Here at Medieval Collectibles we have a huge selection of knives. We offer a wide variety of boot knives, combat knives, bowies, hunting knives, folding knives, machetes, push knives, training knives, World War knives and throwing knives. Medieval Collectibles carries only the finest knives from around the world. These functional knives are made by Hanwei, CAS Iberia, Windlass and Cold Steel. Our knives are great for hunting, camping, self defense, practicing and are great collectible knives. Whatever the situation may be, you always need a good quality knife, so get it from Medieval Collectibles that offers knives at affordable prices.
Boot Knives, Throwing Knives and Self Defense Knives
Boot Knives

Boot knives are knives that are concealed in a boot for a backup weapon to be carried. Boot knives are mostly small fixed blade knife and about 3 to 5 inches in length. Boot knives can also be carried under the pant leg, tucked beneath the belt or can even be carried on a chain or piece of parachute cord around the neck. Medieval Collectibles carries affordable boot knives that are great for self defense, military or law enforcement. We carry a large selection of boot knives to suit just about any taste.

Bowies, Hunting Bowie, Survival Bowie and Bowie Knives

The Bowie was made in a period of hand labor, the industrial revolution had not touched the cutlery trades. All the work on the old knives was by hand, with an artisans craft skills that were learned during a long apprenticeship to master forgers, grinders and cutlers. Medieval Collectibles carries popular bowies from manufactures Cold Steel, C.A.S. Iberia and Hanwei. All our bowies are great for hunting, survival, camping as well as collectibles.

Combat Knives, Tactical Knives and Self Defense Knives
Combat Knives

We now carry affordable and durable quality combat knives and tactical knives. Our combat knives are made by CAS Iberia, Cold Steel and Windlass. Choosing the best combat tactical knives to use could easily be the difference between your life and death. Medieval Collectibles helps you make that choice easy by only carrying the best combat knives made. Selecting reliable combat tactical knives can be the key difference in many unpredictable situations that face each of us more and more everyday. Once you see and understand our combat tactical knives, you will feel more assured you are making the right decision.

Folding Knives, Pocket Knives and Locking Knives
Folding Knives

Folding knives make great knives because when they are not in use, you can fold them up and put them into your pocket. Folding knives are safer than traditional knives because once folded you can not cut yourself on the blade. Blades on folding knives are typically no larger than 3 to 5 inches in length and can be used for anything. These knives are generally cheaper than other knifes and are the most commonly carried by the average consumer.

Hunting Knives, Outdoor Knives and Survival Knives
Hunting Knives

If you are a camper or bowman then you need a good quality hunting knife. These blades are not just beautiful, they are tough! Hunting knives also hold an amazing edge and are easy to sharpen. Hunting knives are useful for all kinds of utility chores like field dressing, skinning or even quartering big game. They have a sharp, yet sturdy point for piercing and a moderately curved blade with an extra thin edge that facilitates cutting, slashing, chopping and shearing strokes. Get your quality and durable hunting knives from Medieval Collectibles.

Knife Displays, Knife Stands and Knife Display Boxes
Knife Displays

Surprisingly or unsurprisingly, knives make for great collectibles. Just like with any sort of weapon, there are dozens of different types and variations, simply because in todays society, there are millions, if not billions of people, all of whom want a knife to suit their needs and tastes. This means that there are literally millions of knives that likely exist to suit each and every need perfectly. And just like any great collectible, there has to be a manner to display it properly, because leaving a bunch of knives to sit around is not properly displaying a collection.

Knife Sheaths, Knife Scabbards and Folding Knife Sheaths
Knife Sheaths

Sheaths are a great accessory to add to almost any knife; not only do they add protection to the knife in question but they are also fantastic visual accessories in their own right. Its not uncommon, in fact, for a knifes sheath to be just as attractive the knife itself is especially when you consider that more often than not, the knife sheath is the first part of the knife you see. Medieval Collectibles carries an assortment of knife sheaths, many of which are great for storing all sorts of folding knives.

Knives, Modern Knives, Fantasy Knives and Unique Knives

This knife category is every knife that we carry that does not fit into any other category. These knives are all functional and very durable for any use. We carry both fixed blade knives and folding bladed knives. Some of the blades are not your traditional straight blades neither are the handles of some of these knives. These knives are great for cutting, skinning, and piecing your prey. Take these functional knives camping, hunting, self defense or everyday use.

Machetes, Kopis Machetes, Barong Machetes and Bolo Machetes

A machete is like a large cleaver that is normally used to cut through thick vegetation. If you are a camper or hunter a machete is the perfect tool to cut through that thick forest. Medieval Collectibles has several types of machetes that are fully functional. We carry Latin machetes, barong machetes, bolo machetes, bowie machetes, and heavy machetes just to name a few of them. Machetes can also be used as an offensive weapon as well as a tool for any activities that you desire.

Push Knives, Push Daggers, Push Dirk and Push Knife
Push Knives

A push knife also known as a push dagger is a short knife with a "T" handle. The push knife is designed to be grasped in the hand so that the blade protrudes from the front of the fist. The push daggers were used for perforating armour or penetrating chain mail. Push daggers were issued as trench knives during World War I and World War II. The push knives are not only used for fighting and are great for cutting tasks because they have great leverage while using a small blade.

Tantos, Modern Tantos, Tactical Tantos and Combat Tantos

The functional tanto is a Japanese dagger, strictly one with a guard and has all of the fittings used on swords. The tanto blades rarely exceed 12 inches in length and usually accompanying a katana. These tantos combine the best attributes of a traditional tanto with modern features that make this an eminently practical tool. The tanto's blades are shaped just like the Japanese tantos. All of our Tantos feature a deep lustrous satin finish on the hollow ground blade bevels and a contrasting line grain finish on the blade flats.

Throwing Knives, Throwing Darts and Throwing Knife Sets
Throwing Knives

Our throwing knives are super sharp that are well balanced so every throw is even. What is great about these knives is that they are such good quality, but are so affordable. Throwing knives are great for self defense when you do not want to get to close to your attacker. Throwing knives are commonly made of a single piece of steel or other material, without handles, unlike other types of knives. The knife has two sections, the blade which is the sharpened half of the knife and the grip which is not sharpened. The purpose of the grip is to allow the knife to be safely handled by the user and also to balance the weight of the blade.

World War Knives, Trench Knives, German Knives and German Daggers
World War Knives

Medieval Collectibles now have world war knives that are authentically detailed and fully functional. These knives are made for military collectors and WWII re-enactors. We have German trench knives and daggers that are made by CAS Iberia and Windlass. World War II knives come with a sheath and are very affordable. These trench knives are intended for close quarter fighting whether on the field or in the trenches. The trench knife originated during the first World War.