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  • Nation : Austrian
  • Local Price : $7995.00
Fine Austrian/German Wheellock Rifle, Late 17th C. Featuring 32″ octagonal barrel of approximately .58 caliber with swamped muzzle, the breech finely engraved with maker's name “BALTHASAR ZELLER” with deeply stamped laten-filled maker's mark. Muzzle and breech engraved with scrolling foliage; decorative rear leaf sight and dovetailed brass front blade sight. Flat lockplate with internal wheel and sliding pan cover, beautifully engraved with mounted knight attacking a dragon; wheel cover with foliage and dragon heads; cock chiseled and engraved in the form of a mythical beast and maker's initials “BZ” engraved in script. Walnut full stock with relief carved scrolling foliage and multi-piece contrasting color horn mounts, including fore end cap, ramrod thimbles, sliding patch box cover, butt cap, and miscellaneous inlays. Brass side plate engraved with acanthus decoration, large brass trigger guard with finger indents; set trigger. There is even an original spanner in the patch box. Original steel and horn-tipped wood ramrod. Exceptional quality throughout with minor old restorations to the wood and a few tight cracks. Overall length 44″. Stockel lists maker Balthasar Zellner (not Zeller) in Salzburg ca. 1703-1754, son of Johann Balthasar Zellner, ca. 1659-1730. Johann Balthasar Zellner also used the intials “BZ”. The letters “BZ are also found on a Saxon wheellock rifle, ca. 1647. The Zellner family was active in the Wallersee/Salzburg area from the late 16th C until the mid 18th C and spelled their family name in various ways.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7995
Click and use the code 22370 to search for this item on the dealer website The Original ´Damascus´ Presentation Sword, Presented to the German Fuhrer of 1898, Imperial German, Damascus Steel & Blued Presentation Fuhrer´s Sword. Real Ruby Eyes.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7995
Click and use the code 23230 to search for this item on the dealer website Most Rare Norman Conquest Period Sword Made 1000 Years Ago Utilizing An Ancestral Blade Around 400 Years Old
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : $7995.00
Exceptional Gilded Pappenheimer Rapier, ca. 1630. Symmetrical guard formed of diamond-section bars with large pas d'ane and three up- turned concentric rings extending from the lower end, the uppermost one joined to the knuckle bow. The opening inside the smallest ring is covered by a pierced shell-shaped plate attached with two screws. Vertically recurved quillons and shield-shaped quillon block. Knuckle bow with large finial unconnected and curved away from the pommel. Grip with flat and twisted iron wire wrap and finished with grooved ferrules top and bottom. Faceted ovoid pommel with button. Hilt retaining approximately 90% of its gilded finish. Straight hexagonal-section 41″ blade with three narrow 9″ fullers and long flat ricasso stamped on one side with a clear crowned “S” in a shield, possibly the mark of the famed Sahagun family of Toledo blade smiths. Very good condition for its age with very light pitting on the blade. Overall length 47 ½”. This style rapier named for Field Marshal Gottfried Heinrich Graf (count) zu Pappenheim, Imperial cavalry commander of Thirty Years War fame. A gilded pappenheimer rapier was carried by Swedish King Gustavus II Adolphus when he was killed at the Battle of Lutzen in 1632 and is preserved in the Stockholm Royal Armouries. Coincidentally, Field Marshal von Pappenheim was also killed in this battle.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7,995.00
Fine Flintlock Over & Under Pistol by Tatham & Egg. SN 8670. A Fine Flintlock Over & Under Pistol by Tatham & Egg. 12 1/2&157; overall, 6 &194;&188;&157; octagonal barrels with adjustable blade fore sight and double gold line at the breach. Flat stepped bolted locks with engraved bevelled edges. Scroll engraved and signed ´Tatham & Egg´, fully water proof pans, platinum touch holes. Swan necked cocks engraved en suite, roller on frizzen springs. Double triggers, trigger guard engraved with scrolling acanthus, one piece stock with chequered butt,under barrel swivel ramrod. Circa 1813 In fine dark original condition.&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; EGG&194;&160; Joseph&194;&160;Son of Johann Jakob Egg (brother of Durs Egg) gunmaker, Huningue, Alsace, born 1775 (baptised as Jean Joseph). Gunmaker, Great Windmill Street, granted English Patent No. 2440 (Bending steel with heat) 1800. Traded as Egg & Walker, Gunmaker & Patent Spring Truss Maker, 59 Firth St., Soho, 1801. In partnership with Henry Tatham, as Tatham & Egg, 1801-14. Gunmaker, 1 Piccadilly (Corner of Piccadilly and Haymarket) 1814-1834; 28 Titchborne Street., 1832-4. Member, St. James Loyal Volunteers, 1808.&194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7995
Click and use the code 23371 to search for this item on the dealer website Fabulous Quality King George IIIrd Cased Double Barrel Sporting Gun By World Renowned Gunsmith S.Nock, Early Transitional Flintlock To Percussion
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7950
Click and use the code 22160 to search for this item on the dealer website Possibly The Finest 17th Century Silver Plug-Bayonet Sword, Scabbard & Baldric Frog Mount Outside of the Royal Collection..
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7750
Click and use the code 21774 to search for this item on the dealer website Singularly Beautiful Napoleonic Wars Presentation Quality 1796-1803 Sword
  • Nation : American
  • Local Price : 10,600.00 USD
RARE AMERICAN SILVER HILTED SMALLSWORD C.1750. This rare American sword was made by Bilious Ward of Middleton Connecticut and bears his mark on the knuckle bow terminal. Ward was born in Guilford in 1729. His mark is shown p.320, American Silversmiths, Old Silver, English, American and Foreign which is considered the standard reference for silver marks. His Father, William Ward Jr. and his son, James Ward were also silversmiths (Early Connecticut Silver, Bohan). Yale University Art Gallery has five spoons by Bilious War, 3 identified as C.1750-70 and two C.1755. New York Historical Society has a single spoon dated to 1750-70. The form of the sword is iconic. 1740s and 50s in America was the period of the Great Awakening, a time of strengthening religious values and reverting to basics. In a sense, a return to Puritanism. In American Silver Mounted Swords, 1700-1815, Peterson states “American silver hilted small swords are characterized by simple chaste lines. In Europe, most of the silver mounted smallswords of the same period were completely covered with heavily modeled or pierced decoration. In this country, however, such surface decoration was extremely rare as American craftsmen relied more upon the pure beauty of line and form to attain their artistic effect.” He illustrates and discusses 16 examples. #1-4 dated 1722-30. Three of the four incorporate traditional (European) decorative elements. #5-13 date C.1740-50 and are all of the same spartan form of this example with the iconic ringed slightly elongated pommel. In fact, the ten including this one are nearly indistinguishable but for minor details. #14-17 date C.1770-1815 and fully embrace the later European forms. Also notable is that of #5-13, eight of nine are maker marked, while none of the first four are and two of the last four are not. The blade of this example is flat, 28 5/8” in length, undecorated with a narrow fuller to the forte. Of the comparable group, seven of nine are triangular and two flat. At that time (1955) five of the nine comparable examples were in museum collections. Silver hilted swords in Colonial America were very rare and the zenith of gentlemanly style. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston reports, in a description of a sword by Jacob Hurd “Between 1730 and 1750 he (Hurd) made about ten swords, far more than his peers, most of whom made only one or two.” The 1762 inventory of silversmith John Edwards includes “One silver hilted sword at 60 pounds, 3 shillings” at a time when the per capita income in America was 15 pounds, 12 shillings. A historic Colonial American sword for which there have been no comparable examples on the market for decades.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7,450.00
Fine Pair of Flintlock Holster Pistols by Griffin & Tow. SN 8455. A Fine Pair of Flintlock Holster Pistols by Griffin and Tow. 15&157; overall, 9&157; round flat topped 22 bore barrels with London proofs & ´IG´ maker´s mark and engraved ´Griffin and Tow London´. The border engraved rounded lockplates signed ´Griffin and Tow´. Walnut full stocks with raised carved shells around tangs. Iron furniture consisting of long spur stepped buttcaps, trigger guards with acanthus finials, flat engraved sideplates, two ramrod pipes and oval escutcheons. Horn tipped ramrods, one with worm. Circa 1770-75 Good condition, one trigger guard with added screw. Joseph Griffin was turned over to his father in 1741 and was free of the Gunmakers’ Company in 1750. He was appointed Gentleman Armourer to His Majesty’s Stables-in-Ordinary in 1760 and was elected Master of the Gunmakers’ Company in 1761 and 1763. In partnership with his father until 1770 and with John Tow, 1771-82, he died in 1784 Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : 10,500.00 USD
MAGNIFICENT SWEPT HILT RAPIER AND COMPANION LEFT HAND DAGGER. Early 20th century, by Anton Konrad and built on matching 16th century blades. Faithfully replicating a very fine matched pair of German rapier and sword of about 1580-1600. Iron hits beautifully chased in high relief scrolling foliage, flowers and fruit. Fine wire wrapped grips with turban form terminals. The blades, 41” and 12 ½” respectively, each with maker's marks to each side of the ricasso and with deep fuller marked * PAR * CE * SIGNE * TU * VAINCRAS * (BY THIS SIGN YOU OVERCOME) each side. Made to the very highest standard of the period craftsmen which they emulate, this very pair has been known to fool more than one accomplished expert and surely has been sold as of the period in the past.
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 8950 Euro
Imperial Honor Guard of the city of Stasbourg sabre. Sabre is of the model made for the visit of the Emperor Napoléon 1st when passing through this city, shell guard hilt in its shiny gilding, round pommel, double twisted wire binding, leather scabbard with 3 brass gilded mounts, nice blade signed Coulaux Frères and Manufacture de Klingenthal, eagle on a globe and marked Garde d&#acute;honneur impériale de la ville de Strasbourg, one side in pristine condition and the other one the blued a little bit worn
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £7250.00
Rare and Exceptional Walch Ten Shot Revolver. Brass frame Walch Double Hammer Pocket Revolver manufactured by the New Haven Arms Company c. 1860-1862. The Walch pocket revolvers were manufactured by Oliver Winchester's New Haven Arms Co., at the same time as the famous Henry lever-action rifle. Total production was an estimated 3000 pistols of which 1500-2000 were brass frame models like this example. The revolver has a spur trigger, double hammers and unique 10-shot cylinder. The cylinder has five chambers; each of which takes a double load. The chambers are fired by ten percussion nipples. When the trigger is pulled the right hammer falls to fire the first charge followed by the left hammer which fires the second charge. The cylinder and octagon barrel have a high polish blue finish. The spur trigger and double hammers are color casehardened. The two-piece walnut grips have a piano finish. The finish on all components is the same as that found on Henry rifles. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped with the two-line legend: "WALCH. FIRE-ARMS. CO. NEW-YORK/PAT'D.FEB.8.1859.". The serial number "1420" is stamped on the left side of the frame underneath the grip and on the inside of both grips. This revolver was formerly part of the famous U.S. Cartridge Company collection assembled during the late 19th Century by A. E. Brooks. The U.S. Cartridge Co. collection number "1895" is stamped on both grips below the grip screw. The Walch Pocket Revolver is a scarce pocket pistol directly associated with Oliver Winchester and the New Haven Arms Co. Notes: The revolver retains 80% plus of the original high polish blue finish on the barrel and cylinder. Both the barrel and cylinder have small spots of finish loss and some small areas of light pitting. The hammers retain nearly all of the original case colors. The spur trigger has a silver patina. The brass frame has a very attractive, untouched, patina. The two-piece walnut grips are in excellent condition and retain at least 90% of the original piano finish with a few scattered handling marks. This is an exceptional example of a scarce brass frame Walch Ten-Shot Pocket Revolver manufactured by Oliver Winchester's New Haven Arms Company concurrently with the Henry rifle. Dimensions: Bore: Barrel Length: Overall Length:
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6,995.00
Fine Pair of Brass Mounted Flintlock Holster Pistols by Sanders. SN 8608. A brass mounted pair of Holster Pistols 14 &194;&188;&157; overall, 8&157; brass swamped 28 bore barrels signed &156;Sanders Borough London&157; with London gunmaker´s proof Brass border engraved lockplate signed &156;Sanders&157;, swan necked cocks, bridle-less pan, engraved brass mounts comprising long eared butt caps, trigger guard with acanthus finial & sideplate. Two ramrod pipes, original horn tipped ramrods, both with worm. Walnut full stocks carved around the tangs. Circa 1780 In very good original condition. Joseph Sanders, Hop Factor and Gunmaker, 131 Borough 1778-88. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : $6995.00
German Wheellock Officer’s Pistol, ca. 1630. Octagonal to round 16 ½” barrel of approximately .56 caliber, stamped with “P” maker's mark at the breech. Smooth lock plate with external wheel and beveled edges; cock with simple line engravings, still holding a period pyrite with lead packing in its jaws. Tiger- stripe fruitwood full stock with lovely rich patina, showing normal wear from age and use. Tight old stress crack from breech to lock plate screw. Steel fore end cap, ramrod thimble, trigger guard, and butt cap. Wood ramrod. Smooth uncleaned metal with slight age discoloration. Overall length 24 1/4″. Excellent example in original condition. Most of these have been shortened or restored.
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $6995.00
Fabulous Pair of Silver-Mounted Flintlock Pistols Made for an Ottoman Potentate. Featuring two-stage tapering 11 1/4″ barrels of approximately .65 caliber (some pitting); the breech inscribed ‘London’, engraved with a crescent amid stamped stars, and stamped with three rectangular trellised marks and a crowned “M” on the left side. Rounded locks in the French manner, each inscribed ‘Wilson’ in script and featuring semi-rainproof pan and roller. Figured hardwood full stocks profusely inlaid with silver wire foliate scrollwork highlighted with pins and with silver pellets surrounding each lock. Silver mounts cast and chased in relief with martial trophies and foliage; comprising side-plates, escutcheons, spurred pommels, trigger-guards (one expertly repaired), turned ramrod-pipes, and false ramrods en suite with the stocks. Turkish silver marks and tughra, probably from the reign of Mahmud II (1808-1839). Mechanically very good with strong mainsprings. Exceptional workmanship overall. Total length 17 3/4″.
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 8500 Euro
Artillery Train Imperial Guard officer sabre. Sabre follows the rules and is of gilded brass, engraved with a checkered ebony grip, blued iron scabbard with en suite engraved mounts (small repair at the tip), very nice blued and gilded double grooved blade signed Coulaux Frères Manufacture Nationale de Klingenthal
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6950
Click and use the code 22988 to search for this item on the dealer website Simply Stunning 14th to 15th Century Tachi, The Samurai ´Slung´ Sword
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6950
Click and use the code 23279 to search for this item on the dealer website Beautiful Koto Samurai Sword Circa 1500, Around 500 Years Old
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6950
Click and use the code 21703 to search for this item on the dealer website Super Shinto Samurai Sword Signed Mutsunokami Fujiwara Toshinage
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6850
Click and use the code 23649 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb Ancestral & Historical WW2 Japanese Officer´s Sword by Masahiro a Shinto period Hizen Master Smith
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6750
Scottish Highland Officer’s “Pinch of Snuff” Basket Hilted Sword. A fine and attractive Scottish Officer's “Pinch of Snuff” basket hilted broadsword dating to the  middle to third quarter periods of the 18th century. The sword is in good condition with its original grip and liner and mounted with an imposing blade of “cavalry” length. These swords were carried by Scottish officers on British Army service in Europe and in North America during the American Revolutionary War period.   The hilt design identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of Scottish military officers' swords. The complex hilt structure consists of oval shaped apertures, mounted between structural guard bars, which are infilled with an elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron of lace-like delicacy. The pommel is of typical mid 18th century British bun shape with an integral pommel button. The pommel neck sits tightly in a circle of iron into which the upper arms of the basket guard are attached. The overall effect is a very elegant hilt which occupies a distinct place in the evolution of Scottish basket hilted swords. The hilt type is similar to at least three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dated between 1757 and 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gains its name, and shows an officer in a Highland regiment, probably on service in the Americas, with the sword tucked under his arm, whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform, circa 1780, auctioned by Christies (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1) and now in the National Museums of Scotland. The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a silver hilted example with makers marks, “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014 with London hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until circa 1780. Clearly the sword type was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad. The design is similar to some of the innovative hilts that came out of the workshops of Stirling in the same period. The hilt of this sword has frontal guard loops formed in the usual manner for traditional construction of Scottish basket hilted swords of the period, forged downwards from the base of the frontal knuckle bow bar to widen apart and curl upwards to join the bases of side guard bars either side of the blade. The same feature is seen with the sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44, and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. Some of Pinch of Snuff swords were manufactured with loop guards forged as a detachable plate, usually pierced to the front with a heart and secured to the hilt by three screws. Some were manufactured with a vacant oval ring in “horseman” manner, as is the case with our sword. The exceptional blade is of cavalry length at 39.25 inches long (100 cm). Of lenticular section the gently tapering blade has a short ricasso and a broad shallow central fuller either side which begins circa 8 inches from the hilt (20 cm) and runs almost to the tip. Between the fuller and the hilt a “sun in splendour” surrounded by stars is present either side. The wooden grip is covered with shagreen and spirally bound with twisted copper wire. Decorative iron ferrules are mounted top and bottom. The hilt retains a tailor made buff leather liner with red velvet exterior. Overall the sword is 45.25 long (115 cm). The organic parts of the hilt, the grip and liner, are in fine and original condition. The sword is of robust manufacture and in fine condition overall with some parts of the hilt and blade exhibiting a minor pitting, patinated over, commensurate with age, as can be seen in the photographs.
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £6,750.00
1796 Silver Hilt Renfrewshire Yeomanry Presentation Sword. 1796 Hallmarked Silver Gilt Hilted Renfrewshire Yeomanry Presentation sword. 1796 Infantry officer&#acute;s hilt made of solid silver with gilt finish with some age wear so the silver is showing through in area&#acute;s plus super decoration and hallmarks. The blade is fully engraved to the tip with GR crown, St Andrew holding the cross, trophies of arms, standing Britannia, Winged Victory and early Renfrewshire crest all surrounded by floral decoration, note some engraving is inlayed with gilt and some is not. The presentation reads as follows: A Present From The Non “ Commiss&#acute;d Officers & Privates Of the 3rd Company Renfrewshire Yeomanry to Capt Andrew Wilson Bring An Expression Of Their Esteem & Attachment To Him For His Persevering Attention To Their Discipline & Oeconomy While They Had The Honour Of Being Commanded By Him As Their Captain 27th February 1802. It is complete with black leather scabbard with hallmarked silver mounts please note age repairs.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6650
Fine North European Military Sword “Tessak” Dating To Circa 1600. A fine North European military sword dating to circa 1600. The hilt type conforms to the general group also known as “Sinclair Sables”, with which the ill-fated Scottish mercenary expedition to Norway was equipped in 1612. Surviving swords are mounted mainly with curved, and more infrequently with straight blades, as is this piece. This is a good example, in original condition, well balanced and practical whilst aesthetically pleasing to the eye. A sword with an identical hilt is illustrated in “The Price Guide To Antique Edged Weapons”, Leslie Southwick, Antique Collectors Club, 1982, page 139, fig 374. The imposing gently tapering blade is just over 37 inches (94 cm) long and is single edged for half of its length after which it becomes double edged to its tip. The blade is of thick stiff construction capable of being used both for cutting, thrusting through mail and teasing through the joints in plate armour. On one side the worn mark of a cross in raised relief inside a panel is stamped and corresponds with the mark of Wundes Theis a German maker recorded as working in Solingen in the 16th century. The well executed and complex hilt has a broad quillon span of 9.5 inches (24 cm). The quillons are well formed of octagonal section swelling towards the ends and terminating in delicate waisted bands and large globular terminals with the surfaces filed into a complex trellis in raised relief terminating in small knops. The quillons are vertically counter-curved with the front quillon turned upwards and the rear quillon faced downwards to form a wristguard. Guard plates are attached to the quillon block either side. A thumb loop is applied to one side and the knuckle bow turns upwards from the top of the front quillon to form a scrolled terminal at the pommel. The solid pommel is mushroom shaped with a flared waisted neck below. It is skilfully incised with a seven sided floret on top and surrounded with similar raised trellis patterns in raised relief to those seen on the quillon terminals. The wooden grip retains its original shagreen cover now blackened with age. This is an interesting and rare sword which holds a place in the evolution of complex hilt design in the late 16th century. Overall length 43.25 inches (110 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6650
Scottish Basket Hilted Back Sword circa 1740. A fine and stylish Scottish basket hilted back sword dating to the second quarter of the 18th century. The sword has an imposing presence in hand and is a well balanced and robustly constructed weapon. The fully formed basket guard is manufactured with sturdy, strong, round section structural bars and well formed panels, of high quality workmanship, creating an aesthetically appealing shape with smooth contours. The front panels and side guard plates of the hilt are pierced with hearts, circles and engraved with angular border line decoration. The pommel is cone  shaped with four sets of double lines, with rows of dots imbetween, radiating from the well formed, tall and deeply waisted button on top. The three upper arms of the guard are securely tucked into a groove cut around the lower half of the pommel. The sword hilt is tight and secure. Of tapering back sword form the blade has a short ricasso. The shoulders sit in a pronounced groove cut into the underneath of the cross guard bar. A broad  fuller extends from the hilt down the middle of the blade almost to the tip,  and tapers in proportion with the blade. A deeper, narrower fuller, runs from the hilt underneath the spine and fades away circa 10 inches (26 cm) from the tip. The blade has obviously seen use on more than one occasion. Some minor nicks to the cutting edge have been filed out over time, especially towards the tip, whilst  other, presumably more recent nicks, have been left unattended, now smoothed with age. The spirally grooved baluster shaped grip is of wood and covered with shagreen bound with a flat silver band in the grooves flanked by narrower wires. The remains of a leather liner at the base of the grip is still visible. An old red woollen fringe is present between the top of the grip and the pommel  base. This is a fine quality “meaty” sword which handles well with lovely proportions and  in fine overall condition, a nice example of its time. The blade is 35.75 inches (91 cm) and overall  the sword is 42 inches long (107 cm).
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 8000 Euro
French sword for the Dragons de Caylus. Heavy sword of that rare regiment with its seldom original scabbard made of brass, on one side of the blade between fleurs de lys Dragons de Caylus and on the other side Vive Louis XV le Bien Aimé
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : 7950 Euro
Officer sabre of the Grenadiers à pied of the Imperial Guard. Amazing sabre with a burning grenade specific of this elite corps, nice engravings, checkered ebony grip, blued and gilded blade, leather scabbard with 2 de luxe mounts en suite, 95 % original gilding. Fine quality sabre made on special order
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6500
Basket Hilted Scottish Broad Sword with “S” Bar Hilt Circa 1700. A handsome and imposing Scottish basket hilted broad sword of “S” Bar form, of bold proportions, well balanced, and dating to the late 17th or early 18th century. The sword has an imposing weight with a functional and no frills finish. It is mounted with a heavy broad sword blade which has a rounded cutting tip formed in the “Celtic” manner. The sword is tight and secure when in-hand and was most likely made for, and owned by, a clan warrior of some note. The metal parts are in uncleaned patinated condition. The basket hilt is formed with rounded bars and mounted with two main frontal guard panels which are pierced with hearts and circles, and incised with lines to the borders. Between these at the front, a secondary, smaller, frontal guard panel is mounted and decorated in a similar manner, and incised with decorative grooves and lines which extend along its length. The edges of the three guard plates are finely decorated with fretted triangles and merlons. The side guards are formed with “S” shaped bars. The basket is of pleasing rounded proportions, symmetrical, undamaged, and well worked from thick metal parts. The pommel is cone-shaped with three sets of triple grooves radiating from the pommel button, similar in form to the grooves filed into the frontal guard panel. The three upper arms of the guard are securely tucked into a pronounced groove cut around the lower half of the pommel. Early “S Bar” Scottish basket hilts are not excessively rare but they do not appear for sale often compared to other types. The “S” feature when present on 18th century fully developed Scottish baskets is probably a throw back to the preceding 17th century baskets of ribbon-hilted, and other early Scottish basket forms, which were manufactured with more rudimentary “S” bars in the hilts. The cross guard bar exhibits a steep slope upwards from the front towards the scroll quillon guard. This pronounced rake indicates an early date of manufacture in the chronology of fully developed Scottish basket hilted swords. Of tapering double-edged form the blade is of fine quality manufacture. It has a double fuller each side extending from the hilt through a pronounced ricasso for 10.5 inches (27 cm) along the centre of the blade. The top fuller each side is incised with “IVRGEN AOLLICH” and “INN ARNHEM” in the fuller below, the words interspersed and flanked with patterns of dots. Beyond the fuller terminals a stamp which resembles the head and shoulders of a bishop faces towards the left on each side when the sword is held point upwards. The grip is of spirally grooved wood, covered with shagreen, lacking any binding and the hilt has a leather liner. For an almost identical hilt see Cyril Mazansky, “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, The Boydell Press, 2005 fig E6c page 92 for a hilt made by John Simpson, Armourer in Glasgow (died in 1717). The blade length is 34.5 inches (87.5 cm) and overall the sword is 40.5 inches long (103 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6500
Beaked Neb Scottish Ribbon Hilted Broad Sword. An attractive Scottish “West Highland Ribbon Hilted”, sometimes called “Beaked Neb”, broad sword dating to the middle or third quarter of the 17th century, in good original condition. These swords are usually associated with Highlanders in the Civil War, Covenanting and early Jacobite periods in Scotland. The sword has the characteristic “Beaked” hilt formed from wide flat iron bars forged together and decorated with cut grooves and lines. The basket is of sturdy construction. The arms are forged into a crescent of iron which fits into a groove extending most of the way around the pommel just below its middle. The pommel has an integrally raised button and is typically of door knob shape. The grip is formed from spirally grooved wood, now with some worm damage, and lacking its cover. The hilt also retains its leather liner. The double edged blade is of gently tapering form and of flattened lenticular section for most of its length. A short ricasso extends from the hilt with two short fullers of the same length near each blunt edge of the blade. A central shallow fuller extends for 6 inches (15 cm) from the ricasso inside which a running wolf mark is present either side. Beyond the fuller an armourers mark is stamped, more distinct on one side than the other, inside a panel in raised relief and appears to be a serpent coiled around a pole in raised relief. The blade was probably made in Passau. The overall condition of the sword is somewhat pitted all over which is usual for Ribbon Hilts with blackened age staining in patches. The only hitherto known portrait depicting such a sword is that of Lord Mungo Murray by John Michael Wright, circa 1670, and he is shown armed with a contemporary dag, dirk and long gun. His sword hilt is handsomely gilded. For a further reference work on ribbon hilt evolution see “British Basket-Hilted Swords” by Cyril Mazansky (Boydell Press 2005) pages 69 to 73. The blade is just over 32.25 inches long (82 cm). The overall length of the sword is just over 37.5 inches (95 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : 9,200.00 USD
FINE SCOTTISH BASKET HILTED BACKSWORD. Second-quarter of the 18th century. The hilt of alternate vertical and saltire form scalloped edge panels pierced with stylized hearts and enclosed by scalloped flat bars. The broad scroll forward quillon intact. Grooved conical pommel with bun form button. Fish skin (?) grip with brass band wrap and ferrules. The 30 ¼” s.e. blade stamped with the king's head mark four times each side. The marks alternation with the letter pairs AN  DR  EA  and  FE  RA  RA. Andrea Ferarra blades, of course, are the most valued on Scottish basket hilted swords.    Each side with short narrow fullers above and below the marks. Walter Allen famously made swords incorporating these elegant and imaginative elements. Swords of this quality and complexity are often described as from the “circle of Walter Allen” though it is probably more accurate to describe them as influenced or inspired by Walter Allen. They were carried by clansmen who could afford them and served in the frequent interclan battles as well as in the Scottish Rebellion of 1745 which ended tragically at the Battle of Culloden in 1746.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Basket Hilted Sword of Scottish “Glasgow” Style Probably From the Workshop of John Simpson the Younger Circa 1740. This attractive basket hilt is constructed with flattened guard bars of rectangular section decorated in typical “Glasgow” style with longitudinal flutes consisting of finely executed shallow filed grooves along the centre of each bar. The main and secondary guard panels are filed with delicate frets and merlons to the edges, incised with lines and pierced with patterns of circles and triangles. The hilt is solid without any evident repairs or breaks. The conical pommel has a pronounced button on top filed with a double groove around its circumference and is decorated with four sets of grooves  formed in a similar manner to those on the guard bars, and flanked with narrower incised lines, which radiate from the pommel button. Between these crescents have been applied in similar manner with the convex sides facing upwards. The arms of the basket fit into apronounced groove which extends for the full circumference around the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with silver ribbon. Silver ferrules with crescent shaped convex inward facing edges, decorated with raised bands and dots are mounted top and bottom of the grip. The hilt retains a leather liner. The single edged tapering blade has a pronounced fuller extending from the hilt for most of its length either side underneath the spine. Between this and the cutting edge a second wider, shallower, fuller of similar length is present. The blade length is just under 33.5 inches (85 cm) and overall length 39.5 inches (100 cm). This hilt matches a known group of contemporary and similar hilts incised with the initials of the Glasgow maker John Simpson the Younger (II) and seem to date to the later period of his work. Simpson (II) died in 1749. No initials are present on this sword but it was clearly made by one of the leading armourers in Glasgow in a similar style to Simpson (II). Similar swords signed by Simpson (II) are illustrated in Cyril Mazansky’s “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Boydell Press, 2005. For example see pages 111, fig F15, 116, fig F16a). For further examples see Bonhams Arms & Armour sale, London, 1st December 2009, Lot 415, “The Property of a Gentleman, A Rare Scottish Basket-Hilted Broadsword, the Hilt by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow”. Another similar example sold at Thomas Del Mar Ltd, London, Wednesday 7th December 2011, lot 157. This sword is published in the February 2015 Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue in a paper entitled: “Notes on the dating of early Glasgow Style Scottish Basket-Hilted Swords”.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6375
Scottish Highland Officer’s “Pinch of Snuff” Basket Hilted Sword. A fine and attractive Scottish Infantry Officer's “Pinch of Snuff” basket hilted sword dating to the  mid and third quarter periods of the 18th century. The sword is in good condition with its original grip. These swords were carried by officers in Scottish Highland Regiments on British Army service in Europe and in North America during the American Revolutionary War period. The hilt design identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of Scottish military officers' swords. The complex hilt structure consists of oval shaped apertures, mounted between structural guard bars, which are infilled with an elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron of lace-like delicacy. The pommel is of typical mid 18th century British bun shape with an integral pommel button. The pommel neck sits tightly in a circle of iron into which the upper arms of the basket guard are attached. The overall effect is an elegant hilt which occupies a distinct place in the evolution of Scottish basket hilted swords. The hilt type is similar to at least three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dated between 1757 and 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gains its name, and shows an officer in a Highland regiment, probably on service in North America, with the sword tucked under his arm, whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform, circa 1780, auctioned by Christies (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1) and now in the National Museums of Scotland. The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a silver hilted example with the makers marks, “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014 with London hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until at least the 1780’s. Clearly the sword type was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad in the post-Jacobite Rebellion era. The hilt design seems to have evolved from the innovative sword types that came out of the workshops of Stirling in the second quarter of the 18th century.  The hilt of this sword has frontal guard loops formed in the usual manner for traditional construction of Scottish basket hilted swords of the period, forged downwards from the base of the frontal knuckle bow to widen apart and curl upwards to join the bases of the structural side guard bars either side of the blade. The same feature is seen with the sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44, and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. Some Pinch of Snuff swords were manufactured with loop guards forged as a detachable plate, usually pierced to the front with a heart and secured to the hilt by three screws. Some were also manufactured with a vacant oval ring in “horseman” manner.  The single edged tapering blade of this sword has a short ricasso and a pronounced single fuller which extends from the hilt underneath the spine of the blade for three quarters of its length until it becomes double edged. The blade is of infantry length at 30.25 inches long (just under 77 cm). overall the sword is just under 36 inches long (91 cm). The wooden grip is covered with shagreen and spirally bound with different widths of twisted copper wire with decorative “Turks Heads” top and bottom.  The sword is in fine condition overall. 
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  • Seller : reachfork
This is a very nice original item. All 4 prongs are still solidly soldered on the back. Winning bidder pays shipping. Shipping USPS Priority Mail or USPS First Class Mail. It depends on the item’s size and weight. First Class Mail price includes the cost of a padded envelope. I will combine shipping for multiple item’s as long as the auctions end within three days of each other. Insurance at your request. Payment by PayPal. Payment must be received within 3 day's of auction close or item will be relisted. Non Paying Bidder Alert will be sent to Ebay, please don’t bid if you have no intention of paying. Please email any questions prior to bidding. Positive feedback will be left for you after you receive the item and leave me positive feedback. I do not use Ebay Checkout. I SHIP ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES. I DO NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY, NO EXCEPTIONS.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124960203555?hash=item1d18356323:g:XtgAAOSwB9ZhZdxF
  • Seller : tr-west
Here is an unusual Early Civil War Era Socket Bayonet measuring 21" long overall with a blade length of 19.25", 1.7/8" socket length with a inside diameter of .710".  Quadrangular blade, brown patina, with a "S" stamped on the elbow and a "W" on the opposite side, the collar ring is stamped 72 or 74.  An unusual piece that warrants further research. Looks much like the Swiss Model 1863/71 but with a smaller socket  and different markings. Socket perhaps cut at one point.   Has a aged brown patina, with wear, somewhat bent/bowed.  See photos for further details, clarification, and condition. See our other Items at TR-West.   Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224646310794?hash=item344df6ab8a:g:WLwAAOSwj79hZzYC
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U.S.N. Navy Mark 1 training bayonet B.M.Co. NORD-3066This example was produced by the Victory Plastics Division of Beckwith Manufacturing Co. in Dover, New Hampshire Garand M1, 1903,1903-A3  Blade is nice and straight.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224650699385?hash=item344e39a279:g:5Q8AAOSw6ZFhbBj4
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PLEASE READ ENTIRE SECTION BELOW BEFORE BIDDING This is an ORIGINAL WORLD WAR I FRENCH MODEL 1874 "GRAS" SABER/SWORD BAYENETTE BAYONET (Inv. no. 2201) It is about 25 1/8 inches long with an about 20 1/2-inch blade. It is marked on one side of the crosspiece with a D, a ? , a ? over a T, 92194. The top of the blade is marked MARNE DE ?remes de ST ETIENE JUILLET 1876. The bayonet is in very good to fine condition . THE RICASSSO IS MARKED H? and ? STAR, Originally made for the M1874 "GRAS" INFANTRY RIFLE. This bayonet was used from the French Indo-China War (1873-74) up to early WWI. This is outside my area of collecting and expertise and I have relied on references books and the internet. Please email any questions. Starting price is $74.95. Shipping weight is 3 pounds 2 ounces. EBAY SENDS OUT INVOICES SOON AFTER AUCTIONS END & THEY DO NOT HAVE COMBINED SHIPPING. IF YOU WANT COMBINED SHIPPING WAIT TO RECIEVE AN INVOICE FROM ME. I TRY TO DO THEM THE EVENING THE AUCTIONS END, BUT SOMETIMES I DON'T GET THEM ALL DONE UNTIL THE NEXT MORNING. IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS, I WILL UPGRADE YOUR SHIPPING BUT WILL NOT ISSUE A REFUND. . Email me for what forms of payment I accept besides Paypal. Wisconsin residents add 5% sales tax. Ship to US only. To check the status of an item that you have won go to the item’s listing on ebay. I will indicate when I receive payment, send item, etc. I will email you through ebay after I ship your item. Not responsible for uninsured items. By bidding you agree to these conditions. I ship the least expensive way (and usually the slowest), if you want it ASAP select the Priority Mail option.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/284488939550?hash=item423cdcb81e:g:3foAAOSw78JhaJtt
  • Seller : fjp999
Vintage India Calvary Saber Sword and Scabbard, 35" Long, weight 1 pound 8 ounces, see 8 pictures.Click on the picture to enlarge US Shipping is stated in the EBay Auction to you location, Delivery Confirmation or Signature Confirmation are included in the shipping price, Insurance and Packing Fee is required and in included in the shipping price.I combine shipping for multiple purchases made within a few days if it can be fitted in one box-wait for a combined invoice International buyers pay Ebay stated rate to your country-payment in US funds Only-Shipped Priority International Insured or Express International insured ONLY,NO First Class Mail. Payment due in 5 days please-Invoice send by ebay when the auction ends. US Funds Only, Paypal, or Other Forms and local pickup if you are close by. I accept returns If you leave feedback for me I will always Give Similar Return Feedback for You--Check My Great Rating on Ebay Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favorites list!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/294480241856?hash=item449063e4c0:g:tO8AAOSwVVdhcF~o
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Antique Old Italy Italian WW1 Sword Blade Antique Old Italy Italian WW1 Sword Blade Original Antique Italian WW1 Sword BladeBent a little, pictured36" total lengthThe blade is 31 7/8"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/165129314414?hash=item267279606e:g:E2kAAOSwckdhaNKe
  • Seller : rakysk
Very nice M1924 bayonet made for export. Bayonet, scabbard and frog are in great condition. More info about these bayonets can be found here:https://worldbayonets.com/Bayonet_Identification_Guide/Belgium/Belgium_2.html#:~:text=%20%20%20%20Pictures%20%28click%20to%20enlarge%29,%20%20%20%2012%20more%20rows%20Please see all pictures and contact me with any questions.Sorry, no international shipping and no returns. Thank you.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/324835006407?hash=item4ba1acd7c7:g:C8UAAOSwXoBhWOFi
  • Seller : tsgt70
German Dagger Hanger Book. Softbound version of Johnson reference book for WW2 German dagger hangers.  2nd edition, softbound. Plenty of period photos of daggers in wear.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124959215104?hash=item1d18264e00:g:fkgAAOSwM0NhbMCj
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HISTORICAL CONTEXT :The Kingdom of Prussia (in German: Königreich Preußen), is a former European state formed in 1701 and integrated in 1871 into the German Empire, of which it is the main component; it disappeared in 1918 when Germany became a republic.The kingdom of Prussia becomes a state of European rank under the reign of Frederick II (1740 - 1786), then plays an essential role from 1792 to 1815 as adversary of France (wars of the Revolution and the Empire), from 1815 in 1866 as adversary of Austria (unification of Germany excluding Austria), and in 1870-71 again as adversary of France (Franco-Prussian war).Total length : 94.5 cmLength without the scabbard : 92.4 cmBlade length : 77.9 cmHandle length : 14.5cmBlade width : 2.2cmDescription :Very beautiful Prussian officer's saber. Very nice handle with filigree and stingray skin, Emperor Wilhelm II monogram, as well as a functional keyboard called "clamshell", in the shape of the Prussian eagle. The blade is in good condition, hallmarked '' P.O. & C0 '' (marking on the heel of the blade), superb blade, straight with one edge and double gutter, a very beautiful piece in its own juice for any discerning collector!This superb piece can perfectly decorate your virtina or complete your collection of weapons dedicated to the Prusian army. It is a magnificent witness of Prussian military genius. Magnificent and rare piece, do not hesitate! ! !RARE AND 100% ORIGINAL!!!PLEASE NOTE : The piece is unique, I don't have a duplicate.CAUTION : This french sword is unique, I have no duplicate.SHIPPINGEurope : 25 eurosPoland and Bulgaria : 50 eurosCanada, U.S.A .: 100 euros (Canada), 85 euros (USA)Ne laissez pas cet objet de collection unique vous échapper, il n'y en aura pas pour tout le monde.Bonne chance !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154653238490?hash=item24020d24da:g:66IAAOSwzU1hJigZ
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Vintage WW2 WWII C Gnutti GH 3551 Bayonet & Leather Scabbard Nice Shape. Very clean condition. Blade looks great. It locks into place. Bayonet marked GH3551 on one side and C. Gnutti 1942 on the other. The leather scanbard is marked C. Gnutti 1941. The blade measures 11 3/4" long. Total length of the Bayonet is 16 1/4" long. Please review photos. No reserve, bid to win. Thanks.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124961975563?hash=item1d18506d0b:g:NQEAAOSwxuFhbwDh
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Interesting Antique Asian Islamic Persian Indian Cavalry Horse Sword Shamshir Interesting Antique Asian Islamic Persian Indian Cavalry Horse Sword Shamshir FULL LENGTH : 31.5 "  BLADE LENGTH : 26.5 "DEAR BIDDERS, SELLING OUT MY FATHER'S MILITARIA COLLECTION, ACCUMULATED OVER 25 YEARS OF COLLECTING, NO RESERVES, HIGHEST BIDDER WINS. THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK ! vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/403227337251?hash=item5de238e223:g:RLQAAOSwkfFhZkxm
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Spanish Spain Toledo WW1 Antique Dress Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Spanish Spain Toledo WW1 Antique Dress Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Original Spanish Toledo WW1 Dress Officer's Sword with ScabbardSolid, no loose parts36 1/4" total lengthThe blade is 30"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133904199968?hash=item1f2d4ff120:g:JQMAAOSw0~5haNYY
  • Seller : rajko84
This is my last one that I got.Great unissued (IMO) ww2 British no. 7 MK 1/l enfield rifle sten. It is still full of cosmoline so I do not think it was issued. It has military proof mark on the side of the bayonet handle. Hard to find piece.  I will let pictures tell the story. Great for any collection. If have any questions email me please. Check my other auctions. Payment needs to be made 3 days after the end of the auction. If there is a problem with that let me know. I did not clean this item, I left it in condition I got it. I will combine shipping. Check my gunbroker account for items that we do not sell on eBay. Thank you Regards RDEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334184056632?hash=item4dceec0738:g:w5IAAOSw8jJha1Hr
  • Seller : chagas
French Navy Kropatschek M1878 Bayonet which looks similar to Gras bayonet except doesn't have the step in the handle. Bayonet was made by Steyr which is still faintly visible on the spine. Marked with serial number on the hook and Naval anchor on the crossguard. Overall length 25.25".  Very good condition, nice shiny blade, scabbard without dents, nicely blued. Locking mechanism works perfectly, good grips with some dents and a little damage to the left one above top screw. Relatively scarce bayonet.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234246773235?hash=item368a3219f3:g:QV0AAOSwioJfJKCH
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   Original World War One German GEW 98 Rifle Butcher Blade Type Bayonet IN VERY NICE OVERALL CONDITION.  IMPERIAL PROOF MARKED AND DATED 1918. BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT BLADE. SCABBARD IS FREE OF ANY DINGS OR DENTS AND RETAINS EXCELLENT FINISH.  POMMEL HAS NOT BEEN SERIAL STAMPED TO ANY RIFLE....MAYBE YOURS?  SOLID, WELL RETAINED WALNUT GRIPS. THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION AND ALL SALES ARE FINAL. WE DO NOT SIT ON AUCTION CLOSINGS SO IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS...ASK NOW! INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS WILL NEED A USA SHIP-TO ADDRESS AS U.S. CUSTOMS PROHIBITS EXPORTATION OF BAYONETS. (CONSIGNMENT/VS)Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265368107092?hash=item3dc92bf854:g:SpAAAOSw9QVhbvzB
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Prussian M73 Saber FW HOLLER 1916 Ersatz Reverse Blade M1873 Blankwaffen Blucher Prussian M73 Saber FW HOLLER 1916 Ersatz Reverse Blade M1873 Blankwaffen Blucher Listed is a 1916 Prussian M73 Artillery Saber!What we have here is something truly special. This listed historic artillery saber is an M1873 Prussian backsword with a reverse mounted blade. This blade features heavy duty iron guard, pommel and backstrap. It has a well fitted wood grip that is bulged in the middle. The heavy iron cross guard has a hole drilled on its upper portion and 2 tangs that extend upwards on either side of the blades leather rain guard. The blade itself measures roughly 30" in length not accounting for curve and is 1.25" thick at the base with a single 5/8" fuller extending along the rear edge and coming to a point at the tip. The rear edge is flat, measuring in at over 1/4" thick at the base and has a false edge which taper begins about 5: from the blades tip. The ricasso is stamped "FW HOLLER". The back side of the base of the blade is stamped with a crown, beneath which you'll find the initial "W" and the numbers 16 indicating an inspection date of 1916. The backstrap and collar also have matching crown stamps. The blade on this artillery saber is mounted backwards, meaning if you hold the grip in the proper orientation and extended out in front of you the blade will curve down with the tip towards the ground and the sharp edge towards the face of the wielder. I see no marks or indications that the blade has been disassembled which leads me to believe it was originally assembled this way. The patina on the top nut appears to match that of the pommel and backpiece and I would say the same of the grip rivet. Few matching examples of this have been found in my research and no explanations have been given. Various forums have users believing it could be for the sake of comfortable use while on horseback, keeping the point towards to ground with the sharp edge forward and a straight wrist allowing the horse to do all the work. Other speculation point to ceremonial purposes or even just manufacturing defect but it does in fact have inspection stamps so the latter seems unlikely. This piece of history is truly something to behold. All metal sports a matching deep patina that gives an incredible look and texture to the saber. There is a small section on the collar and backstrap where you can see the original steel color. The sharp edge is in shockingly good condition though there are some dings and dents as seen in the photos. The rear edge also has dings and dents but they all add character. At the base of the blade you will find a leather rain guard that sure as heck looks original to my eyes. The wood grip has a small piece chipped off near the top and a very small crack near the base but feels very solid and has little to no play. There is some rust on the ricasso and near the top nut but it is minimal.If you have any questions or concerns regarding this listing then please do not hesitate to reach out! Furthermore, if you have any info regarding backwards mounted blades then please do send us a message!We currently have ANOTHER Prussian M73 Artillery saber with a backwards mounted blade listed here on Ebay so please check that out if you are interested! PAYMENT POLICYPayment must be made within 3 days of auction ending or a non-paying bidder case will be opened. We only accept Ebay managed payments as PayPal is no longer supported. If you are local you can view or pick the item up in person anytime from 9am-5pm PST Monday through Friday. Please ask any and all questions you may have regarding payment prior to placing a bid. Thank you. RETURN POLICY Returns will be accepted at our expense ONLY if the item was not properly described! We will not pay for your buyers remorse! Returns must be made within 30 days or we will not be able to help you. Any and all refunds will be made once the item is back in our possession and in the EXACT same condition it was when we mailed it out. Any and all returns outside of the above mentioned criteria are subject to a 20% restocking fee and will be accepted at our discretion. Please ask any and all questions related to our return policy prior to placing a bid. Thank you.  vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/353726137867?hash=item525bb8860b:g:rIoAAOSw-ZFhanDc
  • Seller : rifleparts
Don't see these around. This is an original two piece cleaning rod that is stored in the buttstock of the cavalry carbine along with the bore brush. The cavalry carbine is the carbine with the long under folding spike bayonet.  Both sections are 6 1/2 inches in length. Male and female ends screw together without any difficulty. Once put together, the soldier would screw the bore brush onto the threads of the female end resulting in an overall length of  16 3/4 inches. If you own a cavalry carbine I know that you are missing the cleaning rod. Bore brush not included in the sale showed that so you can see that the treads on the rod are good. Beware of individuals attempting to sell the longer version of this rod claiming they are for the Cavalry Carbine. They are not for the Cavalry Carbine ( not going to give these sellers free info as to what model Carcano or number of rods the longer version was issued only to say that the Model 38 is not repeat NOT a Cavalry Carbine) and will not be historically correct for that rifle. These sellers have no clue about what they are attempting to sell. The Cavalry Carbine was issued with the shorter two piece rod that I have listed.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133908880054?hash=item1f2d975ab6:g:pgMAAOSwr3phU2rm
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Description:GERMAN IMPERIAL MINE OFFICIAL SWORD.   MADE BY MOER & SPEYER BERLIN . 38 1/4 INCH OVERALL LENGTH.   33 INCH ENGRAVED BLADE.   SEVERAL SMALL DISCOLORED SPOTS ON BLADE.   INTACT HANDLE AND SCABBARD.  MINE OFFICIAL TRADEMARK ON CROSSGUARD.  SCABBARD BRASS DRAG HAS THE USUAL DOOR DINGS BUT DOES NOT AFFECT SWORD FIT.  Priority Insured $20 in U.S. Only  ALL BIDDERS ARE ASSUMED TO BE KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT ITEM BEFORE BIDDING AND ACCEPT TERMS AS STATED IN LISTING.   ITEM IS "AS IS" FOUND. NO REFUNDS OR SELLING OF PARTS AFTER BUYING.( THIS HAS BEEN TRIED BEFORE) SOLD AS SET ONLY. ALL BUYERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR BEING KNOWLEDGEABLE BEFORE BUYING What I am saying is that I have had individuals attempt to take off parts, substitute reproduction parts or no parts at all and attempt to send it back for a full or partial refund. What someone does after buying it does not concern me. It's the attempts at fraud and theft that are being addressed. THE ANSWER IS NO TO ALL CURRENT LISTING & IF IT DOESN'T SELL OFFERS OF LOWER PURCHASE PRICES. QUESTIONS AND REQUESTS RECEIVED LESS THAN 24 HOURS FROM LISTING END WILL NOT BE ANSWERED. Shipping is USPS priority insured for $20.00 to USA addresses. INCLUDES EXTRA INSURANCE We do not ship outside the USA without prior approval. Sold "AS IS" with no returns. Items shipped to United States addresses only.            Combined shipping is available.  Please contact for an invoice when you are done bidding and purchasing your items. PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS BEFORE BIDDING.   Check out my other items!   View My Other Items For Sale    Add me to your Favorite Sellers    Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/384445519411?hash=item5982bd1633:g:yNkAAMXQMXRQ8uCc
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Excellent condition original WWI Imperial German Bavarian Model 1892 artillery officer sword that has Carl Kaiser & Co. manufacturer markings on the right ricasso. 32” blade has beautiful original bright finish and was never sharpened. Still has original leather washer at the base. Both sides have sharp crisp etched panels with “IN TREUE FEST” motto. Remaining metal finish is nice original bright plated. Excellent grip with no damage. Fitted in correct original steel scabbard that has nice original blue finish with a little brown patina, no dents. A nice Bavarian sword for your collection.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/203652267396?hash=item2f6a9efd84:g:P4MAAOSw2iRhaYFf
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Historical context :The Colombian National Police, created in 1891 with only 1,000 police officers, numbered 180,000 men and women in 2008. At the start of the twenty-first century, it was heavily involved in the long Colombian armed conflict as it had previously been in La Violencia. She also fights against drug cartels.In 1900, its first organizer was a French police commissioner, Jean Marie Marcelin Gilibert. It thus subdivides into 1 metropolitan police (Bogota) 32 departmental districts united into 8 police regions, like the French police.Total length : 91.15 cmLength without the scabbard : 88.2 cmBlade length : 74 cmHandle length : 14.2cmBlade width : 1.75 cmDescription :Superb and very rare Colombian police officer's saber, old model with a straight blade. Gilded bronze handle, with floral decorations typical of Solingen, filigree, with ray skin as well as the Bolivian police coat of arms, no game. The blade is in its own juice to be cleaned, with two gutters, engraved with the etching. On the right side '' REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA '' and on the left side '' POLICIA NACIONAL '', hallmarked by '' CARL EICKHORN SOLINGEN '' with '' A SQUIRREL ''. The scabbard is single-ring, also in its own juice. Beautiful and rare piece to be absolutely grabbed!MAGNIFICENT AND RARE PIECE, IN ITS JUICE, DO NOT HESITATE! ! !BY PURCHASING THIS BEAUTIFUL AND RARE COLOMBIAN POLICE SABER, YOU WILL PROVIDE YOUR COLLECTION WITH A MAGNIFICENT HISTORICAL WITNESS OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF SOLINGEN. THE PIECE CAN EASILY DECORATE YOUR SHOWCASE WITH GERMAN SABERS AND BECOME THE MASTER PIECE! ! !PLEASE NOTE : The piece is unique, I don't have a duplicate.Conditions :I answer your questions, do not hesitate!Read the ad carefully before purchasing.Additional photos on request.No return possible.I am not responsible for postage delays and losses,that's why I offer you payment by paypal or credit card so your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal.SHIPPING : Europe : 25 eurosPoland and Bulgaria : 50 eurosChina, Canada, U.S.A. : 65 eurosDon'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/154650694449?hash=item2401e65331:g:GfkAAOSwqSxhMiWV
  • Seller : tiberius980
Lot of Five DAW Books Science Fiction Originals from the 1970s. All stated first printing. All with great cover art. Michael G. Coney, The Hero of Downways, DAW 1973. Robery Lory, Identity Seven,1974. C.J. Cherryh, Gate of Ivrel, 1977. Alan Burt Akers, Transit to Scorpio, 1972. Fred Saberhagen, Berserkers Planet, 1975. Clean, tight and unmarked. Lots of photos to show condition. Gate of Ivrel shows normal reading wear and is in very good condition; the other four are near excellent with minimal shelf wear and school stamps on the flyleaf. Shipping is by media mail. Will be shipped boxed, not in an envelope. Please see my other auctions for more vintage books. Glad to combine shipping. Thanks for your bid!!!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/384450080795?hash=item598302b01b:g:i4oAAOSwQhRhau6l
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POSSIBLE CIVIL WAR SWORD MADE SCHNITZLER A&A SOLINGEN  WITH EAGLE GUARD-HAS NO COVERSCHNITZLER IS THE MAKERA&A SOLINGEN STAMPEDABOUT: 36.5  INCHES LONG OVER-ALL LENGTHBLADE - 30 INCHES, January 26, 2018.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/174981042694?hash=item28bdaed206:g:rhAAAOSwjwhg~icG
  • Seller : sssmannn1
100% Authentic and Original Rare  franco pruss war Franch BAYONET ...NO SCABBARD!  .In VERY GOOD ANTIQUE vintage condition.Thank You.  Shipping : USA domestic............... - $24.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194452495034?hash=item2d46459aba:g:TUQAAOSwB89hcALP
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For sale is an Original Eickhorn Solingen German WWII Bayonet w/ Scabbard & Frog. Total length is 14 1/2 inches with the blade being 9 3/4 inches long. The frog is in poor condition as seen in pictures. Pictures are of the actual bayonet you are buying, please refer to pictures for details. I will ship immediately after payment is received with tracking # and fully insured. Payment must be made within 2 days of auction end.Please feel free to email me with any questions you may have.Thanks and good luck to all.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/393638235339?hash=item5ba6aacccb:g:zKYAAOSwoRZhbvv5
  • Seller : picwords
1943 MINT Wehrmacht K98 BAYONET, 43ASW/44ASW WaA519, Non-MatchingOther markings: blade 315 U (or V); scabbard  032 U (or V)Pictures say it all on this great 1943 blued Bayonet, code 'ASW' for -F.u.K. HORSTER/SOLINGEN -WaA519As used by all Heer, Luftwaffe, Police/WSS & Kriegsmarine formationsREALLY, A TIME-CAPSULE UNISSUED EXAMPLE, HERE -- FAINTEST STORAGE WEAR ONLY, IF THAT   AMAZING BLADE DOESN'T EVEN HAVE RUNNER MARKS, OR THE TYPICAL, DREADED  "MINT-EXCEPT-FOR-BLUE-GONE-FROM -THE-LAST- 4 INCHES" SYNDROMEGRIP ARE ALSO PERFECT, AND EVEN THE FLASHGUARD RETAINS 98% BLUE,  RARE TO FINDASW44 SCABBARD, FOR ITS PART, IS VERY CLEAN + NEVER SEEN A FROG- AND HOPEFULLY  NEVER WILL! IN SHORT, THIS IS A SCREAMERtiny startno reserveseven daysus onlyoffers mulled$39.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234243402257?hash=item3689feaa11:g:Fm0AAOSwE0Nhbd7H
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A very fine and rare sword for a French “Commissaire des Guerres” from the periof of the Directoire and then empire. Hilt made of silver or heavy silver plate (I do not see silver stamps but the silver is not worn). Blade etched and hilt. Total length of 35 1/10 inches (89,1 cm), blade length 28 1/4 inches (71,7 cm), blade width 4/5 inches (2,2 cm). A very rare French sword from the Napoleonic Wars! Feel free to ask any questions you may have. Shipping to anywhere in the world (from Germany).Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334183857042?hash=item4dcee8fb92:g:Q~QAAOSwyvFguiaD
  • Seller : ronweinand
From a veteran's family estate sale, here is a GERMAN WWI ARMY ENLISTED MAN'S STUDIO PHOTO POSTCARDMan is in a dress uniform with bayonet and dress knotCard is in very good to excellent condition and unusedSee my other auctions for more from this large estate and combine lots to save on shipping chargesEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313718998901?hash=item490b1c0775:g:R68AAOSwR6RhcERA
  • Seller : 85jeepcj
vv Original, Genuine Model 1905  USGI M1 Garand Rifle Bayonet with Genuine EUS Military Scabbard with flaming bomb marking Bayonet is stamped with the US bomb marking. Very Good used condition as pictured Springfield Armory Bayonet Dates 1912This is a WW1 bayonet that was modified ( Shortened) for WW2, Making it also a 2 World war bayonetWW1, WW2 , bayonets are Rare and are getting difficult to find in nice condition.  RARE DATE 1912 Modified Bayonet, Original  blade ,  No breaks of cracks in bayonet grips or scabbard.Push button working' I see no problems with Item This is a Genuine USGI Bayonet  Shipping to USA only    Please leave us feed back so we know you are happy with your purchase. .       Shipping to USA Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154658456877?hash=item24025cc52d:g:AtYAAOSwGaVeHmVe
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This auction is for a previously displayed mancave weaponry sword and metal 2 hook ring scabbard.  Etched blade [near hilt Vanguard stainless steel logo and Proven star opposite; a latin phrase; school name Hargrave Military Academy; cadets saluting and eagle plus other artistic designs].  Unknown age.  Total length  about  36 inches including 6 inch hilt.  see enhanced photo of identical item already sold. sold as is . sold similar to the one shown. $22.00 S&H (lower 48 contiguous US only) for this oversize heavier metal item shipped in priority mail triangular tube includes new 2021 priority mail  rate postage, packaging materials, USPS insurance &  tracking, and small handling fee. We do not combine S&H from different auctions as each auction item is shipped separately. Please asks questions first then bid accordingly. ThanksEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/165129533393?hash=item26727cb7d1:g:aDcAAOSwRRpgSDwb
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Great Belgian FN 49 bayonet for their semi auto rifle. It is marked SA 30 on the pommel. Blade is in very nice shape. I will let pictures tell the story. Great for any collection. If have any questions email me please. Check my other auctions. Payment needs to be made 3 days after the end of the auction. If there is a problem with that let me know. I did not clean this item, I left it in condition I got it. Check my gunbroker account for items that do not sell on eBay. I will combine shipping. Thank you Regards RDEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334183877861?hash=item4dcee94ce5:g:GDAAAOSwjgphaxcU
  • Seller : original-picker1
Antique Vintage Cast Iron and Bent Steel Rod IMPERIAL Trouser Hanger Globe Electro Plating Co. Philadelphia, PA. For Kitchen Towels, Belts, Scarves, Ties. Measures --- roughly 9-3/16” x 3” x 2-3/4”. . Please see pictures.. . ALL ITEMS ON MY SITE ARE GUARANTEE TO BE 100% VINTAGE, AND NOT REPRODUCTIONS. Please email me if you have any questions, thank you.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/393638411170?hash=item5ba6ad7ba2:g:eP4AAOSwaY9hbyH0
  • Seller : smallsword
FRANCO PRUSSIAN WAR FRENCH MODEL 1886 DATED 1872 SWORD BAYONET WITH SCABBARD MAKERS MARKED IN GREAT CONDITION. Please look at my photographs for actual item and condition . No Reserve . Please feel free to ask any questions you may have .      ALL MY PIECES ARE ESTATE UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN DESCRIPTION. UNITED STATES SHIPPING We offer combined shipping on multiple orders.  In this event, please wait to receive a combined invoice before completing payment. You may notify us via eBay message of your continued bidding to help us best assist you. We give up to 10 Days from first items ending date for combined orders, or an unpaid case will open. Once a payment is made no other orders can be combined with that order. We use the USPS shipping service through EBay so you can track your package right online. You will receive your tracking number via messages. We do offer LOCAL PICK UP INTERNATIONAL SHIPPINGPlease review the eBay Global Shipping Program before bidding. These orders will be subject to domestic shipping charges along with any taxes, tariffs or customs charges from the destination country. If you are not 100% satisfied with your item you may return within 30 days of received date. We do our best to present accurate information about every item we sell. If you have any questions please feel free to ask through message. WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND THANK YOU FOR VIEWING OUR LISTING!                                  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234234119903?hash=item36897106df:g:hBIAAOSwD9phZv4u
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