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  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $34995.00
Magnificent Jeweled Medici Dagger, ca. 1840. This one-of-a-kind ceremonial dagger is perhaps the most unique and exceptional piece we have ever offered. Constructed entirely of fine silver with a pierced filigree hilt of exceptional quality and detail. The obverse is studded with 4 large emeralds (approx. 17.6 total carats), 133 smaller diamonds, ranging in size from approx. 1.5mm to 3.5mm (120 original rose-cut and 13 later full-cut), and mounted with a 7.5mm pearl on the pommel. The central feature is a gold Medici Family crest, surmounted by a band of diamonds with gold border and crowned with a diamond-studded fleur de lis. The reverse is gilded and mounted with 5 cabochon-cut turquoise, 3.5mm to 5mm in diameter. One stone appears to be absent, but close examination of the setting shows it to be different than those holding the turquoise, indicating it was possibly a different gem. The solid silver 6 3/8″ blade features acanthus decoration at the forte and an inscribed name (Enrico?). Overall length 11 3/8″, weight 176.5 grams. Included is a certified gem assessment by an accredited gemological lab, though nobody has been able to offer an actual appraisal given the rarity and importance of this unique piece. Everywhere I have taken this piece I have watched jaws drop with amazement when people see it. It is an amazing piece which photos cannot begin to do justice to. The Medici’s were one of Europe’s wealthiest and most influential families from the 14th to the 18th Century. They were instrumental in igniting the Renaissance throughout Europe. Four popes were from the family. While the family had declined politically by the first half of the 18th century, this dagger is proof that their wealth and prestige continued far into the next century.
  • 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 : £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 : 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 : £14950
Click and use the code 20422 to search for this item on the dealer website Three Fabulous 19th Century Combat Swords of the Scottish Cuninghame Family, Including a Combat Cum Dress Sword of William Cuninghame, Her Majesty Queen Victoria&#acute;s Personal Bodyguard.
  • 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 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 : 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 Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : $12995.00
Outstanding German Hand-and-a-half Sword, First Half 16th C. The best hand-and-a-half battle sword we have seen in years, this example features an unusual asymmetrical 38 1/8″ blade with hatchet point and broad full-length fuller, stamped on one side with a maker's mark (unidentified, but listed as “Saxon 16th C” in Hawtrey-Gyngell's “Armourer's Marks”). Complex guard of round and oval-section bars with down-curved decoratively turned quillons with spirally chiseled balls and small button finials. Large side ring with chiseled acanthus medallions and looping diagonal bar connecting to the large pas d'ane. Diagonal side ring on reverse attached to the pas d'ane. Spirally fluted ovoid pommel decorated with acanthus ensuite. Bottle-neck hand- and-a-half grip with what appears to be the original black leather wrap. Cleaned overall in very good condition for its age; the blade showing light pitting and lamination with a few small edge nicks. Well-balanced fighting sword of exceptional quality, obviously specially made for a nobleman of means. Overall length 47 3/4″.
  • 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 : 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 : 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 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 : 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 : £11275
Click and use the code 23521 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare And Superb 3rd 2nd Century b.c. Falcata Sword From the Invasion of Rome in the Punic Wars of The Great General Hannibal
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £11250
Click and use the code 23516 to search for this item on the dealer website Imperial Roman Gladius Legionary´s Long Sword Early to Mid 1st Century Used until The 3rd century AD
  • 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 : Spanish
  • 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 : £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 : British
  • Local Price : £9995
Click and use the code 21918 to search for this item on the dealer website Imperial German Large Damascus Sword Presented by Baron von Hammerstein
  • 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
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £9750
Click and use the code 23517 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare & Superb Original Roman Legionary´s & Cavalryman´s Spatha Long Sword, Late 3rd Century
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : £9500
Click and use the code 21508 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful, Original, German ´Zweihander´ Great Sword 16th Century
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £8750
Click and use the code 23114 to search for this item on the dealer website Very Long Ancient Koto Samurai Odachi Great Sword 14th Cent. Genko War Era
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8750
Very Fine Scottish Basket Hilted Sword dating to 1720 to 1740. A very fine Scottish basket hilted sword made during the years which span  the failed Jacobite Rebellions of 1715, 1719 and 1745. It represents the work of the Scottish armourer and hilt maker at its best. The hilt is forged from thick pieces of iron in a symmetrical and pleasing form with the filed grooves, frets and pierced designs all executed in an artistic and deliberate manner. The hilt retains its attractive contours and its original grip and liner. The robust blade complements the hilt to create a well balanced and attractive sword. The structural guard bars of the hilt are forged in thick rectangular section and decorated with longitudinal flutes formed with fine shallow filed grooves along the middle of each bar on the outside. The main and secondary guard panels are filed with delicate frets and merlons to the edges, incised with line designs and pierced with patterns of circles and triangles. The conical pommel has a similarly shaped button filed with a groove around its circumference just beneath its flattened top. Three sets of lines radiate from the button, formed as a wide middle groove, similar in width to the grooves on the outside of the structural guard bars, flanked with thinner incised lines. The spaces between these lines are decorated with upwardly convex crescents formed in the same way. The tops of the guard arms fit into a pronounced chiselled groove which extends for the full circumference of the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with roped copper wire, a thicker central twist flanked by two of thinner manufacture.  Silver ferrules with crescent shaped convex edges, decorated with raised  bands and enhanced with rows of dots are mounted top and bottom of the grip. The hilt retains its shaped leather liner covered with red velvet to the outside and joined with a blue silken hem. The high quality single edged tapering blade has a pronounced fuller extending from the hilt for most of its length either side underneath the spine to a distance 9 inches (23 cm) from the tip after which it becomes double edged. A second fuller of equal depth and width commences at a distance of 7 inches from the hilt and terminates 6 inches from the tip. A pronounced ricasso is present which extends from the hilt for just over 1.5 inches (4 cm) after which the sharp cutting edge commences. The blade length is just under 33.25 inches (84.5 cm) and the overall length of the sword is 39.5 inches (100 cm). Some Scottish basket hilted swords are stamped with the initials of the maker. The practice seems to have emerged in Glasgow in the later 17th century and continued until traditional Scottish sword making disappeared after the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745. Armourers that worked in other towns copied the practice, particularly in Stirling. Although this sword is not marked by a maker, the style of its well executed hilt indicates that it was made in Stirling. The condition of the metal is very good all over the sword is very good. The original surface sheen of the metal is retained and there is little damage from rust other than minor small blackened age related stains in places as the photographs show. The sword is firm in hand.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8450
Scottish Basket Hilted Broad Sword Dating to circa 1710 to 1740. An attractive, fine quality and robust example of an early 18th century Highland Scottish basket hilted broad sword. The sword is an elegant example mounted with an “ANDREA FERARA” blade. The sword was made during the years which span  the failed Jacobite Rebellions of 1715, 1719 and 1745. It represents the work of the Scottish armourer and hilt maker at its best. The hilt is forged from thick pieces of iron in a symmetrical and pleasing manner with rounded bars, frets and pierced designs all executed in a an artistic and deliberate manner. The hilt retains its pleasing contours and its original grip and liner. The robust blade complements the hilt to create a well balanced and attractive sword. The well proportioned basket guard is forged from thick rounded structural iron bars resulting in a powerful hilt, finely contoured, made by an experienced smith, familiar with producing high quality work from this unforgiving material. The two main frontal guard panels are decorated in typical style, with longitudinal lines incised into the exterior surfaces towards the panel edges. Each has a saltire cut into the centre, surrounded by a pattern of pierced circles and triangles. The edges of the panels are boldly and symmetrically fretted with merlons, arches and grooves, applied in a deliberate, precise and artisan-like manner. The smaller, secondary guard plates to the sides, together with the similarly sized centre front guard plate, are finished in a similar manner. The dome-shaped pommel has a similarly contoured button on top, filed with a middle groove, and is decorated with four equally spaced wide, deep grooves which radiate from the pommel button, each flanked with narrower incised lines. The upper guard arm terminals of the basket fit into a pronounced chiselled groove which extends for the full circumference of the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with age blackened silver ribbon and retains the remains of a woolen fringe at the top. The hilt retains a liner made of red cloth to the outside stitched onto a leather lining on the inside with the remains of a blue silken hem stitched to the edge. The German (most likely made in Solingen) double-edged “broad-sword” blade is of fine quality and gently tapers to its tip. It has a pronounced ricasso extending for a short distance from the hilt with short fullers near the square-sectioned edges, after which the blade is sharp on both sides. A pronounced double fuller extends from a short distance from the hilt down the centre of the blade for 8 inches (20 cm) after which the blade is of smooth lenticular section to its tip. On each side, each fuller, is boldly marked with the name ANDREA FERARA, the words separated by dot and crescent marks and flanked by crosses. A short distance beyond the termination of the fullers a bold running wolf mark is carved on each face. For a similar style hilt, probably from the same workshop, see fig F5c page 102 in “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Cyril Mazansky, The Boydell Press, 2005, for a sword in Blair Castle in Perthshire. Provenance: Arnold Rothschild Collection, Baltimore. The sword retains its brass collection inventory tag number 14 and chain. The overall length of the sword is 39.5 inches (99 cm) and the blade 33 inches (84 cm).
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 9800 Euro
400 Braves Award sabre. Rare sabre made by Boutet à Versailles, given as an award for special action in front of the enemy, gilded brass mounts (worn but traces of gilding), rayskin grip, scabbard en suite, Blade marked KLINGENTHAL has refreshed blue and gilding, circa 1800. This model attributed to the 21 st Company is much rarer than for the 19th Cy, they were ordered by the Minister of War SCHERER for the events inCorsica when this Company defended the siege of the fortress of Corte, for which a hundred of those sabres were delivered.
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  • Seller : etraderbud
  Original Civil War US hat insignia. 3-1/2 inches wide.  Lightly tarnished. No bends or dents. Unfinished-no wires.  Mass produced Dragoon/Cavalry model 1858 that was regulation in the Civil War. This one was probably salvaged from one of the many contractors. As seen figure 478 in Campbell & O'Donnell's "Headgear Insignia"  Celebrating  21 years (start 1/2000) with eBay. Just a one man operation with a couple new items per week..     Item/items are stored in Newport News, VA       Feedback: Feedback is for seller/buyer practices ... not item review. Neutral and negative feedback is very damaging to ones eBay account.  We do our best to keep all of our customers happy to maintain 100% positive feedback. If for any reason you feel we did not hold up our end of the deal please be sure to contact us before leaving feedback, we do our best to fix any mistakes.   Return policy: Purchase with confidence we guarantee all of our items and sales with 100% purchase price refund no questions asked.    Accepted Payments- Our accepted payment policy is derived directly from the eBay accepted payments policy. As an eBay seller we can only advertise the use of the approved payment methods. PayPal does process personal checks, debitcredit cards at no cost to you. Please see the procedure for this payment on the paypal checkout page and or PayPal website.         Shipping All shipping is accomplished within 24 hours of payment, except on weekends and holidays.  Please contact us if you are concerned or have questions about your order.     Terms of Sale   Occasionally there may be information on our listing that contains typographical errors, inaccuracies or omissions that may relate to product descriptions, pricing,  product shipping charges, transit times and availability. We reserve the right to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions, and to change or update information or cancel orders if any information is inaccurate at any time without prior notice (including after you have submitted your order). In no case shall eTraderbud be liable for any injury, loss, claim, or any direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, or consequential damages of any kind.   Images sell!Get Supersized Images & Free Image HostingAttention Sellers - Get TemplatesImage Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.com.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164976418962?hash=item26695c6092:g:l24AAOSw~Hdg-zDJ
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Original German WW II dress bayonet and scabbard in excellent condition Original Eickhorn Solingen on blade.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/114901054702?hash=item1ac0a2f4ee:g:4roAAOSwp9tg33pF
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 Nice UFH made bayonet 1942. 16" unsharpened blade. Finish is thinning with scabbard rubs. small area near the tip with staining and finish loss. Brown grips are nice with some handling marks. the original scabbard is in good shape with some wear and a small area of damage. overall nice bayonetEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154544394270?hash=item23fb90501e:g:OBYAAOSw5U5g~bCr
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The Guardian, Full Tang Stainless Steel Short Sword 24”. Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. TheGuardian is not a machete that lookslike a sword. No way. By any definition, this is a real sword.At 4mm thick theblade is very beefy and yet still retains a much needed degree of flexibility.That's what you want in a sword. Means there's no way you'll ever snap or crack thisbrute no matter how badly you're abusing it.TheTanto tip makes this a devastatingpiercing implement too — even through a leather jacket or tough winterclothing.Andthe 4mm thickness runs to almost thevery end of the blade, makingthe tip extremely strong and reliable.Theblade is full-tang,running all the way down through the handle to the pommel, a full 24”.Thehandle is a full 6 inches, big enough for two-handed grasping if needed, thoughthe Guardian is so exquisitelybalanced it can easily be controlled with just one hand —even by small women or men who may have very little strength.Thehandle scales are constructed from a super lightweight glass-reinforced epoxylaminate G10 –which means it'lllast for centuries because it's virtually impervious to harsh chemicals, waterdamage, UV rays... and even fire.G-10 is the good stuffbecause it will never crack or split or swell up no matter what kind ofconditions it's subjected to. And the finely milled surface and rounded groovesmakes it comfortable on the hand, and yet provides excellent grip and bladeretention...The Guardian comes with a GRN(glass reinforced nylon) Scabbard, with reversible and movable belt loops forcustom configurations.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/184957587473?hash=item2b1054d011:g:nC8AAOSwhXZgjE7b
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ORIGINAL GERMAN MODEL 1871 JAGER BAYONET.  This bayonet features a 19 1/2 inch long bright blade marked by the manufacturer WKC.  The blade is in excellent clean condition only showing some minor age & wear.  The grip panels are in very good condition and are free of any cracks & chips.  The cross guard & pommel show some age oxidation.  The release button is in working order.  The scabbard is complete and the throat & drag are tight to the leather scabbard body.  The throat and drag fittings show some likewise age oxidation.  The leather scabbard body shows age & wear & still remains in sound condition, all of the stitching is tight and intact.  The overall length of this bayonet is 25 inches.  A great original example for your bayonet or edged weapon collection!***CHECK OUT MY OTHER LISTINGS AND ADD ME AS ONE OF YOUR SAVED SELLERS FOR MORE VINTAGE MILITARIA***I am always happy to combine shipping for multiple items purchased whenever possible.  Buyer to pay for shipping, thanks for looking!  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/184963987711?hash=item2b10b678ff:g:9zgAAOSww4hg~br1
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US Civil War Antique 19 Century Ames Artillery Sword US Civil War Antique 19 Century Ames Artillery Sword Original US Civil War Ames Artillery Sword No scabbardHandle metal wire is almost goneSolid, no loose parts37 1/2" total lengthThe blade is 32"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133826911115?hash=item1f28b49b8b:g:LwwAAOSwLyBg-iNZ
  • Seller : xcusemydust
Nice clear photo...3/4 view U.S. Military Soldier with sword....you can see his cap on the table......photo taken in San Francisco......free shipping in the U.S.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/304076785518?hash=item46cc63876e:g:f4sAAOSw22Jg-aLB
  • Seller : hennadiy2006
RARE US WW2 1943 Oneida Limited OL Bayonet Fighting Knife w/ Scabbard Near Mint RARE US WW2 1943 Oneida Limited OL Bayonet Fighting Knife w/ Scabbard Near Mint Original RARE US WW2 Oneida Limited Bayonet with ScabbardNear mint conditionSolid14 1/2" long with 9 7/8" bladeIf you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/144123440200?hash=item218e6d2c48:g:jm8AAOSwDGVg-hyN
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Russian sword model 1817. Usually these have curved sabre blades. This piece here has a straight blade signed “W. Schmoll & Co.” and “Solingen”. Original matching scabbard also with the mark of “W. Schmoll & Co.”. Overall 37 inches (94,0 cm) length, blade length 32 inches (81,5 cm), blade width 1 inch (2,3 cm). All original and untouched.vv   Feel free to ask any questions you may have.   Shipping to anywhere in the world (from Germany).  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334087107584?hash=item4dc924b400:g:MQQAAOSwQEFguiVe
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Estonian Estonia WW2 Presentation Sword w/ Scabbard Estonian Estonia WW2 Presentation Sword w/ Scabbard Original Estonian WW2 Presentation Sword  with Scabbard38 5/8" total lengthThe blade is 33"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/144123476857?hash=item218e6dbb79:g:-LcAAOSwU4Jg-iT9
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Vintage Old Spain Spanish Fencing Rapier Sword Vintage Old Spain Spanish Fencing Rapier Sword Vintage Spanish Fencing Rapier No scabbard42 1/2" total lengthThe blade is 35 1/2"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133826920249?hash=item1f28b4bf39:g:sqQAAOSwgcNg-ij2
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Custom 15th C aristocratic German langemesser sword by French master swordmaker Dr Fabrice Cognot, Superb. Copy of a museum original. Hilt is silver gilt over bronze, horn and bone. Guard is fire blued steel with lion head quillons. Very light, beautifully balanced, and very fast in the hand. Blade is 1095, edge is ground very, very sharp, with an equally sharp 8" false edge coming back from the tip.If you know Fabrice Cognot’s work, you know the qualities of this sword. There is no scabbard, so a great opportunity to add one that appeals to you. This is an exquisite piece, worth far more than the starting bid. The last photo is the original period piece.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164978053039?hash=item2669754faf:g:JcMAAOSwI7tg6gMi
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British English India Indian Antique WW1 Cavalry Sword w/ Scabbard British English India Indian Antique WW1 Cavalry Sword w/ Scabbard Original British India WW1 Cavalry Sword with ScabbardSolid, no loose partsScabbard's leather is dry, doesn't cover the blade completely38 1/2" total lengthThe blade is 33"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164974705556?hash=item2669423b94:g:0dkAAOSwcrRg-iRJ
  • Seller : mojo3001
antique tombak indonesian spear with wood sheath. 14 inches long. Paypal only.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194254586034?hash=item2d3a79c0b2:g:MxAAAOSwf2Fg~An6
  • Seller : phillip_in_new_zealand
AWESOME XVI 16th Lancers Officer's Levee Sword 1860's MAMELUKE Sabre SPECTACULARAn extraordinarily elaborate and VERY RARE 16th Lancer's (Queens Own) Officer's Full Dress Levee Sword **160 - 187 Years-OLD**The VERY FINELY etched 80cm (31.5in) deeply-curved un-fullered blade signed Rogers & Co 30 King St, Covent Garden, London, 1834-1852 (Later to become Hamburger Rogers & Son) with Queen Victoria's crown VR and XVI Lancers cyphers within typical trophy motifs and foliate scrolls EXQUISITELY **hand-engraved** by a MASTER ENGRAVER (Not acid-etched), with spear point, original steel scabbard with gilt brass pierced mounts the wonderfully age-patinated horn grip with Gothic cross-guard and pierced finials, lion or leopard head (Gargoyle?) Gilted Guard and Pommel = a BEAST with MASSIVE FANGSAGE = Circa 1834-1852 (Became Hambuger, Rogers, & Son in 1852) The 31.5" blade SITS very snugly in its original scabbard which is free of any significant dings or dents Hilt and Hand-guard are 100% FIRM on the blade, with a small amount of "play" in the pommelNO bends NO Nicks NO serious Rust NO Pitting NO cracks NO nasty sharpening marksThis blade came out of a New Zealand families deceased estate, many decades ago, sadly then with no provenance ("history") of the officer who once owned this magnificent sword It has been in a private collection now for many years and is FIRST TIME ON THE LOCAL or INTERNATIONAL MARKET This MAGNIFICENT genuine antique Mameluke Saber would enhance ANY sword collection or Museum Display HISTORY of the 16th Lancers service during the Victorian era (1837-1901)The regiment was dispatched to Ireland in March 1816 where it was re-designated as a lancer regiment in September 1816, becoming the 16th (The Queen's) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons (Lancers). It returned from Ireland in June 1819. The regiment was sent to India in 1822 and saw action, using lances, against the Marathas at the siege of Bharatpur in January 1826. It saw action again at the capture of Ghuznee in July 1839 during the First Anglo-Afghan War and at the Battle of Maharajpore in December 1843 during the Gwalior Campaign. It also took part in the Battle of Aliwal in January 1846, when the regiment charged and dispersed a body of Sikhs ten times its size, and also fought at the Battle of Sobraon in February 1846 during the First Anglo-Sikh War. The regiment's title was simplified to the 16th (The Queen's) Lancers in 1861. It served in India between 1865 and 1876 and again between 1890 and 1899. The regiment landed at Cape Colony in January 1900 for service in the Second Boer War and took part in the relief of Kimberley in February 1900. EARLIER HISTORY The 16th The Queen's Lancers was a cavalry regiment of the British Army, first raised in 1759. It saw service for two centuries, before being amalgamated with the 5th Royal Irish Lancers to form the 16th/5th Lancers in 1922.The regiment was raised in 1759 by Colonel John Burgoyne as the 16th Regiment of (Light) Dragoons, being the second of the new regiments of light dragoons; it was also known as Burgoyne's Light Horse.The regiment was closely involved, undertaking several cavalry charges, in the action leading up to the capture of the French Garrison of Belle Île in April 1761 during the Seven Years' War. It also made a major contribution to the British victories against the Spaniards at the Battle of Valencia de Alcántara in August 1762 and at the Battle of Vila Velha in October 1762 during the Anglo-Spanish War.In 1766 the regiment was renamed after Queen Charlotte as the 2nd (or The Queen's) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons, the number being an attempt to create a new numbering system for the light dragoon regiments. However, the old system was quickly re-established, with the regiment returning as the 16th (The Queen's) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons in 1769.The regiment arrived in New York in October 1776 for service in the American Revolutionary War. It was involved in fighting at the Battle of White Plains in October 1776, the Battle of Brandywine in September 1777 and the Battle of Germantown in October 1777 before seeing more action at the Battle of Crooked Billet in May 1778, the Battle of Barren Hill later that month and the Battle of Monmouth in June 1778.The regiment returned to England in spring 1779.The regiment next landed at Ostend in April 1793 for service in the Flanders Campaign and was present at the siege of Valenciennes in June 1793, the siege of Dunkirk in August 1793 and the siege of Landrecies in April 1794. It also took part in the Battle of Beaumont in April 1794, the Battle of Willems in May 1794 and the Battle of Tournay 20th CenturyThe regiment landed at Cape Colony in January 1900 for service in the Second Boer War and took part in the relief of Kimberley in February 1900. The regiment, which had been based at The Curragh at the start of the First World War, landed in France as part of the 3rd Cavalry Brigade in the 1st Cavalry Division in August 1914 for service on the Western Front. The regiment was retitled as the 16th The Queen's Lancers in 1921 and amalgamated with the 5th Royal Irish Lancers to form the 16th/5th Lancers) in 1922.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124818791514?hash=item1d0fc79c5a:g:~tYAAOSwIhJgf2o6
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Antique European Sword Style Of Late 15th Century Italian Or Saxony Side Swords. This is a beautiful blade with original shagreen handle and beautiful patina. The last picture is of a similar original sword in the Deutsches Klingenmuseum Solingen (the German Blade Museum) collection. The blade is very long at 36”. The total length is 42”. Cross is 7.25” wide. This sword is very light for its size at 1080g. It is beautifully balanced and feels very nimble in the hand. Please feel free to ask any questions you man have.I do not offer returns unless the buyer pays for shipping both directions, so please ask all your questions and carefully review all the pictures. If you need a closer look at anything I can provide additional pictures upon request.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/114906821851?hash=item1ac0faf4db:g:i-YAAOSw8RRg~cXf
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 Another beautiful naval sword. Most likely 16th or early 17th  century.  Large 10 sided pommel. Ribbed leather grip. Full clam shell hand guard. Incomplete knuckle bow and triple down turned quillons. The two side quillons have tiny teeth inside the curves. The double edged blade has 2 fullers beginning about 2 1/2" from the point that run parallel to the edges. As the blade widens, a 3rd fuller appears in the center. The fullers continue to about 5" from the hilt on the front side, 6" on the reverse. This last section of blade is flat, and decorated with large pictorial engravings.  I'll let the pictures speak for those.  I haven't put any effort into identifying this one. If you think you know he nationality, I'd love to hear from you. Overall 39 3/4", blade 33 1/8" long X 2 3/8" wide. 3 Lbs. 14.9 oz. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/274877139225?hash=item3ffff44919:g:obUAAOSwh1Vg7bEh
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Antique Old 18 Century French France or British English Rapier Sword Antique Old 18 Century French France or British English Rapier Sword Original Antique 18 Century French or British Rapier Sword No scabbardThe hilt is loose37" total lengthThe blade is 31 3/8"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164974717632?hash=item2669426ac0:g:KGgAAOSwvvVg-iWy
  • Seller : rapc
 MODEL 1937 ITALIAN HIGH RANKING OFFICER’S DRESS DAGGER. The knife has an unmarked 7-3/4” x 7/8” flat ground upside down mounted blade. Handle is aluminum with a hooked one-side hand guard. Brass fasces on left side (Roman symbol of authority). Accompanied by its orig, black painted, metal scabbard with faded gold washed throat, hanger bands & tip and a gold washed chain with a large stylized “M” at top and belt clip with Italian eagle having a black enamel background perched on a bar marked “SPQR”. All original wwii Italian fascist! Selling USA only, but those with a U.S. MAILING ADDRESS MAY BID. No shipments out of the U.S.! Shipping plus insurance will be $18.00. Look at all the pictures.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/294293928235?hash=item448548f92b:g:wzEAAOSwDllg9Law
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Austrian Austria Antique Old WW1 Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Austrian Austria Antique Old WW1 Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Original Austrian WW1 Engraved Officer's Sword with ScabbardSolid, no loose parts37" total lengthThe blade is 31"If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133826917892?hash=item1f28b4b604:g:8kQAAOSwqw1g-ieN
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Vintage Ugandan Uganda German Made Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Vintage Ugandan Uganda German Made Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Original Vintage Ugandan German Made Engraved Officer's Sword with ScabbardSolid, no loose parts38 1/2" total lengthThe blade is 32 3/8"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133826909251?hash=item1f28b49443:g:PfYAAOSwl2Zg-iLg
  • Seller : lock-stock-and-barrel
Item: Cutlass Sword Sword Manufacturer: Unbranded Sword Model: Cutlass Scabbard Y/N: No Scabbard Manufacturer: None Scabbard Model: None Markings: NoneBlade Length: Approximately 25" Sword OAL: Approximately 30"Originality: Original                                                                                Condition: The sword is in good condition. Grip, pommel and guard are in good shape. Blade has no nicks, rust, or pitting. There are no scratches. Finish on the blade is good. Tip looks sharp. There are no markings.FAQ:We do combine on shipping, you generally pay highest shipping first and $1 for each additional item.We do not have a Buy It Now, the item needs to sell at auction.We do not offer international shipping.All items included in this auction are shown in the pictures, and only the items shown in the pictures are included in the auction. If there is a discrepancy between the description and the pictures - trust the pictures! Check out my OTHER ITEMS!Be sure to add me to your FAVORITES LIST!Bidder Instructions:Please feel free to ask any questions you have and we will answer them as accurately and as quickly as possible.  We do not wish to deceive anyone and will do whatever we can to make our customers happy; just let us know if there is anything we can do for you.Winning Bidder Instructions: Please complete payment through ebay. (contact us for alternative methods)Please leave feedback when your item is happily received, we will leave feedback when payment is received. If you are not satisfied, for any reason, please contact us before leaving negative or neutral feedback, we strive our hardest to make our customers happy and offer free returns on everything - we always stand behind everything we say & sell.  Shipping / Payment:Sales tax applied depending on the buyer's location and eBay policy. Sales tax is now handled through eBay, we have no control over this process.Please select "Local Pickup" upon checkout if you would like to arrange local pick up at our Simi Valley, CA office.Shipping cost includes insurance and signature confirmation on orders over $500. This is to ensure your item arrives safe and secure.Again, free refunds are offered on all items to ensure our customers will be happy with their experience with us.Good Luck!WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.govEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/384273579348?hash=item59787d7d54:g:jQcAAOSwvhNg-IAM
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Danish M1 Garand bayonet here with US marked scabbard.  Bayonet has a crest FKF and 1955 on tang.  It has a 10" blade.  It is , of course, use and bears some scratches , finish marks and light sharpening marks.  Please view the many photos.  No edged weapons sold to anyone under 18.  Promptly shipped to USA ONLY!!  Good LuckEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234102901368?hash=item36819eca78:g:BKYAAOSwNBRg~GNY
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Antique French France 19 Century 1868 German Blade Bayonet Sword w/ Scabbard Antique French France 19 Century 1868 German Blade Bayonet Sword w/ Scabbard Original Antique French 19 Century 1868 German Blade Bayonet with ScabbardPush-button works27 3/8" total lengthThe blade is 22 5/8"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/144123482222?hash=item218e6dd06e:g:4-oAAOSwFZFg-ibf
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GREAT CIVIL WAR ERA U S MARKED MODEL 1840 CAVARLY SWORD / SABER BY AMES. GREAT CIVIL WAR ERA U S MARKED MODEL 1840 CAVARLY SWORD / SABER BY AMES - MEASURES 35" OVERALL  WITH A 29" BLADE  - MARKED ON THE RICASSO U S WITH WD INSPECTOR MARK - ON THE REVERSE N P AMES CABOTVILLE 1848 - VERY DESIRABLE MARKER  - THIS EARLY SWORD WAS USED BY BOTH SIDES DURING THE WAR - FRONT EDGE IS SHARP - MANY OF THESE WERE SHORTENED AND USED BY THE CONFEDERATES AS INFANTRY OFFICE SWORDS - THIS EXAMPLE HAS BRASS GUARD AND POMMEL WITH CLASSIC  BLACK LEATHER COVER OVER WOODEN HANDLE AND SOME OF THE TWISTED BRASS WRAP IS PRESENT - FOUND  NEAR GETTYSBURG - VERY LIKELY A CONFEDERATE USED PIECE - BEAUTIFUL PATINA AND LOOK - GREAT COLLECTIBLE  VERY GOOD OVERALL CONDITION  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/114904021813?hash=item1ac0d03b35:g:15IAAOSwjY5g-zvE
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Historical context :This model 1889 saber for infantry officers was mostly manufactured by Solingen. On the handle was Souvenr covered with shagreen, there is the monogram of Kaiser Wilhelm I (crowned WR I), which represents the Grenadier-Regiment König Wilhelm I (2. Westpreussisches), and a banner with the inscription "1655 », Date of the creation of the Grenadier-Regiment Kronprinz (1. Ostpreussisches) Nr. 1.Total length : 97.1 cmLength without the scabbard : 92.3 cmBlade length : 77.8 cmHandle length : 14.5cmBlade width : 1.8cmDescription :Very beautiful saber, straight blade with gutters in good condition, in its own juice, scabbard painted black. Handle in brass or bronze, filigree, no keyboard, probably movable. The piece is however in very good condition in its own juice. A magnificent saber, totally and 100% original which will be able to fill or complete your collection, do not hesitate!BEAUTIFUL AND RARE PIECE IN ITS JUICE, 100% ORIGINAL.Do not hesitate to acquire this superb saber which can easily complete your showcase of Prussian or German sabers.SUPERB AND RARE PIECE, TOTALLY UNIQUE IN GOOD STATE OF PRESERVATION ! Exceptional sword, don't hesitate at a low price ! PLEASE NOTE : The piece is unique, I don't have a duplicate.I answer your questions, do not hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for postage delays and losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so that your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal.SHIPPINGEurope : 35 eurosPoland and Bulgaria : 50 eurosChina, Canada, United States : 100 euros Don't let this unique collector's item slip away, there won't be something for everyone. Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154539091145?hash=item23fb3f64c9:g:Kg0AAOSwV~9gtMsA
  • Seller : sword-bayonet
 Full tang Commando Boot knife Dagger  Black wood handle With scabbard  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/194253737010?hash=item2d3a6ccc32:g:2GoAAOSw0g1guCCu
  • Seller : sword-bayonet
Antique 1873 Original US Indian War Trapdoor Bayonet Scabbard All Iron This is only Scabbard 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 returnYes I do combine shipping Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194253736612?hash=item2d3a6ccaa4:g:0nUAAOSwx8xgwqBP
  • Seller : blueseller101
This large antique bayonet is 17 1/8 inches long overall with an 11 3/4 inch blade.  The blade has deep fuller on each side.  The bayonet has wood grips with a steel guard & pommel.  The tang of the blade is marked CSZ L.  This item is used with wear and a nice overall patina.  There is no sheath.  Shipping is $12.99 Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/393455051984?hash=item5b9bbfa4d0:g:D4IAAOSwuuJg94ND
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WWI US Model 1917 Bayonet with sheath.  Bayonet measures 22.5" overall with a blade length of 17".  Blade is in very good shape.  Wood grips are also in very good shape.  The blade shows 1917 with Remington Logo on one side and US stamped on the other side.  See photos. Bayonet is tight with no looseness.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265241350507?hash=item3dc19dd16b:g:ZKEAAOSwPSpg~GYR
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Belgian M.1924 long blade export bayonet for the M.1924 Mauser rifle, 14 15/16" (354mm), no markings, made for export toSouth American Countries, Yugoslavia, Lithuania, and Greece and used by those countries in WWII.  Bayonet unmarked except for a serial number 015097 on the end of the pommel, excellent- condition and in the white.  No scabbard.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/304079993065?hash=item46cc9478e9:g:bDoAAOSwvCpg~G9X
  • Seller : canyoudoanybetter
PRICE REDUCTION 66% OFF ORIGINAL RETAIL PRICE!!!!! LIMITED TIME ONLY!!!!!Dr. Edward Maynard "Letters from the Land of the Tsar 1845-1846" America's Pioneering Dental Surgeon Turned Civil War Gun Inventor  Only biography of  Dr. Edward Maynard's by Maynard's great-great-great grandson who found copies of letters Dr. Maynard wrote to his wife in his family garage in upstate New York in 1997. Dr. Maynard wrote these letters to his wife in 1845-1846 as he travelled to St. Petersburg, Russia, Prussia, France, Belgium and England trying to sell his Patent Tape Primer and Lock. Letters describe Dr. Maynard's daily activities regarding everything he did and everyone he met during his fifteen months trying to sell his Patented Tape Primer Lock to the heads of these foreign kingdoms. Dr. Maynard spent six months in St. Petersburg, Russia from September 1845 to February 1846 where he became Dentist to the Imperial Family of the Tsar of Russia where he performed numerous dental operations on family members of Tsar Nicholas I, thus establishing his reputation as a prominent international Dental surgeon. Maynard is credited as being the first Dentist in both the U.S. and Europe to use gold foil to fill cavities. In addition to these letters, the author did extensive research on Dr. Maynard's life and inventions. For more detailed info please visit maynardcarbine.com. Book is hardback with color dust jacket, 8.5" x 11.25", 216 pages with 80 pictures and illustrations including pictures of Dr. Maynard's prototype firearms which were not commercially successful. These Maynard prototype firearms have not appeared in any other publication to date. During his lifetime, Dr. Maynard was considered to have one of the finest scientific minds of the time. This book is ideal for anybody interested in Civil War Guns, the Maynard Tape Primer Lock or the Maynard Carbine and the heretofore untold biography of it's inventor. All books will be signed by the Author. This Book is Brand New. It is a limited First Edition of 2,100 books. It is not available anywhere else for less money and it is sold exclusively through book dealers and or other websites chosen by the Author / Publisher Iron Horse Publishing. Once this First Edition is sold out it is unlikely there will be a second printing. All sales are final unless book arrives damaged. Original RETAIL PRICE WAS $60.00. These are running out!!!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/203535632542?hash=item2f63ab489e:g:nToAAOSw-3FZB7M3
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