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  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : 39,000.00 USD
FINE AND RARE GERMAN HAND AND A HALF SWORD C.1620. This magnificent sword was surely made to order for a wealthy and probably titled owner. It is a hand and a half broadsword made for use in one hand or two, depending on the situation. It is related to a group of swords dating to the early 17th century, mainly decorated with animal head pommels and quillon terminals. The use of human heads is less well known, but several examples exist. A notable example, evidently related to and possible by the same artisan is in the collection of the Historsche Museum, Dresden, #VI/341. Features distinctive to both examples are the form of the ears and the wedge shaped rolled collar. The base of the 32 3/4" double edged blade is decorated with a scrolling tendril from which three flowers bloom, growing from a fruit. The reference is obviously to the cycle of birth and renewal a popular theme offering hope in troubled times.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £24,995.00
Very Fine and rare Cased Set of Flintlock Duelling Pistols by Twigg with a Pair of Companion Pocket Pistols. SN 8583. A Very Fine and rare Cased Set of Flintlock Duelling Pistols by Twigg with a Pair of Companion Pocket Pistols. Duellers 15 1/2&157; overall, 10&157; slightly swamped, twist octagonal sighted 25 bore barrels each signed along the top flat ´Twigg London´ and engraved with a line of beadwork behind the back-sight, border engraved tangs each decorated with foliage, border engraved flat bevelled locks each with second form of signature and stepped tail. Figured full stocks each carved in relief with a shell behind the barrel tang, chequered rounded flat-sided butts with a dot in the centre of each diamond and carved with characteristic step behind the lock and side-flat on each side, steel trigger guards each with acorn finial and decorated with a flowerhead on the border engraved bow, turned ramrod-pipes, horn-tipped ramrods, one with iron worm. Pocket pistols 6 1/2&157; overall with 1 1/2&157; turn-off rifled 120 bore cannon barrels, actions engraved with a trophy on each side and inscribed ’London’ on a scroll, blued sliding trigger guard safety catches which lock down the frizzens each decorated with foliage on the bow, figured flat-sided butts inlaid with silver wire scrollwork. In their original lined and fitted mahogany case with some accessories including a leather covered three-way powder-flask stained in imitation of tortoiseshell, matching bullet moulds in 25 and 120 bore, turn screw and loading rod. The exterior of the lid with brass carrying handle of Chippendale form Circa 1775-80 Duellers in very good, re-finished condition, crisp actions. Pocket pistols in good condition with minor losses to silver wire. Accessories all original to set. Original case with split to front edge of lid, hooks old replacements. Provenance: W. Keith Neal Collection, C26 Christie’s London, Fine Antique Firearms from the W. Keith Neal Collection, 8 November 1995, lot 317 John Fox Twigg was born in Grantham, Lincolnshire in 1732. He is recorded at various addresses in London between 1755 and the year of his death in 1790. Durs Egg worked for him on his arrival in London in 1772 and John Manton served as his foreman. He is considered to be one of founding fathers of the English gun making trade Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £24995
Click and use the code 23227 to search for this item on the dealer website Singularly Fine Museum Quality Original Viking Broadsword
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £22500
Pair of Scottish Lobe Butt Pistols by Thomas Murdoch of Doune dating to the Third Quarter of the 18th century. https://www.rct.uk/collection/405954/st-jamess-park-and-the-mall-0 Both lobe and scroll butt styles were produced at the same time in the mid-18th century by the Doune gun makers. The only difference between the two forms being the shape of the butt terminal. The typical Doune decorative style applied to these all-steel pistols relates to the barrel decoration, the scrolls on the lock plates behind the cocks, and on the fore ends and undersides of the pistols. The scrolling and leafy features indicate a Celtic root to this style of decoration.     The pistols illustrated here are finished in this manner. Both cocks, and the areas behind them on the lock plates, are engraved with scrolling foliage. The spines of the butts are engraved with parallel sets of lines infilled with chains of chevrons and waves. The fore ends are engraved with scrolls, acanthus leaves, linear designs and chevrons on four planes. The button triggers are formed from cups of silver brazed together and engraved with four petals which radiate from the tang ends. Underneath the locks the space is decorated with fine linear engraving of scrolls, parallel lines and waves, crossed by three silver bands engraved with chevrons. The base of each butt is centred with a silver button, surrounded by two engraved bands and four inlaid silver triangles, the points radiating outwards, interspersed with four silver circular centre-punched studs within panels of scrolls. The belt hooks are  attached to each stock with a double roundel pierced and decorated with designs similar to those found on the guard panels of traditionally made Scottish basket hilted swords. The slender elongated hooks widen towards the flattened ends and curl slightly outwards, the shafts delicately filed with spiral rope-work twists. The locks are of typical “Highland” form with a horizontal sear extending through each lock plate which holds the cock in the half cock position, and a vertical sear is present which extends from the top of each trigger plate and protrudes through a small oblong aperture in the centre of the upper surface of each butt behind the barrel tang. The lock plates are each signed “T” with “MURDOCH” beneath, with a downward pointing scroll extension to the right hand leg of the letter “R” which extends to the front then upwards to curl around the letter “T”, in typical form for the signature of this maker. The four stage barrels have fluted sections near each base and flared muzzles with octagonal sides engraved with fine scrolls. The middle sections of the barrels are rounded and boldly engraved with foliage. The overall length of each pistol extremity to extremity is just under 12 inches (30.0 cm). The barrel lengths are 7.25 inches (just over 18.5 cm). Thomas Murdoch’s baptism is recorded as of 9th May 1735, son of John Murdoch and Margaret McMien in Tenemon. His marriage is recorded 18th December 1766 to Ann Buchanan in the Parish of Port of Menteith. Both events are detailed in the Kilmadock Parish Register (an administrative area which recorded births, deaths and marriages in the Doune region of Perthshire – Kilmadock burial ground where many of the Doune gun makers are interred is a short distance from Doune). In 1774 Thomas Murdoch is recorded as “Gunsmith in Leith”. Presumably he moved his business to this Edinburgh port area sometime between 1766 and 1774, as demand for high quality and expensive Doune pistols started to shrink along the Highland Line due to the disarming measures taken by the Hanoverian government after the failure of the ’45 Rebellion. During this period pistol production in Doune all but ceased. The later pistols made by Thomas Murdoch which by style or signature (sometimes incorporating the place of work as “Leith”) are less elaborate, less well finished and most certainly less expensive to produce and sell compared to his better, earlier, Doune pistols. A development most likely due to increasing competition to supply the marine market with lower quality, cheaper, plainer pistols, coming on to the market at that time from both Britain and abroad. The high quality of the pistols illustrated here is a clear indicator that they were made in Doune in the early part of Thomas Murdoch’s career.  Despite these developments, there was still the occasional opportunity for a quality commission in the later 18th century. According to the Scottish Statistical Account a pair of pistols made by T. Murdoch “a tradesman taught in Doune” were presented by the City of Glasgow to the Marquis de Bouille in 1784 (see “Scottish Arms Makers, Charles E Whitelaw page 43). Thomas is recorded as active in Leith in 1774, 1780, 1782 and finally in 1790. It seems he was succeeded in the family business by his son William first recorded in 1793.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £18995
Click and use the code 22605 to search for this item on the dealer website 18th Century Silver and Enamel Makara ´Lucknow´ Palace Damascus Sword
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £17500.00
Cased Pair of Flintlock Duelling Pistols. A Cased Pair of Flintlock Pistols by Harrison & Thomson. With round sighted barrels, stamped Thomson & Co. London, decorated with bands of engraved bands of platinum, gold touch holes, with profusely engraved tangs cut with sighting grooves, stepped engraved locks, signed on silver ovals, decorated with scrolling foliage throughout, cocks decorated en suite, full-stocked in walnut, with engraved steel mounts decorated with foliage on the bow and pineapple finials, turned ramrod pipes, with loading rods. In original fitted and lined case, complete with unusual red leather covered flask and bullet mould. Harrison & Thomson Penelope Harrison & James Thompson (widow & son-in-law of John Harrison). Gunmakers, 18 Swan St., Minories, 1779-1803. Contractors to Ordnance and East India Co. Succeeded by James Thompson. John Harrison Gunmaker, Swan St., Minories, c.1770-d. 1779. Contractor to Ordnance, 1777-8; East India Co., 1774-9. Contractors continued by widow, Penelope. Howard L. Blackmore (1986) Gunmakers Of London, 1350-1850. George Shumway Publisher. USA. Dimensions: Bore: Barrel Length: Overall Length:
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : £17500
Fine North European Two Handed Sword Dating To Circa 1520. A fine, rare and well proportioned North European two handed  sword (hand and a half sword).  The hilt, which retains much of its original blackening to the iron parts, is an impressively chiselled example of the early 16th century armourer’s craft. The flat, downwardly curved quillons,  widening towards square-ended terminals, with central rope-twist decoration in raised relief on both sides, plus the deeply grooved pommel with fluted ridges, mark this sword out as a member of a distinct and unique group of North European two-handed swords. So far as we know, only six of this type are presently identified. The broad blade is single edged with a thick spine beneath which two fullers each side extend from the hilt for 40% of its length, after which the blade is double edged and of lenticular section. Three crescent-shaped notches are applied at the end of the spine. An armourers mark of facing crescents terminating in ovals, with a further oval imbetween,  flanked by trefoils of diamond shaped dots is present on one side a short distance from the hilt. The marks are most likely of a Passau smith. The hub of the cross is formed as a thick bar of rectangular section. The distinctive quillons are rounded nearest the block and expand in vertically flattened form towards their terminals and are decorated with raised diagonally grooved rope-like lines along the middles which are flanked by further incised lines. Two horizontal ring guard bars of thick round section are applied to the sides, each formed with two raised knops with similar “roped” finish. Beneath the cross, a downward facing round section bar of open crescent shape is applied. Two further crescents, also decorated with knops, are forged onto the terminals of this bar and rise at 45 degrees to attach to, and strengthen, the side rings. The pommel is of upturned pear shape and formed with eight equally spaced deep grooves which radiate from the pommel top to its base. The surfaces of the ridges imbetween are cut with narrow lines alternating in vertical, and diagonally vertical form, similar in depth and spacing as the lines which form the rope designs on the guard. The guard and the pommel retain much of the original  blackened finish. The waisted stepped grip is of wood covered with leather over a cord wrap. The blade length is 41.5 inches (105.5 cm) and overall is 52 inches (132 cm) long. These large swords were not just for two-handed use. They were designed to be used equally well with one hand by a trained user. In the 16th century such  swords were quite common on European battlefields, carried by  armies fighting wars almost permanently during a time of shifting religious  and political change. As fashions moved towards the beginning of the 17th century they went out of use and today are rare compared to the survival rates of two-handed swords of the “bearing sword” variety – large, well made, imposing and decorous, but designed mainly to be carried point up in civic procession rather than for use in combat. One fine example, almost identical to ours, is illustrated in “Records of the Medieval Sword”, Ewart Oakeshott, St Edmundsbury Press, 1991, page 241, which sold through Peter Dale Ltd of London before 1982. The same example is illustrated in “The Price Guide to Antique Edged Weapons”, Leslie Southwick, Antique Collectors Club, 1982, page 29, fig 49). Oakeshott comments that another sword in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London (Inventory Number M.602-1927) and illustrated in “European Swords”, Anthony North, page 6 fig 3, has an identical hilt apart from the guard having one branch. A third example is illustrated in “Edged Weapons in Sweden”, Staffan Kinman, Stockholm, 2014, page 29, fig 26b, and is similar to the British Museum example. Oakeshott comments on another in Zurich (Schweizerisches Landesmuseum Inventory Number LM 16933). A fifth sword with similar characteristics is also illustrated in Southwick (as above) fig 48, its location unknown.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £16,500.00
Very Fine & Rare Pair of Flintlock Carriage Pistols by Westley Richards. SN 8448. A Very Fine & Rare Pair of Flintlock Carriage Pistols by Westley Richards 5 &194;&190;&157; side by side 16 bore barrels with bead foresights. Tangs with acanthus engraving, bevelled flat stepped lockplates with bolted safeties, engraved ’Westley Richards’. Flat bevelled swan necked cocks, semi-waterproof pans with roller on frizzen springs. Walnut half stocks, iron trigger guards engraved with trophies of arms, with pineapple finials. Ramrod pipes en suite. Original brass tipped ramrods. Circa 1812/15. Pistols in very good condition, barrels re-browned, much original finish remaining. Flintlocks by Westley Richards are very rare. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £15,995.00
Very Fine, Possibly Unique, Cased Howdah Pistol by Samuel and Charles Smith. SN 8710. A Very Fine, Possibly Unique, Cased Howdah Pistol by Samuel and Charles Smith. 13&157; overall, 7&157; blued tapering flat sided barrels made in a single block of octagonal section with London Proofs and engraved on each side with scrolling foliage, signed ´Saml and C Smith London´ on sighted top flat engraved with foliage between the nipples, nipple bolsters each with small platinum plug, blued border engraved tang decorated with foliate scrollwork and with a starburst behind the back-sight. Blued lower tang engraved en suite, signed case-hardened border engraved back-action locks each with blued safety catch, foliate scroll engraved case-hardened hammers each with blued detachable nose for Imperial caps. Chequered finely figured rounded butt with rounded pommel, blued border engraved trigger guard decorated with scrolling foliage, silver escutcheon engraved with owner’s crest, blued under-rib and stirrup ramrod. In its original lined and fitted oak case with accessories including Sykes patent cylindrical brass mounted powder flask in fine condition, steel bullet mould, nipple-wrenches each with flattened figured handle, and bags of lead balls, the lid with Samuel & Charles Smith trade label stating ´Gun Makers to His Majesty & His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester´ and ´Sons of the Late William Smith´, used circa 1827-1845, the exterior with brass escutcheon and flush-fitting brass carrying handle, London proof marks. &194;&160;Circa1840 The unusual form of the butt is believed to be intended for shooting down from an elephant howdah. Pistol in very fine condition with full complement of accessories Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, Fine Antique Arms, Armour and Collectors Firearms, 17 December 2013, lot 82 The Peter Dineley Collection The crest is that of the Earls of Liverpool (extinct 1851), almost certainly for Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, 3rd Earl of Liverpool (1784-1851) Samuel Smith, the son of William Smith, carried on his father’s business at 64 Princes Street from 1824, and for a short period the firm was called Smith & Co. Samuel took his brother Charles into partnership, and the name was changed to Samuel and Charles Smith Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £15,995.00
Very Fine Pair of Duelling Pistols by Durs Egg. SN 8449. A Very Fine Pair of Duelling Pistols by Durs Egg, 14 &194;&190;&157; overall, 9" slightly swamped octagonal 54 bore barrels signed D. Egg London in script, engraved with a band of beadwork at the breeches, the rear and fore sights to both pistols removed to allow reactive sighting. Stepped locks signed D. Egg in script, slender swan necked cocks ,spoon shaped pans, the frizzen springs with good traces of original colour, full stocked carved behind the lock tails with a tear drop and with slab sided butts, the plain trigger guards with acorn-shaped terminals retaing traces of original blued finish, horn fore-end caps and horn capped wooden ramrods one with worm. A very fine early pair of duelling pistols in the manner of John Twigg who Durs Egg had worked in 1772. Circa 1775 In near mint conditionEx Wilfrid Ward collection sold Christie´s October 1993.The Catalogue notes these are the earliest known Durs Egg Duelling pistols. Durs Egg son of Leonz Egg, gunmaker, Switzerland. Born 1748, baptised Urs Christian. After a short stay in Paris, came to London and worked for John Twigg, 1772. Granted denization in 1791. Gunmaker & Sword Cutler. Became gunmaker to George IV & Duke of York. Renowned for his fine workmanship. See Weapons of Honour page 965 by Wilfrid Ward Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £14750.00
Incredibly Rare Forsyth Pistol. New item, description to follow.
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : 19,000.00 USD
RARE SPANISH OR ITALIAN WHEEL POMMEL RAPIER C.1530. No single form or date can be given to the point at which the rapier evolved. However, accepting the common definition, this example comes very close to that point, retaining the principal attributes of the Gothic broadsword, straight cross guard and wheel pommel. Its simple counter guard is identical to one on an example in the Sir James Mann collection dated to the 1520s. Other examples with variations of the guard are dated earlier, however, they all evidently have cutting/thrusting blades. The heavy diamond section blade of this example marked VALENCIA (sic.) distinguishes it as among the very earliest swords made primarily for thrusting with in respect to then evolving sword technique. 35 3/4" length blade. Allowing for the commerce in weapons, the universal popularity of imported weapons and the blade inscription, it is reasonable to conclude that it was produced for the Spanish market and as such might be linked to the conquistadors. Of the few related examples, it appears that several are in excavated condition and nearly all in public collections.
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £13500.00
Untouched Pair of Holster Pistols by Griffin. A Super Pair of Untouched Silver Mounted Holster Pistols by Griffin of Bond Street, Hallmarked for 1756-57, Silversmiths Mark for Jeremiah Ashley. With round barrels, slightly swamped at the muzzles, engraved ‘GRIFFIN Bond Street London' within a border, both stamped with London proofs and Foreigners marks, foliate engraved barrel tangs and screws, signed stepped, bevelled locks, early waterproof pans, cocks beautifully engraved with scrolling foliage (one cock missing a spur), full-stocked in walnut with raised mouldings around the barrel tangs, superb silver furniture comprising; buttcaps each with grotesque masks; trigger guards with London hallmarks for 1773/4 and makers mark IK, with detailed flower engraved trigger guard bows and flower finials, asymmetrical wrist escutcheons cast and chased with blossoms and foliage left vacant, pierced side-plates decorated with scrolling foliage and strap-work. In fine untouched condition overall. A real pair of ‘sleepers'. GRIFFIN Benjamin. Apprenticed to Samuel Harrison, 1719; gave up apprentice and worked as Foreign gunmaker allowed to prove guns by Gunmakers Co., 1724-31. Told to give up work by Gunmakers CO., but traded as gunmaker (Successor to Samuel Garrison), Bond St., 1735-70. Registered silversmiths mark, Goldsmiths Hall, 1743. With son, Joseph, took out Sun Ins. (No. 159594)on goods at Cross & Griffin, New Bond Street., 1757. Died 1770. Joseph Son of Benjamin. Apprenticed to Samuel Blanckley, turned over to father, 1741; free of Gunmakers CO., 1750. Proof piece and mark 1759. Elected Assistant, 1759; Master, 1762, 1763. Appointed Gentlemen Armourer to His Majestys Stables-in-Ordinary, 1760. Gunmaker to His Majesty near the Duke of Graftons, Bond Street., 1763. In partnership with father until 1770, then with John Tow, 1772-82. Died in 1784. Succeeded by John Tow. Howard L. Blackmore (1986) Gunmakers Of London, 1350-1850. George Shumway Publisher. USA.
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £13500.00
Near Mint Cased Pair of Duelling Pistols. With browned twist octagonal sighted barrels each signed along the top flat forward of the breech and stamped along the bottom flat with crowned 'IS' mark and 'Stubs Twisted', case-hardened breeches each with gold line and gold-lined touch-hole, border engraved case-hardened tangs each decorated with a martial trophy amid foliage, signed border engraved case-hardened flat bevelled locks each decorated with foliage at the stepped tail and with a starburst behind the semi-rainproof pan, cocks engraved en suite including the top-jaws and screws, and blued steel-springs each with roller, the internal working parts retaining their brightly burnished finish, highly figured full stocks each with chequered rounded butt including outlined pommel, blued steel trigger-guards each with pineapple finial and decorated with a martial trophy and foliage on the border engraved bow, blued turned ramrod-pipes, vacant silver escutcheons and barrel-bolt escutcheons, blued adjustable set triggers, original horn-tipped ramrods, one with worm and the other with threaded powder-measure over a further worm, and retaining virtually all their original finish: in lined and fitted oak case with accessories including brass-mounted three-way powder-flask covered in red leather (scuffed), case-hardened mainspring clamp and steel bullet mould, the interior of the lid with earlier illustrated trade label of Isaac Barber for circa 1773-98, the exterior with circular escutcheon, incorporating a flush-fitting carrying handle and both with finely beaded borders, private Birmingham proof marks Footnotes Barber & Boaler are recorded in Newark, Nottinghamshire between 1804 and 1816 Dimensions: Bore: Barrel Length: Overall Length:
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £13,495.00
Good Cased Pair of Duelling Pistols by John Bennett. SN 8712. A Good Cased Pair of Duelling Pistols by John Bennett. 14 1/2&157; overall, 9 1/2&157; octagonal barrels engraved ’London’, with London Proofs and barrelsmith´s mark. Engraved false breech, plain stepped bolted locks with chamfered edges signed ´Bennett´. Swan necked cocks, bridled broad pans. Walnut swelled butts, engraved iron furniture, trigger guards with large pineapple finials, horn tipped ramrods, one with worm. In its original mahogany case with Chippendale lifting handle, some accessories including bullet mould, three way flask, and turn screw. With the ´Makers by appointment to the Prince of Wales´ label in the lid.&194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160;&194;&160; Circa 1790 In good condition Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12,995.00
Fine Cased Pair of William Mills Target Pistols. SN 8672. A Fine Cased Pair of William Mills Target Pistols. 15 1/2 &157; overall. 10&157; octagonal sighted poly-groove 40 bore rifled barrels each signed&194;&160; along the top flat ´W Mills Improved Gunmaker 120 High Holborn London´. Adjustable foresight, rear sight on scroll engraved tang. &194;&160;Flat bolted scroll engraved locks, signed ´W Mills Improved´ with foliate scroll engraved dolphin hammers. Figured walnut &194;&160;half-stocks with chequered rounded butts, squared trigger-guards, decorated with scroll engraving bearing the serial number ´1750´ trigger-plates each with pineapple finial, German silver fore-end caps numbered 1 & 2 .Silver escutcheons with a Ducal crest of a merman over a lion. Barrel-bolt escutcheons and original brass-tipped ramrods both with worms . In original &194;&160;mahogany case with accessories including brass three way powder flask, bullet mould, box wood cap box with W.Mills label. The interior of the lid with embossed W.Mills &194;&160;trade label, the exterior with circular brass escutcheon with Ducal crest centred on a folding brass carrying handle. Circa 1835. Very high quality pistols by one of the best gun makers you haven´t heard of. In very good condition with old rebrown to barrels, very good rifled bores.&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160;&194;&160; See Peter Finer Catalogue 2007 No 33 for an example of his best work. W.MILLS Apprentice to William Parker, 1797. Gunmaker, 59 Judd Street., Brunswick Square. 1821; 120 High Holborn 1822-43. Factory at 1 King Street. Gun maker to George IV in 1830, and then Willian IV and then Queen Victoria. Made guns with superimposed charges on Jacob Mould’s Pat.; revolvers of E.H. Colliers patent circa 1830-5. Died 1837. Business continued by son, William Frederick, under father’s name, and as W. Mills & Son. Gunmaker to Ordnance 1836-9; East India Co. 1836-43. Bankrupt 1843.&194;&160; &194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12,995.00
Exceptional & Important Presentation Percussion Rifle by J Wilkinson & Son. SN 8639. An Exceptional & Important Presentation Percussion Rifle by J Wilkinson & Son, 46" overall. 30" octagonal browned stub twist barrel engraved ’Wilkinson & Son Gunmakers to her Majesty Pall Mall London’ leaf & ladder rearsight to 1300 yards, adjustable blade foresight, flat scroll & border engraved lock plate ’Wilkinson & Son’ engraved safety bolt, scroll engraved dolphin hammer, platinum plug. Well figured walnut half stock chequered at wrist & forehand, horn fore-end cap, iron furniture, trigger guard with finger grip, scroll engraved on the bow. 2 ramrod pipes & tail pipe, rings for sling swivels. Barrel .451 bore stamped underneath with London proof marks & ’TE’[ Thomas Evans barrel smith who made barrels for Joe Manton and Purdy ] numbered 5939. Contained in its original fitted case of best quality fiddle back mahogany, green baize lined with trade label of ’James Wilkinson & Son Gun & Sword Manufacturer to Her Majesty, The War Department and the Council for India No 27 Pall Mall London, Army Accoutrements Etc’. With most accessories including Dixon powder flask, 3 moulds (2 for bullets 1 for ball) 3 tins for cap wads & patches, oil bottle, 2 brass mounted ramrods with capped worms, 2 piece cleaning rod & 3 cleaning tools, packet of bullets & balls, original printed instructions in fragile condition together with a photocopy of same. Case with large circular brass escutcheon engraved ’Presented by the British Government to m. Charles Louis Benjamin Cabrie Commandant Superior of the Island of Mayotte in Acknowledgement of Important Services Rendered on Occasion of the Wreck of the British Store Ship "Enchantress" February 20.21 1861’Circa 1860 Fine original condition, traces of original blue furniture, very minor abrasions to stock, minor staining to foresight See the link for more details of the ship, It’s capture as a slaver by the Royal Navy and it’s Loss on Mayotte.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunny_South_(clipper) Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $12995.00
Rare Medieval Type XVII Broadsword, ca. 1400, Not Excavated!. This is what is generally known as a Type XVII sword, based on the typology of author and expert R. Ewart Oakeshott. This type sword was prevalent from roughly 1350 to 1425, which would place it in use during the Hundred Years War between England and France. It features an acutely tapering 29″ blade of flattened hexagonal section with broad central full-length fuller, with a pair of star-shaped maker’s marks stamped on each side. The crossguard is a simple one-piece straight bar of rectangular section tapering toward the ends. Crossguard is the type classified by Oakeshott as 1a, a type most commonly found on the Type XVII swords. The pommel is a faceted “scent stopper” shape as classified by Oakeshott as Type T, one of the more prevalent pommel styles found on Type XVII swords which first appeared in the late 14th C. Grip is wood with leather wrap. The wrap appears old and has some small losses, but it is not dry and flaking as one might expect if it were the original. Also, such leather wraps, if original to a sword of this age, generally are worn very thin and often become almost integral with the wood beneath. Overall length is 36 1/4″, which is smaller than most Type XVII swords, but still very typical of swords of that period. It is very well balanced and can easily be handled with either one or two-handed grip. Though simple in design, it just feels right. Exhibits genuine age, the blade showing lamination and all metal surfaces with scattered light to moderate pitting and an even age patina. These early swords are almost impossible to find when not excavated
  • Nation : American
  • Local Price : £12950
Click and use the code 23150 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare Romanov Era, Russian Shashka, ´Sword & Nagaika of Gallantry´
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : £12500
South German Or Swiss Hand And A Half Sword Circa 1560. A scarce and attractive “hand and a half” sword dating to the mid 16th century. A well made example, finely balanced in hand, well constructed and in good  condition. The distinctive hilt is similar to contemporary hilts of more common single handed swords known as “Saxon”, but most certainly made and used over a much wider region. Two similar hand and a half examples are displayed in the Doge’s Palace in Venice. These large swords were not just for two-handed use. They were designed to be used equally well with one hand by a trained user. In the 16th century these swords were probably not a rare site on European battlefields, carried by mercenaries and professional soldiers in armies fighting almost permanently during a time of shifting religious, political and social change. As fashions changed towards the beginning of the 17th century they went out of use and today are quite rare compared to the survival rates of two-handed swords which are of the “bearing sword” variety – large, well made, imposing and decorous, but designed mainly to be carried point up in civic procession rather than for use in combat. The hilt consists of a robust square section quillon block from which the broad arms of the cross guard are forged in flattened diamond section broadening towards the ends and terminating in shallow diamond profiles mounted with knops in the centre. A ring guard is forged from the block, and a smaller secondary ring guard sits beneath this attached to the base of two vertically aligned convex crescents of iron, which extend from the underside of the block either side of the ricasso. This structure is further strengthened on the reverse side by two crossed loops of rounded form which protrude from the block and attach to the base of the guard crescents below. A thumb ring is attached to the block above these loops. The pommel is of solid cone form with a slightly flared and narrow neck beneath. The waisted stepped grip is of wood covered with leather over a cord wrap. The broad blade is double edged with a ricasso extending some 5.5 inches (14 cm) from the hilt. A single broad central fuller extends down the centre of the blade 9.5 inches (24 cm) flanked by two shorter fullers of similar width which extend for the length of the ricasso. Beyond the central fuller the blade is of flattened lenticular section to its tip. Just beyond the end of the central fuller a stamped armourers mark is present both sides consisting of a face in a half moon facing to the left. This type of mark was often used by Solingen and Toledo trained smiths.  This mark particularly resembles the Toledo mark of Espadero del Rey. The blade is most likely of Northern Italian origin manufactured by a Toledo trained smith, working in an area under Spanish control, possibly Milan, from where Spanish blades could easily access the wider European sword making markets. It is also possible that the mark is of a Spanish trained smith that went on to work in one of the non-Spanish blade-making centres such as Solingen and that the sword was made in its entirety there. This sword form was not common in the Spanish armoury. Some European sword makers are known to have trained in Toledo, for example Heinrich Col who was a German from Solingen who worked in Toledo then in Germany (Cf. Seitz I, p. 344, and II, p. 268) indicating that movement of smiths between blade and sword making centres occurred. For more information on this mark see “European Makers of Edged Weapons, Their Marks – A Handbook for Museums and Collectors”, Staffan Kinman, Norrkopings Tryckeri, 2015. Blade length 39 inches (99 cm). Length overall 47.5 inches (120.5 cm).
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £12500.00
Iron Viking Sword - Type L. An Intact Viking Iron Sword - Type L, 10th Century. Found in Cornwall in the 1970s. Solid iron, with a. Stamped Coptic cross on the blade just below the Cresent-shaped pommel. Completely intact, beautifully weighted; with a very smooth surface which is remarkable for iron. Notes: For a similar example see: Ian Pierce and Ewart Oakeshitt, Swords of the Viking Age (Woodbridge, 2004), pp. 76-81; and Hermitage Museum. Rushing I Baltika (St. Petersburg, 2006) p. 56, no. 187. Provenance: Private collection. Collector lived in the West Country, published by Antiquarium Ltd. in Ancient Treasures X (NY, 2012). Has been researched/verified by the Art Loss Register, reference #S00083139. Dimensions: Blade Length: 30 Inches (76.20 cm) Overall Length: 38 Inches (96.52 cm)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12,000.00
Rare Knightly Sword from the Castiillion River Find. SN R041. A Rare Knightly Sword from the Castillion River Find, 39&157; overall, Double-edged blade of triangular shape, ribbed at the centre; thin quillons slightly curved toward the blade, octagonal pommel relieved at the centre. Together with the scabbard iron chape. Very rare sword in excavated condition. Provenance: private collection from Marseille. Then Robert Brooker collection. The sword was found near Castillion. (The Battle of Castillon of 1453 was the last battle fought between the French and the English during the Hundred Years’ War).References, London Park Lane Arms fair catalogue 1993 and 2012 and R.E Oakeshott A River Find of 15th Century Swords Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £11950
Click and use the code 22119 to search for this item on the dealer website Fantastic Silver Mounted Napoleonic 18th Century Sword-Shamshir Used Into the Early 19th Century
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : £11500
German / Tyrolean Hand And A Half Sword Circa 1520 With Islamic / Ottoman Inscription. A German or Tyrolean “hand and a half” size fighting sword, of attractive proportions, dating to the first part of the 16th century. A worn Islamic inscription on both sides of the blade indicates that the sword was once captured by the Ottomans as a trophy, most likely in one of the many battles engaged between European and Ottoman forces, as the Empire expanded into the Balkans, Southern Europe and the Mediterranean rim in the late 15th and  16th centuries. Until the early part of the 20th century many similar trophies were stored at the Istanbul Armoury (now the Military Museum, Asker Muzesi, at Harbiye), and relocated to other locations around the city in turbulent times for Turkey at the end of the Ottoman era, often to insecure and inappropriate storage. Some swords like this dispersed to European collections where they were cleaned and displayed. The story of the sword therefore not only represents the European armourer’s craft in the early 16th century, but also in different ways, the rise of the Ottoman Empire, which it was originally used to oppose, and its decline. The broad double-edged blade gradually tapers towards its point. A central  fuller extends from the hilt either side for 10 inches (26 cm) which is flanked by two shorter fullers 7 inches (18 cm) in length. Just after the fullers terminate the inscription is applied slightly to one side on each face and the blade is of flattened lenticular section thereafter for the rest of its length. The middle of the cross is forged as a thick, oval guard bar. The quillons are of rounded section and curve downwards to terminate in large waisted swollen knops. A sloping thumb ring is present on one side and a more imposing guard ring is fixed to the other, strengthened by secondary guard bars which join the sides of the ring with the cross bar. The outer edge of the ring is decorated with knops of similar style to the quillon terminals. The solid pommel is dome shaped on top, decorated with fern-like incised designs, cone shaped below and mounted with an integral button. The waisted stepped grip is of wood covered with leather over a cord wrap. These large swords were not just for two-handed use. They were designed to be used equally well with one hand by a trained user. In the 16th century “hand and a half” swords were probably not a rare site on European battlefields. As fashions changed towards the beginning of the 17th century they went out of use and today are quite rare compared to the survival rates of two-handed swords which are of the “bearing sword” variety – large, well made, imposing and decorous, but designed mainly to be carried point up in civic procession rather than for use in combat. Blade length 41.25 inches (105 cm). Length overall 49.5 inches (126 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £11475
Click and use the code 23238 to search for this item on the dealer website Fine Norman Sword Used into the Reign of King Richard the Lionheart
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £11275
Click and use the code 22938 to search for this item on the dealer website Edward Ist, Medieval ´Type XII´ Double-Edged Knightly Sword13th century
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £10295
Click and use the code 22937 to search for this item on the dealer website Fabulous Original Knight´s Sword of Henry IIIrd Period, in the 1200´s
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £10250
Click and use the code 23251 to search for this item on the dealer website Norman Single-Handed Sword 12th century AD, Used In the Early Crusades Era
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : 13,800.00 USD
FINE SPANISH CUP HILTED RAPIER C.1650. Classic form with a broad rolled edge over a pierced scalloped cup. See Swords & Daggers, Wilkinson, pl.61 for another plainer example with an identical pierced cup. The cup edge, chiseled in a scale motif. The cup chiseled in flower headed tendrils (pommel chiseled to match) inhabited by hounds menacing a lion and boar. The scallops as tendrils alternating with hounds and prey. Fine silver wire wrapped grip.  39” diamond section blade with deep fuller at the forte inscribed  S E B E S T I A N  H E R N A N D E Z.  Purchased in London in the 1980s and quality seldom seen on the market today.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £9,995.00
Fine Pair of Holster Pistols by Griffin & Tow. SN 8455. A Fine Pair of Holster Pistols by Griffin and Tow. 15&157; overall, 9&157; round flat topped 22 bore barrels with London proofs & ´IG´ maker´s mark and engraved ´Griffin and Tow London´. The border engraved rounded lockplates signed ´Griffin and Tow´. Walnut full stocks with raised carved shells around tangs. Iron furniture consisting of long spur stepped buttcaps, trigger guards with acanthus finials, flat engraved sideplates, two ramrod pipes and oval escutcheons. Horn tipped ramrods, one with worm. Circa 1770-75 Good condition, one trigger guard with added screw. Joseph Griffin was turned over to his father in 1741 and was free of the Gunmakers’ Company in 1750. He was appointed Gentleman Armourer to His Majesty’s Stables-in-Ordinary in 1760 and was elected Master of the Gunmakers’ Company in 1761 and 1763. In partnership with his father until 1770 and with John Tow, 1771-82, he died in 1784 Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £9995
Click and use the code 23241 to search for this item on the dealer website Original Norman Crusader Knights Broadsword, Brazil Nut Pommel
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £9,750.00
Snaphaunce Musket c1630. A very rare early Snaphaunce Musket c1630 possibly earlier and Austrian or German. The musket is full stocked with a curve profile below the barrel line running the full length and with iron ramrod pipes, pins and muzzle end. The ramrod in original with horn tip matching the inlay to the stock. The barrel with excellent engraved decoration to the beech and flared muzzle. The stock with sliding small patch box with basic catch and a named detailed in ink Von ?? possibly the Austrian – German connection however the stock is stamped with A P and under the lock L H which could indicate the property of Col Alexander Popham of Littlecote House c 1605 – 1669 complete with iron large trigger guard and trigger Please note the lock has been cleaned and a small age repair to the forend which is hardly visible overall length 44 inches 112cm the barrel 37.75 inches 88cm
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  • Seller : prorok99
30 inch unmarked 3 sided Colichemarde blade on this 18th Century / Rev War era French Small Sword, brass hilt, single knuckle bow with pas d'an and kidney form guard with shell and foliate decoration over all. Hilt tight and sound, wire wrap grip appears to be a restoration. Blade good, deep central fuller on the obverse flat, clean, smooth fine pitting over all, no scabbard. Buyer adds $20.00 Postage within the continental US..Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/18th-Century-French-Brass-Hilted-Small-Sword-30-inch-Colichemarde-Blade/363145081827?hash=item548d2233e3:g:YJUAAOSwAf5fdlB9
  • Seller : johnbhenryantiques
French Chassepot Bayonet 1879  .  This fine French Bayonet needs some work but will clean up nicely!!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/French-Chassepot-Bayonet-1879-B-5228/224201683500?hash=item343376322c:g:2mMAAOSwl~tfEcbR
  • Seller : steelers2019
This is a Hallmark / Legends in Series F-86F Sabre! This a 1:72 scale Diecast model Collectible  Aircraft model. The Aircraft is in like new condition and the only wear on it is the has been open and Plastic container it in has some cracks in it. The Plane it self has never been Displayed or touched .                                     NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND I DO OFFER COMBINED SHIPPING RATES ! THANKS FOR LOOKING AND IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE ASK. I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CLOSE THE AUCTION AT ANYTIMEEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hallmark-Legends-in-Flight-Series-72-Diecast-F-86F-Sabre/284051314431?hash=item4222c716ff:g:DP4AAOSwWqBfjgNX
  • Seller : progunman2
FN BAYONET, SHEATH & FROG. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/FN-BAYONET-SHEATH-FROG/143791295632?hash=item217aa10c90:g:u2YAAOSwdv9fiisZ
  • Seller : sword-bayonet
Antique French Battle axe Tomahawk , Great PatinaHandle is very old but it looks later addition Bid with confidence My sale is not final until you hold the item and like it . If you don't like it , money back warranty ; no questions ask14 days returnEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-French-Battle-axe-Tomahawk-Not-sword/193719024870?hash=item2d1a8dbce6:g:wtIAAOSw7PVfkMVk
  • Seller : alismith1195812
   This is a high grade original presentation Staff & Field Officers sword.  The sword's grip has all of its original leather and triple wire wrap.  The pommel cap is engraved with a floral motif and shield.   The guard has the floral motif and standard U.S.   The blade is absolutely beautiful with an American eagle on one side and the U.S. on the opposite.   The highly lustrous blade does have some spotting near the upper portion of the ricasso.  The sword was made by and stamped :  Collins &  Co.  Hartford  Conn.   and dated 1862.  Other side of ricasso is marked: Schuyler Hartley & Graham NY.    They were the ones who sold the sword in New York.   It still has its original throat washer.  No rattle or looseness with blade or handle.  The scabbard is also quite beautiful.  Body of scabbard retains almost 100% of its shiny brown lacquered finish.  Brass fittings are also highly engraved .  The brass drag is engraved with an eagle, federal shield, and U.S.      Now for the interesting part.  On the top scabbard ring fitting there is a shield that at one time had a presentation engraved on it.  Who knows why but years ago some imbecile decided to try to obliterate that by rubbing it off.  You can still make a date of 1863 and a letter or two here and there.  I have been told by a police friend of mine, now retired, that there is a way sometimes under very high magnification to partially or completely discern what was once there.  Although I've had this sword at least 40 years plus,  I have never looked into that probably because of the cost.  Over my 50+ years of collecting I've had dozens of ID'd and presentation items but I never got around to researching all of them.  But readable inscription or not this is still a very beautiful example of a fine presentation grade of sword sold by a very prestigious NY firm.I ship Priority Mail with insurance within 24 hours of receipt of payment.  Payment is due within 2 days of the close of the auction.Thank you for viewing my listing.  Please see my other items and feedback.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-PRESENTATION-GRADE-STAFF-FIELD-OFFICERS-SWORD/164460620070?hash=item264a9de926:g:zHQAAOSwOahe84YA
  • Seller : triger7
WOW ! JUST FOUND IN LOCAL OHIO ESTATE !         1834 HARD TIMES TOKEN -- FRONT: HORSE "THE CONSTITUTION - ROMAN FIRMNESS - AS I UNDERSTAND ITREVERSE: MAN WITH SWORD "A PLAIN SYSTEM - VOID OF POMP"SHIPPING IS A ESTIMATE. I MAKE NO MONEY ON SHIPPING. ANY MONEY NOT USED, WILL BE REFUNDED IN CASH INSIDE YOUR PACKAGE.  BIDDERS IF YOU NEED A QUESTION ANSWERED, PLEASE ASK ONE DAY BEFORE AUCTION ENDS AS ALL ITEMS AT MY STORE. I AM AT HOME THE NITE THEY END, SO CANNOT GIVE A ANSWER THE NITE THEY END. SHIPPING IS A ESTIMATE. ANY MONEY NOT USED WILL BE SENT AS CASH REFUND INSIDE YOUR PACKAGE. Thank you for stopping.  We look forward to doing business with you! BUYER PAYS 5.00 SHIPPING ESTIMATE. I MAKE NO MONEY ON SHIPPING. THIS INCLUDES INSURANCE. ANY MONEY NOT USED WILL BE REFUNDED INSIDE YOUR PACKAGE. By law Ohio residents pay 6.75 % sales tax. NO OUT OF COUNTRY PAYPAL PAYMENTS ACCEPTED. ONLY PAYPAL FROM U.S.A.! NO OUT OF U.S.A. SALES! DO NOT ASK! SHIPPING CHARGE INCLUDES TRACKING, WHICH IS REQUIRED BY PAYPAL. AND WE INSURE MOST ITEMS THAT SELL FOR OVER FIFTY DOLLARS. We make every effort to ship within 1 business days of payment. IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE YOUR ITEM WITHIN 5 BUSINESS DAYS AFTER PAYMENT, PLEASE CONTACT US. IF DAMAGED IN MAIL AND ITEM IS INSURED, BUYER WILL BE REQUIRED TO DO ONLINE INSURANCE CLAIM WITH USPS. THIS ITEM IS GUARANTEED TO BE AS STATED OR WE WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY. WE DO NOT SELL ON APPROVAL. IF FOR ANY REASON YOU RECIVE A ITEM AND YOU'RE UNHAPPY, PLEASE CALL ME.  CHUCKS GOLD AND COIN EXCHANGE 120 MAIN ST. WADSWORTH, OHIO 44281 [phone removed by eBay]      Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/1834-HARD-TIMES-TOKEN-FRONT-HORSE-REVERSE-MAN-WITH-SWORD/373290499617?hash=item56e9d8fe21:g:ABMAAOSw951fkbMX
  • Seller : ron.773
British Military Khaki Belt Frog Pattern 37 (P-37).  Correct for the P1907 bayonet.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-POST-WWII-BRITISH-MILITARY-P37-WEB-BAYONET-SHEATH-BELT-FROG/174488011543?hash=item28a04bc317:g:hXwAAOSwI8VffScW
  • Seller : carl40
WWI GERMAN 98/05 Butcher Bayonet Carl Eickhorn Solingen 1915. Carters book on these shows no examples found with this date at the time of publishing. Very scarce to see war time production dates by this maker. Small hole in one grip. Quillion has number stamped 3515. N and inspection mark on cross guard W 15 on back of blade. P on reverse side. Blade shows some wear scabbard has a few dents. See photos.. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWI-GERMAN-98-05-Butcher-Bayonet-Carl-Eickhorn-Solingen-1915/133553815993?hash=item1f186d81b9:g:G20AAOSwcZNfkLQe
  • Seller : gwhistorian
Pre-WWI Argentianian Mauser bayonet with matching scabbard.  This is a period original piece so bid with confidence.  The bayonet has part of the serial number removed but remains in great shape so bid with confidence. Please see our other auctions for more quality military war relics!  If there are any questions ask them and we will answer ASAP. If there are any other items that you are looking for let us know as well as we are your Military Connection, your #1 source for quality war relics. Thanks for taking a look and all our best for a great day! Don't pay until you receive a shipping quote from me.  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pre-WWI-Argentianian-Mauser-bayonet-with-matching-scabbard/353243874198?hash=item523ef9c396:g:KcUAAOSwelRfjhvo
  • Seller : imp.bayo
PLEASE NOTE - DO NOT PAY UNTIL YOU RECEIVE AN INVOICE AND EMAIL FROM ME AFTER THE AUCTION ENDS WITH FULL PAYMENT DETAILS... You are bidding on a M.1871 Italian Vertterli sword bayonet... Bright blade has no rust, light pitting near the tip, light sharpened... Both grips in fine shape... See pictures for more details of the markings and condition...   Please note I no longer ship edged weapons to Brazil, China, Greece, Italy, Spain, Japan, Russian Federation and the Ukraine... Please email me if you have any questions... CANADIAN RESIDENTS please note there are new tax rules, there will no longer be a gst charge to the following provinces but a new harmonizing tax will apply to, British Columbia (5%), Ontario (13%), New Brunswick (15%), Newfoundland (15%) and Nova Scotia (15%), Prince Edward Island (14%)... Provinces where the 5% gst remains are Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, North West Territories and Quebec...QUEBEC RESIDENTS ADD 9.975% PST... PayPal accepted... The shipping costs calculator shown for this item are from the U.S.A. and not from Canada. Any questions, contact Seller... Shipping will be $20.00 by postal air mail to U.S. street address... Please note that the shipping rate is only for a U.S. address... The international shipping rate listed is for overseas buyers only... Canadian buyers will be billed according to location... Please note that the international shipping rate listed on eBay is ONLY an estimate... Postal rates with a tracking number are costly and required by eBay and PayPal...Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Nice-Italian-M-1871-Vetterli-Sword-Bayo/313266727347?hash=item48f026e9b3:g:xRkAAOSwQ5xfjtEk
  • Seller : jame_isak
US Ames 1861 Civil War Sword. Some rust, nicks on the blade, bent guard. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-Ames-1861-Civil-War-Sword/392987537649?hash=item5b7fe1f0f1:g:liEAAOSwEAdfkJzV
  • Seller : antique_underground
RCBS .30 CARBINE 3 RELOADING DIE CARBIDE SET #18009 HUNTING. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.You are bidding on the titled reloading tool in excellent condition. Possibly unused. Purchased at an estate sale so selling as Preowned. See pictures as part of the detailed description. $49 start . $ calculated shipping by USPS Priority to USA only and international shipping by the EBay Global Shipping Program if permitted by eBay. Payment through the EBay Managed Payment Program which accepts multiple payment options. Good luckEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/RCBS-30-CARBINE-3-RELOADING-DIE-CARBIDE-SET-18009-HUNTING/184497135565?hash=item2af4e2dfcd:g:5HgAAOSwyfpffMmq
  • Seller : alismith1195812
This original 1st edition volume of McClellans Manual of Bayonet Exercise was printed in 1852.  It is identified to 1st Lt. Sylvanus A. Fay of 85th Regt. NY Inf. Vols.Fay's signature and date of 1862 are on the front fly leaf.  Book came with a piece of paper containing some brief information about him.  Book is in very nice condition with some smudging on pages from handling and wear but no missing pages or plates.  Spine and binding are nice and tight.  See photos for best idea of item and condition.  Questions welcomed.I ship within 24 hrs. of receipt of payment. Payment is due within 2 days of the close of the auction.Thank you for viewing my listing.  Please see my other items.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/McCLELLANS-BAYONET-EXERCISES-IDd/164460620061?hash=item264a9de91d:g:O3IAAOSwsZJbPR4Z
  • Seller : shiloh198
WWII U.S.  M1 Garand AFH American Fork & Hoe Bayonet M1 & M7 Scabbard 8 1/4"" blade.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWII-U-S-M1-Garand-AFH-American-Fork-Hoe-Bayonet-M1-M7-Scabbard-8-blade/233753326318?hash=item366cc8b2ee:g:w8kAAOSweOFfkG0x
  • Seller : jlvignaud
EXEPTIONNEL SABRE DE CAVALERIE DE LIGNE, MODÈLE AN XIII, PREMIER EMPIRE. RESTAURATION.La monture en laiton, en parfait état, est à garde à quatre branches avec 3 branches secondaires aux extrémités emboulées. Elle porte trois poinçons (non identifiés)et le matricule « 478 ». La calotte est à courte queue en accolade, la poignée en bois gainé de veau ciré noir (d'un bel aspect) est filigranée d'un double fil de laiton torsadé. La viroles en laiton est bien présente. La superbe lame droite à doubles pans-creux, de 95,5 cm de long est signée sur le dos d'une belle gravure bien nette, « Manufre Rle de Klingenthal Juillet 1814 ». Elle porte les poinçons « B » entouré de feuillages de J.G. BICK, contrôleur de 1ère classe début 1812 à mai 1815, « K » sous étoile de l'inspecteur J.I. KRANTZ, entre1812 et 1816 et « L » pour le réviseur F.L. LOBSTEIN, juin 1811 - juillet 1821. Le fourreau en acier poli blanc d'un bel aspect, sans poque ni déformation, a ces deux bracelets de bélière à jonc portant deux anneaux et un dard de fer en lyre. Le matricule 471 est gravé sur le bracelet supérieur et la cuvette est poinçonnée du contrôleur de première classe J.G Bick 1815-1824. EXEPTIONNEL EXEMPLAIRE DU MODELE. POUR COLLECTIONNEUR EXIGEANT OU MUSEE SVP REGARDEZ MES AUTRES VENTES SUR LE MÊME SUJET. Foreign worwilde bidders welcome. Ask shipping cost at the exact rate for your country before. Choisissez bien votre mode d´expédition, car tout envoi sans assurance, est à vos risques en cas de perte de la poste.Expédition Colissimo soigné de 15 euros. Colissimo international en Europe 25 euros, USA 90 euros environ. Paypal possible à le charge de l'acheteur. Virement bancaire accepté. En 1801, un nouveau sabre pour la cavalerie de ligne est mis en Ce sabre fera toutes les campagnes de l'Empire aux côtés des cuirassiers et des carabiniers (et jusque vers 1806-1807, des gendarmes d'élite de la Garde) avant d'être remplacé par le modèle de 1816. Il restera cependant en service dans certains corps de troupes pendant plusieurs dizaines d'années. EXEPTIONAL SABER OF CAVALRY OF LINE, MODEL YEAR XIII, FIRST EMPIRE. RESTORATION.The brass frame, in perfect condition, has a four-branch hilt with 3 secondary branches at the wrapped ends. It bears three hallmarks (unidentified) and the number "478". The crown has a short braced tail, the wooden handle sheathed in black waxed calfskin (with a beautiful appearance) is filigree with a double twisted brass wire. The brass ferrules are present.The superb straight blade with double hollow sides, 95.5 cm long, is signed on the back with a beautiful, clear engraving, "Manufre Rle de Klingenthal Juillet 1814". It bears the “B” hallmarks surrounded by leaves of J.G. BICK, 1st class controller at the start of 1812 to May 1815, “K” under the star of Inspector J.I. KRANTZ, between 1812 and 1816 and “L” for the reviser F.L. LOBSTEIN, June 1811 - July 1821.The sheath in polished white steel of a beautiful appearance, without age or deformation, has these two ringed bail bracelets bearing two rings and an iron lyre dart. The serial number 471 is engraved on the upper bracelet and the cup is stamped with the first class controller J.G Bick 1815-1824.EXEMPLARY MODEL. FOR DEMANDING COLLECTORS OR MUSEUMSPLEASE VIEW MY OTHER SALES ON THE SAME SUBJECT.Foreign worwilde bidders welcome. Ask shipping cost at the exact rate for your country before.Choose your shipping method carefully, as any shipment without insurance is at your own risk in the event of loss of the post.Neat Colissimo shipping of 15 euros. International Colissimo in Europe 25 euros, USA 90 euros approximately.Paypal possible at the buyer's expense.Bank transfer accepted.In 1801, a new saber for the line cavalry is put in This saber will make all the campaigns of the Empire alongside the cuirassiers and the carabinieri (and until around 1806-1807, the elite gendarmes of the Guard) before d 'be replaced by the 1816 model. However, it will remain in service in certain corps for several decades.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/EXEPTIONNEL-SABRE-DE-CAVALERIE-DE-LIGNE-MODELE-AN-XIII-SWORD-FRENCH-NAPOLEON/254755249722?hash=item3b50989e3a:g:TjQAAOSwxxFffagn
  • Seller : antiquesandmore100
West German G3 Bayonet & Scabbard 6 5/8" blade Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/West-German-G3-Bayonet-Scabbard/203147345352?hash=item2f4c867dc8:g:HWgAAOSwpHxfj2Hv
  • Seller : ares64
Vintage 1980s or 90s, British Type D survival knife. Hefty, well made "WILKINSON SWORD" crossed sword marking on the face. It's in mint condition. Some very minor wear to the sheath from storage. Thanks for looking, shipping will be 13.85 in the US.kw: UDT bowie, dagger, USMC SEAL pilot UDTEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1980s-British-Survival-Bowie-Knife-Wilkinson-Sword-MINT-Type-D/392986573679?hash=item5b7fd33b6f:g:-owAAOSw6Ndfj4ZZ
  • Seller : smallsword
Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWII-MAUSER-CZECH-MODEL-VZ-23-LONG-BAYONET-WITH-SCABBARD-FROG-MAKERS-MARK/233746820959?hash=item366c656f5f:g:Jz4AAOSwENVfiFia
  • Seller : jmackingray
Nice old bayonet, 17 3/4 inches over all length in the scabbard with a 11 3/4 inch blade.  I say Italian because the sharp side of the blade is on top is unusual.  Only mark is a Z within a double circle.  Bayonet blade and handle are pretty nice, the scabbard shows use and a little dinged up.  Blade lacks about 1/8th inch from completely going into the scabbard.  Please look at the photos and ask questions.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WW-2-Bayonet-Czechoslovakian-N-117/154152947291?hash=item23e43b4e5b:g:tVAAAOSwoH9fj5Hh
  • Seller : metalblade-us
I offer this sword for commanders of the Austrian fire brigade. It is a very rare version with a different design compared with normal pieces and it has a sawback blade, which is exceptional, too. All brass mountings of the handle and the leather scabbard are hand chased and were fire gilt. The handle is made of fine bone (no ivory, normal bone). The crossguard is marked with the number "4508". Unfortunately an emblem on the handle is missing. I think it has shown a symbol of the fire brigade or the coats of arms of the Austrian Empire. The sword was made between 1910 and 1930. A very rare and decorative piece. measures: complete 84,5cm (33''); without scabbard 78,5cm (31''); blade 64,5cm (25,5'') condition: good with the following deficiencies: blade doesn't fits completely in the scabbard (shrunk because of the age), some small dents on the mountings, very small chip on the handle, emblem on the handle is missing and blade with stains. Please look at the pictures. If you need further pictures, please ask.Take a look on my other offers. You have to pay shipping costs only one time, if you buy more than one article.Because of the actual situation international shipping with DHL from Germany is more expensive.Worldwide shipping! Germany: 9$ European Union and UK: 25$ USA, Canada and Russia: 70$ (Shipping with DHL! Shipping can last between 1 and 4 weeks!) Ask for other countries. Any taxes must be paid by the buyer. Private sale - no returns or warrantyEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Austrian-sword-for-Commanders-of-the-Fire-Brigade-sawback-blade-hand-chased/224199588963?hash=item3433563c63:g:36AAAOSwbopfZ5jP
  • Seller : ron.773
Original WW2 brown bayonet grips for the M1 and M1905 bayonet. Covered in cosmoline, with wear and tear from use in WW2 and after. One grip is cracked, as pictured.  Screw is included."Cellulose Acetate Butyrate (commonly called CAB) was allowed as an alternative material. After some time in field use, it was reported that CAB was not resistant to the solvents used to degrease the bayonets in the field and would dissolve the grips. About 100,000 CAB grips were manufactured before they were discontinued due to this problem in April 1943. From available evidence, it appears that most of these grips were used by AFH, with possibly some going to other makers. According to the edged weapons report quoted above, 'Except for the disruption of production that would ensue for about one month while American Fork and Hoe Company was arranging for procurement of the other type of plastic, there was no reason for the continuing of cellulose acetate grips.'"Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brown-CAB-M1-Garand-Bayonet-Grips-w-Screw-Original-WW2-wwii-1903-03a3-m1905/174481361691?hash=item289fe64b1b:g:1NEAAOSwcJpfiMY4
  • Seller : consignments-with-us
WELCOME TO MY AUCTION !ANTIQUE ISLAMIC TURKISH OR ARABIC CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD SHAMSHIR ~ GOLD INLAIDMOUNTS ARE IRON OR STEEL, GRIPS ARE OF CHECKERED BULL HORN. BLADE IS PIPE-BACK VERY STRONG AND HAS GOLD INLAID DECORATIONS, ONE SIDE HAS ISLAMIC WRITINGS AND DATES ON RICASSO. VERY UNUSUAL ISLAMIC SWORD, CONDITION IS FARE WITH AGE WEAR AND PATINA, BLADE AND HILT ARE TIGHT. LIKELY 1800s.DEAR BIDDERS PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO THE SITUATION IN THE WORLD INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS WITH USPS ARE NOT RELIABLE SO WE WILL ONLY SHIP INTERNATIONALLY BY FEDEX ONLY, IT IS MORE COSTLY BUT VERY SAFE AND RELIABLE. THE EXACT SHIPPING COST FOR INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS WILL BE CALCULATED AFTER THE SALE AND WILL BE SLIGHTLY HIGHER THAN THE PRICE POSTED ON THE LISTING. YOU WILL BE PAYING EXACTELY WHAT IT COSTS US TO SHIP YOUR ITEM WITH FEDEX, NOT A DOLLAR MORE. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING ~ !                                              TOTAL LENGTH IS  39" BLADE IS   33"                                                       Please refer to pictures for item condition. Please take a moment to review this note:  We are helping a friend to liquidate several collections of Antique and Military related items he recently accepted on consignment from several collectors but is unable to list them himself due to his intense travel schedule.  WE ARE PROFESSIONAL eBay SELLERS AND HAVE ALSO STARTED TO TAKE CONSIGNMENTS FROM DEALERS AND PRIVATE COLLECTORS. INDIVIDUAL ITEMS AS WELL AS LARGE COLLECTIONS ARE WELCOMED TO BE CONSIGNED WITH US FOR SALE ON eBay(Please contact us for details).We will be happy to answer any questions regarding condition and nuances of the item's preservation state. However we are not knowledgeable enough to provide the detailed history of most weapons and antiques, so we decided to list all military items, described to the best of our knowledge, in one category, hoping most of them will fall in to that range and period of time, assuming some of the items may in fact be Earlier or Later than the category they are listed in. We also are listing Most items with Very low starting bid and no reserve, allowing the bidders to determine the value of the item for themselves. No hidden fees or reserves unless requested by consignor, Higher bidder Wins, Express shipping available at Extra cost.Please ask questions and place bids at the level you are comfortable with to pay for the item in timely manner.Should there be any problem with item's condition or shipping time, PLEASE do not open any disputes or complains before contacting us and giving us the opportunity to take care of any problem that may arise.Thank you for the time taken to read this notice, for your trust and interest in our items, we will do everything we can to leave our buyers perfectly satisfied with their purchases. Combined shipping available.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ANTIQUE-ISLAMIC-TURKISH-OR-ARABIC-CAVALRY-OFFICERS-SWORD-SHAMSHIR-GOLD-INLAID/233747451021?hash=item366c6f0c8d:g:t2oAAOSw5otfiP9c
  • Seller : jeniaevgueni
Very rare and beautiful Caucasian Russian kindjal. Made in the Caucasus on the basis of those made by the Islamic army of Chamil Bensagur Banoevski during the Caucasian War (1817-1864). These types of kindjal are characterized by their very large blade with engraved decorations in silver or gold. There is often a handle made up of two parts, one in black or brown, white horn and the other colored in green, red, brown ... These kindjals were made until the end of the Russian Empire which ended in 1917.  Total length : 59.5 cmLength without scabbard : 55.5 cm The kindjal saber is very large, it is the size of a French infantry sword or a lighter saber. The handle is made up of two parts, one in white horn and the second in lacquered, brown wood. The blade is very thick and solid, it has not been cleaned and has fine gold engravings. the scabbard is in good condition. It is a very rare Kindjal saber, used by Caucasians before their attachment to Imperial Russia and then, later when they were part of the Russian Empire. It was forged by Caucasian gunsmiths between 1840-1860. You will find more information on the subject in the work of A.N. Kulinksi, devoted to the arms of the Caucasus as well as in the gazette of arms n ° 184, of December 1988. This magnificent and rare saber / kindjal was recovered from a descendant of a white Russian with another kindjal `` beibut '' also for sale in my other objects: The two kindjals belonged to a certain '' A. (Andrei? Alexei?) Sebelev. '' His descendant possessed these two superb kindjals with a vintage photo of this officer '' A. Sebelev '' appearing with Beibut in hand. The photo was unfortunately sold separately a long time ago and the first name could not be correctly identified. Superb totally original piece, which has its little bit of history, not to be missed. Do not let this superb collection blade slip through your fingers, it will serve as a superb and prestigious decoration for your shop window. You will thus have a very rare copy of weapons from the Caucasian war, but also those manufactured at the end of the 19th until the end of the Russian Empire. ATTENTION : The piece is unique, I have no duplicate. I answer your questions, don't hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for delays and postage losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal. Postal chargesEurope : 25 eurosPoland and Bulgaria : 50 eurosChina, Canada, U.S.A .: 65 euros Do not let this unique collector's item escape you, there will not be for everyone.Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-AND-NICE-KINDJAL-SWORD-SHAMSHIR-SHASHKA-RUSSIAN-SWORD-XIX-ORIGINAL/154143528471?hash=item23e3ab9617:g:-qcAAOSwdvlfcPG3
  • Seller : jayscrafts2013
MASSIVE Raptor combat macheteKnife alone weighs 2.6 poundsAprox 21" full lengthwith a 15" bladeBlade is nearly 3 inches wideOne of my largest knivesHeavy duty stainless steel bladeAprox. 5MM thick bladeAWESOME feeling wood gripWicked looking bladeNearly 1/4 inch thick bladeSilky smooth sharpened edgeis functionally sharp but may not be shaving sharpFactory sharpness may vary slightly butthis one is near shaving sharp!!Nice heavy nylon sheathI personally LOVE this blade!!Awesome quality product for this price line!Must be 18 to purchase!Feel free to ask questionsThanks for checking out jayscraftsKnow you're local and stateknife/sword laws!.. buyer assumes responsibility for shipping acrosslocal and state borders by purchasing this item.Use you're blades responsibly!Jayscrafts is not responsible for any injury, dismemberment, ordecapitations as a result of the use or misuse of these products!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Raptor-MASSIVE-21-Combat-machete-Sword-Bowie-Knife-Wood-grip-Survival-2-6LB/114472563892?hash=item1aa718b4b4:g:spwAAOSwhIRe-juD
  • Seller : rakysk
Australian Owen bayonet and scabbard - reproduction. Good condition. One of staples on scabbard is missing.Please see all pictures and contact me with any questions.Sorry, no international shipping and no returns. Thank you.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/AUSTRALIA-OWEN-BAYONET-SCABBARD-reproduction/324339617429?hash=item4b8425ce95:g:EOgAAOSw9UhfjKax
  • Seller : canyoudoanybetter
This is a Nice Original 45 70 Socket Bayonet marked, stamped US as seen in picture. Light surface marks and surface rust in spots. Blade is 18 1/4 inches long. Socket is 3 inches long, 7/8 inches wide at outside of socket and socket opening is 3/4 inches. All sales final.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Nice-Original-45-70-Socket-Bayonet-Marked-US/203145076168?hash=item2f4c63ddc8:g:paQAAOSw92leN0dk
  • Seller : silverapple
CIVIL WAR MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICERS SWORD PRESENTED TO "LIEUT. JAMES KENT A U.S. CIVIL WAR MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICERS SWORD PRESENTED TO "LIEUT. JAMES KENT STONE FROM HIS PUPILS" OF "THE 2ND MASS. INFANTRY" IN FINE UNTOUCHED CONDITION. ALL ORIGINAL AND COMPLETE. THE SWORD HAS A FINE BLADE, ETCHING FROSTING, & POLISH. THE ETCHING ON ONE SIDE HAS "AN AMERICAN EAGLE & SHIELD, AND CANNONS" SURROUDED BY FOILAGE. THE OTHER SIDE HAS A BANNER WITH THE WORD "CONSTITUTION" ALSO SURROUNDED BY FOILAGE ALONG THE BLADE. THE UNTOUCHED BASKET HAS A LARGE "U.S." INSIDE IT. THE GRIP AND WIRE, GUARD, & POMMEL ARE ALSO UNTOUCHED AS SHOWN. THE AMES MARKED SCABBARD HAS NICE MOUNTS WHICH MATCH THE COLOR OF THE GRIP & BASKET. ON THE TOP MOUNT IS INSCRIBED "PRESENTED TO LIEUT. JAMES KENT STONE BY HIS FORMER PUPILS, BOSTON 1862". JAMES WAS A STUDENT WHEN HE ENLISTED ON 8/7/1862 AS A PRIVATE. HE ROSE THROUGH THE RANKS AND MADE LIEUT. ON 10/3/1862 WHEN HE RECEIVED THE SWORD. HE WAS IN THREE HEAVY BATTLES WITH THE SWORD WHICH WERE "WINCHESTER VA., CEDAR MOUNTAIN VA., AND ANTIETAM MD." HE WAS DISCHARGED FOR DISABILITY ON 1/9/1863. THIS IS A FINE LOOKING AND VERY UNTOUCHED U.S. CIVIL WAR STAFF & FIELD OFFICERS SWORD PRESENTED TO LIEUT. JAMES KENT STONE!                      K-0288Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/CIVIL-WAR-MODEL-1850-STAFF-AND-FIELD-OFFICERS-SWORD-PRESENTED-TO-LIEUT-JAMES-K/363148653488?hash=item548d58b3b0:g:bRoAAOSwj1hfjw7I
  • Seller : sdjunque
See pix/versoEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/SWEDISH-MAUSER-BAYONET-WITH-SCABBARD-FROG-EJAB-MARKED/124393523698?hash=item1cf66e89f2:g:b6kAAOSwubBfjGtl
  • Seller : mccar-ale
 US Army USMA West Point Sword German Circa Mid 1930's H&H. This is a super Quality Hilborn & Hamburger New York German Solingen made Blade. Has been sitting or a long time. Heavy brass fittings. At some time after 1922, the West Point sword was modified to carry the seal of the Academy representing the Athenian helmet of Greek mythology, reflecting the adoption of this into the Academy's coat of arms. The seal as adopted about the turn of the 20th century was designed with the classical helmet facing sinister (to the heraldic left or viewer's right). In 1922 it was pointed out that this was counter to the best heraldic usage which places the greater honor on the dexter side (the heraldic right or viewer's left). The helmet was then turned to face dexter. The straight blade is double-edged with a wide central fuller on both sides running from the ricasso to within 8 inches of the point. It is etched on the obverse side of the blade "U.S.M.A." Includes original scabbard with small indent as pictured.Buyer to pay $25.00 S&H via FEDEX Ground/Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/West-Point-Cadets-Sword-Saber-Model-1922-Solingen-Germany-with-scabbard/114473912729?hash=item1aa72d4999:g:FIgAAOSwmKdfXmWS
  • Seller : islandjimmy21
Original band with U marking. Please see my other auctions for more great militaria.  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/M1861-Musket-Barrel-Band-US-Civil-War-Springfield-Front-Band/193714708086?hash=item2d1a4bde76:g:5t0AAOSwrF1fXTwM
  • Seller : ciscosclearance
French-made cavalry sabre. The spine of the balde marked with the French arsenal, "Manufacture d' armes de Chatellerault," Followed by "JH," the initials of Jacob Holtzer, the French government exporter. The sabre was made between 1891 and 1893 as evidenced by the French inspection pincoin on the ricasso. The pincoin, "C" in a diamond is that of M.P. Chouard, the First Inspector at the Chatellerault arsenal in 1891. The remaining two pincoin, a B" in a circle is for Mr. Brenier, the Chief Inspector at Chatellerault untill 1893 and a "C" in a circle for Mr. Champs who was the Director of Manufacture during this time. The 89 cm "T" section blade has a wide single fuller on both sides and a short fuller on the spine behind the spearpoint. The blade has seen much use and contains minor pitting. The hilt is black bakelite. The full swrod length is 39.5." Overall length is 41" in scabbard.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/French-Made-M1890-Cavalry-Sabre/264907012294?hash=item3dadb038c6:g:qp0AAOSwtUpen1dN
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