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Medieval Swords & Daggers

Knights of the Middle Ages carried a wide range of swords and weapons.

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Faithkeeper - Sword of the Knights Templar

This medieval Crusader sword has a deep fuller on both sides of the high carbon steel blade, which has been pierced with a cross at the ricasso. Also features an engraved guard and inset coin in the pommel. It comes with a matching leather scabbard and belt. Comes factory sharp.

Bramham Moor Dagger

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.

Windlass Classic Bastard Sword

This hand and half sword can easily accommodate two hands. Large, but amazingly light and well balanced, this high carbon steel sword has a darkened pommel and cross guard. Arrives sharpened from the factory.

The Freedom Fighter Early Scottish Claymore

This two-handed Claymore has a blade made expertly of 1065 high carbon steel. Features leather-wrapped handle. Overall length of a massive 61 inches. Comes factory sharp.

Windlass Oakeshott Type XIV

This medieval arming sword features a blade that swells slightly at the top to put more weight in the hand to improve its cut and thrust capabilities, making for a very fast sword. Arrives sharpened from the factory.

Bonny Scottish Dirk

This dirk features a sharp 1055 high carbon steel blade with a 5" false edge, and etchings of traditional Scottish foliage & thistle motifs on both sides, and a knurled pattern on the backside. Carved black wooden handle with nickel silver tacks. Leather-covered wooden sheath with metal throat and tip. Overall length 17-1/2 inches.

Early Scottish Dirk

This replica of an early dirk features a 1055 high carbon steel blade. Hardwood handle carved with a chevron style pattern copied from an original of circa 1550. Scabbard included. Overall length 21 inches. Comes factory sharp.

Primitive Scottish Dirk

This early version of a Scottish dirk has a sharp, well-tempered 1055 high carbon steel blade with a solid hardwood grip with steel parts. Scabbard included. Overall length 19-3/4 inches.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Sgian Dubh

The handle is a plastic resin.  
The handle is not wood.
You can heat a pin and melt it.
Reviewed by: Martin, November 21, 2022

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

Unbelievable quality. More than please with the craftsmanship.
Reviewed by: Frank, January 14, 2022

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

Very nice dirk, my son was very impressed. Looks great with his kilt.
Reviewed by: Edward, September 26, 2021

Review of: The Accolade Dagger of the Knights Templar

Beautiful dagger the scabbard is also nice but it had a sticker on the front that said “Accolade Dagger” and when pealing it off removed the finish on the leather leaving a really bad blemish which now makes it unsightly for display. I have an Accolade Sword ordered and I hope they leave the sticker off the scabbard. Again dagger is a great addition to my collection and plan on buying other blades.
Reviewed by: Patrick, September 09, 2021

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: Faithkeeper - Dagger of the Knights Templar

I bought this as a collector and was super impressed by the dagger and how well it is built, balanced and an all around fine example of the period. It was packaged and came with the Scabbard which is also well constructed and looks truly authentic. Lastly, the edge was sharp and there was not a blemish anywhere on the dagger.
I've bought other items here before, and I;'d recommend Atlanta Cutlery to anyone looking for high quality knives and cutting implements.
Reviewed by: Thomas, July 07, 2021

Review of: The Accolade Dagger of the Knights Templar

As stated before in my review of the Accolade sword and being astonished at the fine detailed craftsmanship artwork,  I just had to purchase this to make it a matching set.
Reviewed by: Samuel, March 02, 2021

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

This sword is truly stunning, a remarkable piece of art.  I couldn’t believe my eyes as I unboxed it.  The cost of this piece is like paying for a Mini Cooper but driving away in a Ferrari.  Guns of this quality cost thousands of dollars, plus the cost of ammo.  You may display your guns, but to display this type of quality and craftsmanship is a must!  My sincere thanks to Atlanta cutlery.  And I just had to order the matching dagger.  Merry Christmas to me!
Reviewed by: Samuel, December 13, 2020

Review of: The Accolade Sword of the Knights Templar

This  is an impressive  sword.  I'm  very  pleased  with  the  quality  of  this   product . The  blade  is sharp (I ordered  it sharpened).  It's  a well balanced  considering  its  size and weight .  The  belt and   scabbard  are  beautiful , and  the  leather  is of excellent  quality . The  blade  appears  to be  heat  treated  properly.  It has  that nice  bell like  sound  when struck with  another hard  piece  of  steel .  It's  beautiful!
Reviewed by: Dennis, October 20, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Crecy War Dagger

Was not sure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised.  Good quality steel.  Does not beg for attention but is silently deadly looking.  I don't go around stabbing bottles or random pieces of wood.  It to be used as a tool.  Can be used to stab and slash.  Yepper, I would recommend it.
Reviewed by: Jim, March 13, 2019