Daggers

My dagger blades are made out entirely of 51CRV4 tempered steel.

Blades width is 1,5 mm.  

Upon request the edges may be sharpened or finished for historical combat (blade width: 2,5 mm)

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Sharpening of a dagger before or after the assembling.
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XIV. Century type is present in various forms in Europe.

Grip: beech

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Baselard
Baselard
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This dagger was developed specifically for HEMA fencing, seeing the growing demand for this fencing tool.

The material of the blade is the well-proven 51CrV4 steel, which is characterized by good edge retention and flexibility.

The dagger allows for very easy fencing, the weapon seems almost weightless due to the close center of gravity.

Its handguard is made of a 2 mm thick sheet, it provides complete protection for the hand.

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HEMA dagger for fencing trainings
HEMA dagger for fencing trainings
HEMA dagger for fencing trainings
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XV. century dagger with a single-edged blade.

The blade is hardened carbon steel, suitable for re-enactment battles.

Due to the characteristic round shape of the handguards, this type is called a rondel dagger.

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Rondel dagger XV. century, single-edged, with a copper ring
Rondel dagger XV. century, single-edged, with a copper ring
Rondel dagger XV. century, single-edged, with a copper ring
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This type of dagger was in use in XV. Century throughout Europe.

Blade is tempered, made of 1 pc of steel, for re-enactment battles. 

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   Dagger Type from the XV. Century
   Dagger Type from the XV. Century
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It's a replica of the dagger shapes from that ages. It was in use throughout Europe.

 

Edge thickness: 2 mm

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Dagger Type from the XIII-XIV. Century
Dagger Type from the XIII-XIV. Century
Dagger Type from the XIII-XIV. Century
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This type of dagger was in use in XV. Century throughout Europe.

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Dagger Type from the XV. Century
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The shape of the dagger comes from the XIVth Century. 

The blade was made of 1 piece of steel, with blunt edges, tempered for real re-enactment battles. 

 

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Dagger from the XIVth Century, with wood grip
Dagger from the XIVth Century, with wood grip
Dagger from the XIVth Century, with wood grip
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XV. century dagger with a single-edged blade.

The handle is hardwood, pickled.

The blade is hardened carbon steel, suitable for martial arts.

Due to the characteristic round shape of the hand guards, this type is called a rondel dagger.

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XV. century rondel dagger with wooden handle
XV. century rondel dagger with wooden handle
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Daggers played an important role throughout history in combat confrontations, as secondary or self defense weapons. In antiquity swords often were considered as daggers due to their shortened size and capability of thrusting or stabbing, ex: the pugio in the Roman Empire. Daggers in the Early Middle Ages were single cutting edge knives, ex: scramax evolving for larger civilian use. They appeared in various shapes and sizes but featuring only a single cutting edge.

Double-edged thrusting daggers that looked like swords in terms of shape emerged in the XIII. century. The historical types of daggers in the XIV – XV century are the baselard, rondel, kidney dagger. These daggers were called „mercy weapons” as they were used to give the last mercy strike to the opponent. In the XVI century, in the period of larger daggers appeared the parrying daggers in order to assist in parrying incoming thrusts and protect the opponent’s weapon.

Daggers have been used as combat weapons up to the present time.

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