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  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : 9.900 euro
A very fine antique English Rapier. circa 1640, length 126 cm, in very good condition. Price 9.900 euro
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £8750
Click and use the code 23114 to search for this item on the dealer website Very Long Ancient Koto Samurai Odachi Great Sword 14th Cent. Genko War Era
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8750
Fine Early 18th century Highland Scottish Dirk. A fine quality and robust 18th century Highland Scottish dirk dating to circa 1715, made with a bog oak grip, brass mounts and a cut down back sword blade. The tapering blade has a single fuller is marked with a running fox on one side probably indicating Shotley Bridge as the place of manufacture. An excellent example of a first quarter 18th century Scottish Highland weapon in fine condition. The grip has a rich, deep reddish coloured patina and is carved with an early form of grip decoration consisting of four columns of reeded interlaced Celtic ropework rather than bands. The underside of the pommel is engraved with a foliate pattern of arches. The brass pommel cap is engraved with two concentric circles inside which a six point floret radiates from the centre, a pattern which often appears on other traditional contemporary Highland Scottish craft items such as powder horns and targes. The threaded tang is secured by a thick square shaped nut with beveled edges above which a small amount of tang protrudes. The dirk has a typical brass crescent shaped ferrule applied to the base of the grip into which the shoulders of the blade sit secured by two brass pins either side, one now missing. Two strips of brass protect the haunches of the grip base, a thinner one on the cutting edge blade side and a wider one on the back edge haunch. The brass parts display a dull aged patination. Provenance: The dirk is published in “The Price Guide to Antique Edged Weapons” by Leslie Southwick, Antique Collectors Club, 1982, page 206, item 603. The overall length is 20.5 inches (52 cm) and the blade 16 inches (40.5 cm).  The blade of this dirk is particularly long compared to contemporary dirks. This may be a reaction to the Disarming Acts introduced to the Scottish Highlands after the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion which forbade the carrying and use of swords by Highlanders in many areas. Although seemingly largely ignored at the time, the Acts not being so fiercely imposed as after the failure of the 1745 Rebellion, in the areas where they were enforced, particularly in the towns and boroughs visited by Highlanders, the creation of a longer dirk may have increased its defensive qualities as a primary  rather than a secondary weapon, where the carrying of a sword was not possible. Shotley Bridge became an important blademaking centre from 1691 on wards after it was founded by a group of immigrant blade smiths from Solingen and continued to produce blades until the 19th century through the Napoleonic War period. It is feasible that due to its location in the north east of England and near the Scottish border, that Shotley Bridge provided blades for some traditional Scottish sword makers.   
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8750
Highland Scottish Dirk circa 1725. A fine and sturdy 18th century Highland Scottish dirk dating to circa 1725, made with a bog oak grip, brass mounts and a cut down back sword blade. A fine example of this traditional Scottish Highland weapon dating to the period between the 1715 and 1745 Jacobite Rebellions. The grip has a rich, deep, dark patina and is carved with patterns of reeded interlaced Celtic ropework, consisting of two bands at the middle section and knot work panels between the haunches. The underside of the pommel is decorated with a foliate pattern of arches. The brass pommel cap is engraved with two concentric circles between which a delicate pattern of infilled crescents has been engraved. A similar pattern often appears on other traditional contemporary Highland Scottish craft items such as powder horns and targes. The tang is secured by a thick square shaped threaded brass nut with beveled edges above which a small amount of threaded tang protrudes. The dirk has a typical brass crescent shaped ferrule applied to the base of the grip into which the ricasso shoulders of the blade sit secured by brass pins either side. Two strips of brass are mounted to protect the haunches of the grip base, a thinner one fitted onto the cutting edge blade side (now mostly broken away) and a wider one fitted onto the back edge haunch secured by a pin.  The brass parts display a dull aged patination. The blade is fashioned from a cut down back sword blade of Solingen manufacture. A double fuller runs from the hilt underneath the blunt back edge. One fuller on each side is marked “ANDRIA” and the others “FARARA” flanked by incised crosses. The overall length is 17.5 inches (44.5 cm) and the blade is 13 inches (33 cm) long.
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : 9,750 euro
A very nice pair 18th century antique Czech Flintlock Pistols by Franz Poltz in Carlsbad (Karlova Vary) caliber 13 mm. length 34 cm, in near mint condition. Price 9,750 euro
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8500
Scottish Basket Hilted Sword of “Glasgow” Style circa 1715. This sword is mounted with an elegant and finely contoured basket hilt constructed with flattened structural guard bars of rectangular section decorated in typical “Glasgow” style with shallow flutes flanked by incised lines. 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 conical pommel has a pronounced button on top filed with a double groove around its circumference and is decorated with three sets of grooves formed in a similar manner to those on the guard bars which radiate from the button. Between these crescents have been applied in similar manner with the convex sides facing towards the button. The arms of the basket fit into a 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 finely twisted copper wire with “Turks Heads” applied top and bottom. The single edged tapering blade has a pronounced ricasso extending for just over an inch from the hilt. A groove is incised near the front blunt edge on each side. Underneath the back edge a pronounced fuller extends from the hilt to terminate 8 inches (20 cm) from the tip after which the blade is double-edged. A second fuller commences 8 inches (20 cm) from the hilt and runs under the first to terminate nearer to the blade tip. Between the ricasso and the commencement of the second fuller a panel of scrolling foliage has been applied each side with the name “Andrea Farara” applied underneath. The blade length is just under 34.5 inches (87.5 cm) and the overall length of the sword is 39.5 inches (just over 100 cm). The Glasgow style of hilt decoration is distinctive and fully represents the highest quality output of the Glasgow armourers in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. Whilst the style of hilt was produced by a number of armourers, those that signed their work exhibited some elements of style unique to themselves. This sword hilt, although not marked with a maker’s initials, is almost identical in form to one produced by Thomas Gemmill, housed in the National Museums of Scotland and illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks” by John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 30 and in “British Basket Hilted Swords” by Cyril Mazansky, Boydell Press, 2005, page 119, figs F16d(TG). The similarity lies in the pronounced slope to the cross bar which rises upwards from the front to the wristguard. Both hilts are asymmetrical from the front allowing more space for the fingers of the right hand to grip the hilt. The width of bars is similar as is the attractive overall hilt profile. Each sword is mounted with a single-edged blade of similar width and length. Each sword is also a horsemans’ sword with an oval ring inset into the hilt. These marked similarities indicate that the hilt was probably made by Thomas Gemmill. Thomas Gemmill started work just after 1700 and was appointed King’s Armourer in Glasgow on 18th January 1718. Another similar hilt signed by Gemmill is illustrated on page 117 of Mazansky.
  • Nation : Chinese
  • Local Price : £8450
Click and use the code 22897 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb ´Yasukuni Shrine´ Sword Tachi Signed Ikeda Yasumitsu,
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £8450
Scottish Basket Hilted Broad Sword Dating to circa 1730. An attractive, fine quality and robust example of an early 18th century Highland Scottish basket hilted broad sword. The sword is an elegant example mounted with an “ANDREA FERARA” blade and was produced in the period prior to the last Jacobite Rebellion in 1745. The well proportioned basket guard is forged from thick rounded structural iron bars resulting in a powerful hilt, finely contoured, made by an experienced smith, familiar with producing high quality work from this unforgiving material. The two main frontal guard panels are decorated in typical style, with longitudinal lines incised into the exterior surfaces towards the panel edges. Each has a saltire cut into the centre, surrounded by a pattern of pierced circles and triangles. The edges of the panels are boldly and symmetrically fretted with merlons, arches and grooves, applied in a deliberate, precise and artisan-like manner. The smaller, secondary guard plates to the sides, together with the similarly sized centre front guard plate, are finished in a similar manner. The dome-shaped pommel has a similarly contoured button on top, filed with a middle groove, and is decorated with four equally spaced wide, deep grooves which radiate from the pommel button, each flanked with narrower incised lines. The upper guard arm terminals of the basket fit into a pronounced chiselled groove which extends for the full circumference of the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with age blackened silver ribbon and retains the remains of a woolen fringe at the top. The hilt retains a liner made of red cloth to the outside stitched onto a leather lining on the inside with the remains of a blue silken hem stitched to the edge. The German (most likely made in Solingen) double-edged “broad-sword” blade is of fine quality and gently tapers to its tip. It has a pronounced ricasso extending for a short distance from the hilt with short fullers near the square-sectioned edges, after which the blade is sharp on both sides. A pronounced double fuller extends from a short distance from the hilt down the centre of the blade for 8 inches (20 cm) after which the blade is of smooth lenticular section to its tip. On each side, each fuller, is boldly marked with the name ANDREA FERARA, the words separated by dot and crescent marks and flanked by crosses. A short distance beyond the termination of the fullers a bold running wolf mark is carved on each face. For a similar style hilt, probably from the same workshop, see fig F5c page 102 in “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Cyril Mazansky, The Boydell Press, 2005, for a sword in Blair Castle in Perthshire. Provenance: Arnold Rothschild Collection, Baltimore. The sword retains its brass collection inventory tag number 14 and chain. The overall length of the sword is 39.5 inches (99 cm) and the blade 33 inches (84 cm).
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 9.500 euro.
A scarce French Military Antique Flintlock Rifle from the Gardes du Corps de Monsieur. Model 1816, caliber 17 mm, length 142 cm, in nearly mint condition. Price 9.500,- euro.
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : 9.500 euro.
A very nice Antique 16th Century German Katzbalger Landsknecht Sword. length 73 cm , in very good condition. Price 9.500,- euro.
  • 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 : £7,995.00
Fine Flintlock Over & Under Pistol by Tatham & Egg. SN 8670. A Fine Flintlock Over & Under Pistol by Tatham & Egg. 12 1/2&157; overall, 6 &194;&188;&157; octagonal barrels with adjustable blade fore sight and double gold line at the breach. Flat stepped bolted locks with engraved bevelled edges. Scroll engraved and signed ´Tatham & Egg´, fully water proof pans, platinum touch holes. Swan necked cocks engraved en suite, roller on frizzen springs. Double triggers, trigger guard engraved with scrolling acanthus, one piece stock with chequered butt,under barrel swivel ramrod. Circa 1813 In fine dark original condition.&194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160;&194;&160; EGG&194;&160; Joseph&194;&160;Son of Johann Jakob Egg (brother of Durs Egg) gunmaker, Huningue, Alsace, born 1775 (baptised as Jean Joseph). Gunmaker, Great Windmill Street, granted English Patent No. 2440 (Bending steel with heat) 1800. Traded as Egg & Walker, Gunmaker & Patent Spring Truss Maker, 59 Firth St., Soho, 1801. In partnership with Henry Tatham, as Tatham & Egg, 1801-14. Gunmaker, 1 Piccadilly (Corner of Piccadilly and Haymarket) 1814-1834; 28 Titchborne Street., 1832-4. Member, St. James Loyal Volunteers, 1808.&194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : American
  • Local Price : $7995.00
Confederate Foot Officer’s Sword. Unmarked example showing many of the features common to genuine Confederate made swords. It generally follows the design of the US M1850 Foot Officer's sword with a cast brass single branch guard (no slot for sword knot) and simple acanthus design. Plain Phrygian pommel and quillon; leather wrapped grip (no wire) with slanted grooves going the opposite direction of US models. Slightly curved unmarked plain 30″ blade with a single unstopped fuller. Blade slightly uneven, having been sharpened; showing pitting overall and several shallow edge nicks. Original iron scabbard of typical Confederate construction with soldered brass mounts and crude soldered lapped seam; the brass mounts plain and crudely cast; iron with corrosion, heaviest near the drag. It is likely that this sword was made by either Nashville Plow Works or L. Haiman & Bro. and is a very scarce example.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7,995.00
Tuscan Miquelet Lock Sporting Gun. SN X1692. A Tuscan Miquelet Lock Sporting Gun, 64&157; long overall with 49&157; 13 bore barrel, swamped at the muzzle, with a silver bead foresight. Three stage barrel, round to octagonal, inlaid with ten silver bands with gold makers marks of Leoni of Pistoia, Tuscany. Top flat engraved ´G.P.I.P´ and a monogram with a crown. Miquelet lock with, flat lockplate, tail formed as a monster’s head chiselled in high relief. Frizzen en suite. The cock inhabited with masks and a cherub. Walnut half stock with wooden trigger guard with silver strap, fluted butt with silver nailed on buttplate, silver sideplate. Barrel retained by silver band. Silver sling swivels and original horn tip ramrod with worm in silver ramrod pipe. A very attractive and high quality gun in good condition. Circa 1760. Cristiano Leoni, Pistoia, c. 1750"e;75. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • 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 22370 to search for this item on the dealer website The Original ´Damascus´ Presentation Sword, Presented to the German Fuhrer
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : 9.000 euro.
A very nice antique 16th Century German Swept Hilted Rapier. on the blade "JOHANNES", length 110 cm, in very good condition. Price 9.000,- euro.
  • 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 Sword Plug-Bayonet & Baldrick Frog
  • 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 : 8900 Euro
Imperial Napoleonic Guard Grenadier à Cheval sabre. Sabre of that legendarious corps, hilt has VERSAILLES marks and several controllers stamps, doubel wire binding partially complete, never opened, V mark on the pommel, scabbard of the 3d type with 2 windows, small piece leather missing, bald has its controllers marks and the marking Mfture Imple du Klingenthal, Coulaux Fres, some pittings around the tip, those sabres saw hard use and are never in perfect condition.
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : 8.800 euro
A fine antique 18th Century Silver Mounted Italian over and under DB Flintlock Sporting Gun by Lambonardi a Gardone Val Trompia. caliber 15 mm smooth, length 124 cm, in very good condition. Price 8.800 euro
  • 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 : German
  • Local Price : 8.500 euro
A fine pair antique German Flintlock Sporting Guns by C.Joseph Frey in München. circa 1750, caliber 16 mm, length 144 cm, in very good condition. Price 8.500 euro
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 8500 Euro
High officer of the Grenadier à  pied of the Royal Guard sabre. Sabre is in superb condition, in its complete gilding and after a model created by Boutet and reintroduced by Manceaux, after liquidation of the Boutet factory under the 2d Restoration, leather scabbard(damaged) signed Manceaux à  Paris, wonderful blued and gilded blade engraved VIVE LE ROI and with Royal coat of arms, signed Coulaux Frères, Manufacture Royale de Klingenthal
  • 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 : American
  • Local Price : £7450
Click and use the code 21556 to search for this item on the dealer website Magnificent Sword For a Marshal or General Of Napoleon´s Ist Empire
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : £7,450.00
WW2 Nazi German Luftwaffe General’s ‘Flieger- Generalsdegen’ 2nd Model Officer’s Sword By Eickhorn, Solingen With Etched Blade ‘Der Oberbefehlshaber Der Luftwaffe Herman Goring’ With Goring Signature General’s Cord Port. This is a near mint, rare, original WW2 period German Nazi Luftwaffe General’s 2nd Model Officer’s Sword. These swords were 1st commissioned by Hermann Goring the Commander in Chief of the Luftwaffe and examples of 2nd Model General’s sword were seen as early as 1937 (see page 194 of Swords Of Germany By Angolia where a 2nd Model example by Eickhorn identical to our piece is illustrated). Our example has the correct orange hue celluloid handle with tight wire binding and gold coloured hilt fittings with correct folding clamshells on the obverse and reverse. The larger clamshell has the correct silvered cast Luftwaffe Eagle which retains much of its original silver finish. The sword measures 37 ¾” overall and the ricasso of its superb, clean, 31 ¼” single edged, slim, fullered blade is stamped with the Eickchorn Original Solingen makers name and squirrel trademark. It is beautifully etched on both sides with scrollwork panels and central raised blued panels with gold plated inscriptions, one side ‘Der Oberbefehlshaber Der Luftwaffe Herman Goring’ (The Commander In Chief With The Name In Correct Facsimile Goring Signature), the other side ‘In Dankbarer Anerkennung’ (In Grateful Recognition). The blade is fitted with original leather hilt washer & original General’s bullion cord and portepee (the cord has areas fraying consistent with age and service use). The sword is complete with its original black leather scabbard with correct brass throat mount and chape. The throat mount has the correct fixed hanging bar. All leather and stitching of the scabbard are intact. Price for this near mint Nazi Officer’s sword with General’s cord, portepee and scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 13536
  • 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 : 8000 Euro
BOUTET à Versailles flintlock officer pistol. Iron mounted quality pistol, engravings on the sideplate and signed on the lockplate Manufacture à Versailles, remnants of blue on the rilfled octogonal barrel signed Boutet Directeur Artiste Manufacture à Versailles, checkered grip, Consulate period
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : $6995.00
German Wheellock Hunting Rifle, Last Quarter 17th C. Heavy blued rifled octagonal barrel of approximately 9mm bore, expanding toward the muzzle, with adjustable dovetailed brass front sight and notched rear sight, the base of which is decorated with a Landsknecht warrior with shield. Flat lock plate with internal wheel, finely etched with acanthus and a mounted hunter firing at running deer; sliding pan cover with decorative finial. Cock engraved as a monster head. Fruitwood full stock with patchbox, the sliding cover inlaid with bone finely engraved with a stag and classical designs. Horn butt plate pinned to the stock with bone pins and framed with carved dentil molding on the stock. Numerous bone inlays engraved with hunting dogs, game, and classical decorations. Wood ramrod with engraved bone tip fitting inside bone ramrod thimbles engraved with acanthus. Undecorated iron trigger guard; the trigger fitted inside a bone plate. Shows genuine use and age, but complete and very good condition overall. Total length 43 3/4″ and weighing a hefty 9 pounds 14 ounces.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6,995.00
Brass Mounted Pair of Holster Pistols. SN 8608. A brass mounted pair of Holster Pistols 14 &194;&188;&157; overall, 8&157; brass swamped 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 : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6975
Click and use the code 21795 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful Ancient Samurai Sword of the Nambokochu Era Circa 1370
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  • Seller : kievrus
         Please read the entire description before placing your bid!This is a part of Russian Imperial NCO sword (shpaga) mostly used by clerks employed by government and court officers in XIX century till beginning of XX century.  Gold plated.          We will gladly combine lots to save on postage. If you consider your transaction with me a positive experience I would appreciate your feedback and will gladly reciprocate. We will only post feedback for buyers who have posted feedback for us. Please do not ask for feedback before transaction is completed. Shipping to countries such as the former Soviet Republics, France, China, Germany and Italy by Parcel service with tracking number or by Registered mail only! Absolutely no First class mail due to the high value of lost mail!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Part-of-Russian-sword-with-Imperial-eagle-NCO-shpaga-Russia/293749455781?hash=item4464d4fba5:g:y4MAAOSwhTBbJZKu
  • Seller : silverapple
NAVY CUTLASS SWORD AMES 1860 MODEL. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Ames serial number on hilt # 24,450. Authentic late production, one of 25,000 cutlass made for navy during civil war era. Condition is excellent with a few blemishes. Grip intact missing wire. No production marks on blade.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/NAVY-CUTLASS-SWORD-AMES-1860-MODEL/203114866072?hash=item2f4a96e598:g:xaIAAOSw7kRfPnNR
  • Seller : trajan
Large  heavy spear or lance butt Nicely decorated..good looking piece Rusted overall thank you more pieces listed shortly. please watch for many vintage and nice items to appear in the next few weeks.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-India-persian-indopersian-lance-or-spear-butt-not-tulwar-sword/254731711863?hash=item3b4f317577:g:rScAAOSwECxe-3Wn
  • Seller : austin1100
A superb, example of one of the rarest British production WW1 Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonets, being one of those made by Vickers Ltd., and with only 10,000 manufactured, as compared to the 2,360,000 Pattern 1907s made by Wilkinson, Vickers Pattern 1907 bayonets by far the rarest, with this example of the Vickers Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonet being in mint unissued condition.A well known USA Militaria Dealer sold, what appears to be a very average condition Vickers Pattern 1907 Bayonet, which in their words, they described as “ Original item. Only one available. This is Really, really RARE, like hens teeth, as they say ! “.  It was priced at $495, and is marked as SOLD.So for a very average example priced and sold for $495, what price an extremely rare mint example in unissued condition ? Of the original 10,000 Pattern 1907 bayonets manufactured by Vickers, only a very minimal number survive today in their original mint unissued condition, this example being one of those very rare bayonets. Vickers Ltd., were mainly involved in the manufacture and supply of Machine Guns and large armaments for the British war effort, and did not really commence production of the Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonet until mid 1917. A report dated 13th October, 1917 indicated that ( as of  that date ) only 5,000 Vickers Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonets had been delivered, with a total of 10,000 being manufactured by the end of January 1919. This example, dated November 1917, being one of those rare 10,000 Vickers Pattern 1907 bayonets made. This bayonet's superb condition 17 inch unpolished sandblasted steel blade will easily grade absolutely mint, and would be impossible to upgrade. In a British War Department notice issued on 4th February 1915, it was stated that “ for future manufacture during the duration of the war, the blades shall be sandblasted instead of being polished “ meaning that bayonet blades produced after 4th February, 1915, should have sandblasted blades as does this example. After the war, and in a War Department memo dated 25th June, 1919, it stated “ sandblasting of new bayonets should cease as early as possible, and for the blades, in future, to be polished “.The sandblasting of the bayonet blades as opposed to their being brightly polished, was to prevent their reflecting light and attracting enemy snipers.The blade’s blackened ricasso has on one side the King George V Crown, below which is ‘ 1907 ‘ the bayonet’s Pattern date - ‘ 11 17 ‘ being the bayonet’s production date of November 1917 - the Vicker’s maker’s logo ( a ‘V’ inside a ‘C’ ) standing for Vickers Crayford, which was the location of the Vickers Ltd., factory at Crayford, Kent, England - and the ‘ VICKERS ‘ maker’s name.The ricasso on the other side has the British Government’s ‘ Broad Arrow ‘ ownership mark – various ‘ Inspector’s marks – and the ‘ X ‘ blade bend test mark indicating that the blade had passed the required bend test, plus a '26' restamp mark.This bayonet, overall length 21.75 inches, has blued finishes to the crossguard and pommel, all of which are in superb original mint condition, with the pommel having the distinctive considerably larger Vickers’ clearance hole. The pommel’s sprung stud works perfectly.The bayonet’s wooden grips are also in mint condition.The 17.8 inch leather covered scabbard is in superb condition, and has Inspector’s marks both on the right side of the scabbard’s stitched rib, and also above the front locket’s staple.In all, a superb and extremely rare example of one of the rarest British WW1 production Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonets made by Vickers Ltd., and with a mere 10,000 having been manufactured, and also allowing for the enormous British battlefield losses during WW1, very, very few of these Vickers Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonets will have survived, and logically, only an extremely limited number, possibly a handful, would still survive today in this example’s mint unissued condition, making this listing a must for the discerning British WW1 Bayonet collector, and it may be a significant period of time before another mint Vickers Pattern 1907 Sword Bayonet becomes available again.Please Note : Shipping charges for this item will be based on the buyer’s location, and the final weight and size of the packaging, which will typically be shipped via either FedEx or USPS with tracking, insurance and a signature required upon delivery, with the buyer being charged for shipping at the actual cost. Once the actual shipping cost is known, the estimated shipping charged by Ebay, will be adjusted accordingly up or down.vvvvvvvvvvvvvv  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ultra-Rare-Mint-British-Vickers-Pattern-1907-Bayonet-in-Unissued-Condition/264876109023?hash=item3dabd8acdf:g:X~sAAOSwdzZe4R1u
  • Seller : jeniaevgueni
The term "shashka" is the Russified form of the Caucasian word sachkho which means "long knife". The progressive use of the shashka saber in all the Cossack groupings was largely related to the power which this rustic saber could release notably charge on horseback, and its use with one hand (one hand for the weapon, and the other for the horse) which made it a weapon of choice for the Cossacks. It is a non-regulatory Cossack saber, made on the basis of Caucasian models with handle in silver, white metal, copper, wood or horn. Caucasian models were widely used until the end of the Empire in 1917. These sabers were still used by the Soviet army, but had not been produced since the end of the Civil War. Most manufacturers are murdered or forced to migrate abroad.Total length : 87 cm Total length without scabbard : 86.4 cmHere is a superb Caucasian Saber of the Chekress. The close guard of the last emperor Nicolas II was made up of Cherkess who owned shashka of this model with '' an eye '' on the handle. The saber could have fittings in silver as well as in iron or white metal. The handle is in brown and white horn. The saber has engravings: on one side of the letters '' K '' and '' A '' probably the initials of the regiment as well as an engraving of the head of a wolf, classic for sabers of this kind. On the other side, a ribbon that resembles the decorations made on French sabers. Blade with a cutting edge. The scabbard is in superb condition, sewn leather and white metal. The saber has a very beautiful patina. It is original and in superb condition. Recovered from a German collector of Russian and Caucasian shashka sabers. Do not hesitate to consult the books of A.N. Kulinski as well as the arms journal N ° 225 of September 1992 for more information on this model. If you buy this saber, it is a piece of Russian history that you take in your window, but also a piece of choice made by the best Caucasian gunsmiths of the time. CAUTION: The piece is unique, there is no duplicate. I answer your questions, don't hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for delays and postage losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal. SHIPPINGEurope: 25 eurosPoland and Bulgaria: 50 eurosChina, Canada, U.S.A.: 65 euros Don't let this unique collector's item escape you, there won't be one for everyone. Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/BEAUTIFUL-RARE-RUSSIAN-CHERKESS-SWORD-SHASHKA-KINDJAL-SHAMSHIR-ORIGINAL/154107456516?hash=item23e1852c04:g:IIkAAOSwRsJeIHWH
  • Seller : dr.militaria
Up for auction is a set of original German WW2 K98 rifle bayonet and scabbard in matching number. The set is in excellent condition. The blade has over 95% of its original bluing finish. Straight blade with no chip or damage. It has never been sharpened before.  The maker is Clemen & Jung and its dated to "1937". Nice early Waffenamt code "WaA 253".Very hard to find early high quality pieces in this condition.No reserved price! Please see my other WW2 collection. I combine shipping. International buyers are welcome. Thanks and good luck!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-1937-Dated-MATCHING-WW2-German-Mauser-K98-Bayonet-Scabbard/114427143263?hash=item1aa463a45f:g:D08AAOSwZM9fbSsx
  • Seller : odz_n_inds
Australian Bayonet with Scabbard marked Lithgow 1918.Condition is used with some dirt and rust. I will not attempt to clean the item or remove the rust.  The blade is 17" long and the overall length is 22".Please look at the pictures and ask any questions you may have.  Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Australian-Bayonet-with-Scabbard-marked-Lithgow-1918/224172479023?hash=item3431b8922f:g:E48AAOSwqyFfcLyr
  • Seller : dmehring1
Russian Ottoman Cossack Shaska Sword. Condition is Used. Beautiful sword in excellent shape with multi fullered 30 steel inch blade. Overall 35 inches. Excellent metal work on scabbard and handle. Nicely engraved blade.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Russian-Ottoman-Cossack-Shaska-Sword-With-Engraved-Blade/154108661123?hash=item23e1978d83:g:NzkAAOSwBMhfU9v5
  • Seller : chuckman62
vv vvThe sword blade has etching throughout.The members name etched on the blade is "Charles ?ierre". On other side St Onter Commander The sword measures roughly 35".  The gold handguard has an eagle and stars. The brass scabbard has engraving throughout. There is a Latin quote, " IN HOC SIGNO VINCES" With a Mason's compass below. Stain on bladeEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Knights-Templar-Masonic-Commander-Sword-Brass-Scabbard/133531756414?hash=item1f171ce77e:g:p6wAAOSwMltfcgVS
  • Seller : uniquitiesbyterry
A PAIR OF ORIGINAL WW 2 GERMAN MILITARY- A DATED AND MATCHING 1944 WEYERSBERG K98 MAUSER BAYONET WITH WOOD HANDLE [NOT THE BAKELITE VARIATION] AND SCABBARD.  IT IS QUITE CLEAN, BETTER THAN MOST I HAVE OWNED OVER THE YEARS.  SHOWS FIELD USE, BUT IS IN VERY GOOD OVERALL CONDITION.  SECONDLY, AN AFRIKA CORPS CANTEEN- DRGM DATED 1943.  ALL ORIGINAL AND NO NOTABLE DAMAGE.  REFER TO THE PHOTOS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.  I TOOK CLEAR PHOTOS TO PROPERLY SHOW THE CONDITION.  THANKS!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-WW-2-GERMAN-MATCHING-1943-K98-MAUSER-BAYONET-AFRIKA-CORPS-1943-CANTEEN/293754229068?hash=item44651dd14c:g:i9QAAOSwDk1fW-eS
  • Seller : southernsoldierantiques
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  • Seller : alismith1195812
This is an original prewar patriotic folding dirk.  Knife was made by George Wolstenholm, Sheffield.  The clean smooth undamaged blade has the I*XL  stamp.   Knife is in very good condition.  There is a very light push on one side of the pommel cap which I tried to show in the photograph.  There is absolutely no rattle or looseness to the blade.  The thumb lock on the handle locks the blade firmly.  Both slabs are perfect .  One side has a silver escutcheon that had what looks like 2 engraved initials which are very worn and difficult to make out.  The blade measures 4 1/2" ; overall length with blade closed is 5 1/2".   Both silver pommel caps have a patriotic motif with spread winged eagle, shield, stars, and liberty cap.  This is a really nice example of a pre Civil War pocket weapon.  I acquired this knife many years ago when I was doing the Gettysburg Civil War show.  See photos for best idea of item and condition.  I ship Priority Mail 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/PRE-CIVIL-WAR-FOLDING-DIRK/164406146908?hash=item26475eb75c:g:gkEAAOSwsdteAPcM
  • 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/McCLELLANS-BAYONET-EXERCISES-IDd/164406146923?hash=item26475eb76b:g:O3IAAOSwsZJbPR4Z
  • Seller : alismith1195812
This original  Horstmann Artillery Officers Sword has been in my collection for almost 40 years.  I can only remember seeing another M. 1840 Type 1 in all that time. *Several years ago J.S. Mosby Antiques & Artifacts of  Orange, Va.  sold one with a verbal ID for $9950.00.   Granted he is a very well known and highly respected dealer but I must say even though my sword has no such ID claim it is in slightly better condition than  the one that he  sold.  I can say this because he showed close up photographs of the sword.  Now, to my sword....  It has an untouched patina. The sharkskin grip is flawless.  My sword has the triple wire wrap.  This is a Type 1 so it has the recess in the hilt where the scabbard slides in. Now there is only remnants of the original throat left in the recess.  The frosting on the blade is very close to 100%.  The etched blade  is absolutely beautiful.  It is marked "Iron Proof" on the top back of the blade with the floral pattern running down toward the tip.  The  scabbard is smooth dark iron with a dark chocolate patina.  Originally this scabbard would have had a lacquered brown finish. There is some very minor denting on the inside of the scabbard as it would be worn.   Scabbard does have some very fine but  smooth pitting on the lower portion.  I believe that it's Tillmann's book on cavalry and artillery swords which states that this model sword made by Horstmann is one of the rarest swords made during the period. They only made a handful of these swords.  This Horstmann type 1 is much rarer than an Ames Artillery Officers Sword. * have just found the sale sheet and description of the J.S. Mosby sword and have added a photo of it.                   See photos for best idea of my item and condition.   Questions welcomed.I will ship within 48 hrs. of receipt of payment.  Shipping will include insurance cost.  Thank you for viewing my listing.  See my other items and feedback.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/M-1840-Type-1-Horstmann-Artillery-Officers-Sword-Very-Very-SCARCE/164406146915?hash=item26475eb763:g:qbYAAOSwZVlXwe-m
  • Seller : s.luke
This auction is for an classic ceremonial sword for the Knights Templar order of the Masons. Please see the photos for the intricacy of the embellishments on both the sword and sheath. Please message with any questions. Thank you for looking. BB Item # 48726*** DISCOUNTED PRICE.......WAS $150.00 ***Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Classic-Knights-Templar-Masonic-ceremonial-sword-with-sheath-48726/333733499032?hash=item4db4111098:g:NJcAAOSwhLRdwb5W
  • Seller : s.luke
This auction is for an early 20th century ceremonial sword for the Knights Templar order of the Masons. Please look at the photos to see the beautiful embellishments of both the sword and the sheath. Please message with any questions. Thanks for looking. BB Item# 48724*** DISCOUNTED PRICE........WAS $175.00 ***Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Classic-Knights-Templar-ceremonial-sword-with-sheath-48724/254729822443?hash=item3b4f14a0eb:g:WJkAAOSwEeVdwc7C
  • Seller : jp10150
This is the final evolution of the French Sabre Bayonet and reflects a change in Military thinking in that the cross-guard has a hooked quilon and the French discarded the press stud and returned to the Spring Catch. This is a very nice French M1866 Chassepot Sabre Bayonet, hall marks on ricasso and on the cross-guard as well as serial number on the cross-guard..m88102...No rust, no pitting and the brass on the handle is in great condition..Rolled steel scabbard, inscribed with the name of the arsenal, Mre d St Etienne Janriver 1872... No dents and no rust..This big bayonet measures 27.1/4 inches with the blade at 22.5 inches..We ship world wide and combine shipping cost..Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/FRENCH-M1866-CHASSEPOT-SABRE-BAYONET/233723266676?hash=item366afe0674:g:tTwAAOSwPLhfa4hk
  • Seller : sssmannn1
In used vintage condition. 100% Authentic and Original.Thank You.  Returns are accepted, but You must understand that first time shipping fee will be spent for delivery this item to You...So  -  if You change You're mined and want to return  - You will pay for shipping 2 times for 2 ways and + restock fee %10.00Thank You.Shipping  USA domestic............... - $14.99 Canada            -..............  $49.99Any International   ...        - $79.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/India-Antique-Infant-size-Sword-WITH-scabbard/203115845706?hash=item2f4aa5d84a:g:OR4AAOSwZ2lea7ka
  • Seller : chuckscollectibles
For sale is very fine authentic and non-restored example of an original English Scottish made basket hilt sword, as would have been carried by officers in various Scottish Highland and Lowland Regiments. The sword was manufactured in Pall Mall London by Price and Co. Suffolk. This maker was a  well known providers of regulation swords such as this. The intricate and well preserved etchings and inlays on the double edged blade clearly visible and well preserved. Brass color proving marked in upper ricaso. The wire bond shark skin grip is very well preserved as is the basket liner. The moron color frill is very full bodies and still securely attached. Some very minor spots of surface corrosion is present. No effort has been taken to remove them. The blade is 32 1/4'' long and with the grip about 38 1/2 '' long. The blade width runs from 1 1/8'' wide to a taper at the tip of 1/8 ''wide. The leather grain on the scabbard appears to be that of pig Skin. The Scabbard is in wonderful condition for it's age. All of the stitching is present. I have treated the leather with Black Rock Leather Preservative and it has kept soft and pliable. The nickle plated Throat an Tip of the scabbard are a little yellowed from age, but problem free and 98% of the plating is present  The markings on the blade indicate it was used by an officer of the 72nd Regiment of Foot (The Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders). The 72nd was merged in 1881 with the 78th Regiment of Foot (Ross-Shire Buffs) to form the Sea Forth Highlanders. There appears to be what may be a family crest and initials on the blade. Knowing the regiment, you may be able to identify the owner by accessing Victorian-era editions of the Army List. You can reliably date the sword as being made before 1881. This sword is from my 40 year collection.If you are dissatisfied with this item for ANY reason, simply return it within 14 days for a full refund AND I WILL PAY THE RETURN SHIPPING COST!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/British-Army-Highland-Officers-Scottish-Regiment-Basket-Hilt-Sword-Circa-1870s/284026071841?hash=item422145eb21:g:lJIAAOSwV11dnj3h
  • Seller : jghoff56
CIVIL WAR IMPORT CAVALRY SWORD W/SCABBARD AND SNAP HOOKS... EXCELLENT... WELL MARKED: “C. R KIRSCHBAUM” W/ COMPANY LOGO... BLADE MARKED “EISENHAUER” and “GARANTIE”... SPINE MARKED “T. F. SEEGERS”IN SCRIPT... ORIGINAL WIRE WRAP... SCABBARD AND SNAP HOOKS... A BEAUTY... (SEE PICTURES)... ***U.S. ONLY PLEASE*** SELLING MY ENTIRE COLLECTION... SEE OTHER LISTINGS... SAVE ON POSTAGE WITH MULTIPLE WINNING BIDS... BACKGROUND DOTS ARE ONE INCH APART... THANK YOU AND GOOD COLLECTING.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/CIVIL-WAR-IMPORT-CAVALRY-SWORD-WELL-MARKED-EXCELLENT/233726594840?hash=item366b30cf18:g:mgYAAOSwAGxfCc1F
  • Seller : odz_n_inds
An M-1  bayonet in very good condition. The blade shows little wear and hasno rust. The leather has very light abrasions with no cracking or rot. The pommel springoperates perfectly the blueing is in excellent condition.The scabbard is also in very goodcondition and the canvas has no rips or tears. The snap is also in perfect working order.The bayonet was manufactured by the Imperial company. No shipping outside of the U.S.      Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-WW2-M-1-Carbine-Model-4-Bayonet/224170783245?hash=item34319eb20d:g:3E0AAOSwV65fbT99
  • Seller : chagas
Scarce M.1895 Mannlicher Carbine bayonet issued to Artillery, Engineers and Torpedomen. This is the late production bayonet. Made by Hembrug arsenal in Holland. Marked on one side of the blade, "HEMBRUG.", and on the opposite side, "Crown over Z". The steel part of the grip displays, "Crown over Z". No serial/issue number on the crossguard. T-back, 18.875 inch long blade. Complete with a correct leather scabbard with an integral leather frog. The back of the leather frog displays a number "F 6606" and the name of the producer. CONDITION: Overall, in very good plus. The bayonet itself is in very good-condition with about 90% of blue finish still on the blade, crossguard and grip. The scabbard and frog are also in very good- condition. Some dings on the edge of the blade combat? (see photos). The wooden grips are in very good- condition, with some minor wear, but no cracks just handling marks and light dings. The scabbard is all complete, with leather still being soft. The stitching of the lower part of the scabbard is strengthened with brass wire from coming apart in usage. This is an original future of Dutch bayonets (please, see pictures). (Janzen p.146/2)Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dutch-Artillery-M1895-Mannlicher-Bayonet-Long/233725757672?hash=item366b2408e8:g:usQAAOSwEqlfJKKU
  • Seller : chagas
Steyr M1912 bayonet which was originally made for Mexican contract together with Mauser M1912 rifle. They were marked "RM" on the blade and "Republica Mexicana" on crossguard. When WWI conflict exploded, both rifles and bayonets were confiscated by Austro-Hungarian Army and issued to Auxiliary troops.  All of those bayonets ended with Pilsudski Polish Legion together with variety of other weapons like older Werndl rifles and bayonets. There is an extensive Polish literature about "Pilsudzki Legion" weaponry, describing in detail this bayonet.Bayonet has 9 3/4" long blade, 15" overall. Blade marked "OEWG" on one side and "RM" on the other and "Republica Mexicana" on crossguard. Other side of crossguard marked: S".P 1589 (Strzelcy?). Nice original condition: blade with no damage, not sharp but shows very old sharpening. Handle has all wood with few dings. Scabbard in great condition, blued with uniform patina. Comes with super interesting Polish modified French leather frog in excellent condition.Super rare bayonet with even more scarce frog.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Polish-Austrian-Mexican-Steyr-M1914-Bayonet-Pilsudzki-Legion/233725712487?hash=item366b235867:g:tlgAAOSwQQlfJJ36
  • Seller : chagas
French Navy Kropatschek M1878 Bayonet which looks similar to Gras bayonet except doesn't have the step in the handle. Bayonet was made by Steyr which is still faintly visible on the spine. Marked with serial number on the hook and Naval anchor on the crossguard. Overall length 25.25".  Very good condition, nice shiny blade, scabbard without dents, nicely blued. Locking mechanism works perfectly, good grips with some dents and a little damage to the left one above top screw. Relatively scarce bayonet.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/French-M-1878-Kropatschek-Bayonet-French-Navy/233725746721?hash=item366b23de21:g:QV0AAOSwioJfJKCH
  • Seller : civilwartoys85
Venezuela M1900 Knife Bayonet and Scabbard This is an original Venezuela 1900 Knife Bayonet and Scabbard in untouched condition. This Knife Bayonet was for use on the 11.15 MM. (.43 Caliber) Mauser M1871/84 Repeating Rifle. Venezuela acquired 27,000 M1871/84 rifles from German Army stock. These bayonets were most likely made byFN in Belgium. They are closely patterned after the bayonet that FN developed to go with the FN Spanish Mauser Rifle export contract for Brazil and Uruguay. Originally made with a hooked quillion, many subsequently had the quillion removed. FN offered customers both leather or steel scabbard options, this being the example of the steel scabbard. Like the M1871/84 rifle, these bayonets exhibt some of the finest workmanship to be found on a military weapon. The M1900 is a collector’s designation. The official nomenclature for these bayonets is unknown. On the crosspiece is an “N” inside a circle and there is Serial # 4271 on the cross guard.The bayonet measures 16-5/8” overall and has an 11-5/8” blade.  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Venezuela-M1900-Knife-Bayonet-and-Scabbard/363119413472?hash=item548b9a88e0:g:hucAAOSwWDNfPqnP
  • Seller : wpastore
You are bidding on this old bayonet. I believe this is a WWII German mauser bayonet. It is marked on the blade 43 ASW  and 9058  .It is marked on the scabbard 44 ASW   9058 .The blade appears to be in exceptional condition. The scabbard shows some wear and rust.Some faint rust on handle. As found in a local estate.See my other auctions for a fighting knife from the same estate.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-WWII-German-Mauser-K98-Bayonet-Scabbard-Matching-43-ASW-98K/133528780028?hash=item1f16ef7cfc:g:tkAAAOSw6JpfbURA
  • Seller : s.e.l.l.antiques
DESCRIPTION:Up for auction...An ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR era RIFLED MUSKET SLING.  The LEATHER is in VERY GOOD CONDITION, with NO crazing.  This is an original antique.  The strap is clearly stamped "WATERVLIET ARSENAL".Dimensions: 67" Length, including hook                     1.13" Width of LeatherSHIPPING: Shipping/Handling charges will be based on the weight and shipping destination.  This will be mailed USPS Priority Mail, with signature confirmation only.  We try to ship within 1 day (excluding weekend & holidays) of payment confirmation.  And, we do combine shipping, for most items.RETURNS: Your purchase is guaranteed to be as described.  If it is not, please notify us within (3) days of receipt.  A refund will be issued upon receipt, by us, of the item, in the same condition it was shipped to you.ABOUT US: S.E.L.L. ANTIQUES is an antique store in Salt Lake City, Utah.  We specialize in Antique Arms, Military, Cowboy , Indian and Western History.   If you are ever in town, please, come by and see us.   We also sell at National Antique Arms Shows, throughout the year and list merchandise on E Bay as an additional means of reaching collectors and customers around the world.We pride ourselves in having an excellent reputation for fair and honest dealings.   We try to describe our merchandise to the best of our ability, although we are not experts in every thing.  If you have questions, please, feel free to contact us.  THANK YOU !!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-CIVIL-WAR-RIFLED-MUSKET-SLING-WATERVLIET-ARSENAL-LEATHER-IS-VERY-GOOD/293750770699?hash=item4464e90c0b:g:xxsAAOSwFGxfWnK5
  • Seller : sc1779
   Offered is a "B & S" marked English Rifle Tool.  As can be seen, it has a worm but is missing the nipple pick.   This is being sold as is.  Please look over the photos carefully to determine you own level of condition. If more photos are needed, please write. I will combine shipping.  If you win two or more items, I will send an invoice with an adjustment for shipping. NO INTERNATIONAL SALES.  Note: Items currently listed are being sold on consignment.  I occasionally receive offers requesting to end the listing with a “buy now” option.  For now, the auction will run its course and will not be ended early.    Thanks for looking.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/English-Rifle-Musket-Tool-B-S-Marked/203116194812?hash=item2f4aab2bfc:g:ixAAAOSwBtNfbeu6
  • Seller : jeniaevgueni
Russian saber Russian Cossack shashka. The imperial regulatory model, said to be of the year 1881, underwent various evolutions during the 19th century and equipped the Cossack troops until the end of the Empire in 1917. The Cossack troops were the valets of the imperial regime and the subjects the most faithful of the Tsar and the Romanovs. They played a major role in the formation of the white army and the uprising of the people which led to the bloody Russian civil war (1918-1924). Total length : 97 cm Length without scabbard : 87.7 cm  The imperial model differs from the Soviet by its handle inspired by the head of an eagle (symbol of the Russian Empire), here it is a saber of the transition period, produced between 1918-1920, which explains the no marking, apart from a few figures on the handle, part of which has been filed. According to the markings, we find the numbers '' 1 '' and '' 4 ''. The wooden and brass handle, in a remarkable state of conservation, just like the blade. The scabbard is in good condition also the painted canvas between well present as well as all the supports for the baionette, as well as the baionette itself. This saber was reused by the Soviet army, later, because the baionette is of the later model, mod. 91/31 and not a tsarist. The saber was also reused by the Wermarcht, as some markings on the handle were removed. The sword is however in a totally remarkable state of conservation. Rare for this kind of model, completely original, recovered in Germany from the descendants of a soldier. Original sword in perfect condition. By purchasing this fabulous `` shashka '' sword, you will acquire a unique and exceptional symbol of the Republic of Russia and the Soviet Union. This piece can easily decorate your showcase and become the centerpiece. You will find more information, on the history of this saber, in the works of A.N. Kulinski as well as in the works of Janusz Jarslawski, '' Russian swords '', the extract of which is present on photo n ° 4.WARNING : The piece is unique, I have no duplicate.I answer your questions, don't hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for delays and postage losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal.SHIPPINGEurope: 25 eurosPoland and Bulgaria: 50 eurosChina, Canada, U.S.A.: 65 eurosDon't let this unique collector's item escape you, there won't be one for everyone.Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/INCREDIBLE-RUSSIAN-SHASHKA-SWORD-MOD-1881-SHAMSHIR-KINDJAL-ORIGINAL/154108630024?hash=item23e1971408:g:Ow4AAOSwTtheboYF
  • Seller : jaglovask0
 very rare  German   bayonetBayonet is marked ..W.. (Wilhelm II 1891-1918)05 .(1905)33 R. 4. (33 Regiment . 4. company )     Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/German-WW1-Saw-back-bayonet-RARE/164405623773?hash=item264756bbdd:g:-6oAAOSwfYpfHTeR
  • Seller : jaglovask0
 very rare   bayonetBayonet is marked ..W.. (Wilhelm II 1891-1918)05 .(1905)33 R. 4. (33 Regiment . 4. company )     Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/German-WW1-Sawback-bayonet/164404008688?hash=item26473e16f0:g:-6oAAOSwfYpfHTeR
  • Seller : jzsword
This is one sword that if it could talk would have a great tale to tell. It is a Horstmann Foot Officers sword . During service the knucklebow broke off . Now being in the middle of war the officer had the broken ends smoothed off so I was still serviceable, see photos. The original grip was rayskin with a triple wire wrap now it is well worn . The hilt mounts were steel now black from age. The blade is also black from age . You can still see the markings . The obverse ricasso has the circular brass proof mark and the makers name  " W H / Horstmann /  & Sons/ Philadelphia  " The blade has the US Spread eagle with the ribbon and " E PLutibus Unum " and on the other side " US " . The overall length is 37 1/2 " with a 31 1/2 " blade . A Civil War Officers Sword that saw a lot of fighting at No Reserve. I     I offer a 100% guarantee. If you are not happy, return it within 14 DAYS, and I will give you a full refund.  Free Shipping in the U.S. Outside the U.S., e-mail for cost estimate. I cannot ship items to Mexico or Switzerland.        Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-Horstmann-Officers-Sword-Poor-Condition-Has-seen-a-lot-of-service-No-Reserve/303698751732?hash=item46b5db30f4:g:VKQAAOSw7JtfZ~C0
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