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  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £15,995
. A very fine pair of duelling pistols by Durs Egg. . A very fine pair of duelling pistols by Durs Egg A very fine pair of duelling pistols by Durs Egg, 14 &194;&190;&157; overall , 9inch slightly swamped octagonal 54 bore barrels signed D. Egg London in script, engraved with a band of beadwork at the breeches, the rear and fore sights to both pistols removed to allow reactive sighting. Stepped locks signed D. Egg in script, slender swan necked cocks ,spoon shaped pans, the frizzen springs with good traces of original colour, full stocked carved behind the lock tails with a tear drop and with slab sided butts, the plain trigger guards with acorn-shaped terminals retaing traces of original blued finish, horn fore-end caps and horn capped wooden ramrods one with worm. A very fine early pair of duelling pistols in the manner of John Twigg who Durs Egg had worked in 1772. In near mint condition Circa 1775 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. Delivery cost: UK free DPD next day delivery. USA if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3,000 delivery is to your nearest airport is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery will be &194;&163;250, Rest of the world delivery is to your nearest airport if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3000 it is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery is &194;&163;250 . All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12,995
Rare New Land pattern musket. A rare New Land pattern musket A rare New Land pattern musket 58&157; overall. 42&157; barrel with Ordnance proofs, flat New Land pattern lock with Crown GR and inspector´s mark under pan. Full length walnut stock, barrel retained with 3 slides, butt with storekeeper´s stamp for 1802, inspector´s stamp behind the tang, with regulation brass furniture comprising butt plate, trigger guard with sling swivel, ´S´ shaped side plate with central screw, with 3 ramrod pipes. Original rammer with swell. Circa 1802. A very rare musket in very good darkly patinated sleepy condition. Lacking its forward swivel & nose-cap, otherwise very good. Delivery cost: UK free DPD next day delivery. USA if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3,000 delivery is to your nearest airport is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery will be &194;&163;250, Rest of the world delivery is to your nearest airport if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3000 it is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery is &194;&163;250 . All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12,995
. A fine cased pair of Travelling Pistols by Staudenmayer. . A fine cased pair of Travelling Pistols by Staudenmayer &194;&160;A fine cased pair of Travelling Pistols by Staudenmayer. London, No. 1485, 12&157; overall, 6 &194;&188;&157; octagonal 20 bore sighted barrels engraved STAUDENMAYER, LONDON, with scratch rifling, signed on the upper flat and inlaid with a platinum line, engraved breech tang, fitted with standing back-sight. Flat stepped border and foliate engraved side locks, engraved STAUDENMAYER, LONDON, with push-on safety, swan necked cocks with semi waterproof pans, engraved steel mounts including trigger-guard decorated with a trophy-of-arms and pineapple finals and later fitted spurs. Figured walnut full stocks with chequered rounded butts, with ramrod-pipe and horn tipped ramrods. Contained in their original oak case with brass lifting handle and two hooks The hinged lid bearing the glued in Trade Card for J. Wilkinson and Son. Lined with green baize, with some accessories including copper and brass pistol flask, turn screw, bullet mound and loading rod . Circa 1815, spurs added about 1835 by Wilkinson who then added his card to the case lid. Pistols in good condition some finish to the trigger guards Samuel Henry Staudenmayer former apprentice of John Manton, Gunmaker, 35 Jermyn Street., 1799; 35 Cockspur Street 1802- 14; 35 Cockspur Street 1814-25. Gunmaker to the Prince of Wales and Duke of York: See Blackmore. H.L., A Dictionary of London Gunmakers 1350- 1850, page 184. &194;&160;Delivery cost: UK free DPD next day delivery. USA if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3,000 delivery is to your nearest airport is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery will be &194;&163;250, Rest of the world delivery is to your nearest airport if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3000 it is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery is &194;&163;250 . All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $15995 USD
Exceptional Skeleton Hilt Rapier, Probably by Gottfried Leygebe, ca. 1660  . Cast and chiseled silver hilt featuring large single side ring of ribbed diamond-section with central opposing artichoke buds. Protruding from the obverse of the quillon block are three down-turned diagonal bars ending in artichoke finials; reverse quillon block decorated with acanthus in relief. Hollow grip of intertwined rope work; pommel of artichoke form with long button. The delicate parts of the hilt are reinforced with iron bars, visible behind the slender stems. Slender 32" double-edged blade of hexagonal section with 9" central fuller, pierced with geometric designs and stamped with several small marks at the ricasso. Blade lightly pitted. Overall length 38 ½". Likely a one-of-a-kind piece, which would be proudly displayed in the finest museum collections. Gottfried Christian Leygebe (1630-1683) of Nuremberg was a highly acclaimed sculptor and metal worker. In 1645 he travelled to Nuremberg to train as an armourer with Albrecht Liechtmann. He specialized in engraving in iron, made contact with Georg Pfr
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : £12500
South German Or Swiss Hand And A Half Sword Circa 1560. A scarce and attractive “hand and a half” sword dating to the mid 16th century. A well made example, finely balanced in hand, well constructed and in good  condition. The distinctive hilt is similar to contemporary hilts of more common single handed swords known as “Saxon”, but most certainly made and used over a much wider region. Two similar hand and a half examples are displayed in the Doge’s Palace in Venice. These large swords were not just for two-handed use. They were designed to be used equally well with one hand by a trained user. In the 16th century these swords were probably not a rare site on European battlefields, carried by mercenaries and professional soldiers in armies fighting almost permanently during a time of shifting religious, political and social change. As fashions changed towards the beginning of the 17th century they went out of use and today are quite rare compared to the survival rates of two-handed swords which are of the “bearing sword” variety – large, well made, imposing and decorous, but designed mainly to be carried point up in civic procession rather than for use in combat. The hilt consists of a robust square section quillon block from which the broad arms of the cross guard are forged in flattened diamond section broadening towards the ends and terminating in shallow diamond profiles mounted with knops in the centre. A ring guard is forged from the block, and a smaller secondary ring guard sits beneath this attached to the base of two vertically aligned convex crescents of iron, which extend from the underside of the block either side of the ricasso. This structure is further strengthened on the reverse side by two crossed loops of rounded form which protrude from the block and attach to the base of the guard crescents below. A thumb ring is attached to the block above these loops. The pommel is of solid cone form with a slightly flared and narrow neck beneath. The waisted stepped grip is of wood covered with leather over a cord wrap. The broad blade is double edged with a ricasso extending some 5.5 inches (14 cm) from the hilt. A single broad central fuller extends down the centre of the blade 9.5 inches (24 cm) flanked by two shorter fullers of similar width which extend for the length of the ricasso. Beyond the central fuller the blade is of flattened lenticular section to its tip. Just beyond the end of the central fuller a stamped armourers mark is present both sides consisting of a face in a half moon facing to the left. This type of mark was often used by Solingen and Toledo trained smiths.  This mark particularly resembles the Toledo mark of Espadero del Rey. The blade is most likely of Northern Italian origin manufactured by a Toledo trained smith, working in an area under Spanish control, possibly Milan, from where Spanish blades could easily access the wider European sword making markets. It is also possible that the mark is of a Spanish trained smith that went on to work in one of the non-Spanish blade-making centres such as Solingen and that the sword was made in its entirety there. This sword form was not common in the Spanish armoury. Some European sword makers are known to have trained in Toledo, for example Heinrich Col who was a German from Solingen who worked in Toledo then in Germany (Cf. Seitz I, p. 344, and II, p. 268) indicating that movement of smiths between blade and sword making centres occurred. For more information on this mark see “European Makers of Edged Weapons, Their Marks – A Handbook for Museums and Collectors”, Staffan Kinman, Norrkopings Tryckeri, 2015. Blade length 39 inches (99 cm). Length overall 47.5 inches (120.5 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £12,000
Rare Knightly sword from the Castiillion river find. rare Knightly sword from the Castiillion river find A rare Knightly sword from the Castiillion river find, 39&157; overall, Double-edged blade of triangular shape, ribbed at the centre; thin quillons slightly curved toward the blade, octagonal pommel relieved at the centre. Together with the scabbard iron chape. Very rare sword in excavated condition. Provenance: private collection from Marseille. Then Robert Brooker collection. The sword was found near Castillion. (The Battle of Castillon of 1453 was the last battle fought between the French and the English during the Hundred Years’ War). References, London Park Lane Arms fair catalogue 1993 and 2012 and R.E Oakeshott A River Find of 15th Century Swords &194;&160; &194;&160;Delivery cost: Free within the UK via DPD next day delivery, Europe: &194;&163;35; Rest of the World: &194;&163;75 via DPD. All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £11,995
cased pair of duelling pistols by William Alley of Kilkenny. A good cased pair of duelling pistols by William Alley of Kilkenny &194;&160;A good cased pair of duelling pistols by William Alley of Kilkenny,16&157; overall, 10" sighted round 28 bore barrels with top flat, blade fore sights, gold cartouche [Wm Alley Kilkenny ] gold breech-line , engraved tang incorporating rear sights, gold touch holes and pans, plain stepped bolted locks with chamfered edges signed Alley in a gold ribbon. Swan neck cocks, frizzen with roller on toe. Walnut full stocked, slab sided butts chequered on back with narrow horn fore ends, engraved iron furniture, trigger guard with acorn finial, horn tipped ramrods. In a mahogany case with some accessories including bullet mould, loading rod and three-way flask. Circa 1788-95 In good condition, very good bores, barrels rebrowned. William Alley first commenced business in Kilkenny circa 1788 at Rose Ann Street. He transferred this business to 6 Abbey Street, Dublin in late 1795 and is listed in Dublin until 1802. He made high quality gold mounted duelling pistols. Delivery cost: UK free DPD next day delivery. USA if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3,000 delivery is to your nearest airport is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery will be &194;&163;250, Rest of the world delivery is to your nearest airport if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3000 it is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery is &194;&163;250. All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : £11995
Click and use the code 22061 to search for this item on the dealer website Original Fantastic Early Crusader´s Knightly Sword Up to 1000 Years Old
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  • Seller : 2camsam
For sale is a ca. 2005 America's Heroes First Responders Commemorative Saber in NIB condition. Blade is etched both sides and hilt is plated with what I believe to be nickel or silver as it is slightly tarnished. Box is in good condition as is outer sleeve with the exception of slight rips on one edge of each end. Sleeve came that way and had apparently been repaired with clear tape at point of sale. This is a beautiful piece that I hate to part with, but the costs of other projects beckon. These saber-pattern swords are getting harder to find and most sites that carry them are currently listing them as unavailable and/or sold out. Happy bidding!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Americas-Heroes-First-Responders-Commemorative-Saber/273968086569?hash=item3fc9c53e29:g:vPsAAOSwPX1dFSKd
  • Seller : lcplmurdoch
The rapier - Spanish steel, no less - is about 40" long and the Kriss blade is almost 50". The Kriss blade has a scabbard, too. Both were bought from SwordsDirect probably 15 years ago. Careful, these aren't toys!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-of-TWO-long-swords-broadsword-and-rapier-with-custom-handmade-wall-mounts/303254317140?hash=item469b5da854:g:DasAAOSw~BxdFOPP
  • Seller : consignments-with-us
ARGENTINE 1909 RIFLE SWORD BAYONET WITH MATCHING SCABBARD. WEYERSBERG KIRSCHBAUM & CO. "WEYERSBERG". "KIRSCHBAUM & CO.". SCABBARD MARKS ON SCABBARD TIP BALL, TWO LETTERS IN A PARTIAL CIRCLE POSSIBLY "SA".Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ARGENTINE-1909-RIFLE-SWORD-BAYONET-WITH-MATCHING-SCABBARD-WEYERSBERG-KIRSCHBAUM/283581916856?hash=item4206cca6b8:g:2kUAAOSwYUZdVTGl
  • Seller : chuckscollectibles
There is no scabbard. The rugged construction was used for practice and to condition the arm. This sword is from mt 40 year collection.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-American-19th-Century-Naval-Boarding-Cutlass-Practice-Sword/283581875625?hash=item4206cc05a9:g:b2gAAOSw6ZRdVZTq
  • Seller : collectiblewatches
Up for Sale is this WKC Imperial Germany Prussian Brass Handled Bayonet and Scabbard. Here is a Nice Old W.K.C. Signed Imperial German Prussian Brass Handled Bayonet and Scabbard.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WKC-Imperial-Germany-Prussian-Brass-Handled-Bayonet-and-Scabbard/193050581448?hash=item2cf2b619c8:g:3DsAAOSwTmRdVayJ
  • Seller : gwhistorian
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Pre-WW1 era Spanish artillery bayonet with leather and metal scabbard at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pre-WW1-era-Spanish-artillery-bayonet-with-leather-and-metal-scabbard/303253232470?hash=item469b4d1b56:g:moEAAOSwmY1dVG3a
  • Seller : papas50
1872 Staff NCO Sword. 1872 Staff Sword. Blade has a bit of rust, dark spots and a few nicks. Handle and blade remain tight. No maker marks. No scabbard.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Early-American-Sword-1872-Staff-NCO-Sword/372739347211?hash=item56c8ff130b:g:7kAAAOSw3ZhdVSO5
  • Seller : 1192mathieu
Original Spanish or Italian 19 Century Cavalry Sword. Blade is 31 3/8". DO NOT DUPLICATE OR COPY!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Spanish-Spain-or-Italian-Italy-Antique-Old-19-Century-Engraved-Cavalry-Sword/133143087125?hash=item1efff24815:g:RggAAOSwjyhZ-03N
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