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  • 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 with Ancestral Blade
  • 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 : European
  • Local Price : $11,000 USD
Very Fine Late Medieval Knightly Arming Sword. This is a beautiful late medieval arming sword in museum quality condition. The large pommel appears to be a variant of the type V. Cross guard quillons are basically square, but the flats are concaved making it more of a 4 pointed star in cross section. The ends are convex, rounded. There are large straps-ears welded to the cross guard and riveted to either side of the tang. Everything is very tight. The blade is the stunning part of this sword. Smooth surface with very light pitting. Well defined central ridge & slightly convex blade contours. Very little metal loss to edges. Blade appears to be its full original length. Still quite sharp. Very nicely balanced. This sword is the show piece of my collection, as it would be for most. Overall length 38 5/8", blade 31 5/16" long, 1 7/8" wide. Cross guard 6 3/4" wide. Weight 2 Lbs. 4.5 oz. See more pictures at gunbroker & ebay.
  • 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 : 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 : 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 : 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 : 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 : 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 : British
  • Local Price : £6,950.00
Fine & Rare Double Barrelled Flintlock Carriage Pistol by Twigg. SN 8618. A Fine & Rare Double Barrel Carriage Pistol by Twigg&194;&160;14 1/2&157;&194;&160;overall . 9&157; round 24 bore barrels . With tower private proofs and Twigg London on rib. Engraved tang . Blade foresight. The bolted, stepped lockplate signed ´Twigg´. Walnut fullstock . Flat sided Butt. Iron trigger guard with pineapple final & ramrod pipe, horn tipped ramrod with worm Circa 1760-70 Fine early example of Twigg’s work. Good condition. See The Great British Gun Makers 1740-1790 by Neal & Black plates 125 and 126 for similar. John Fox Twigg was born at Grantham, Linconshire, in 1732 and apprenticed Edward Newton of Grantham (active 1718-1764), By 1755, Twigg working as a gunmaker from Angel Ct., Charing Cross until 1760 when he moved to 132 Strand, opposite Catherine St and continued at this address until 1776 .He moved again in 1776, this time to Piccadilly where he remained until his death in 1790. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • 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 : £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 : British
  • Local Price : £6850
Scottish Basket Hilted Sword circa 1730 to 1740. An attractive Scottish basket hilted sword dating to the period preceding the last Jacobite Rebellion which commenced in 1745 and ended with the Battle of Culloden in 1746. The sword is in fine condition and retains its scabbard. The basket guard is finely forged from rounded structural bars resulting in an elegantly contoured hilt. The two main frontal guard panels are decorated in traditional style, with vertical and horizontal parallel lines incised into the exterior surfaces towards the panel edges to form squares. Inside these squares a circle is pierced into the centre, surrounded by a pattern of four pierced hearts. A further circle is pierced in each corner. The smaller, secondary guard plates to the sides, and the similar sized central front guard plate, are finished in similar style with parallel decorative lines forming an oblong, with two circles pierced in the middle and a heart shape above and below. The dome-shaped pommel has a flat circular button on top and is decorated with three pairs of incised lines, equally spaced apart, the centre line wider than those on its flanks, which radiate from the button. The upper guard arm terminals of the basket fit into a chiselled groove which extends for the full circumference of the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip retains its original shagreen cover together with its copper wire binding. The remains of a red woollen fringe sits between the grip top and the base of the pommel. The hilt retains its full leather liner covered with red cloth on the outside and stitched with a blue silken hem, much of which remains. The single-edged tapering German-made blade is of fine quality. It has a short ricasso 1.75 inches long (4.5 cm) with a fuller towards the cutting edge which terminates where the cutting edge begins. Three further fullers extend underneath the back edge almost to the tip of the blade which becomes double edged 4 inches (10 cm) from the point where the fuller nearest the back edge terminates. Various indistinct armourers marks are present in the fullers near the hilt consisting of orb and cross marks, quatrefoils of dots and letters, possibly “ANDRIA FERARA”. The blade is 31.5 inches (80 cm) long. The scabbard is made from thick leather stitched down the middle on the inside surface. The iron chape and mouthpiece are decorated with horizontal pairs of parallel lines in similar fashion to those incised into the guard panels of the hilt. The leather is in good condition decorated with diamond patterns to the outside surface. The overall length of the sword is 36.75 inches (93.5 cm). The condition overall is good, the hilt with some minor age-related staining to the steel parts. For similar styles of hilt see “Poetry in Steel The Earliest Swords of Walter Allan of Stirling”, by the Baron of Earlshall, London Park Lane Arms Fair, page 129 to 138, Spring 2018, Apollo Publishing. There are strong resemblances between this hilt and those produced in Stirling by both John and Walter Allan during this period. See also “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Cyril Mazansky, The Boydell Press, 2005, page 115 fig F15h, for a sword in the Marischal Museum at the University of Aberdeen, and, page 106 fig F12 for a sword in a private American collection.
  • 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 : British
  • Local Price : £6750
Scottish Highland Officer’s Basket Hilted Sword of “Pinch of Snuff” type by Thomas Gill. A nice sturdy example of a Scottish Officers’ basket hilted sword of “Pinch of Snuff” type. The attractive and delicate construction of the basket guard identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of mid 18th century Scottish military officers’ swords. The complex hilt design consists of oval shaped apertures mounted between the structural guard bars which are infilled with an  elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron-work of unusual lace-like delicacy. These swords were carried by Scottish officers on British Army service in Europe and in North America during the American Revolutionary War period. The sword is similar to three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dating to 1757 to 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gained 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 auctioned by Christies in 1968 (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1). The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a London-made silver hilted example with makers marks “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014, with 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 style was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad, and resembled sword types developed in Stirling at the time on contract for the military. The “Pinch of Snuff” hilt type was manufactured with two styles of frontal guard loop. One form being a plate fashioned into loops, sometimes pierced with a heart, and secured to the front of the hilt by screws as in the manner of our sword hilt, and that featured in the Christies Glasgow portrait commented on above. In the second form the loops are integral to the hilt as in a sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44 and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. The back sword blade is 35 inches (89 cm) long, of fine robust  quality, with a pronounced fuller extending from underneath the spine to half way down the blade after which it becomes double edged. Beneath this a shallower fuller extends down the middle of the blade almost to the tip.  The “GR” cypher is present either side, between the hilt and the commencement of the fullers, and on one side, beneath the cypher the etched name “GILL”, for Thomas Gill (working in Birmingham 1774 to 1801) is present in capitals. The spine of the blade is also inscribed in capital letters with a shallow etched inscription now worn and feint with the date 178(?). This could well be the name of the maker repeated and the date of manufacture, probably of the early 1780’s, which would be consistent with the early part of Gill’s career and the end of the period of peak usage of this sword type. The pommel is cone shaped and horizontally ribbed, a type which occurs on other Scottish style hilts and seems to be a Scottish characteristic for some contemporary swords (see two  swords with this pommel type in “The Swords and the Sorrows” ref 1:21 page 32, ref 1:24 page 34 plus the silver hilt ref 1:31 page 37 in same which is similar). The pommel has a pronounced neck which sits comfortably in a ring forged around the top of the basket which is attached to the upper ends of the guard arms. The hilt retains its original spirally fluted wooden grip with its shagreen covering, silver wire binding and is mounted with a red woollen fringe. The sword is in nice condition overall commensurate with its age.
  • 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 : Spanish
  • 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 : French
  • 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
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 : £6,495.00
Volunteer Duke of Richmonds Flintlock Musket by Clark, Extremely Rare. SN 8567. An Extremely Rare Volunteer Duke of Richmonds Flintlock Musket by Clark. 58&157; overall, 42&157; round smooth bore barrel with Gunmakers Company proof marks, musket bore. Fitted with Henry Nock pattern screw-less lock. Ring neck cock, frizzen pan flash guard engraved with Crown GR, lock engraved ’Clark’. Screw-less box lock action. Walnut full stock with brass furniture comprising butt plate, trigger guard, 3 ramrod pipes, a throat pipe, fore-end cap and an oval thumb plate. No side plate, lock retained by single screw through brass washer. Steel rammer. Circa 1795. In very good condition. Provenance Corby Castle Cumbria Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • 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 : £6450
Click and use the code 22466 to search for this item on the dealer website Rare & Beautiful, Early American Dragoon Officer&#acute;s Sword of the "Legion of the United States"This is One of Those Magnificent Swords One May Only Ever See In a Museum
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Fine Scottish Basket Hilted Sword Circa 1720 to 1740. A handsome Scottish basket hilted broad sword dating to the second quarter of the 18th Century. The sword is in fine, crisp, unrestored and original condition. The hilt is of fine quality, well contoured and expertly forged from thick pieces of iron, delicately fretted and finished, and finely balanced with its broad blade. The hilt parts are secure and tight together. Overall this is an imposing weapon, of robust manufacture for a skilled user, and finished with attractive lines and pleasing curves, and was most likely made for a middle-ranking member in a Scottish Highland clan hierarchy. The front panel and side guard plates of the basket guard are pierced with hearts, circles and engraved with angular border line decoration, and finely cut with fretted edges. An oval ring is built into the front of the hilt in place of one of the two frontal square guard plates more usually found in the design of early Scottish basket hilts. The hilt retains its wristguard. The pommel is cone-shaped with three sets of triple lines radiating from the tang button on top, the central groove being wider than those on its flanks in each case. The three upper arms of the guard are securely tucked into a groove chiselled around the lower half of the pommel. The broad double-edged blade is of lenticular section, tapers to its rounded tip and has a short ricasso. A double fuller extends for 7.5 inches (19 cm) along the blade from the hilt on each side with four letters in each and punched circles. Lines are incised imbetween and either side of the fullers which extend from the hilt and terminate in a cruciform design a short distance beyond the ends of the fullers. The original grip is of wood, spirally grooved, with the remains of its original shagreen covering still attached and with its original leather liner at the base. In general, the sword is in lovely original condition with speckled age blackening in parts. The overall length is 39 inches (99 cm) and the blade is 33 inches long (just under 84 cm).
  • 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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WWII Eickhorn German Field Sword With Scabbard Wrangle Pattern Sword. Overall good condition. Barn found and unrestored/untouched. Some paint on Scabbard is worn. Blade and scabbard is straight. Handle is in good condition, please see pictures and let me know if you have any questions. If shipping is more then expected we will refund the difference. Thank you! Measures about 37” with scabbardEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194249178973?hash=item2d3a273f5d:g:yxkAAOSwx~tg9v9K
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This is an excellent example of what I believe to be a Prussian Sword, I think the Prussian M-1873 Artillery sword.The blade measures approx. 30" long and it looks like it has been aresnal sharpened.It is 1905 dated.The guard and the scabbard match;the scabbard is in decent condition, except for some areas of heavy pitting  which are shown.***If I can not ship due to the current situation,I will offer a full refund.***************We will ship this item within the USA only****************. Payment must be received within 3 days of invoice.On Apr-19-21 at 07:37:38 PDT, seller added the following information:Note*** The baynonet fits very, very tightly in the scabbard and it has to be put in the same way it was pulled out.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/184948852220?hash=item2b0fcf85fc:g:y2YAAOSwAEdg8yrB
  • Seller : milstuff22
VINTAGE WWII TURKISH MAUSER M1935 BAYONET THAT HAS NO SCABBARD AND WAS USED FOR WWII. BAYONET HAS NO SCABBARD AND MEASURES 14 7/8" LONG WITH A9 7/8" BLADE. HAS ASFA MARKING WITH #0290. BUTTON WORKS. JUST FOUND THIS ONE UNDER A PILE OF STUFF. THIS IS A NICE SOLID EXAMPLE. CHECK OUT THE OTHER TURKISH MILITARY ITEMS WE ARE SELLING. EMAIL OR CALL 637223300WITH ANY QUESTIONS. SHIPPING WILL BE $12.99. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/353586063686?hash=item52535f2946:g:ENAAAOSwdYJg-b7h
  • Seller : milstuff22
MILITARY SURPLUS GERMAN WWI LAST DITCH BAYONET THAT WAS MODIFIED FORTHE TURKISH MAUSER. BAYONET IS 14 3/4" LONG WITH A 10" BLADE. BAYONET HASNO SERIAL NUMBER AND IS ALL STEEL AND IS A DECENT EXAMPLE. BLADE IS SOLID. CHECK OUT THE OTHER BAYONETS AND MILITARY ITEMS WE ARE SELLING. EMAIL OR CALL 6317223300FOR ANY QUESTIONS. SHIPPING WILL BE $12.99. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/373657583987?hash=item56ffba4173:g:lZkAAOSwrIpg-cAy
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OFFERED FOR SALE IS AN ANTIQUE ALEXANDER COPPEL SOLINGER SWORD WITH SCABBARD. THE SWORD IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, BUT THE SCABBARD SHOWS AGE WEAR, DENTS, FINISH WEAR ETC. I DONT KNOW THE EXACT AGE OF THE SWORD BUT ALEXANDER COPPEL MADE SWORDS FROM 1871-1945. THE SWORD BLADE MEASURES 35" LONG AND THE SWORD AND SCABBARD IS 42" OVERALL. I DONT KNOW IF IT WAS IN USED IN WW1 OR WW2, THEREFORE I AM SELLING IT AS IS! AS FOUND! SEE PICTURES! THANKS FOR LOOKING! ALL REASONABLE OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124817673241?hash=item1d0fb68c19:g:0wwAAOSwf4Zg9f1y
  • Seller : lock-stock-and-barrel
Items: Cutlass Sword Country: United States / US / Union Army Era: Civil War Sword Manufacturer: Ames Manufacturing Company / Chicopee / Mass Sword Model: M1860 / Model 1860 Cutlass Scabbard Y/N: No Scabbard Manufacturer: None Scabbard Model: None Markings: U.S.N. / D.R. / 1862 / Made by Ames Mfg. Co. / Chicopee / Mass / 24M / 77 Blade Length: Approximately 26" Sword OAL: Approximately 32"Originality: Original                                                                                Condition: The sword is in fair condition considering its age. Grip is in poor shape, it is dried out and there are major cracks on both sides. It has a couple really worn areas and the finish is pretty much gone. The pommel and guard are in good shape, but slightly tarnished and some minor dings and light rust. There is some verdigris on the pommel too. Blade has a few small nicks and very minor amount of rust, but no pitting on the blade's edge. There are also scratches on each side of the sword. Finish on the blade is slightly worn. Tip looks sharp. There are markings on both sides of the blade and on the inside of the guard.  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/313602137833?hash=item490424dee9:g:8e0AAOSway5g-IB0
  • Seller : generallee292
CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS SWORD SCABBARD W/ ENGRAVINGS -FOUND ROULETTE FARM -ANTIETAM - FARM IS BESIDE THE FAMOUS  SUNKEN ROAD KNOWN AS BLOODY LANE IN THE CENTER OF THE ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD - SCABBARD MEASURES 21 1/4" LONG - HAS TWO BRASS HANGER RING - THE SCABBARD HAS A NUMBER OF ENGRAVED PATTERNS AROUND THE HANGER BANDS AND FROG STUD - SEE PHOTOS - ON THE AFTERNOON OF SEPT 17TH - 1862 THE ROULETTE FARM BECAME THE CENTER OF ATTENTION FOR BOTH ARMIES - AFTER THE HEAVY FIGHTING AROUND THE WEST WOODS - DUNKER CHURCH AND IN THE CORNFIELD HAD PRODUCED NO RESULTS FOR EITHER ARMY - THE UNION STARTED TO MOVE FORCES FORWARD IN THE CENTER THROUGH A FIELD OF CORN ON THE ROULETTE FARM TOWARD A SUNKEN ROAD USED TO HAUL FARM GOODS TO MARKET- THE ANCIENT PATH PROVIDED COVER FOR CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS WAITING FOR THE UNION IRISH BRIGADE AND OTHERS TO CLOSE TO POINT BLANK TARGET - THE UNION SOLDIERS HAD NO IDEA WHAT WAS AHEAD BECAUSE OF THE TALL CORN - THEY SUFFERED VERY HEAVY CASUALTIES IN REPEATED FRONTAL ATTACKS - THE FARM AND IT'S BUILDINGS WERE ALSO USED AS A FIELD HOSPITAL - EARLY AFTER THE BATTLE KEEPSAKE - SEE PHOTOS FOR MORE DETAILS - GREAT COLLECTIBLEEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/384288314075?hash=item59795e52db:g:2jIAAOSwrwlg-Eln
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A very fine gilt steel hilted English smallsword as made in India, probably Moghul, territories from ca. the middle of the 18th century (ca. 1740-1760s). Handle with silver wire wrap, the blade with the typical Toledo marks and inscription “ISIC” and of “colimarche” type. Total length of 40 ½ inches (102 cm), blade length 33 inches (84 cm), blade width 1 1/10 inches (2,8 cm).   A very rare type of smallsword. Great quality! Feel free to ask any questions you may have. Shipping to anywhere in the world (from Germany).Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334087123925?hash=item4dc924f3d5:g:Ic8AAOSwakBguihK
  • Seller : military*antiques*toronto
WW2 British 1943 Dated Cut Down 1907 Bayonet Fighting KnifeEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224542766935?hash=item3447cab757:g:aIUAAOSwRTFg-G9p
  • Seller : jeniaevgueni
Historical context :Victoria married her cousin Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in 1840. Her reign of 63 years and seven months is the second longest in the history of the United Kingdom after that of Elizabeth II. Known as the Victorian Era, it marks a period of profound social, economic and technological change in the United Kingdom and a rapid expansion of the British Empire. She was the last British monarch of the House of Hanover who had ruled the British Isles since 1714, as her son and heir, Edward VII, belonged to her father's line, the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.Total length : 100 cmLength without the scabbard : 98 cmBlade length : 82.3 cmHandle length : 13.6cmBlade width : 2.6 cmDescription :Superb saber from the Victorian era. The handle is very strong with a decorated guard. The blade is in good condition and has many engravings: there is the presence of the monogram of Queen Victoria '' VR '' (1876-1901). As well as the coat of arms of the British Empire. On the other side: the British crown as well as the inscriptions '' ENSIGN FAWCETT, 49 TH NID '' around the design of a cavalry type horn. Manufacturer's marking '' ROBINSON MAKER BIRMINGHAM ''. The scabbard is in good condition with double rings. The saber is in its own juice, sold as is.This is a beautiful original English saber and in good condition, very unusual and 100% original. Do not hesitate to acquire this superb piece, which can easily decorate your virtin of British colonial bladed weapons. Exceptional saber, 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/154539091367?hash=item23fb3f65a7:g:eckAAOSwv4BgtMai
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New Old Stock Vintage Collins Legitimus 26" inch long blade 31" overal Sword Machete w/ Black Finish. Condition is "Used" Blade has Legitimus Collins Co Stamped into the blade opposite of the sticker. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124820377081?hash=item1d0fdfcdf9:g:w3cAAOSwCbdg0818
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Vintage Old Blade Parts Part for Masonic Fraternal Sword Vintage Old Blade Parts Part for Masonic Fraternal Sword  Vintage Blade for Masonic SwordTank is damaged, pictured vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224544182916?hash=item3447e05284:g:-UQAAOSw9kBg-hSX
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WWII SWEDISH MAUSER BAYONET - 8.5" BLADE. WW2. Very nice. With frog and sheath! All original.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164972499195?hash=item26692090fb:g:QYMAAOSw41Bg75yd
  • Seller : doodlebugpatch39
CUSTOM HANDMADE DAMASCUS STEEL SWORD W/LEATHER  SHEATH - 23" LONG - DOUBLED SHARP BLADE 17" - YELLOW MICARTA HANDLE - PREOWNED - NEVER USED - ESTATE ITEM - COLLECTION*EXCELLENT PRE-OWNED - KNIFE/SWORD NEVER USED -MINT*Yellow Micarta Handle -  Original Leather Sheath *Next Day Mail - USPS Priority -  Combined Shipping Offered - Insured Please contact me with  any questions before biddingEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334085076988?hash=item4dc905b7fc:g:h0AAAOSwRURg-Ioj
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TL:94 cmSWORD:91 cmBLADE: 77,5 cmLATE 19TH CENTURYGILT-BRASS HILT WITH LION HEAD POMMELMOTHER OF PEARL PLAQUE GRIPS (NO CRACKS)INITIALS FJI (FRANZ JOSEPH I) AND LATIN MOTTO VIRIBUS UNITISTHE BLACK LEATHER SCABBARD WITH THREE GILT-BRASS FITTINGSSCABBARD IS NOT FRAGILE OR BROKENIf you have any questions please contact me. Thank youEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/124819938740?hash=item1d0fd91db4:g:f~cAAOSwkj1g-Gl3
  • Seller : onekindantiques
This U.S. Army Combat Badge/Patch is sewn on a dark brown velvet type cloth.  The ensignia musket is sewn on a blue velvet bar with silver thread surrounded by silver thread.  The musket is representative of the 1795 Springfield Arsenal Musket.  The oak surrounding the musket symbolizes steady fastness, strength and loyalty.  The patch measures approx 3 1/4 X 1 1/2".  All items are sold as is.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265237590539?hash=item3dc164720b:g:kb4AAOSwSUBg9ZxM
  • Seller : brandon094
59 Inch CURLY MAPLE Muzzleloader STOCK BLANK Flintlock Rifle Gun Parts. This has a 13/16 BBL 40" (I would say) channel. This is most likely supposed to be finished into a Kentucky loader but I suppose you can do so some things to this stock. I wetted down the stock in the last pic to show the curls. The curls look good. Currently has a +/- 14" LOP. There isn't any cracks or splits I can see in the important areas. Shipping is going to be on the expensive side due to the length, if it ends up being a lot I will refund the difference because I like to keep shipping costs fair. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/174852617450?hash=item28b60734ea:g:TEoAAOSw-tJg-YLK
  • Seller : brandyann
Greek made M1 Garand bayonet , Light patched of old pitting on the blade see photos. Complete with the scabbard. Cost of postage in the USA is $14.50 priority mail insured.Do not bid if you are under 18 years of age.We ship in and to the USA only.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334089879755?hash=item4dc94f00cb:g:908AAOSwjhJg5fUE
  • Seller : gallowglass
This is an extremely handsome throat and drag for a brass mounted leather scabbard for an eagle head or similar saber, circa 1810. They both have additional lines of engraving decorating them. They are in very good shape. The throat is 3 1/8 inches long, and 1 9/16 inches wide, and would take a thickness of 5/8 of an inch. The drag is 3 inches long, 1 5/16 inches wide, and about the same depth. They are absolutely original.If things are not as I describe them to be, you may return them for a full refund, including postage.Please note: We will ship the sword as carefully and inexpensively as we can. If we charge you over what it actually costs us, then we will issue you a refund for the difference.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/304081171879?hash=item46cca675a7:g:2mQAAOSwaGpg~dzh
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ANTIQUE 1800’s  FRENCH ARMY BAYONET WITH BRASS HANDLE Many people like to receive their items in as-is condition and then they can choose what they wish to do to it, so - No attempt to clean, alter or refurbish in any way, cleaning if desired left for the new owner. Offered for your consideration is an ANTIQUE 1800’s  FRENCH ARMY BAYONET WITH BRASS HANDLE Actual blade length is about 22 5/8” Total length is 27 1/2” Brass handle is good and the release works freely. Total Length in Scabbard is about 28 1/8” Blade is slightly bent at end Blade has small nicks and pits Number on bayonet is X 71373 Number on scabbard is H3651 There is also H10 on scabbard. Please use the pictures as the description. We accept PayPal and do not ship internationally. If you have any questions please email me with enough time to send you an answer. Item usually shipped within one business day after payment is received. Thanks to my customers for their positive feedback. Please make sure to include; the support is valued, important and is very appreciated.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265242135234?hash=item3dc1a9cac2:g:Md8AAOSwui5g~YKQ
  • Seller : bellmil
                                 U S MODEL 1833  ARTILLERY SWORD BELT & PLATE    A VERY SCARCE BELT & PLATE SET DESIGNED FOR SERGEANTS OF ARTILLERY (INFANTRY &  CAVALRY USED VERY SIMILAR PLATES).  FIRST ISSUED ABOUT 1833 AND USED UNTIL ABOUT 1865.  TWO CAST BRASS CIRCULAR DEVICES SHOWING AN EAGLE ON ONE HALF & CROSSED CANNON/US ON OTHER DISC.  COMES WITH ORIGINAL WHITE BUFF LEATHER BELT.  A RARELY OFFERED ITEM!                                                              ***********************    BELLINGER'S MILITARY INTIQUES HAS BEEN SELLING ANTIQUE MILITARIA FOR OVER 35 YEARS. I GUARANTEE ITEMS TO BE AUTHENTIC TO PERIOD & DESCRIBED TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY.  MY SPECIALTY IS AMER. CIVIL WAR, BUT I HAVE ITEMS FROM REV. WAR - WW II IN MY CATALOG.   PLEASE PHONE ME AT 770/992-5574 (BETWEEN 10:00AM - 11:00PM, ET) WITH ANY QUES. ABOUT ABOVE ITEMS OR ANY ITEM IN MY CATALOG.  TO PURCHASER:  DO NOT USE PAY PAL AMTS. AS THEY DO INCLUDE INS.  I WILL CALCULATE ACTUAL AMT. FROM USPS STE & NOTIFY PURCHASER.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334087730602?hash=item4dc92e35aa:g:Z4UAAOSw9s5eZAwH
  • Seller : brandon094
Argentine 1909 Mauser Carbine Stock Sporter. This stock is in good shape still for its age. Sadly it was a 1909 Carbine that was sporterized. The swivel on the left side stock was removed, and the sling bar on the bottom grip was removed and filled in. Overall this stock is really nice, beautiful grain. I'm sure maybe this could be used to splice together a front end to this stock. Number on the side just by the recoil lug reads C1848 I believe, a little hard to read. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/174852644801?hash=item28b6079fc1:g:W6kAAOSweS1g-YoD
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Antique Old 19 Century US Civil War C. Roby NCO Sword Antique Old 19 Century US Civil War C. Roby NCO Sword Original Antique US Civil War C. Roby NCO SwordNo scabbardThe blade is slightly bendModified hilt38 1/4" 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/133826918295?hash=item1f28b4b797:g:4DoAAOSwCtZg-ifL
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1822 Patton English Artillery Officers Sword. Made 1890s makers mark Wilksons Sword, Issue to J.Danels officer of the 77th Battery. QOA, KOA medal list Cap Colony, Orange State, Transvaal. Service 1898 to 1903. The blade is sharp and in good condition. Scabb is missing leather feral the rest in good condition. handle grip sting ray leather very good condition will slight staining miss a sliver wire braidEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265238052220?hash=item3dc16b7d7c:g:JFUAAOSwa6Rg-DzJ
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For Auction is a bayonet that will fit a Model of 1917 Rifle or a British Enfield rifle (Pattern of 1914).This is an overall solid bayonet with some minor issues;  There is some pitting on the metal (see pics),  the tip may have been reground (?), and there are no visible markings on the blade.  That being said, I am not sure weather this is a P13 bayonet made for the British P14 Enfield in WW1 or an early M1917 bayonet since it does not have a clearing hole in the pommel.  In either case, it was most likely made by Remington in the US.It does fit on my Model of 1917 (see pic).  The grips are nice, as is the scabbard.  I am not sure whether this scabbard is original, but have a feeling it is a reproduction.  There are no markings on the scabbard.  I have therefore priced the package accordingly.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334088800008?hash=item4dc93e8708:g:v9oAAOSw0eFg~JoE
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Very nice Portuguese bayonet. Very nice blade with some light bluing and a small area of staining on the left side of the blade. MRD is .595" with an 11.1" blade. serial number on the pommel with a very nice scabbard.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154544430830?hash=item23fb90deee:g:oF8AAOSwWF9g~bs3
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1800's Sword engraved golden blade stamped Made In Italy Rubber handle for left and/or right hand Condition is "Used". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/363479382177?hash=item54a10f38a1:g:UngAAOSwydpg0-Pp
  • Seller : milstuff22
MILITARY SURPLUS GERMAN WWI ERFURT MAUSER BAYONET THAT WAS MODIFIED FORTHE TURKISH MAUSER. BAYONET IS 14 1/2" LONG WITH A 9 7/8" BLADE. BAYONET HASNO SERIAL #. HAS WOOD HANDLES THAT ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THE BLADE ISMARKED ERFURT WITH A CROWN HALLMARK ABOVE ERFURT. HAS SOME MINOR PITTING ON TIP. CHECK OUT THE OTHER BAYONETS AND MILITARY ITEMS WE ARE SELLING. EMAIL OR CALL 6317223300FOR ANY QUESTIONS. SHIPPING WILL BE $12.99.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/353586074946?hash=item52535f5542:g:LIQAAOSwVgJg-cES
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Rare WW2 US M1943 Bayonet OL Oneida Limited 1943 w Scabbard #970. A very rare, WW2 US, M1943 bayonet with scabbard by OL, Oneida limited 1943 Dated! The 1942 ONEIDA limited bayo Was a rare and low quantity bayonet but in 1943, even less were made making this 1943 dated example very desirable! The blade rates excellent showing some very slight wear and tiny pitting near the tip. The blade measures 16 inches long. The hilt rates excellent with slight wear. The push-button lock functions properly. The US M3 scabbard rates excellent plus. Overall, a very rare and desirable, M1943 OL bayonet for your collection!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/184964118594?hash=item2b10b87842:g:hdQAAOSwj11g~dhT
  • Seller : alismith1195812
This original 1st edition volume of McClellans Manual of Bayonet Exercise was printed in 1852.  It is identified to 1st Lt. Sylvanus A. Fay of 85th Regt. NY Inf. Vols.Fay's signature and date of 1862 are on the front fly leaf.  Book came with a piece of paper containing some brief information about him.  Book is in very nice condition with some smudging on pages from handling and wear but no missing pages or plates.  Spine and binding are nice and tight.  See photos for best idea of item and condition.  Questions welcomed.I ship within 24 hrs. of receipt of payment. Payment is due within 2 days of the close of the auction.Thank you for viewing my listing.  Please see my other items.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164973228929?hash=item26692bb381:g:O3IAAOSwsZJbPR4Z
  • Seller : military*antiques*toronto
British Victorian Lee Enfield Pattern 1888 Mk2 Bayonet without ScabbardEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/363479055867?hash=item54a10a3dfb:g:wLEAAOSw6HVg-xaO
  • Seller : lock-stock-and-barrel
Items: Light Cavalry Sword / Sabre & ScabbardCountry: United States / US / Union Army Era: Civil War Sword Manufacturer: Ames Manufacturing Company / Cabotville / Mass Sword Model: M1860 / Model 1860 Light Cavalry Scabbard Y/N: YesScabbard Manufacturer: UnbrandedScabbard Model:  M1860Markings: Sword - Ames Manufacturing Company / Cabotville / Mass / US / J.F. (Equipment Inspector) / 1865 / H (on the guard): Scabbard - None (or possibly under rust?) Blade Length: Approximately 35"Sword OAL: Approximately 41.5"Originality: Original                                                                                Condition: The sword is in good condition considering its age. Grip, pommel and guard are all in good shape, but slightly tarnished and some minor dings and light rust. There are a few small nicks and very minor amount of rust, but no pitting on the blade's edge. There are also scratches on each side of the sword. Finish mostly looks good overall on the blade and tip looks sharp. There are markings on both sides of the blade and on right side of guard.  Scabbard is in poor condition showing signs of heavy wear. There is a small ding towards the bottom, lots of rust and pitting showing. Everything is held together tightly. Rings rotate freely. There are no markings that we can see. Please see our photographs for a better understanding of the contents and its condition. 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/384272066201?hash=item5978666699:g:hEoAAOSwoJRg-IJH
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