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Knives & Tools

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  1. Windlass Munich Dagger

    Windlass Munich Dagger

    In the 17th Century a dagger was almost always carried. The Munich Dagger features an unsharpened 1095 high carbon steel blade with fuller and decorative piercings.

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  2. Windlass Steel Stiletto

    Windlass Steel Stiletto

    Stilettos were light, easy to carry and often worn like jewelry by both men and women. In use throughout the European Renaissance, they were common at the feast table.

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  3. Windlass Brass Handled Rondel

    Windlass Brass Handled Rondel

    The Rondel Dagger was around for a long period of time and took many forms, from utilitarian to pure combat weapon, like this one.

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  4. Windlass Left Hand Deschaux Dagger

    Windlass Left Hand Deschaux Dagger

    The left hand dagger, or Main Gauche, was employed in the art of rapier and dagger swordplay. It was often worn at the back, tilting to the left for easy access.

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  5. Windlass Jambiya

    Windlass Jambiya

    The Jambiya is found in every country that has been inhabited by the Arabs; from Turkey to the Balkans, and even in Spain. The origins of this knife are unknown. Windlass' reproduction is of a form found in Persia and India and is worn at the stomach under a sash or belt.

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  6. Windlass 17th Century Silver Hilted Dagger

    Windlass 17th Century Silver Hilted Dagger

    This dagger features a large, fully tempered high carbon steel blade with attractive fuller work married to a durable hilt. The guard, grip and pommel are all made from solid nickel silver.

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  7. Windlass Venetian Stiletto

    Windlass Venetian Stiletto

    This stiletto is a reproduction of an original held by the Doge's Palace in Venice and is one of the most attractive Windlass has reproduced.

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  8. Windlass Early Scottish Dirk

    Windlass Early Scottish Dirk

    Windlass Steelcrafts' Early Scottish Dirk is a reproduction of an early version of the dirk. The hardwood handle is carved with a chevron like pattern based upon an original of circa 1550. The single edged blade is a 1055 high carbon steel. Includes scabbard.

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