Atlanta Cutlery Corp.
started in 1971 as a mail order catalog company selling hunting and other hard to find knives and knife making supplies from all over the world.
Our well educated and highly trained staff directs the company. Our full time, in-house staff includes experts on historical weapons, a research and design team as well as Creative Director Dave DiPietro (formerly with Paramount Studios) and Robin Chaudhuri (formerly with Michigan State University Historical Museum in Arms & Armour). Part-time consultants include: Simon Atherton, Prop Master (Braveheart, Saving Private Ryan, Mask of Zorro, Kingdom of Heaven & Gladiator), Joss Skottowe, prop armorer (Die Another Day, Sahara, Quantum of Solace) and Augusto Grassi, prop master (Rome). And we wouldn’t be who we are today without giving proper thanks to our founder Hank Reinhardt, nationally acclaimed expert on edged weapons. He passed away recently and he will be dearly missed.
We understand the hunger for well researched and well made historically accurate and battle worthy weapons for the growing interest in medieval history and collectibles. We traveled far and wide armed with the wealth of information that was gathered from various museums and private collections around the world, to scout for sword smiths and manufacturers to give you quality weapons at affordable prices. Our continued association since our inception in 1985 with Windlass Steelcrafts has made us traverse the long road to where we can proudly proclaim our leadership in this arena.
Today, along with our sister company Museum Replicas, Ltd,
we offer an extensive line of products which includes high quality period clothing, jewelry, sculptures and well researched battle worthy edged weapons that you would have been proud to carry in any battle if you could go back in time.
Additionally, we have branched out into the fantastic and colorful world of entertainment. We have turned our attention to our other love: movies, TV, comics, video games and more, and have lots to offer on our site MoviePropReplicas.com
No trains were harmed in the making of this photo.
This picture was a little more formal...except that one guy.
Selecting knife making materials for the catalog.
Behold! The early incarnation of our annual sale!
Apparently we had a display of our previous catalogs.
Of course, as the company grew so did our team!
Taking some time off at the train station.
A vintage photo of the Atlanta Cutlery team and location in Olde Town Conyers.
People who like to sell knives!