard Gandalf has an Illuminated crown that glows just like the one seen in "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug".

$186.99

Staff Of Gandalf The Grey

#601087
This replica from the movie is cast in polyresin with authentic details and coloring. The polyresin pipe and spike are removable. Includes a poly stone wall display.

$186.99

Kit Rae Ellexdrow War Spear

#601086
This spear features 2 AUS-6 stainless steel blades on a blackened steel shaft with leather-wrapped grips, and finely detailed solid metal fittings.
$97.99

Illuminated Moria Staff Of Gandalf

#601084
This officially licensed polyresin prop replica from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy is 66" tall and has a removable clear crystal in the top, illuminated by an LED light. Includes Elvish styled wall display featuring the Gandalf rune.
$206.99

The Hobbit Mirkwood Double-Bladed Polearm

#601085
This officially licensed prop replica weapon from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy includes a wood display plaque with a Wood Elf graphic.
$189.99

The Mace of Sauron and the One Ring

#601083
This officially licensed prop replica sword from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy includes a poly-stone wall mount and a Certificate of Authenticity. Strictly limited to 1500 pieces worldwide!

$306.99

The Hobbit: Morgul Dagger Blade of Nazgul

#404510
From The Hobbit film series, this officially licensed Morgul Dagger has a stainless AUS-6 steel blade, solid metal hilt parts, and a leather-wrapped grip. It includes a wooden wall display featuring a graphic motif of the Witch-king crown. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
$134.99

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: The Beast Axe

The original Beast axe looked much better, should have kept the curve and the brass...
P.S. your overveiw on website is for a sword, not this version of this axe...
Reviewed by: Tory, January 07, 2019

Review of: Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

I loved the way this axe is made - It's very sturdy and lethal. But I bought it intending to customize it. First, I took off the spiked pommel and replace it with a steel sword pommel. Then I peeled off the handle covering and replaced it with leather and upholstery nails. I then glued three small skulls on the handle above the leather, stained it with "Autumn glow" wood stain (a beautiful brown color) and wrapped a section of faux fur below the axe head. I then gave it an aged patina using mustard (you can find this on the 'net). It looks much better now, more like an ancient battle axe. It's my favorite "medieval" weapon!  
Reviewed by: Terry, March 28, 2017

Review of: Raven Claw Fighting Knife

excellent
Reviewed by: matthew, January 22, 2016

Review of: Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

This is a very substantial, cool-looking Fantasy axe. I have read previous revues that blasted it as cheap and flimsy, but that is not what I found. Everything is well put-together, sturdy, and well-finished. One does have to take care that the wickedly spiked ball at the bottom of the handle does not rip your wrist up as you wield it. The wide blade is sharp, as is the spike on the back. I do not know if it would stop a dragon, but it would certainly make a man change direction if he saw it coming at him. I like it!      ERSJR, Hanover, Virginia
Reviewed by: Edmund R., December 16, 2015

Review of: Raven Claw Fighting Knife

I have had this knife for several years. When I originally bought it the metal tip of the sheath was loose. I used a little GORILLA glue to fix that.
The knife itself was all right and still is. On Samhain (Halloween) I wear it with my pagan ritual robes and the Dark Helmet (sold by Museum Replicas) to give candy to the trick or treaters who come to the door.
Reviewed by: Thomas, October 08, 2015

Review of: Raven Claw Fighting Knife

I'm not really sure what anyone here in these bad reviews were talking about. The pointy ends on the sheath are not that sharp at all. I ordered my knife sharpened, it came that way. Packaging was superb because it was wrapped in bubblewrap. I even got a free item with it, a pocket knife! It shipped the same day I ordered it. The blade itself is fantastic, black with a metal handle. I've got it hanging up right now and it looks amazing! Great job on this one!
Reviewed by: Terry, July 05, 2015

Review of: Raven Claw Fighting Knife

This is a fantastic knife, well worth the price to buy and sharpen it.  I will definately be buying a second one in the future.  The metal parts on the scabbard do seem to come off easily but nothing a touch of glue won't fix and definately not something I feel should drop the rating on this great knife.
Reviewed by: Wesley, October 31, 2012

Review of: Raven Claw Fighting Knife

Just got my Raven Claw in the mail.  I am very pleased.  The knife overall is much blacker than the picture can show.  It is a very dangerous looking thing.  It will make a beautiful addition to my collection.
Reviewed by: Scott, April 18, 2012

Review of: Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

Just received a pair of this most beautiful and deadly weapon! Except for the addition of the spiked mace pommel, this item is very similar to the Dalcassian axe wielded by the 11th century Irish warriors. Such as Turlogh O'Brien--another fictional character created by Robert E. Howard. Also this axe would have been loved by Gimli son of Gloin and many another Dwarven Hero.
Reviewed by: JOHN, April 05, 2012

Review of: Raven Claw Fighting Knife

Reviewed by: heather, July 24, 2010