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  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £9,450.00
Volunteer Baker Flintlock Rifle by I. Gill, fine. SN 9021. A Fine Volunteer Baker Flintlock Rifle by I. Gill. 46&157; overall, 30&157; 16 bore 7 groove twist barrel stamped with Tower Private and Ordnance proofs at breech and&194;&160; blade fore sight, block for bayonet on the underside of muzzle, leaf rear sights, one fixed and two hinged, the hinged leaves with V’s to top and sighting holes at a lower level, flat bevelled lock border line engraved, with stepped tail signed ’I. GILL’ and Crown G.R. cypher, semi waterproof pan, roller to frizzen, a ring neck cock, detented action. Regulation brass mounted, figured, full walnut stock without slit for ramrod, with raised cheek rest, small brass patch box lid, the wrist escutcheon engraved ’T. W. W. IIII’, sling swivels and iron ramrod. Circa 1802&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; This is a superior example with a fine stock, barrel&194;&160; rebrowned. Bore good with seven grooves making one turn in 30&157;. (standard Baker is 1/4 turn in 30&157;.). Made to be used with a socket bayonet. Provenance: This rifle was produced for a volunteer rifle company by John Gill of Birmingham who took over the family business from his father Thomas Gill in mid-1801. A quantity of these Baker rifles were sold at Sotheby’s many years back and spread over a number of sales. There were two different grades, the superior grade such as this example had fast twist rifling, detented actions and superior sights. The standard grade had normal Baker rifling, standard sight and actions, all were marked "T. W. W" and a number. Apparently a quantity had been brought into Sotheby’s by a couple who had bought a large country house and found a rack of these rifles in one of the outhouses.&194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £9450
Click and use the code 25215 to search for this item on the dealer website Stunning and Impressively Powerful Koto Katana, Circa 1500. With All Original Edo Period Koshirae Mountings. A Fabulous Sword of Likely a Seieibushi {the Highest Ranked Elite Samurai} Traditionally the Highest Rank of Elite Samurai
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8995
Click and use the code 24421 to search for this item on the dealer website Original, Rare, 4th Century, Original Roman Legionary´s Sword. An Amazing & Rare Historical Sword of The Roman Empire
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : £8995
Click and use the code 24623 to search for this item on the dealer website Exceptional 1700 to 1600 Year Old Spartha Sword of A Warrior of the Roman Empire´s Invasions by the Huns and Visigoths. A Hun or Visigoth Horseman´s Sword Spartha With Its Lifstein, the Magical Life-Stone, and Original Crossguard
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8950
Click and use the code 22607 to search for this item on the dealer website Exceptionally Beautiful Gold Hilted Sword With &#acute;Laminated Damascus&#acute; Pattern Steel Blade. A Sword of Highest Museum Quality. An Indian Prince´s Tulwar, Accompanied With His Oriental Annual 1838
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £8750
Click and use the code 21721 to search for this item on the dealer website Simply Wonderful 16th Century Koto Era Katana, Museum Quality Mounting, With Shakudo & Pure Gold Decorated Menuki of Takeda Shingen in Armour With His Tiger&#acute;s Tail Saya Mounted Sword & War Bow
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8,750.00
Officer´s or Coaching Flintlock Pistols by W. Parker, cased pair. SN 9096. An Unusual Cased Pair of Officer´s or Coaching Flintlock Pistols by W. Parker of London. 18 &194;&190;&157; overall, 13&157; 10 bore round sighted Damascus barrels engraved ’London’ along the top flat, London proofs, plain tangs with back sight. Stepped flat locks with hound´s tooth engraved board line, engraved ´W. Parker´, swan necked cocks, spoon shaped pans. Figured full stocks with flattened rounded butts, brass trigger guards bow engraved with flower head, with acorn finials brass ramrod pipes. ´S´ shaped side plate scroll shaped escutcheon, original horn tipped ramrods both with a worm. In a contemporary, possibly their original relined, mahogany case with accessories comprising two way brass and copper powder flask, loading rod with jag, steel 12 bore bullet mould and oil bottle. With original W. Parker label. The exterior of the lid with brass flush fitting carrying handle. Circa 1790.&194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160;&194;&160; A very unusual pair of pistols, probably officers pistols, but may have been coaching pistols land used with shot, in used condition, the case relined some time ago and the label refitted. William Parker worked at 233 High Holborn, 1793-1841; 10 Chamber Street 1839 - 41. Gunmaker to the Duke of Kent, Prince Edward and William IV. He held contracts to ordnance, East India Company and The Hudson’s Bay Company. Supplied arms to the London Police from 1803 and Metropolitan Police from 1829. Died aged 68 in 1841. Succeeded by Park Field and Sons.&194;&160;&194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £8750
Click and use the code 24044 to search for this item on the dealer website What an An Exceptional Katana, And a Great Privilege to Own, A Sword Bearing the Name of Bizen Osafune Ju Yokoyama Sukenaga with a Breathtakingly Beautiful Choji Midare Hamon
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £8,750.00
Six Ringed 17th Century Rapier. Six Ringed Rapier early 17th century rapier with long tapering blade of flattened diamond section, the hilt with deep cup like guard of six slender rings, the bottom of which filled with a double shell each half embossed pierced and incised with scallop, slender recurved quillons and knuckle guard. Faceted ovoidal pommel overall length 140cm the blade 112cm Original sold by Christies London in 1983 For reference please see Rapiers by Eric Valentine item no 16
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £8750
Click and use the code 23998 to search for this item on the dealer website Fine Shinto Samurai Katana Signed By Mino Swordsmith, Nodagoro Fujiwara Kanesada Circa 1720 Around 300 Years Old, With a Horai-zu Style Tsuba
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : £8,650.00
German Cup Hilt Rapier c 1620. Cup Hilt Rapier c 1620 possibly German or Swiss, highly decorative chiselled pommel. The D guard leading down to form the cross guard which has inset stones, sweeping langets finish with large flower buds and curved sections to support the excellent cup guard with pieced and chiselled designs. The blade double edged with central fuller engraved with imperial orb and maker mark IOHANES WVNDES “ Johannes Wundes 1560 “ 1620 please note the engraving is worn but letters can be made out. Overall length 102cm the blade 92cm
  • 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 : -
  • 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) on 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 : British
  • Local Price : £7995
Click and use the code 22370 to search for this item on the dealer website Original, Incredibly Rare ´Damascus´ Presentation Sword, Presented to the German Fuhrer of 1898, An Imperial German, Damascus Steel, Blue & Gilt, Presentation Fuhrer´s Sword. Set With Genuine Rubies and Silver Crossed Cannon
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7995
Click and use the code 23230 to search for this item on the dealer website Circa 600 ad Middle Ages Sword Blade, Re-Hilted Around 1000 Years Ago At The Time of the Norman Invasion in 1066
  • 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 : Japanese
  • Local Price : £7995
Click and use the code 24820 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb Shinto Period Samurai Katana By Bizen Osafune Sukesada, Named By The Swordsmith, Likely For its Original Samurai Owner
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : £7950
Click and use the code 22160 to search for this item on the dealer website Possibly The Finest 17th Century Silver Sword Cum Plug-Bayonet, Complete With It&#acute;s Original Scabbard & Belt Mount, Outside of the Royal Collection..
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : £7,950.00
Pair of flintlock Pistols by Winckhler – Munich c 1700. Three stage barrels octagonal then round with muzzle rings blued and rifled cal 13mm. Brass outlined master&#acute;s mark appears above each powder chamber in the form of a standing lion below W between the signature Hanns Winchhler. Curved locks the floral engraved domed lock plates with masks. Adjustable back triggers one spring tired lightly carved walnut stocks with dark horn fore-end caps plus open iron work decoration on the side plates complete with ramrods with horn tips overall length of each pistol 53.5cm. Hans Winckhler is known in Munich between 1680 and 1710. Early pair of pistols in beautiful condition.
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £7950
Click and use the code 21795 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful & Captivating Ancient Samurai Sword of the Nambokochu Era Circa 1370
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : £7750
Click and use the code 21774 to search for this item on the dealer website Singularly Beautiful Napoleonic Wars, The Peninsular Campaign, & The War of 100 Days Culminating at Quatre Bras & Waterloo, A Presentation Quality 1796-1803 Sword 15th Hussars
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : £7500
Fine German Swept Hilt Rapier dating to circa 1600. A fine, imposing and attractive German Swept Hilt Rapier dating to circa 1600. The rapier is a nicely balanced and well forged weapon in original condition with a consistent smooth grey mottled patination all over having never been invasively cleaned. The hilt type is illustrated in many portraits of late 16th / early 17th century date located across Europe including England, Scandinavia and the German States. This indicates that the swept hilt rapier was very popular amongst the social elites in countries across the region at the time. The rapier retains its full length 46.5 inch (118 cm) imposing blade. The overall length is 52.5 inches (133.5 cm). The complex hilt is an elegant example of the armourers' craft formed with attractive flowing curved bars of rounded octagonal section.  The hilt is built around the strong quillon block which has short downwardly pointing langets which lie either side of the ricasso. Two straight quillons extend from the block, filed with decorative ribs at the join, and swell gently towards their terminals. To the front the knuckle bow curves upwards to the pommel and has a similarly swollen terminal. Beneath the block two outwardly curved symmetrical finger, or pas d' ane rings, extend downwards and terminate in square pads at the end of the ricasso. The outer guard consists of three ring guards and the inner guard of two circles joined by curved bars.  These features on each side are supported by subsidiary bars which converge on the pas d’ane ring terminal pads which are engraved with cross-hatching on the outside. The hilt is further strengthened by two upper side guard bars, which are forged onto the outer edges of the outer and inner guard assemblies, and curve upwards to join the bow just above half way. The multifaceted ovoid pommel has an integral waisted button on top and a  grooved flared neck beneath. The original spirally grooved wooden grip tapers slightly towards the pommel and is of oval cross section, laterally bound with thin twisted steel wire, which is further bound with contra-twisted wire ropes depressed into the grooves with the ends secured underneath “Turks Heads” mounted top and bottom woven from  steel rope. The gently tapering blade is of fine quality. It is of stiff section intended primarily for thrusting and secondly for cutting. The thickened ricasso has a deep central groove extending from the hilt to the pas d'ane ring terminals on each side. Beyond these the blade broadens with a short external extension of the ricasso, after which a deep central fuller extends along each side for 17.5 inches (44.5 cm).  The fullers are stamped with indistinct bladesmith’s identity  letters and marks inside. Beyond the fuller terminals a mark resembling an anchor is stamped on each side after which the blade is of flattened diamond section to its tip. A small patch of minor old pitting is present on one of the secondary guard bars attached to the knucklebow as can be seen in the images. Otherwise the rapier is in fine condition. For more information regarding other examples and locations of rapiers, and depictions of rapiers, of this type, see A.V.B. Norman, “The Rapier and Small-Sword 1460-1820”, Arms & Armour Press, 1980, pp. 120 to 140.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7500
Late 17th Century Scottish Basket Hilted Sword in the “Glasgow” Style. A late 17th century Scottish Basket Hilted sword. The hilt is of fine quality workmanship and mounted with a broad single edged blade.  The structural bars of the guard are of thick flattened rectangular section. These are decorated on the outside with broad filed longitudinal grooves along the middle with narrower incised lines on either side in what has become known to historians as the distinctive “Glasgow Style” of hilt decoration. The sword has a consistent dark russet patination across its parts. This style was developed by sword makers in Glasgow in the second half of the 17th century and flourished until the third quarter of the 18th century. The style was adopted by the most skilled smiths in other sword making centres in Scotland and was also copied by the British military for some of its own basket hilted swords made in the Scottish style in the mid-18th century. Filing and incising the bars in this manner was a time consuming and skilled task demanding many hours of work and reserved only for the best and most expensive hilts. The primary guard panels at the front of this sword are decorated with a pierced seven pointed star at the centre, surrounded by pierced triangles enhanced with circle shapes at the sides and circles in the corners. The narrower side guard panels and the knucklebow are pierced with similar shapes. The main guard panels are filed in “Glasgow” style at the sides. The side guards are filed the same across the top and bottom and the knucklebow across the base. These three secondary panels are enhanced with vertical lines. All five of the primary and secondary guard plates are fretted at the edges with cusps and merlons. The side panels have structural solid merlons mounted at the base with the flattened ends filed with cusps and pierced with flanged hearts. The forward loop guards are decorated in the “Glasgow” manner, and underneath, the cross bar is enhanced with a cut loop which surrounds the groove made to accommodate the blade into the hilt. The sloping rear quillon is decorated with a cross. The upper surface of the rear quillon has a piece of metal attached to the bar by two rivets. The rear quillon of early basket hilts like this one was not mounted with a scrolled wrist guard which is a later feature in basket hilt development. It seems that in the later working life of the sword an attempt was made to attach a wrist guard to the hilt which was only partially successful having been broken off at some point leaving the riveted stump behind. The basket has been intentionally forged to appear slightly asymmetrical when viewed from the front and back, with the basket appearing swollen more to the right compared to the left, indicating that the hilt was made for a right hand user. The swollen side of the hilt accommodates the fingers of the right hand whereas the opposite side needs only to accommodate the thumb which takes up less space inside the hilt. The dome shaped pommel has a ribbed button on top from which three sets of triple grooves radiate to the edge in the same “Glasgow” manner. The spaces between are cut with similar grooves in crescent shapes. The guard arm terminals tuck securely into a groove cut around the lower part of the pommel in the Scottish style. The associated grip is formed with a spirally grooved wooden core, is covered with shagreen, bound with flattened silver wire and is mounted on a thick leather liner. The tapering single edged blade is 31.75 inches long (81 cm) and just under 1.75 inches (just over 4.25 cm) wide at the ricasso which is 1.25 inches long (just over 3 cm) and has fullers on each side just inside from the edges. It was most likely made in Solingen in Germany. From the end of the ricasso a shallow central fuller extends for 8 inches (20 cm) flanked by narrower well defined grooves. The middle fuller on both sides is stamped with the blade smith’s mark of “ANDRIA FERARA” spaced by quatrefoils of dots. Beyond the end of the fullers on each side is an incised orb and cross mark which retains some of the original copper inlay on one side. It shows evidence of a lot of use and sharpening on the cutting edge. The blade was originally double edged and broader than it is now at around 2 inches (5 cm) wide at the hilt. It dates to the mid to late 17th century.  It was intentionally ground down all along one side during its working life to create a back edge by removing around half an inch of blade width at the ricasso and a proportionate amount down to the tip. The three fullers are now not running along the middle as would be usual with a broad sword blade of this type, but instead are nearer to the regressed back edge than the cutting edge as a result of the modification. The groove underneath the hilt designed to accommodate and secure the ricasso has vacant space at the back edge which previously would have been occupied by the blade width now shaved away. During the early 18th century “back sword”, or single edged, blades became increasingly common. They were less expensive to make than double edged blades and became fashionable for both clan, civilian and military markets in Scotland. The blade may have been slimmed to suit the new fashion. But it is  more likely  that the sword was damaged and refurbished at  some time which involved smoothing deep nicks out of the front of the blade, which absorbs most contact when in use, to create a back edge, then reversing the blade in the hilt. The altered blade gives a slightly unbalanced profile in that the blade front edge now appears to be positioned more forward towards the loop guards than is usual for the profile of a basket hilted sword mounted with an unaltered broad sword blade. There is a repair to the top of one of the guard bars at the pommel which may have been carried out at the same time. Swords with amended blades of this type, with similar profiles, are not unusual judging by the number that have survived. The famous portrait of Lord George Murray,  Prince’s Charles’s Lieutenant General in the Jacobite Army in the 1745 Rebellion, seems to show Murray armed with a sword mounted with a similarly altered blade, as can be seen by the position of the fullers relative to the cutting edge. See the photos below. The overall length of the sword is 37.5 inches (just over 95 cm). For swords with similar hilts see Cyril Mazansky, “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Boydell Press, 2005, particularly some illustrated in pages 107 to 126.
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £7500.00
Superb Cased Pair of Pistols by Grierson. A Superb Pair of Cased 28 Bore Flintlock Pistols by Grierson of London. With browned sighted octagonal barrels, both engraved ‘GUN MAKER to his MAJESTY' decorated with a geometric band towards the breech and fitted with platinum plugs, tangs engraved with stands of arms and foliage and incorporating standing rear-sights, stepped bevelled locks, signed ‘GRIERSON LONDON' fitted with sliding safety catches and decorated with stands of arms at the tail, highly figured full-stocks cut with chequering at the grips, engraved steel mounts, comprising border engraved trigger guards with stands of arms on the bows and pineapple finials, plain turned ramrod pipes with what appear to be original horn tipped ramrods: in a lined and fitted case with all of their accessories including three-way powder flask, bullet mould, loading rod, flints and a key to the box, the exterior of the lid with a flush fitting carrying handle, with 'S' in black paint on the escutcheon. Notes: These pistols are in superb original condition, I have not encountered many flintlock pistols in this condition. These pistols were sold at Sothebys in London 8th December 1988. The sale label accompanies the pistols. (Lot 347). Grierson, Charles. Former workman of John Manton, gunmaker (Successor to John Tow) 10 New Bond Street., 1793-1841. Gunmaker to George III. Howard L. Blackmore (1986) Gunmakers Of London, 1350-1850. George Shumway Publisher. USA. Dimensions: Bore: 28 Bore Barrel Length: 5 Inches (12.70 cm) Overall Length: 9.5 Inches (24.13 cm)
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £7450
Click and use the code 23673 to search for this item on the dealer website Ancient Koto Period Samurai Sword, Almost 600 Years old, From The Sengoku Jidai. A Handachi Mounted Katana, With Beautiful Deep Red Ishime Urushi Lacquer Saya, & Hammered Silver Onlaid Mounts
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £7450
Click and use the code 24472 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb 15th Century, Ancient, Signed Samurai Sword, From the Famous Sukesada Line of Early Samurai Sword Smiths
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £7450
Click and use the code 24723 to search for this item on the dealer website Beautiful Ancient Samurai Long Sword, A Koto Period Katana Around 500 Years Old Sengoku Period With All Original Edo Period Mounts & Fittings
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : £7350
Click and use the code 24093 to search for this item on the dealer website Beautiful, Inscribed, Elizabethan Tudor & Renaissance Nobleman&#acute;s Rapier 16th Century, Circa 1570
  • Nation : Dutch
  • Local Price : £7250
Click and use the code 19598 to search for this item on the dealer website Amazing Samurai Sword Katana. Signed, Hizen kuni Dewa no kami Yukihiro Circa 1670 Made For the Nabeshima Clan
  • Nation : Spanish
  • Local Price : 9,100.00 USD
SPANISH CUP HILT RAPIER C.1650. This fine rapier is distinguished by retaining a considerable original gold overlay. It gives us a glimpse of what most fine weapons would have looked like when they were being used. While most rapiers survive in the white, with bare iron surfaces, each had a surface treatment when produced. Many were blued or browned (russet) but a considerable proportion were gold or silver overlaid which served to protect the hilt as well as enhance them aesthetically. This example is of further interest as it represents the cup-hilt rapier in its most highly developed form, with long elegant thrusting blade and robust grip for the gloved fencer's hand. 44" length blade.
  • Nation : Indian
  • Local Price : £9¸000
Beautiful Antique Silver Indo-Persian Rulers Sword. Beautiful Antique Silver Indo-Persian Rulers Sword\"This is a long curved¸ early antique Mughal Blade and is very rare. It is almost last 17th and early 18th century old sword and belongs to North India (at that time). The Hilt of this sword is called kuftgari hilt and is Silver.
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : 7000€
"Landsknecht" dagger from the 16th century. The dagger features a double-edged blade and iron quillons adorned with silver fittings at their ends. Its elongated pommel, also crafted from iron, is embellished with silver fittings, mirroring the handle wrapped in silver wire. Pricing is negotiable, and worldwide shipping is available. Feel free to reach out to me anytime if you're interested.
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