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  • Nation : Austrian
  • Local Price : £9,750.00
Snaphaunce Musket c1630. A very rare early Snaphaunce Musket c1630 possibly earlier and Austrian or German. The musket is full stocked with a curve profile below the barrel line running the full length and with iron ramrod pipes, pins and muzzle end. The ramrod in original with horn tip matching the inlay to the stock. The barrel with excellent engraved decoration to the beech and flared muzzle. The stock with sliding small patch box with basic catch and a named detailed in ink Von ?? possibly the Austrian – German connection however the stock is stamped with A P and under the lock L H which could indicate the property of Col Alexander Popham of Littlecote House c 1605 – 1669 complete with iron large trigger guard and trigger Please note the lock has been cleaned and a small age repair to the forend which is hardly visible overall length 44 inches 112cm the barrel 37.75 inches 88cm
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : £9500
Click and use the code 21508 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful, Original, German ´Zweihander´ Great Sword 16th Century
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £8250
Click and use the code 24027 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb Yokayama Bizen Sword, Signed Bizen Osafune Ju Yokoyama Sukekane
  • 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 : £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 : £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 Most Rare Norman Conquest Period Sword Made 1000 Years Ago Utilizing An Ancestral Blade Around 400 Years Old
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £7995
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 : 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 Cum Plug-Bayonet, Complete With It&#acute;s Original Scabbard & Belt Mount, Outside of the Royal Collection..
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : €9500
Tongzhou incident 29th army dàdÄ.
  • 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 : British
  • Local Price : £7650
Fine Early 18th century Highland Scottish Dirk. A fine quality and robust Highland Scottish dirk dating to the early 18th century fashioned with a bog oak grip, brass mounts and a cut down back sword blade. The tapering blade has a single fuller and is marked with a running fox on one side probably indicating Shotley Bridge as the place of manufacture. A fine example of a first quarter 18th century Scottish Highland weapon.  The grip has a rich, deep blackened patina and is carved with an early form of grip decoration consisting of four columns of reeded interlaced Celtic ropework. The underside of the pommel is carved 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, targes and plaid brooches. The threaded tang is secured by a thick cruciform shaped nut with shaped edges above which a small length of the threaded tang protrudes. The dirk has a typical crescent shaped ferrule formed from thinly beaten brass applied to protect the base of the grip into which the shoulders of the blade sit and is secured by two brass pins either side, the head of 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 corresponding to the thickness of the blade spine. 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 noticeably 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. These Acts were seemingly not so fiercely imposed as those implemented after the failure of the 1745 Rebellion. In the places where they were enforced Highlanders driving cattle and visiting markets in the Lowland towns and boroughs were probably prevented from carrying swords in some places. Hence 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 onwards after it was founded by a group of immigrant blade smiths from Solingen and continued to produce blades until the end of the Napoleonic War period in the early 19th century. It is feasible that due to its location in the north east of England near to the Scottish border, that Shotley Bridge provided blades for some traditional Scottish sword makers which when damaged were ground down into dirk blades.    
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $7495.00
Fabulous Pair of Silver-Mounted Flintlock Pistols Made for an Ottoman Potentate. Featuring two-stage tapering 11 1/4″ barrels of approximately .65 caliber (some pitting); the breech inscribed ‘London’, engraved with a crescent amid stamped stars, and stamped with three rectangular trellised marks and a crowned “M” on the left side. Rounded locks in the French manner, each inscribed ‘Wilson’ in script and featuring semi-rainproof pan and roller. Figured hardwood full stocks profusely inlaid with silver wire foliate scrollwork highlighted with pins and with silver pellets surrounding each lock. Silver mounts cast and chased in relief with martial trophies and foliage; comprising side-plates, escutcheons, spurred pommels, trigger-guards (one expertly repaired), turned ramrod-pipes, and false ramrods en suite with the stocks. Turkish silver marks and tughra, probably from the reign of Mahmud II (1808-1839). Mechanically very good with strong mainsprings. Exceptional workmanship overall. Total length 17 3/4″.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7400
Flintlock Blunderbuss by Robert Silke of London circa 1680. A scarce late 17th century English blunderbuss by Robert Silke. This gunmaker was part of the notable dynasty of gunmakers by the name of Silke that worked in London. The earliest records of this name extend back to 1610, and it was  heavily represented in the 17th and into the 18th centuries. Robert Silke was a prominent gunmaker and this blunderbuss is a fine example of his work. The blunderbuss is mounted with a heavy brass barrel of octagonal section at the breech marked on one of the flats with the initials of Robert Silke as the barrel maker, plus the Proof Mark of the London Gun Company and View Mark both under a crown. An arched rib reinforces the breech from which the iron tang extends and beds into an apron moulded into the stock. Beyond the octagonal flats towards the muzzle the barrel is shaped  in hexadecagonal section for a short distance terminating with an engraved parallel-lined band after which the barrel is of smooth rounded section gently narrowing then widening towards the muzzle. The bowed lock has a nippled tail bedded into a moulded apron on the stock. The cock, the area behind it, and in front, is engraved sparingly and attractively with leafy scrolls. The maker’s mark of R SILKE is engraved underneath the scroll in front of the cock. The lock is secured to the stock by three screws with dome heads visible on the reverse side. The trigger terminates in a backward scroll, and the trigger guard is of iron, underneath which the head of the screw which secures the barrel tang to the stock is visible. The stock is of walnut mounted with a brass butt plate secured to the stock with seven iron tacks flush with the surface of the plate. The tapered ramrod has a brass cap at the wide end and is mounted with an iron worm at the tip. The ramrod is secured to the stock by a tube bored into the stock and a single ramrod pipe. The absence of a side plate, and tail pipe for the ramrod, combined with the method of securing the butt plate with flat headed iron tacks, together with the entry method of the barrel tang screw into the stock from underneath, are, amongst other features, indicative of a late 17th century date for the blunderbuss. Following the Restoration of the monarchy in England in 1660 blunderbusses increased in popularity in civilian life and in the Services, particularly the Navy. A manuscript dated 1684 shows that ships were entitled to a number of blunderbusses represented as a proportion of the number of cannon employed on board. Robert Silke was apprenticed to his father, John, the fourth Silke of that name,  in 1659.  He obtained his Freedom of the Gunmakers' Company in 1666, and submitted his proof piece in 1667. Robert was elected as Assistant to the Company in 1679, and progressed to be elected as Master of the Company in  1689, 1696 and once more in 1700. He was based in the Minories in London and worked as a gunmaking Contractor to the Ordnance 1667-1701, to the Hudson's Bay Company 1678-1701 and to the Royal African Company 1683-1701.  In 1689 Silk was appointed Chief Gunmaker of the Tower of London and also became a Captain of the London Trained Bands (the London Militia) from circa 1690.  Robert Silke died in 1701. It is unlikely that the signature on this blunderbuss is that of the second and only other recorded Robert Silke, who was the son of the first described above, due to his short career, the absence of many surviving works attributed to him, and the fact that he predeceased his father. He was apprenticed to his father in 1686, made free in 1693 and was deceased by 1696.  Possibly he worked in the Minories with his father for a short time after being made free and is recorded like his father as  a Contractor to the Ordnance for a short time in 1694/5. References: D R Baxter, “Blunderbusses”, Arms and Armour Press, 1970 and Howard L Blackmore, “A Dictionary of London Gunmakers”,  1350-1850, Phaidon – Christie’s Limited, 1986. The blunderbuss is in fine condition with some minor speckling and staining to the iron parts as visible in the photographs. The wooden stock is in fine condition with some minor dents. The barrel is just over 16″ (41 cm) long and the overall length of the blunderbuss measured extremity to extremity is 31 inches (just under 80 cm).
  • 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 : British
  • Local Price : £7350
Click and use the code 24093 to search for this item on the dealer website Beautiful, Inscribed, Elizabethan Tudor period Nobleman&#acute;s Rapier 16th Century Circa 1570
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £7250
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 : British
  • Local Price : £6,995.00
London & Westminster Light Horse Volunteers Rifled Flintlock Carbine by Henry Nock. SN X2004. A fine and rare London & Westminster Light Horse Volunteers Rifled Flintlock Carbine by Henry Nock. 42&157; overall, 26" two stage 16 bore barrel with seven groove rifling, Nock’s patent octagonal breech, engraved &156;H. Nock Patent&157; on the top flat, and with a band of chevrons at the breech, blade foresight and fixed block &156;V&157; rearsight, and bayonet bar mounted on the right side of the muzzle. Nock patent screwless lock engraved in script &156;H Nock&157; in front of the cock, with a starburst over the front retaining hook, a &156;P&157; stamped at the base of the right side of the cock, an indistinct stamp on the left side of the comb, and &156;IX&157; etched on the inside of the lock.&194;&160; Figured walnut full stock, with padded leather-covered cheek piece attached with small brass nails and full length split ramrod channel stamped &156;WT&157; and &156;II&157;.&194;&160; Brass mounts comprising forend cap, butt plate engraved &156;N&194;&186;..22&157; on the tang and stamped &156;163&157; towards the top, Baker pattern hinged patch box with a single compartment, trigger guard, two ramrod pipes, the front of the trigger guard forming the third, rear, ramrod pipe with retaining spring, original sling swivels and original swelled and button headed iron ramrod, the ramming end thicker for the last two inches and with a female thread for tools. Circa1800 Very good condition (leather slightly damaged). Henry Nock was a contractor to the Board of Ordnance from 1771 to 1804.&194;&160; He was appointed Gunmaker-in-Ordinary to George III in 1789 and was Master of the Gunmakers’ Company in 1802.&194;&160; &194;&160;In about 1798 he was contracted to produce rifled carbines of this pattern for the well-heeled London & Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, not for the cavalry troops, who only carried swords and pistols, but for the infantry men, who accompanied the cavalry in horse-drawn carriages.&194;&160; Each man purchased his own carbine.&194;&160; The number &156;163&157; on the butt plate is most probably a soldier muster roll number. If so, &156;163&157; was Robert Sutton, who was elected to The London & Westminster Light Horse Volunteers on 9 October 1794, became a Cornet on 2 February 1799, and who subsequently became the Commandant of a Rifle Company in Ongar, Essex. See the article &156;The Light Horse Volunteers’ Rifled Carbine&157; by Jeff Paine in &156;The Canadian Journal of Arms Collecting&157;, Vol. 34, No. 4 (November 1996), pages 111-115, and &156;British Cavalry Carbines & Pistols of the Napoleonic Era&157; by Barry Chisnall and Geoffrey Davies, pages 160-161 and 165-167. Sold with some research Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • 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 : French
  • Local Price : £6850
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 : 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 : French
  • Local Price : £6750
North European Sabre of “Sinclair Sable” Type Circa 1600. An imposing and robust North European sabre dating to circa 1600. The hilt type conforms to the general group known as “Sinclair Sables”, with which the ill-fated Scottish mercenary expedition to Norway was equipped in 1612. This is a well balanced and practical example. The imposing, heavy, stiff, curved blade is single edged, becoming double edged for the last quarter of its length, with a broad shallow fuller running underneath the spine from hilt to tip. Near the hilt on one side a rubbed  armourers mark is present inside an oblong panel, now indistinct. The hilt is constructed from a solid block from which two vertically counter curved quillons of rounded oval section extend to terminate in swollen spoon shaped terminals. A knuckle bow extends from the front quillon upper surface, the terminal of which is secured in an aperture in the lower part of the pommel front. The outside of the hilt is formed with a strong scallop shell shaped guard joined to the pommel in a similar manner to the knuckle bow, by a single bar  emerging from its top. Cut ridges radiate from the base of the shell guard where it joins the quillon block to accentuate the scallop appearance. An “S” shape bar of rounded section strengthens the structure by joining the shell with the knuckle bow. The inside of the guard is formed with an inner ring guard and thumb loop joined with the knuckle bow by two further scrolling round section bars above. The original leather covered grip swells to its top where it meets with the underside of the pommel and is mounted with a copper ferrule at its base. The oblong shaped pommel radiates filed lines of “scallop” form similar to the clam guard from its truncated pyramid shaped pommel button. The pommel is cut with double decorative lines around its edge. Beneath, the pommel base narrows to accommodate the oval shaped grip top. This is an interesting and rare sword which holds a place in the evolution of complex hilt design in the late 16th century. Blade 30.5 inches (80 cm) long and overall 37 inches (94 cm). Provenance: Sotheby’s  New York, 23rd November 1988, lot 501
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6750
Click and use the code 23939 to search for this item on the dealer website Simply Stunning 15th Century Sengoku Period Wakazashi Samurai Short Sword Circa 1480 With Shobu Zukuri Form Blade
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : $7995.00
Exceptional Gilded Pappenheimer Rapier, ca. 1630. Symmetrical guard formed of diamond-section bars with large pas d'ane and three up- turned concentric rings extending from the lower end, the uppermost one joined to the knuckle bow. The opening inside the smallest ring is covered by a pierced shell-shaped plate attached with two screws. Vertically recurved quillons and shield-shaped quillon block. Knuckle bow with large finial unconnected and curved away from the pommel. Grip with flat and twisted iron wire wrap and finished with grooved ferrules top and bottom. Faceted ovoid pommel with button. Hilt retaining approximately 90% of its gilded finish. Straight hexagonal-section 41″ blade with three narrow 9″ fullers and long flat ricasso stamped on one side with a clear crowned “S” in a shield, possibly the mark of the famed Sahagun family of Toledo blade smiths. Very good condition for its age with very light pitting on the blade. Overall length 47 ½”. This style rapier named for Field Marshal Gottfried Heinrich Graf (count) zu Pappenheim, Imperial cavalry commander of Thirty Years War fame. A gilded pappenheimer rapier was carried by Swedish King Gustavus II Adolphus when he was killed at the Battle of Lutzen in 1632 and is preserved in the Stockholm Royal Armouries. Coincidentally, Field Marshal von Pappenheim was also killed in this battle.
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : $8500.00
German Executioner’s Sword, 17th C. Silver-gilt cruciform steel hilt with octagonal quillons swelling toward the baluster finials; chiseled quillon block. Delicately chiseled ovoid pommel; wood grip with cord and leather wrap (possibly original) secured with ferrules top and bottom. Broad (2 3/8″) double-edged 33 ½” blade of lens section with blunted end as typically found. Deep central fuller on each side, engraved “Die herren Steuren Dein unheil. Ich Exequiere Ihr Endts urtheil” (Men control your misdeeds. I execute your judgement) on one side and “Wan Ich das Schwert thue aufheben wunsch ich dem Sunder das Ewigleben”, (When I pick up the sword I wish the sinner eternal life) on the other. This inscription is typical of German executioner swords in that even as the criminal is condemned to death for his crime, the desire is that they find redemption in the eyes of God. Blade also features engraved naked female figure of Justitia on one side below the fuller and Prudentia on the other; engraved floral decor flanking the fullers. Much better quality workmanship than typically found. Very good condition with generally smooth metal and retaining traces of the original silver gilding on hilt. Overall length 42 1/2″.
  • 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
Twigg Flintlock Rifled Pistol Carbine, rare. SN 8546. A&194;&160;Very Rare Twigg Flintlock Rifled Pistol Carbine. 29 1/2&157; overall including the stock, the pistol itself 19 1/2&157; with a 14&157; octagonal barrel, 28 bore, with adjustable foresight and rearsight, signed ´Twigg London´ on top flat. Scroll engraved tang, stepped bolted lockplate, swan necked cock, bridled pan, frizzen with roller on the toe. The lockplate signed ´Twigg´ (2nd signature). Walnut full stock, carved around the barrel tang, with coarsely chequered butt, trigger guard with acorn finial, brass tipped steel ramrod and contemporary skeleton butt. Circa 1775 Rifling in very good condition, one turn in the barrel length, gun with some re-finishing but overall in good 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; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160; &194;&160;&194;&160; Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6350
Click and use the code 20427 to search for this item on the dealer website Sword of W.C. Cuninghame, Distinguished Hero of the 79th Foot in the Crimean War & Subsequently Elevated, Due to His Gallantry, to a Position WIthin the Queen&#acute;s Bodyguard of H.M Queen Victoria
  • Nation : Persian
  • Local Price : £6250
Rare Saljuq Iranian Mace Head 12th/14th Century. A heavy mace head constructed from a copper based alloy. It is of octagonal section with eight shallow triangular flanges emanating from its core  profusely decorated with incised designs of panels of arabesques on each side which retain much of the original gilt inlay. The spaces between are engraved with vertical panels of foliage. The domed top is decorated at its base with concentric rings surrounded by similar decorative panels to the flanges. The neck midway is formed with a raised moulded band decorated with a rope work design on the upper surface. Above and below this band a series of alternate diamond and circular shapes decorated within are applied around the neck. A copper band is present at the base near the neck. The height of the mace head is just under 5.5 inches (13.7 cm) Condition: Very good with minor damage commensurate with its age. For related examples in the Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection, see Bashir Mohamed, The Arts of the Muslim Knight, The Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection” 2008, Skira Editore S.p.A, pages 246-248, nos. 231-236.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6250
Scottish Basket Hilted Sword mounted with an “ANDRIA FARARA” blade. An attractive Scottish basket hilted sword of traditional design and manufacture dating to the late 17th or early 18th century. Historically this period in Scotland is marked by the failed Jacobite Rebellion of 1715. The sword is mounted with a fine quality “ANDRIA FARARA” marked double edged blade and is nicely proportioned and well balanced. The basket guard is composed of finely forged and sturdy structural bars of thick square and oblong section. The achievement of such an elegant hilt profile by working with iron of such thickness is much more difficult compared to the manufacture of less robust hilts. The decoration is precise and well executed. In this respect a superficial examination of the sword disguises the skill of the sword maker who was clearly an accomplished armourer. Two primary square guard panels are attached at the front of the hilt by saltire bars. These are pierced with heart shapes with the points directed to an eyelet in the centre. The corners of each plate are also pierced with similar circular apertures. The outside edges of the plates are finely fretted with merlons. The secondary guard plates consist of a front knuckle bow plate and side guard plates. The side plates are forged with thickly formed merlons at the base which add strength to the structure. All three of the secondary panels are pierced with hearts and circles and fretted at the edges in similar form to the main guard plates. All of the guard plates are decorated with incised lines and the main guard bars are cut with a decorative groove along the middle. The three structural bars of the guard are curved upwards the tops of which  slot into a groove cut around the dome-shaped pommel just below its middle. On top the pommel is decorated with four equally spaced sets of aligned triple grooves which radiate from the flat pommel button. The hilt was not made with a scrolled wrist guard. The rear quillon terminal is rounded off into a knop and decorated with lines underneath. This dates the guard to an earlier period of evolution of the  Scottish basket hilt compared to later 18th century examples which are generally mounted with scrolled wrist guards. The decoration of longitudinal lines applied along the middle of the structural bars is reminiscent of the style developed by sword makers working in Glasgow in the late 17th century which in its fully developed form became known as the “Glasgow” style. The early manifestations of this style are  present in two swords which are similar to ours made by the first John Simpson of Glasgow housed in the Kelvingrove Museum Collection in Glasgow, and may be seen in Cyril Mazansky’s “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Boydell Press 2005, page 102 and 109. The grip is of wood, spirally grooved and covered with shagreen bound with a strip of thin silver ribbon. The hilt retains its original leather liner covered with red cloth bound with the remains of blue ribbon at the hem. The tapering blade is of the highest quality. It has a short ricasso, the shoulders of which are accommodated by a groove chiseled into the underside of the cross guard in the Scottish manner. From the ricasso three fullers run down the centre of the blade, the middle fuller terminating 6 inches (15 cm) from the blade tip, and those either aside terminate a short distance before. Near to the hilt on each side the middle fuller is stamped with a series of “O” and “X” marks with the fullers above and below marked “ANDRIA FARARA” flanked by “X” marks. The blade was most likely made in Solingen which was the main blade making centre in Europe at the time. Blades marked in this manner were particularly valued by Scottish Highlanders. The overall length of the sword is 37.5 inches (just over 95 cm) and the blade   is just under 32 inches long (81 cm). Condition: Overall the sword is in good condition. A few minor areas of note relate to the leather liner which is now distorted with age, crispy and fragile. The blade has a few minor shallow stained patches of light rust. There is a small chip to the top of one of the main guard plates at the front.
  • Nation : German
  • Local Price : $7495.00
German Wheellock Officer’s Pistol, ca. 1630. Octagonal to round 16 ½” barrel of approximately .56 caliber, stamped with “P” maker's mark at the breech. Smooth lock plate with external wheel and beveled edges; cock with simple line engravings, still holding a period pyrite with lead packing in its jaws. Tiger- stripe fruitwood full stock with lovely rich patina, showing normal wear from age and use. Tight old stress crack from breech to lock plate screw. Steel fore end cap, ramrod thimble, trigger guard, and butt cap. Wood ramrod. Smooth uncleaned metal with slight age discoloration. Overall length 24 1/4″. Excellent example in original condition. Most of these have been shortened or restored.
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