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  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £24995
Click and use the code 23537 to search for this item on the dealer website Singularly Fine and Rare Museum Quality Original Viking Jarl&#acute;s Sword Around 1100 years Old
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £23500
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 both types relates to the barrel decoration, the scrolls on the lock plates behind the cocks, and on the fore ends, spines 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 raised 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. These slender 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. 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 of the name then upwards and back to curl around the letter “T”, in typical form for the signature of this maker. The four stage barrels have fluted sections near each breech 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 (3.25 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 on 18th December 1766 to Ann Buchanan in the Parish of Port of Menteith. Both events are detailed in the Kilmadock Parish Register. This is an administrative area which recorded births, deaths and marriages in the Doune region of Perthshire. Some recorded Doune gunmakers were interred at Kilmadock burial ground which is a short distance from Doune. Thomas Murdoch started his gun making career in Doune. In 1774 he is  recorded as “Gunsmith in Leith”. Leith was the main port for Edinburgh and Thomas was based at “Leith Walk”. Presumably he moved his business from Doune to Leith as demand for high quality and expensive Doune style pistols started to shrink in the Highlands due to the disarming measures taken by the Hanoverian government after the failure of the ’45 Rebellion. Previously the Highland Clans had been an important market for the Doune gun makers. During this period some other Doune based gun makers, like Thomas, moved their businesses elsewhere to supply other markets, particularly the military.   The later pistols made by Thomas Murdoch sometimes incorporate the place of manufacture as “Leith”.  According to the Scottish Statistical Account a pair of pistols made by Thomas Murdoch “a tradesman taught in Doune” were presented by the City of Glasgow to the Marquis de Bouille in 1784 (see Charles E Whitelaw, “Scottish Arms Makers,  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 at Leith Walk. Presumably William inherited the business and its premises from his father. Provenance: From the collection of Mr M Sambrook who purchased the pistols from Wallis & Wallis Auctions in Lewes in their Spring Sale of 1996 lot number 200 (sold for £10,350).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £21500
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 both types relates to the barrel decoration, the scrolls on the lock plates behind the cocks, and on the fore ends, spines and undersides of the pistols. 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, scrolls and waves. A silver roundel is bedded into the spine of each pistol just behind the barrel tang screw which contains the remains of the crest of the owner now too worn to identify. 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 bands engraved with chevrons, two of which are of silver. 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 panels of scrolls. The belt hooks are  attached to each stock with a roundel. These slender hooks are engraved at the base and curl slightly outwards towards the ends. Each is engraved with the number “24” which is probably an old rack number for a collection or armoury. 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. 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 of the name then upwards and back to curl around the letter “T”, in typical form for the signature of this maker. The four stage barrels have fluted sections near each breech and flared muzzles with octagonal sides engraved with fine scrolls. The middle sections of the barrels are rounded and boldly engraved with scrolls and foliage. The overall length of each pistol extremity to extremity is just over 12 inches (30.5 cm). The barrel lengths are just over 7 inches (18 cm). Thomas Murdoch’s baptism is recorded as of 9th May 1735, the son of John Murdoch and Margaret McMien in Tenemon. His marriage is recorded on 18th December 1766 to Ann Buchanan in the Parish of Port of Menteith. Both events are detailed in the Kilmadock Parish Register. This is an administrative area which recorded births, deaths and marriages in the Doune region of Perthshire. Some recorded Doune gunmakers were interred at Kilmadock burial ground which is a short distance from Doune. Thomas Murdoch started his gun making career in Doune. In 1774 he is recorded as “Gunsmith in Leith”. Leith was the main port for Edinburgh and Thomas was based at “Leith Walk”. Presumably he moved his business from Doune to Leith as demand for high quality and expensive traditional Doune style pistols shrank in the Highlands due to the disarming measures taken by the Hanoverian government after the failure of the ’45 Rebellion. Previously the Highland Clans had been an important market for the Doune gun makers. During this period some other Doune based gun makers, like Thomas, moved their businesses elsewhere to supply other markets, particularly the military. The later pistols made by Thomas Murdoch sometimes incorporate the place of production as “Leith”.  According to the Scottish Statistical Account a pair of pistols made by Thomas Murdoch, “a tradesman taught in Doune”, were presented by the City of Glasgow to the Marquis de Bouille in 1784 (see Charles E Whitelaw, “Scottish Arms Makers”,  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 at Leith Walk. Presumably William inherited the business and its premises from his father. Provenance: The collection of Martin Kelvin. author of “The Scottish Pistol Its History, Manufacture & Design”, Cygnus Arts, 1996.
  • 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, Of The ´ Palace of the Nawab of Lucknow&#acute;, Damascus Bladed Sword
  • Nation : French
  • 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 : £16950
Click and use the code 23375 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Incredible and Finest Quality King George IIIrd Napoleonic Wars Scottish Presentation Sword, Presented In The Months Following the Battle of Trafalgar
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £15950.00
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 : Japanese
  • Local Price : €18000
Kunikiyo wakizashi, Yamano test cut - A wakizashi by master Kunikiyo, tested by the most famous sword tester of 17th century Japan..
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £14500
Rare Scottish Scroll Butt Pistol by John Murdoch of Doune. Doune was a well-known centre for the production of high-quality all-steel pistols in Scotland. This example by John Murdoch is typical of the standards attained by the pistol makers there and is almost a unique survivor in being mounted with a rifled, rather than the more usual smooth bore barrel and a roller frizzen. The pistol is most likely one of a pair which became separated at some time. Little is known about John Murdoch. A note in the Statistical Account of Scotland, Vol. XX, in 1798, p.86, suggests that he was apprenticed to one of the Doune based pistol makers in the family line of Caddell. Thomas Caddell Senior had  established the industry in Doune in the mid-17th century. This late 18th century account says of the gun making trade in Doune at the time: ‘The trade is now carried on by John Murdoch, also famous for his ingenuity in the craft and who has likewise furnished pistols to the first nobility of Europe. These pistols were sold from 4 to 24 guineas a pair… when Mr. Murdoch gives over business, the trade, in all probability, will become extinct’. It seems likely therefore that John Murdoch was the last traditional pistol maker still in business in Doune at the end of the 18th century. It is not known precisely when he started and ended his career, but it was certainly a very long one, a period covering the hiatus of Doune as a pistol making centre through to the end of its decline. His earliest pistols are thought to date to circa 1740 (Note 1) and he probably worked into the early 1800's and died in 1812. Our pistol is typical of the distinctive Doune style. The four stage barrel has a fluted breech with a notched back-sight and flared muzzle of octagonal section engraved with fine scrolls and mounted with a fore sight. The middle sections of the barrel are rounded and boldly engraved with panels of scrolls and foliage. The barrel is rifled with eight grooves. This is a rare and expensive feature on Scottish pistols of this type and date, but not so unusual on some English pistols. Earlier Queen Anne pistols for example were noted for their rifled barrels. The spine of the butt is engraved with a pattern of intertwined inlaid silver scrolls of descending width in contour with the stock which terminates at the scroll butt terminal enhanced with incised scrolls and foliage. A vacant silver oval escutcheon is bedded into each side of the grip. The fore end is engraved with scrolls, acanthus leaves, linear designs, chevrons and border ornament on four planes. The button trigger and pricker are formed from cups of silver brazed together and engraved with four petals which radiate from the tang end in the middle. Underneath, the space is decorated with fine linear engraving of scrolls, parallel lines and waves, crossed by three bands of inlaid silver engraved with chevrons. The belt hook is attached to the stock with an engraved double roundel pierced in similar manner to the guards of the finest traditionally made Scottish basket hilted swords. This slender hook is engraved at the base and curls slightly outwards towards the end. The pistol is mounted with a slender steel ramrod with a pierced and engraved terminal. The border engraved flat bevelled lock is of typical “Highland” form with a horizontal sear extending through the lock plate which holds the cock in the half cock position, and a further vertical sear which emanates from the top of the trigger plate, the terminal of which is visible through a slot on top of the spine. The lock plate is decorated with scrolling foliage on the tail, cock en suite and the faceted steel is engraved with lines. The lock plate is signed “JO: Murdoch”. The frizzen is mounted with a roller. This feature first appeared on English gunmaking in the 1760s, and like the rifling in the barrel, was probably a particular requirement from a discerning customer influenced by advanced gunmaking methods and features which Murdoch would be familiar with given he was “famous for his ingenuity in the craft and who has likewise furnished pistols to the first nobility of Europe”. Many features of the pistol point to it being made in the earlier part of Murdoch’s career when the roller frizzen started to feature in English gunmaking. It must be considered that the roller may be a later embellishment but does not appear to be so. Measurements: The barrel length is 7.5 inches (19 cm) and the overall length extremity to extremity is just over 11.75 inches (30 cm). Note 1 Reference a pistol in The National Museums of Scotland illustrated in James Arthur, “The Doune Pistol Makers Part 2 – The Murdochs”, Guns Review, Vol 16, No 5, May 1976, page 245. The pistol described here is very similar to that described in the Review by virtue of its overall contours, the obvious chunkiness of its mass and the sumptuous high quality of the “early” style engraving Condition: The pistol is in fine crisp condition. Some old small patches of rust have been cleaned off in the past leaving a few shallow patches of pitting visible in the photographs below.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £14,450.00
Very Fine Pair of Flintlock Duelling Pistols by Durs Egg. SN 8449. A Very Fine Pair of Flintlock 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 retaining traces of original blued finish, horn fore-end caps and horn capped wooden ramrods one with worm.&194;&160;Circa 1775 A very fine early pair of duelling pistols in the manner of John Twigg who Durs Egg had worked for in 1772.&194;&160; In near mint condition&194;&160;Ex 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 : French
  • Local Price : £13500
German or Swiss “Hand and a Half” or Two-Handed Sword circa 1550 to 1580. A scarce and attractive two handed sword of “hand and a half” type dating to the third quarter of the 16th century. This is a well made, elegant and finely contoured example, well balanced in hand and in original condition. These large swords were generally made for two-handed use but were designed to be used equally well with one hand when required by a trained user. In the 16th century “hand and a half” swords were a common sight on European battlefields, carried by small numbers of specially trained foot soldiers engaged in the thick of hand to hand fighting as armies collided. Often the weapon of a mercenary, these men were almost permanently employed during a time of shifting religious, political and social change. 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 flamboyant “bearing sword” variety – large, well made, imposing and decorous, designed mainly to be carried point up in civic procession rather than for use in combat. The hilt consists of a robust quillon block from which the broad arms of the cross guard are forged in rounded section with swollen terminals.  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 each side of the blade. This structure is further strengthened on the reverse side by an inner guard bar which emanates from the cross bar then trifurcates to join and add strength to the secondary ring guard. The solid plummet shaped pommel is faceted with twelve sides with a short neck beneath and an integral button on top. The two-stage waisted stepped wooden grip is bound with plaited wire with “Turk’s Heads” mounted at the top, bottom and around the swollen middle. The broad double edged blade is of lenticular section and of exceptional quality with a finely ground taper. Two fullers extend from the hilt on each side in parallel for 12 inches (30.5 cm). Just beyond the fuller terminals an armourer’s or blade maker’s mark is applied three times on each side in the form of a small stamped armorial shield. The blade is most likely of German  origin from one of the main arms manufacturing centres such as Solingen or Passau. Provenance: The sword was part of the collection of David Jeffcoat who was Head of Arms and Armour Sales at Sotheby's in London. During the 1970s David was responsible for positioning Sotheby's as the leading auction house for arms and armour sales, most notably winning and fulfilling the contract to sell the Renwick Collection in 1972.  David passed away in 2020 and his collection was sold by his estate in 2021. The blade length is 39 inches (99 cm) and over all the sword is 51 inches (129.5 cm) long.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £13,495.00
Good Cased Pair of Flintlock Duelling Pistols by John Bennett. SN 8712. A Good Cased Pair of Flintlock 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&194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £12,995.00
General Officer&#acute;s Sword “ Sir Thomas Arbuthnot. General Officer&#acute;s Sword1803 style hilt which has had the royal cypher replaced with the family crest of the Arbuthnot&#acute;s family. Lion head pommel with bone grip and gold bullion sword knot. The curved fat back blade with broad fuller and hatchet point. The blade is engraved with crown over GR and stands of arms the back edge engraved J J Runkel Solingen. Complete with black leather scabbard with matching mounts the leather looks to have been replaced however the sword is in excellent condition so maybe original. It is possible the sword belonged to either Sir Thomas Arbuthnot or Sir Robert Arbuthnot the former seems to be more likely. Reference: Blade Length: 32.25 inch Overall Length: 36.0 Inch
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12950
Click and use the code 23150 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare, Original, Romanov Era, Russian Cossack Solid Silver Shashka & Matching Silver Cossack Whip With Concealed Dagger, ´The Imperial Russian Sword & Nagaika Awards of Gallantry´ The Russian Equivalent to the British Victoria Cross
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £12950
Click and use the code 24180 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare And Superb, Early Christian, Kirishitan Samurai&#acute;s Sword, From the Christian Shimibara Rebellion Period Circa 1630
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £12,850.00
King William The Fourth Presentation Mameluke. Presented by King William the Fourth to His Aid De Camp Col William Wemyss of Wemyss Castle 1831 The sword with mameluke gilt hilt with polished ebony grips the cross. Guard with crossed baton and sword to centre. The blade etched with William 4th cipher, crown crossed lancers and sword and baton to one side the reverse again with William 4th cipher, crown, sword and baton plus Royal presentation as detailed. It is complete with black leather scabbard with gilt embossed mounts.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12750
Click and use the code 23374 to search for this item on the dealer website Simply Fabulous ´Battle of Austerlitz´ & Napoleonic Wars Period, Early 19th Century Austrian Field Marshal Grade Officer´s Sword
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £12,750.00
Pair of flintlock Pistols by Winckhler – Munich c 1700. Three stage barrels octagonal then round with muzzle rings blued and rifled cal 13mm. Brass outlined master&#acute;s mark appears above each powder chamber in the form of a standing lion below W between the signature Hanns Winchhler. Curved locks the floral engraved domed lock plates with masks. Adjustable back triggers one spring tired lightly carved walnut stocks with dark horn fore-end caps plus open iron work decoration on the side plates complete with ramrods with horn tips overall length of each pistol 53.5cm. Hans Winckhler is known in Munich between 1680 and 1710. Early pair of pistols in beautiful condition.
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : 15,800.00 USD
TWO HAND SWORD OF LANDSKNECHT TYPE. South German or Austrian, C.1580. Landsknechts, as the name implies were foot soldiers, and mercenaries skilled in hand-to-hand combat earning great recognition for their skill in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. In the second half of the 16th century, the Reformation polarized Europe with old territorial and political disputes resurfacing. Wars broke out throughout France and the Netherlands and the Landsknechts were employed to reinforce less-skilled local armies. The two-hand sword was used by soldiers of exceptional stature to cleave openings in infantry ranks which broke the formation initiating the melee in which individuals fought hand to hand, the specialty of the Landsknechts. This example ranks with the largest at 76 1/2" total length. The 56 5/8" flamberge (wavy) blade incorporates two-blade catcher side lugs. Many South German and Swiss town arsenals included two hand swords in their stock. Notable examples are Graz and Zurich where those swords remain today. This example is further distinguished by its unparalleled age character. The blade and hilt have a soft brown surface patina testifying its age. The grip retains much of its original leather covering. The blade has some white paint spatter from being hung in a manor house or lodge where the ceilings were repainted from time to time to cover soot from candle lighting, an integral part of its history.
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £11995
Click and use the code 23519 to search for this item on the dealer website Museum Grade Koto Era Samurai Wakazashi Sword By Master Tadamitsu Circa 1440-1460 Mino Goto Koshirae, With Deep Red Lacquer Saya & Black Silk Binding
  • 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 : British
  • Local Price : £11475
Click and use the code 23238 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Fine, 12th Century Crusader Knight&#acute;s Sword, From the Era Following the Norman Conquests of Britain. Likely Used by a Knight into the Reign of King Richard the Lionheart and His 3rd Crusade
  • 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 Crusades Period Sword13th century
  • Nation : American
  • Local Price : £11275
Click and use the code 23521 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare And Superb 3rd to 2nd Century b.c. Falcata or Machaira Sword From the Invasion of Rome in the Punic Wars by The Great General Hannibal & Also The Exact Form of Sword allegedly Used by Alexander The Great
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £11250
Click and use the code 23516 to search for this item on the dealer website Original, Imperial Roman Gladius, A Legionary´s Long Sword Early to Mid 1st Century Used until The 3rd century AD. Around 2000 Years Old
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £10995
Click and use the code 24177 to search for this item on the dealer website Fabulous Museum Quality Sword, Chokuto, 8th Century Nara Style, A Wonderful & Powerful Shinto Period Katana, Circa 1600´s, Samurai Katana Statement Piece With Exceptional Fittings & A Long .31 inch Blade
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £10925
Click and use the code 22937 to search for this item on the dealer website Fabulous, Original,13th century Knightly Sword of the Henry IIIrd and Simon de Montfort Period, the Battle of Lewes of the 1200´s
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : £10850
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. Similar contemporary hand and a half examples of the same proportions are on display in the Doge’s Palace in Venice. Photographs of these swords in the Palace are enclosed at the end of the sequence of images of our sword posted below. 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 : British
  • Local Price : £9995
Click and use the code 21918 to search for this item on the dealer website Original, Incredibly Rare ´Damascus´ Presentation Sword, An Imperial German, Damascus Steel and Gold, Sword Presented by Baron von Hammerstein in 1887
  • 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. From the Period Immediately Following the Norman Conquest of Britain
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £9750
Scottish Scroll Butt Pistol by Thomas Murdoch of Doune dating to circa 1770. Doune was a well-known centre for the production of high-quality steel pistols in Scotland in the 18th century and before. This pistol is typical of the high standards attained by the pistol makers there and is most likely one of a pair. Pistols of this distinctive scroll butt type and date were popular with officers in Scottish Highland regiments on service in North America through the Revolutionary War period and in Europe. Thomas Murdoch's baptism is recorded on 9th May in 1735 as the son of John Murdoch and Margaret McMien in Tenemon. He was married on 18th December 1766 to Ann Buchanan in the Parish of Port of Menteith when he was probably established as a gunmaker in Doune. Both events are detailed in the Kilmadock Parish Register. This is an administrative area which recorded births, deaths and marriages in the Doune region of Perthshire. Some recorded Doune gunmakers were interred at Kilmadock burial ground which is a short distance from Doune. In 1774 Thomas is recorded as “Gunsmith in Leith”. Leith was the main port for Edinburgh and Thomas was based at “Leith Walk”. Presumably he moved his business from Doune to Leith as demand for traditional pistols made in Doune continued to shrink in the Highlands due to the disarming measures taken by the Hanoverian government after the failure of the '45 Rebellion. Previously the Highland Clans had been an important market for the Doune gunmakers. During this period some other Doune based gunmakers, like Thomas, moved their businesses elsewhere to supply other markets, particularly the military. The later pistols made by Thomas Murdoch sometimes have his place of work “Leith” marked near to his usual signature on the lock plate. The pistol described here, like his others, is a handsome example of the Doune  gunmaking craft. According to the Scottish Statistical Account a pair of pistols made by Thomas Murdoch, “a tradesman taught in Doune”, were presented by the City of Glasgow to the Marquis de Bouille in 1784 (see Charles E Whitelaw, “Scottish Arms Makers”,  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 at Leith Walk. Presumably William inherited the business and its premises from his father. Another gunmaker with the name of Murdoch, Alexander, was working in Leith at the time but only two examples of his work are known. The pistol is a sturdy piece of work mounted with a 20 bore four stage 7.75 inch (just over 19.5 cm) barrel built with a flared octagonal muzzle. It is unusual for Scottish barrels in the 18th century to be proofed. However, this barrel is punched with two Tower “View” marks each consisting of a letter “V” underneath a crown inside an oval near the breech. This may be one of a number of barrels sent to London or Birmingham for proofing by Thomas and the peculiar marks of two View marks, rather than a View and a Proof mark, may be the contemporary way of marking barrels as proofed which were sent in to these proof houses by gun makers that were not members of either gun company. This was undoubtedly an initiative by Thomas to broaden the attractiveness of his pistols to people that placed greater importance on proofed barrels than the Scots in general had in the past. The whole of the stock, lock, belt hook and barrel are decorated with panels with lined and wavy borders infilled with bold patterns of floral fans and scrolls. A horizontal seer extends through the lock plate which holds the cock in the half-cock position. A silver roundel is bedded into each side of the butt. Intended to contain the engraved monogram or initials of the owner these roundels have been left plain. The button trigger and pricker are of steel and engraved with lines that radiate from the tang end in the middle.  Underneath the locks the space is decorated with fine linear engraving of scrolls, parallel lines and waves, crossed by two bands of silver engraved with a chain-like pattern. The belt hook is attached to the stock with a screw from the outside. The lock plate is signed “T” with “MURDOCH” at the base, with a downward pointing scroll extension emanating from the right side leg of the letter “R” which extends to the front of the name then upwards and back to curl around the letter “T”, in typical form for the signature of this maker when he was working both and Doune and in Leith. The overall length of the pistol measured from extremity to extremity is just over 12.75 inches (32.5 cm). The pistol is in fine condition with a crisp working action and retains all of its original parts including the ramrod. Provenance: Bonhams Auctions, London, “Modern and Vintage Sporting Guns, Arms, Armour & Militaria, Thursday 7th February 1991, lot 147. Although not stated in the catalogue by repute the pistol came from Mar Lodge in Scotland.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £9750
Click and use the code 23517 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare & Superb, Original, Imperial Roman Legionary´s & Cavalryman´s Spatha Long Sword, Late 3rd Century Over 1700 Years Old
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  • Seller : carnseyscollectables
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Theme:Militaria Original/Reproduction:Original Region of Origin:France Country/Region of Manufacture:France Modified Item:No if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Featured Refinements:WWI Bayonet Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Last updated on  May 24, 2022 10:59:43 PDT  View all revisions Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Modified Item:No Featured Refinements:M1 Garand Bayonet if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
  • Seller : barneybud
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Modified Item:No Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Original/Reproduction:Original Conflict:Civil War (1861-65) if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Brand:Wilkinson Sword Co if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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  • Seller : jj*jam
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  • Seller : sssmannn1
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Country/Region of Manufacture:Spain Type:cup hilt Edge:Single Color:gold Brand:toledo if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
  • Seller : epackblade
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used:An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Seller Notes:“EXCELLENT USED CONDITION!! SHORT 8" BRIGHT BLADE 97-98% SCABBARD SHOWS 95+% ORIGINAL FINISH!” Conflict:WW II (1939-45) Original/Reproduction:Original Theme:Militaria Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Region of Origin:Germany Modified Item:No if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
  • Seller : flintlockmike
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Modified Item:No Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Theme:Militaria Original/Reproduction:Original Time Period Manufactured:1784-1860 Featured Refinements:British Sword if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Original/Reproduction:Original if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used:An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Seller Notes:“(Old Wristbreaker), with scabbard. The blade is 35 1/2" long, 1 1/4" wide and 3/8" thick at the guard. The spine is flat. The left ricasso is marked (S.C.-/NY). The blade has shadowing from rust of years past but is still in good shape. There are no nicks in the blade. The guard is a deep brown patina. The leather wrap is gone on the grip but the cording and twisted wire is intact. The owners initials are on the hilt. The scabbard has no dents and a brown patina. This is a very scarce sabre having the smallest of the CW contracts.” Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Conflict:Civil War (1861-65) Theme:Militaria Original/Reproduction:Original if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used:An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Seller Notes:“Here's a nice WW1 bayonet. From my research it is a German military item, made for the Mauser rifle. The button to lock to the rifle moves as it should, I think the the wood on the handle may have been replaced since there are no rivet spots that would hold them in place. The numbers marked on the bayonet are on the base of the blade and are 3016 and 41 CLC on the other side, the numbers on the scabbard are 44ASW and 6547 with a script h below. This is a preowned item and may have been war used but can't confirm this, it will show signs of normal use and wear and has been sharpened, has some light oxidation and staining on the blade and scabbard, also file marks on the blade. See all pictures for further details. Sold as shown and what you'll receive. Measurements: Overall length, 15" Blade length, 9-3/4" Scabbard length, 10-3/4"” Region of Origin:Germany Modified Item:Yes Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Theme:Militaria Original/Reproduction:Original Conflict:WW I (1914-18) Modification Description:Handle scales may not be original but fit well, missing rivets that would have held the original ones on. Not sure if it may have been produced this way originally. if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used:An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Seller Notes:“Good condition” Country/Region of Manufacture:Russian Federation if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
  • Seller : xcusemydust
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Last updated on  May 19, 2022 15:56:49 PDT  View all revisions Item specifics Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Theme:Militaria Original/Reproduction:Original Conflict:Civil War (1861-65) if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Last updated on  May 21, 2022 01:18:06 PDT  View all revisions Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Blade Material:Aluminum Color:Brown Edge:Single Handle Material:Brass if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
  • Seller : civilwartoys85
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Theme:Militaria Original/Reproduction:Original Country/Region of Manufacture:Austria Modified Item:No if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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  • Seller : guns629
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Item specifics Condition:Used: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the conditionUsed: An item that has been used previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab Modified Item:No Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Blade Length:Over 5in. Blade Material:Stainless Steel Blade Edge:Plain Dexterity:Ambidextrous Type:Knife, Combat, Everyday Carry, Hunting, Survival Opening Mechanism:Manual Overall Length:12in. Vintage:No CAMILLUS:US CAMILLUS Authenticity:Original Knife:Dagger Boot Knife:Fighting Knife Sword Brand:US Number of Blades:1 Skinning:Dagger Fixed Blade:Blade Blade Color:Silver Handle Material:Leather Brand:Camillus if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Last updated on  May 21, 2022 17:28:56 PDT  View all revisions Item specifics Condition:New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item (including handmade items). See the seller's ... Read moreabout the conditionNew: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item (including handmade items). See the seller's listing for full details. See all condition definitionsopens in a new window or tab UPC:019962318665 if ((typeof (oGaugeInfo) != "undefined")){var descGaugeStartInfo = {descST:(new Date()).getTime()};}
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