This was my second dagger and one of my most beloved. Thor's Dagger is the second edition of the Legends in Steel series. It was based on the Thor legend from Norse mythology. Thor was a thunder god and this dagger was forged with his mighty hammer, which could throw lightning bolts. It is a limited edition by U.S. Cavalry number 318 of 600.
This is the Knight's Dagger in its sheath. It is the third edition in the Legends in Steel series. It is one of the few for which I do not have a display stand. It has a steel sheath instead.
This is the Knight's Dagger unsheathed. It is heavily oiled for easy removal from the steel sheath.
This is the Lancelot Dagger. It is the fourth edition in the Legends in Steel series. It is the heaviest blade in the series with a solid handle.
This is the Crusader Dagger. It is the fifth edition in the Legends in Steel series. It is the smallest dagger in the series.
This is the Pendragon Dagger. It is the sixth edition to the Legends in Steel series. It comes with a ring to display along side of it. It is the longest dagger in the series.
This is the Sorcerer's Dagger. It was made to replace Thor's Dagger in the Legends in Steel series after it was taken off the market. It has a similar hilt design to that of Thor's Dagger, however the blade is quite unique.
This is the Talisman. It is a Kit Rae design by United. It has a sepentine hilt, two dragons' heads for crossguards, and a skull being held by a dragon's claw for its pommel.
This is the Mongolian Dagger. Although it is not of great quality, it is the most colorful blade in my collection. It was given to me by a once dear friend.
This is my Flying Dragon Dagger. It was my very first blade. I saw it on TV and my mom and dad gave to me for a birthday present when I was about 11 years old. Though it caught my eye, it is made quite poorly. I love it all the same.
This is the Bowie knife I bought in Olustee at the Civil War reenactment. When I saw it I said "Now that's a knife".