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  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : 8,900.00 USD
FINE AND RARE ENGLISH BROADSWORD C.1640. Of so-called mortuary sword type. Iron hilt with semi-bowl guard. The forward edge rolled, with bars connecting to the pommel at the other three quarter points, further enclosed by pairs of scrolling bars. The guard chiseled with characterful portraits of Charles at the three quarter points alternating with portraits of Henrietta flanked by angel wings. A further matching portrait on the knuckle bow. The pommel chiseled in a radial motif over slightly depressed medial, stopped by a band at the transition and likely fire gilt in the depressions originally. The right side with a chiseled running fox or wolf mark about identical to that illustrated as 9c, European Swords and Daggers in the Tower of London, which is found on a “Claymore, early 17th century." The mark here was originally inlaid in latten which it retains in one of the strokes. Original black leather over wood scabbard in fragile but substantially complete condition. An excellent example of one of the most desirable forms of 17th century swords.
  • 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 : £6500
Basket Hilted Scottish Broad Sword with “S” Bar Hilt Circa 1700. A handsome and imposing Scottish basket hilted broad sword of “S” Bar form, of bold proportions, well balanced, and dating to the late 17th or early 18th century. The sword has an imposing weight with a functional and no frills finish. It is mounted with a heavy broad sword blade which has a rounded cutting tip formed in the “Celtic” manner. The sword is tight and secure when in-hand and was most likely made for, and owned by, a clan warrior of some note. The metal parts are in uncleaned patinated condition. The basket hilt is formed with rounded bars and mounted with two main frontal guard panels which are pierced with hearts and circles, and incised with lines to the borders. Between these at the front, a secondary, smaller, frontal guard panel is mounted and decorated in a similar manner, and incised with decorative grooves and lines which extend along its length. The edges of the three guard plates are finely decorated with fretted triangles and merlons. The side guards are formed with “S” shaped bars. The basket is of pleasing rounded proportions, symmetrical, undamaged, and well worked from thick metal parts. The pommel is cone-shaped with three sets of triple grooves radiating from the pommel button, similar in form to the grooves filed into the frontal guard panel. The three upper arms of the guard are securely tucked into a pronounced groove cut around the lower half of the pommel. Early “S Bar” Scottish basket hilts are not excessively rare but they do not appear for sale often compared to other types. The “S” feature when present on 18th century fully developed Scottish baskets is probably a throw back to the preceding 17th century baskets of ribbon-hilted, and other early Scottish basket forms, which were manufactured with more rudimentary “S” bars in the hilts. The cross guard bar exhibits a steep slope upwards from the front towards the scroll quillon guard. This pronounced rake indicates an early date of manufacture in the chronology of fully developed Scottish basket hilted swords. Of tapering double-edged form the blade is of fine quality manufacture. It has a double fuller each side extending from the hilt through a pronounced ricasso for 10.5 inches (27 cm) along the centre of the blade. The top fuller each side is incised with “IVRGEN AOLLICH” and “INN ARNHEM” in the fuller below, the words interspersed and flanked with patterns of dots. Beyond the fuller terminals a stamp which resembles the head and shoulders of a bishop faces towards the left on each side when the sword is held point upwards. The grip is of spirally grooved wood, covered with shagreen, lacking any binding and the hilt has a leather liner. For an almost identical hilt see Cyril Mazansky, “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, The Boydell Press, 2005 fig E6c page 92 for a hilt made by John Simpson, Armourer in Glasgow (died in 1717). The blade length is 34.5 inches (87.5 cm) and overall the sword is 40.5 inches long (103 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Basket Hilted Sword of Scottish “Glasgow” Style Probably From the Workshop of John Simpson the Younger Circa 1740. This attractive basket hilt is constructed with flattened guard bars of rectangular section decorated in typical “Glasgow” style with longitudinal flutes consisting of finely executed shallow filed grooves along the centre of each bar. The main and secondary guard panels are filed with delicate frets and merlons to the edges, incised with lines and pierced with patterns of circles and triangles. The hilt is solid without any evident repairs or breaks. The conical pommel has a pronounced button on top filed with a double groove around its circumference and is decorated with four sets of grooves  formed in a similar manner to those on the guard bars, and flanked with narrower incised lines, which radiate from the pommel button. Between these crescents have been applied in similar manner with the convex sides facing upwards. The arms of the basket fit into apronounced groove which extends for the full circumference around the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with silver ribbon. Silver ferrules with crescent shaped convex inward facing edges, decorated with raised bands and dots are mounted top and bottom of the grip. The hilt retains a leather liner. The single edged tapering blade has a pronounced fuller extending from the hilt for most of its length either side underneath the spine. Between this and the cutting edge a second wider, shallower, fuller of similar length is present. The blade length is just under 33.5 inches (85 cm) and overall length 39.5 inches (100 cm). This hilt matches a known group of contemporary and similar hilts incised with the initials of the Glasgow maker John Simpson the Younger (II) and seem to date to the later period of his work. Simpson (II) died in 1749. No initials are present on this sword but it was clearly made by one of the leading armourers in Glasgow in a similar style to Simpson (II). Similar swords signed by Simpson (II) are illustrated in Cyril Mazansky’s “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Boydell Press, 2005. For example see pages 111, fig F15, 116, fig F16a). For further examples see Bonhams Arms & Armour sale, London, 1st December 2009, Lot 415, “The Property of a Gentleman, A Rare Scottish Basket-Hilted Broadsword, the Hilt by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow”. Another similar example sold at Thomas Del Mar Ltd, London, Wednesday 7th December 2011, lot 157. This sword is published in the February 2015 Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue in a paper entitled: “Notes on the dating of early Glasgow Style Scottish Basket-Hilted Swords”.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6375
Scottish Highland Officer’s “Pinch of Snuff” Basket Hilted Sword. A fine and attractive Scottish Infantry Officer's “Pinch of Snuff” basket hilted sword dating to the  mid and third quarter periods of the 18th century. The sword is in good condition with its original grip. These swords were carried by officers in Scottish Highland Regiments on British Army service in Europe and in North America during the American Revolutionary War period. The hilt design identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of Scottish military officers' swords. The complex hilt structure consists of oval shaped apertures, mounted between structural guard bars, which are infilled with an elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron of lace-like delicacy. The pommel is of typical mid 18th century British bun shape with an integral pommel button. The pommel neck sits tightly in a circle of iron into which the upper arms of the basket guard are attached. The overall effect is an elegant hilt which occupies a distinct place in the evolution of Scottish basket hilted swords. The hilt type is similar to at least three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dated between 1757 and 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gains its name, and shows an officer in a Highland regiment, probably on service in North America, with the sword tucked under his arm, whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform, circa 1780, auctioned by Christies (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1) and now in the National Museums of Scotland. The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a silver hilted example with the makers marks, “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014 with London hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until at least the 1780’s. Clearly the sword type was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad in the post-Jacobite Rebellion era. The hilt design seems to have evolved from the innovative sword types that came out of the workshops of Stirling in the second quarter of the 18th century.  The hilt of this sword has frontal guard loops formed in the usual manner for traditional construction of Scottish basket hilted swords of the period, forged downwards from the base of the frontal knuckle bow to widen apart and curl upwards to join the bases of the structural side guard bars either side of the blade. The same feature is seen with the sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44, and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. Some Pinch of Snuff swords were manufactured with loop guards forged as a detachable plate, usually pierced to the front with a heart and secured to the hilt by three screws. Some were also manufactured with a vacant oval ring in “horseman” manner.  The single edged tapering blade of this sword has a short ricasso and a pronounced single fuller which extends from the hilt underneath the spine of the blade for three quarters of its length until it becomes double edged. The blade is of infantry length at 30.25 inches long (just under 77 cm). overall the sword is just under 36 inches long (91 cm). The wooden grip is covered with shagreen and spirally bound with different widths of twisted copper wire with decorative “Turks Heads” top and bottom.  The sword is in fine condition overall. 
  • 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 : British
  • 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” 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 armourer who was clearly an accomplished sword maker. 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 crescents at the base which add strength to the structure of the hilt. 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 purposeful incised line decoration and the main guard bars are cut with a decorative groove along the middle. The three structural bars of the guard are curved upwards to 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 hilt 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 John Simpson (I) 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 a little 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 : British
  • Local Price : £5995
Click and use the code 23138 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful 18th Century French Small-Sword of Parcel Gilt and Blued Steel
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5995
Click and use the code 23162 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful 18th Century French Small-Sword of Parcel Gilt Silver, Steel
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5950
Click and use the code 22459 to search for this item on the dealer website Fabulous Provenanced Presentation Sword of the American Revolutionary War & The Potential Indirect Connection to the Declaration of Independence Itself
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £5950
Click and use the code 23266 to search for this item on the dealer website Fabulous WW2 Officers Ancestral Sword For A Prestigous Clan Member Of The Toyatomi Clan
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5850
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 : ?
  • Local Price : £5850.00
3rd Model Colt Dragoon Revolver. A 3rd Model Colt Dragoon Revolver. With octagonal to round sighted barrel with New York City address, with six-shot plain (no scene remaining) cylinder stamped ‘11824', the pistol has matching serial numbers throughout apart from the rammer and wedge - they are numbered 1481, the frame is stamped ‘COLTS PATENT US' brass trigger guard and back-strap, crisp action and indexing. A Scarce pistol! Dimensions: Bore: .44 Calibre Barrel Length: 7.5 Inches (19.05 cm) Overall Length: 14.5 Inches (36.83 cm)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5,850.00
British Georgian Flintlock Heavy Musketoon. British Georgian Flintlock Heavy Musketoon the lock plate engraved with Tower and G R below the crown The large brass barrel struck with good clear proof marks and with flared muzzle. Original stock with brass furniture however signs of an old repair are visible please see images. Complete with brass butt plate and wooden ramrod overall length 112.5cm / 44.25 in the barrel 68.5cm / 27 in For reference please see British Military Firearms by Howard Blackmore plate 20 page 99
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £5750
Click and use the code 20778 to search for this item on the dealer website Wonderful Koto Era, Shibui Battle-Sword Katana, Signed Masakuni Circa 1500
  • Nation : French
  • Local Price : 6900 Euro
de Gassion’s court sword. Rare sword belonging to a Knight of the order of the Holy Spirit ( Royal coat of arms with the collar) and wearing the coat of arms of a member of the de Gassion family ( important French character, see pics), silver chiselled hilt, engraved blade and original locket with Frnch coat of Arms and signature of the maker
  • Nation : American
  • Local Price : £5,650.00
American Presentation Staff and Field High Quality Sword. American Staff and Field High Quality Sword by Horstmann with silver grip and silver cameo scabbard. The silver hilt grip is finely engraved with gilt brass guard and pommel. The blade etched with foliage and trophies of arms and US. With sword makers details Horstmann and sons Philadelphia plus blade maker stamp Weyersberg and the spine marked PROOF. It is complete with stunning shagreen cover scabbard with deluxe gilt mounts with engraved silver disk inserts and presentation over plaque which reads as follows PRESENTED TO CAPT GILLMORE BY THE MEMBERS OF CO II 48TH REGT P.V 1862 Please note two small areas of damage to shargreen
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £5450.00
Cased Colt Pocket Revolver. A Cased 6” Colt Pocket Revolver, No: 89789 for 1856. With octagonal sighted barrel, stamped ‘ADDRESS SAM COLT NEW YORK CITY' with five-shot cylinder engraved with stage coach hold up scene and stamped '89789', the pistol has matching serial numbers throughout, the frame is stamped with patent dates and the calibre, silvered trigger guard and back-strap, with pin and notch hammer sight. In its original case with accessories. Notes: The pistol retains 65% of its original finish. The bore is mint. From a private collection. Dimensions: Bore: .36 calibre Barrel Length: 6 Inches Overall Length:
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5450
North European Cavalry Sword Circa 1600. An attractive North European Riding Sword dating to the early 17th century, mounted with an intricately chiselled and engraved hilt, in fine and original condition. The long blade retains its full “riding” length and the sword is well balanced in hand. Made for right hand use, the prominent feature of the hilt is the clam guard formed into seven segments which increase in size as they fan outwards  from the quillon block, then upwards towards the pommel, the largest in the middle. Each segment is protected at the edge by a thick scalloped rim of iron. The segments in turn are pierced alternately with designs of stars and circles, or foliage, with the middle segment containing foliage and a grotesque face, possibly a representation of a “green man” towards the top. From the top edge of the middle segment a side guard bar of flattened section extends upwards to screw into the pommel.  On the inside of the hilt a smaller oval ring is forged onto the block, infilled with a plate pierced with circles and stars similar to some of the segments in the main shell guard panel, plus a thumb ring. From the front of the block a flat section knuckle bow extends upwards in a “D” shape, the end of which is screwed into the pommel in similar manner to the side guard bar.  Beneath this a long flattened primary quillon curls downwards at the front to terminate in a swelling, and is complemented by a smaller quillon of similar form to the rear.  Both guard bars and quillons on the outside are engraved with floral designs similar to the main guard shell face of the hilt, and underneath. The oval pommel is mounted with an integral pommel button on top  decorated with horizontal rings, and a flared neck beneath, also decorated with rings at its narrowest point. The pommel is fluted with grooves and rounded ridges, and similar to the hilt is further engraved with foliage on the outer side. Clearly the intricate decoration on the hilt is applied to the outside where it is most likely to be noticed when the sword is either in-hand or in its scabbard. The attractive and intricate cylindrical grip is of wood, diagonally bound with twisted copper rope-work, interspersed with copper ribbon, and “Turks Heads”  top and bottom. The double-edged blade has a short ricasso secured at the hilt by triangular langets either side. A shallow broad fuller extends for approximately a quarter of the blade length. On one side inside the fuller a stylised running wolf armourers mark is incised in lines filled with latten. The blade gently tapers to its point. The blade length is 38.75 inches (98.5 cm) and overall the sword is 45 inches (114.25 cm) long.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5,450.00
Very Fine Pair of Flintlock Queen Anne Cannon Barrel Holster Pistols by Griffin. SN 8724. A Very Fine Pair of Flintlock Queen Anne Cannon Barrel Holster Pistols by Griffin. 12 1/2&157; overall, 7&157; turn off 18 bore, three stage cannon barrels, reinforcing ring at muzzles, numbered ’1’ and ’2’ respectively. Breeches numbered to correspond & each engraved ’London’ on top with London Gunmakers Company proof. Signed ´Griffin Bond Street London´ beneath the L shaped frizzen spring & with a band of foliage behind, waisted border engraved tangs each decorated with foliage, border engraved actions, cocks & steels, D-shaped sliding trigger guard, safety catches each decorated with a flower head on the border engraved bow. Swelling figured butts each carved in low relief with a shell behind the barrel tang, cast and chased mounts comprising pierced foliate side plates & centred on a vacant cartouche, escutcheons each engraved with owner’s crest within a foliate border, & grotesque mask caps. Circa 1730 In very good condition one cock expertly replaced.&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; Provenance:The Dr Robert Rabett Collection Exhibited at The Craft of the Gunmaker, 1640-1870, Guildhall Museum, Rochester-upon-Medway, August 1991-January 1992, cat. no. 48 Benjamin Griffin, father of Joseph, was apprenticed to Samuel Harrison in 1719. He was allowed to prove guns by the Gunmakers’ Company between 1724 and 1731, and despite being told to give up work by the Gunmakers’ Company he continued trading in Bond Street between 1735 and 1770, the year of his death. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5450
Click and use the code 23637 to search for this item on the dealer website Very Rare WW1 German Airship Bataillon ´Luftschiffer´ Regt. Nr.1 Officer&#acute;s Sword, of the Elite Imperial German Kaiser´s Guarde Infantry.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £5250
Scottish Dragoon Basket Hilted Sword for a member of the French Scots Guard. A scarce example of a Scottish made basket hilted sword dating to circa 1740 mounted with a French blade. The sword was most likely made for a Scot in French military service. Historically there has been a long relationship between Scotland and France. By the mid-18th century many sons of Scottish gentry had followed family traditions and served as mercenaries with the French army, disregarding whether France was at war with England at the time, for hundreds of years. The most prestigious honour for a Scot in French service was to be selected to become a member of one of the French King’s elite Scots Guard Regiments. During the 18th century after the failure of the Jacobite rebellions, many fugitive Scots found a home in the French army fighting for the French crown. This sword was probably made for a member of a French Scots Guard regiment. The blade is of excellent quality. It has a short ricasso above which on both sides is the name “Solingen” indicating that the blade was made in this German town on order from France, probably as a batch, and made in the French taste. The blade is heavy and long at 36.5 inches (92.5 cm). It is of hollow ground tapering diamond section with a flattened spine running down the centre to the tip. On one side of the blade near the hilt, a panel inset amongst incised scrolls and foliage, contains the French phrase “VIVE LE ROY” (long live the king). On the other is an armorial with French fleur de lys depicted panels amongst scrolls, lattices and foliage. An eight pointed star is depicted below this then the word “Cavalier” below this. Given that the word “Cavalier” in French means “Horseman”, this, combined with the length and weight of the blade, clearly indicates that the blade was made for a Dragoon or similar mounted soldier. The hilt is also of “Horseman” type. It is mounted with the British Horseman’s oval ring which replaces one of two main frontal guard panels which are more usually found on Scottish hilts. The basket guard is heavy, to balance the heavy blade, and large, in order to accommodate the gloved hand of the user. The basket is made in the traditional Scottish manner with a large scrolled wrist guard. The guard plates are pierced with heart and circle patterns and further decorated with incised vertical and horizontal lines. The arms of the guard are secured in a groove chiselled around the pommel just below its middle. The cone shaped pommel has a button on top from which three sets of triple lines radiate to the edge. The grip has iron ferrules top and bottom, is made from a baluster shaped spirally grooved hardwood core, covered with shagreen and bound with now blackened twisted silver wire. The hilt also retains its liner. The pommel has the store keeper or unit number of 2/61 engraved upon it. French armourers attempt to accommodate for the tastes of Scottish soldiers serving their armies in that they did try to manufacture basket hilted swords in the Scottish manner. However, they are almost all of much poorer quality than Scottish made hilts. Despite this they were serviceable swords, were used and many survive today. However, it is of no surprise that Scots would take their own hilts to France or perhaps even the French army would purchase them from Scottish armourers. In his book “The Auld Alliance – Scotland and France: The Military Connection, Mainstream Publishing 1989, Stephen Wood chronicles the history of Scots military service for the French. He comments on these sword types with illustrations. The sword is in robust and solid condition.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £4,995.00
Fine Pair of Flintlock Brass Holster Box Lock Pistols by Nicholson of London. SN 8675. A fine Pair of Flintlock Brass Pistols by Nicholson of London. 12&157; overall, 6&157; two stage octagonal to round barrels, London proofs. Ramrods to the underside, one with worm, &194;&160;border engraved box-lock actions signed ’45 Cornhill LONDON’ within a ribbon, and to the left ’NICHOLSON’ . Ring necked cocks,sliding thumb piece safety catches that also lock the pans, figured walnut butts with brass long eared butt caps, silver shield shaped escutcheons and steel trigger guards. Circa 1780. Very attractive pistols 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; William Nicholson -&194;&160;Free of Gunmakers Co. by redemption 1780. Took Livery 1788. Elected Assistant 1790; Master 1793. Gunmaker at 17 Houndsditch 1779-86; 45 Cornhill, 1786-94. Contractor to East India Co. 1779-94. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (https://antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £4995
Click and use the code 20889 to search for this item on the dealer website Exceptional All Silver Mounted Flintlock Musket,18th to Early 19th century of Royal Quality
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $4995.00
Exceptional Ottoman Silver-Mounted Flintlock Pistol with Folding Bayonet, ca. 1830. Featuring octagonal 8″ barrel of approximately .65 caliber, with the upper three planes engraved and decorated with silver damascening in foliate pattern; maker's mark in silver on the tang. Spring-mounted folding bayonet with sliding catch and push button release decorated ensuite. Lock with roller and gold-lined flash pan, finely engraved with foliate decor. Figured hardwood full stock profusely inlaid with silver wire in foliate pattern (minor silver loss). Steel trigger guard and twin side plates, each engraved with foliage and checkering ensuite. Cast and chased silver buttcap, wrist escutcheon, and barrel tang surround. Exceptional workmanship with nearly every surface decorated in fine detail. Mechanically fine with very strong mainspring. Overall length 14″ with bayonet folded, 17 3/4″ with bayonet extended. Please email us for high resolution photos of this extraordinary piece.
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £4950.00
Untouched Basket Hilted Sword. With tapering single edged blade cut with two narrow fullers running along the back edge, the fullers are stamped X X ANDREA X X on one side and X X FARARA X X on the other, many sword ‘cuts' and ‘knicks' to the cutting edge, iron guard of slender line engraved bars of rectangular section framing fretted incised panels with circular shaped piercings, the central and side panels each pierced with hearts (some splits and cracks commensurate with age) fluted bun shaped pommel with button, original wire bound fish skin grip and liner. The sword is russet uncleaned colour overall. It is scarce to find an untouched example. Dimensions: Blade Length: Overall Length:
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £4950
Click and use the code 21852 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb 5th to 7th Century Roman & Goth Period ´Ceremonially Folded´ Sword, From a Pagan Ritual, A Warrior´s Spartha Sword, and War Shield Mounts
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £4950.00
Cased Pair of Flintlock Pistols by H. Nock. A Cased Pair of Flintlock Officers Pistols by H. Nock. With browned sighted octagonal barrels, with breeches signed ‘LONDON' foliate engraved tangs incorporating rear-sights, signed stepped, bevelled locks fitted with sliding safety catches and engraved "NOCK' full-stocked in walnut, cut with chequering at the grips and with engraved steel mounts comprising trigger guards decorated with foliage on the bow and pineapple finials and turned ramrod pipes, with original brass-tipped ramrods: in an associated lined and fitted case, with some accessories including powder flask, turn-screw and flints, with reproduction trade-label in the lids, the exterior of the lid with circular brass escutcheon (vacant). A good honest pair of officers pistols. NOCK Henry New pattern lock rejected by Ordnance in 1770. Gunlock smith. Made set of gauges for Gunmakers Company Proof House, 1781. Free of Gunmakers Co., by redemption 1784. Took Livery, 1795. Elected Assistant, 1798; Master 1802. Appointed Gunsmith-in-Ordinary to George III, 1789. In celebration of King's health recovery, displayed at Ludgate Hill 'an Imperial Crown, beautifully ornamented and very rich illumination of coloured lamps' (St. James's Chronicle, 25 April 1789). Made 7-barrelled rifled and pistol for Prince of Wales, 1790-2 (Royal Collection at Windsor Nos 154, 203). Contractor to Ordnance, 1771-1804; East India Co. (and Royal East India Volunteer Regt.) made 7 barrel guns, 1780; screwless lock 1786; wall piece, 1788; Duke of Richmond's Musket, 1792; Royal Horse Artillery Pistol, 1793...succeeded by James Wilkinson. Howard L. Blackmore (1986) Gunmakers Of London, 1350-1850. George Shumway Publisher. USA. Dimensions: Bore: Barrel Length: Overall Length:
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : £4950.00
Cased Pair of Percussion Pistols by D. Egg. A Cased Pair of Percussion Officers Pistols by D. Egg. With heavy sighted octagonal barrels, signed ‘D.Egg, No.1 Pall Mall, London' along the top flats, converted from flintlock to percussion, with foliate engraved breeches and tangs incorporating rear-sights, percussion locks signed ‘John Thomson' (possibly the gunmaker that converted the guns from flint) half-stocked in walnut (one stock cracked through and repaired) cut with chequering at the grip, vacant rectangular escutcheons, with engraved steel mounts comprising butt-caps and trigger guards depicting a tiger in the wild, stylised pineapple finials: in their original lined case with accessories including powder flask and loading rod, the interior of the lid with Eggs label, the exterior of the lid with flush fitting carrying handle. Durs Egg Son of Leonz Egg, gunmaker, Switzerland. Born 1748, baptised Urs Christian. After a short stay in Paris, came to London and worked for John Twigg, 1772. Granted denization in 1791. Gunmaker & Sword Cutler. Became gunmaker to George IV & Duke of York. Renowned for his fine workmanship. THOMSON John His ‘new & ingenious method of applying the Copper Cap Percussion principle to the Soldiers Musquet' rejected by Ordnance, 1826. Percussion guns bearing his name have been noted which have a removable striker and pellet nipple. Howard L. Blackmore (1986) Gunmakers Of London 1350-1850, George Shumway Publishing, York, Pennsylvania, USA. Dimensions: Bore: Barrel Length: Overall Length:
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £4950
Click and use the code 23559 to search for this item on the dealer website Personalised & Named Naval Sword of an 1804 Naval Hero Commodore of a British East Indiaman Fleet & His Original Framed Portrait
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £4950
Click and use the code 23121 to search for this item on the dealer website Super 700 Year Old Koto Era Samurai Sword Nagamaki Naoshi.
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  • Seller : sword-bayonet
Bronze age axe head found in FranceReal ancient  artifactGenuine museum quality item Yes I do combine shipping Bid with confidence My sale is not final until you hold the item and like it . If you don't like it , money back warranty ; no questions ask14 days returnEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194533363153?hash=item2d4b178dd1:g:HbIAAOSwyGphjFBn
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Antique Viking finishing combat whip Yes I do combine shipping Bid with confidence My sale is not final until you hold the item and like it . If you don't like it , money back warranty ; no questions ask14 days returnEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194533363652?hash=item2d4b178fc4:g:9ksAAOSwh0thjFB0
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USA Made Vintage 1950's Craftsman Sabre Saw 100 Model no 315-27980 in metal carry case. This saber saw is from my Dad,it is used as can be seen by the markings on the edges.  Note the repair to the power cord, but it does include the allen key and there appears to be a spare blade in the metal carry box. The saw is pretty heavy but runs smoothly and does its job...Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/185192676588?hash=item2b1e57fcec:g:nFYAAOSw6Z1hirIF
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Untitled Document vvvv                                                              PLEASE VISIT MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR ANTIQUE, VINTAGE OR COLLECTIBLE WEAPONS                     Scroll down for MANY pictures! Please give it some time, large files might take a while to load!                     You are bidding on an antique Civil War era 1863 dated, Model 1940 NCO Sword made by C. ROBY. Good condition, few dark areas on the blade. The guard has been modified a bit on one side, not recently likely back in 19th century as patina is uniform, hard to notice. Good clear marks and date. The sword is 38 inches long from which the blade is 32 inches. No scabbard. Very nice sword. See all the pictures bellow.         Please check back often as I will be listing many interesting items. No reserve and don't forget to have have fun doing it... and bid high:- )         Buyer pays shipping.                     Payment expected in 1-3 days after the auction ends.                     Feel free to ask any questions at any time or request more pictures.                     PLEASE VISIT MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR ANTIQUE, VINTAGE OR COLLECTIBLE WEAPONS . BID WITH CONFIDENCE                                      Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/393742523661?hash=item5bace21d0d:g:WXMAAOSwYDRhbF5r
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German Germany Bavarian Antique WW1 Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard German Germany Bavarian Antique WW1 Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Original German Bavarian WW1 Engraved Officer's Sword with ScabbardOne handle grip has a crack but is still solidThe hilt has a bit of movement (1 on the 1 to 5 scale)37 1/4" total lengthThe blade is 328"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/165214198508?hash=item2677889aec:g:DYIAAOSweJ9hqX2n
  • Seller : cappydog1
WWII M38 Carcano Cavalry carbine Stock and handguard. Both look like they have cracks.(see pics). The cracks seem stable,but are there. Both show use..dings,scrapes etc. Could use some cleaning.  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/384536608964?hash=item59882b00c4:g:1DcAAOSw5BJhoT-U
  • Seller : kascri
GERMANY ANTIQUE WW1 WKC LION HEAD ARTILLERY OFFICER'S SWORD SWORDS W/ SCABBARDEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/284548185575?hash=item424064bde7:g:GO0AAOSwRHlhGay3
  • Seller : blucher2659
 Typical Polish Karabela Sword International shipping , check the priceNo shipping to RussiaEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/175040965219?hash=item28c1412a63:g:Zu0AAOSw6lZhkVEo
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England Brown Bess Bayonet Production 1790-1820 Makin Crowned "6" Rare History. Absolutely Rare Historical Item belongs in a museum Condition – Overall condition is good to great - Blade T-Back nice patina, good to great shape, no dings, tip perfectHandle – small nick as pictured, not affecting useLength – Overall 21.75”Outstanding historical item for your collection, guaranteed authentic EBay determines shipping cost, will ship promptlyUS Shipping only, no international salesThanks for viewing – make today a great day!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224715855368?hash=item34521bd608:g:I9YAAOSw34FhpA8c
  • Seller : lock-stock-and-barrel
Items: Rifle Bayonet / Sword & Scabbard Era: WWICountry: United StatesBranch: Army Manufacturer: Rock Island Armory / RIAModel: M1905Serial #: 302060Press Catch: Functional with decent spring tensionScabbard: Bad condition, falling apart and plastic dried outGun Model: M1903 (also fits M1903A3 and M1 Garand)Ammo Type: .30-06 Caliber Markings: The markings are on the ricasso of this bayonet. The right side has "US 302060" and on the right side, "RIA 1917" and a flaming bomb. Scabbard has no markings. Item is photographed on a 1" grid with 1/4" dotsBlade Length: Approximately 16"Knife OAL: Approximately 20 1/2" Muzzle Ring Diameter: 5/8"Originality: Original Quantity: 1xDescription: This is a WWI US M1903 .30-06 caliber rifle M1905 Rock Island Armory bayonet and scabbard                                                                               Condition: The bayonet is in good serviceable condition. Pommel, spine and crosspiece are in fair condition with some minor dings and rust. Latch works. Grips are wood and have some minor chips, dings and scratches. Blade spine and blade edge have some minor nicks. There is light pitting and scratches on the blade, plus rust. It retains some of its finish and it has markings. Scabbard is in bad shape. Plastic is dried out and several parts are either missing or it simply shrank? Plastic is not bound at the top or bottom. Wood is split, chipped and missing pieces at the tip. Plastic seam is coming apart. Throat is rusty, but the latches are present and functional - so the bayonet still locks inside. Plastic is discolored and there are no markings we can see. As with all used items, a light cleaning may be necessary to meet your standards. Please see our photographs for a better understanding of the contents and its condition. FAQ:We do combine on shipping, you generally pay highest shipping first and $1 for each additional item.We do not have a Buy It Now, the item needs to sell at auction.We do not offer international shipping.All items included in this auction are shown in the pictures, and only the items shown in the pictures are included in the auction. If there is a discrepancy between the description and the pictures - trust the pictures! Check out my OTHER ITEMS!Be sure to add me to your FAVORITES LIST!Bidder Instructions:Please feel free to ask any questions you have and we will answer them as accurately and as quickly as possible.  We do not wish to deceive anyone and will do whatever we can to make our customers happy; just let us know if there is anything we can do for you.Winning Bidder Instructions: Please complete payment through ebay. (contact us for alternative methods)Please leave feedback when your item is happily received, we will leave feedback when payment is received. If you are not satisfied, for any reason, please contact us before leaving negative or neutral feedback, we strive our hardest to make our customers happy and offer free returns on everything - we always stand behind everything we say & sell.  Shipping / Payment:Sales tax applied depending on the buyer's location and eBay policy. Sales tax is now handled through eBay, we have no control over this process.Please select "Local Pickup" upon checkout if you would like to arrange local pick up at our Simi Valley, CA office.Shipping cost includes insurance and signature confirmation on orders over $500. This is to ensure your item arrives safe and secure.Again, free refunds are offered on all items to ensure our customers will be happy with their experience with us.Good Luck!WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.govEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313754451421?hash=item490d38fddd:g:YjYAAOSwPuZhnYEA
  • Seller : lioubov2007
SWORD ,Epee sous-officier de infaterie de marine.mod.1884-87 (annee 1970), remise à un lieutenant du 2RIMa. Lame gravée. En Tbe. Bon fourreau sans coup ni bosse. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265429490770?hash=item3dccd49c52:g:FRoAAOSwrPdhpkIU
  • Seller : bigduke6
A rare German Model 1884/98 first Pattern Bayonet with leather scabbard. Both the bayonet and scabbard are unit marked. A nice early item.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/353783251569?hash=item525f200271:g:BlsAAOSwgathnxAz
  • Seller : consignments-with-us
WELCOME TO MY AUCTION !ANTIQUE ISLAMIC ARABIC PRESENTATION SAIF SHAMSHIR SWORD FROM SAUDI ARABIA KING.DEAR BIDDERS, PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO THE SITUATION IN THE WORLD INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS WITH USPS ARE NOT RELIABLE SO WE WILL ONLY SHIP INTERNATIONALLY BY FEDEX ONLY, IT IS MORE COSTLY BUT VERY SAFE AND RELIABLE. THE EXACT SHIPPING COST FOR INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS WILL BE CALCULATED AFTER THE SALE AND WILL BE SLIGHTLY HIGHER THAN THE PRICE POSTED ON THE LISTING. YOU WILL BE PAYING EXACTLY WHAT IT COSTS US TO SHIP YOUR ITEM WITH FEDEX, NOT A DOLLAR MORE. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING ~ !                                              THE TOTAL LENGTH IS  38" BLADE IS   30"                                                       Please refer to pictures for item conditions. Please take a moment to review this note:  We are helping a friend to liquidate several collections of Antique and Military related items he recently accepted on consignment from several collectors but is unable to list them himself due to his intense travel schedule.  WE ARE PROFESSIONAL eBay SELLERS AND HAVE ALSO STARTED TO TAKE CONSIGNMENTS FROM DEALERS AND PRIVATE COLLECTORS. INDIVIDUAL ITEMS, AS WELL AS LARGE COLLECTIONS, ARE WELCOMED TO BE CONSIGNED WITH US FOR SALE ON eBay(Please contact us for details).We will be happy to answer any questions regarding the condition and nuances of the item's preservation state. However we are not knowledgeable enough to provide the detailed history of most weapons and antiques, so we decided to list all military items, described to the best of our knowledge, in one category, hoping most of them will fall into that range and period of time, assuming some of the items may in fact be Earlier or Later than the category they are listed in. We also are listing Most items with Very low starting bids and no reserve, allowing the bidders to determine the value of the item for themselves. No hidden fees or reserves unless requested by consignor, Higher bidder Wins, Express shipping available at Extra cost.Please ask questions and place bids at the level you are comfortable with to pay for the item in a timely manner.Should there be any problem with the item's condition or shipping time, PLEASE do not open any disputes or complaints before contacting us and giving us the opportunity to take care of any problem that may arise.Thank you for the time taken to read this notice, for your trust and interest in our items, we will do everything we can to leave our buyers perfectly satisfied with their purchases. Combined shipping is available.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334233885264?hash=item4dd1e45a50:g:KUAAAOSwGHphobW0
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For sale  US Krag Bayonet Blade is approx. 11 3/4inches long and finished bright.Blade is marked US on one side and 1902 the other side.There are patches of staining on both sides but NO pitting. Guard and pommel are also finished bright.Left side grip has a rack number "50"- stamped on it.Right grip has a different rack number "2" K stamped on it.No large dents or chips on either side.Scabbard is late type with a blue finish turning plum color with age ( most blue below hanger is an  areas where finish is gone & some staining (reverse side)With the last picture, a false edge of blade has minor , barely noticeable dents....the last 5 inch of blade.A great bayonet in super condition considering it is over 100yrs old.Good Luck in bidding.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/284545663047?hash=item42403e4047:g:JY0AAOSwngxhLlMU
  • Seller : jp10150
This is the Swiss M1957 Sig Export bayonet with the Leather Frog.  This bayonet has the black ribbed plastic grip and a double edged blade. This particular variation were exported to Chile for use by their Armed Forces. The cross-guard is stamped..V over 176452..the other side has the Swiss cross along with the circle. The Frog is stamped..Swiss cross..SZ..J.Walther..Buchs  67.This bayonet is in extrodinary condition, it measures 14.5 inches with the blade at 9.5 inches.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234307571071?hash=item368dd1cd7f:g:U30AAOSwi7JholPj
  • Seller : jp10150
This is a WWII Belgium model 1924 Mauser Bayonet long blade with matched numbers scabbard...    Most of these bayonets were shipped Lithuania, Yugoslavia, Greece and Indonesia as well as some South American Countries. A few years ago they were being found in unused condition in warehouses in Europe and some S. American countries. This one is in near mint condition. This bayonet measures 20.1/4  inches with the blade at 15 inches.. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/334234428320?hash=item4dd1eca3a0:g:y08AAOSw9QlholHY
  • Seller : mo_smilin
Folded steel tapered blade is tight to black horn handle with slight crazing on one side of horn as seen.  Base of blade shows engraving typical of European blades in the 1800 era or a bit before, and also shows etching to display layers typical of Indonesian or Malay weapons.  Blade appears to have been made for a European hunting sword and captured or traded to an SE Asian.  Relatively unusual piece and very handy.  Style of engraving suggests blade may have originally been blued and gilt.  Holes drilled in base of blade (some only partway through) seem like typical Malay talismanic work, perhaps filled or meant to be filled with brass or silver inlays at one time.  All alterations are old and as found.  Dagger not dirk, gunong, tempius, pinuti, saber.  Wooden scabbard with horn ferule has been glued together from several splintered pieces; has splits and voids and is missing its lower tip as seen.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133948126071?hash=item1f2fee3377:g:uAYAAOSwRxBhcWAR
  • Seller : mo_smilin
forged tapered blade is tight to carved wooden handle.  Carved sheath marked Samar (Island on Visayan Sea) has a chip out at the throat as seen.  Condition is as seen.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/144310184296?hash=item21998ea968:g:HgYAAOSwEfJg3gZI
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A very nice antique Piso Podang Sword, circa late 1800's , brass handle . Borneo/Sumatra, length 34 inches the blade only is 26.3/4 inches , in good condition but the blade needs cleaning, has been left as found .                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 International postage costs are given as a guide, please wait for a invoice on the cost of postage , or ask for a price to your address.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/115121113971?hash=item1acdc0cb73:g:asgAAOSwztddDyfx
  • Seller : hennadiy2006
Antique German Germany WW1 Bayonet Sword Knife Dagger Portepee Knot Antique German Germany WW1 Bayonet Sword Knife Dagger Portepee Knot German WW1 Bayonet / Sword / Dagger Portepee KnotRestoredOriginal tassel and modern replacement leather part  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133945745820?hash=item1f2fc9e19c:g:rqYAAOSwz7RhoD-r
  • Seller : sword-bayonet
European Rapier Sword Handle All Iron Solid Strong My sale is not final until you hold the item and like it . If you don't like it , money back warranty ; no questions ask14 days returnEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/194533365555?hash=item2d4b179733:g:w84AAOSwrBlhMBNV
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Greetings: We are offering for sale a CIVIL WAR ERA SwordUnknown MakerUnknown ModelIve been told this is a 1872 Cavalry Saber ~ PLEASE SEE PHOTOGRAPHS AND MEASUREMENTS AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.BRASS GUARDWIRE WRAPPED GRIPORIGINAL ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLE!Condition is fair to good. Blade shows oxidation wear; Scattered surface marks. Wire wrapped wood grip is good with one split; Tight wrapping. Brass guard with nice patina; Scattered age-wear. Guard is slightly loose. 37 1/4" Total Length31 1/2" Blade LengthSOLD AS IS ~ AS FOUND ~ ASK QUESTIONS SEE OUR OTHER SWORD AUCTIONS!*** PAYMENT IS DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS OF PURCHASE OR SALE IS VOID ***PLEASE LOOK AT ALL PHOTOGRAPHS FOR CONDITION AS THEY ARE PART OF DESCRIPTIONNO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING U.S. SHIPPING ONLYUSPS SHIPPING WITH INSURANCE Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/185194335762?hash=item2b1e714e12:g:xYYAAOSwyS5hhrRD
  • Seller : hennadiy2006
Argentina WW1 German Made Mauser Matching # Bayonet Fighting Knife w/ Scabbard Argentina WW1 German Made Mauser Matching # Bayonet Fighting Knife w/ Scabbard Original Argentina WW1 German Made Mauser Matching # Bayonet with ScabbardSolid Push-button works20 1/2" long with 15 3/4" bladeIf you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/144306690503?hash=item21995959c7:g:mkcAAOSwME5hoEMo
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98/05 "BUTCHER BLADE BAYONET" MANUFACTURED BY WEYERSBERG OF SOLINGEN GERMANY IN 1917.  FROG APPEARS TO HAVE ISSUING DEPOT IDENTIFICATION EMBOSSED ON BACK (SEE WORLD BAYONETS WEB SITE). ADDITIONALLY THERE APPEARS TO BE A LABEL AFFIXED TO THE FROG WITH A SOLDIER'S NAME PRINTED ON IT.OFFERED AS IS/NO RETURNS.SHIPS ONLY TO CONTINENTAL USEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234310827544?hash=item368e037e18:g:P~AAAOSw-XphpUlR
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L'histoireLe talwar est né aux côtés d'autres épées courbes telles que le shamshir persan, le kilij turc et le pulwar afghan, qui étaient tous à l'origine dérivés d'épées courbes antérieures développées en Asie centrale turque.Il existe de nombreuses variantes du sabre Talwar avec différents types de lames. Certaines lames sont très courantes. Cependant, toutes ces lames sont courbes, et la grande majorité des talwars ont des lames plus typiques d'un sabre Talwar de régulation. De nombreux modèles de sabre présentent une courbure en demi-lame. L'élargissement de la lame près de la pointe est relativement courant. Il semblerait que la lame du sabre de cavalerie légère britannique modèle 1796 ressemble à certains exemples de talwar, le sabre de talwar aurait pu marquer la conception du sabre britannique.Longueur totale:  83 cmLongueur sans le fourreau:  78,5 cmThis is a superb Indian Talwar saber. The handle is white steel, quite robust with a slight play, in good condition. The blade is curved and in very good condition for its age. The saber is with its original scabbard which is in good condition, still solid, without lack, which is very rare. Talwar sabers are sold in most cases without a scabbard because they were made from rudimentary materials (wood, leather, trim). Very beautiful saber recovered in a garage sale, never cleaned, in very good condition for its age. Do not hesitate, the saber is very beautiful and pleasant to hold in the hand and to look at.By purchasing this superb saber, you will be in possession of a rare model of the legendary Indian saber '' Talwar '' which inspired the most famous British manufactures in the design of their sabers. It could perfectly complement your Talwar collection or sublimate your window as an exotic piece.PLEASE NOTE : This piece is unique, I don't have a duplicate.I answer your questions, do not hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for postage delays and losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so that your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal.SHIPPINGEurope: 35 eurosPoland and Bulgaria: 50 eurosChina, Canada, United States: 100 euros (By Fedex)Don't let this unique collector's item slip away, there won't be something for everyone.Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154730314383?hash=item2406a53a8f:g:YFEAAOSwmZJfcOai
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Prussian Artillery Sword P.D. Luneschloss 1906 Reverse Blade Blankwaffen Blucher Prussian Artillery Sword P.D. Luneschloss 1906 Reverse Blade Blankwaffen Blucher Listed is a 1906 Prussian M73 Artillery Saber!What we have here is something truly special. This listed historic artillery saber is an M1873 Prussian backsword with a reverse mounted blade. This blade features heavy duty iron guard, pommel and backstrap with a sword not slot. It has a well fitted wood grip that is bulged in the middle with remnants of a leather covering. The heavy iron cross guard has a hole drilled on its upper portion and 2 tangs that extend upwards on either side of where the blades leather rain guard would be. The blade itself measures roughly 30" in length not accounting for curve and is 1.25" thick at the base with a single 5/8" fuller extending along the rear edge and coming to a point at the tip. The rear edge is flat, measuring in at over 1/4" thick at the base and has a false edge which taper begins about 5" from the blades tip. The ricasso is stamped "PD Luneschloss". The back side of the base of the blade is stamped with a crown, beneath which you'll find the initial "W" and the numbers 06 indicating an inspection date of 1906. The backstrap and collar also have matching crown stamps. The side of the cross guard is stamped "1.A.F.II.L.H.90".The blade on this artillery saber is mounted backwards, meaning if you hold the grip in the proper orientation and extended out in front of you the blade will curve down with the tip towards the ground and the sharp edge towards the face of the wielder. I see no marks or indications that the blade has been disassembled which leads me to believe it was originally assembled this way. The patina on the top nut appears to match that of the pommel and backpiece and I would say the same of the grip rivet. Few matching examples of this have been found in my research and no explanations have been given. Various forums have users believing it could be for the sake of comfortable use while on horseback, keeping the point towards to ground with the sharp edge forward and a straight wrist allowing the horse to do all the work. Other speculation point to ceremonial purposes or even just manufacturing defect but it does in fact have inspection stamps so the latter seems unlikely. This piece of history is truly something to behold. All metal sports a matching deep patina that gives an incredible look and texture to the saber. There is a small section on the collar and backstrap where you can see the original steel color. The sharp edge is in shockingly good condition though there are some dings and dents as seen in the photos. The rear edge also has dings and dents but they all add character. At the base of the blade you will find a leather rain guard that sure as heck looks original to my eyes. The wood grip has worn down to reveal the tang near the base but feels very solid and has little to no play. There is some rust on the ricasso and near the top nut but it is minimal.If you have any questions or concerns regarding this listing then please do not hesitate to reach out! Furthermore, if you have any info regarding backwards mounted blades then please do send us a message!We currently have ANOTHER Prussian M73 Artillery saber with a backwards mounted blade listed here on Ebay so please check that out if you are interested! PAYMENT POLICYPayment must be made within 3 days of auction ending or a non-paying bidder case will be opened. We only accept Ebay managed payments as PayPal is no longer supported. If you are local you can view or pick the item up in person anytime from 9am-5pm PST Monday through Friday. Please ask any and all questions you may have regarding payment prior to placing a bid. Thank you. RETURN POLICY Returns will be accepted at our expense ONLY if the item was not properly described! We will not pay for your buyers remorse! Returns must be made within 30 days or we will not be able to help you. Any and all refunds will be made once the item is back in our possession and in the EXACT same condition it was when we mailed it out. Any and all returns outside of the above mentioned criteria are subject to a 20% restocking fee and will be accepted at our discretion. Please ask any and all questions related to our return policy prior to placing a bid. Thank you.  vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/353792556468?hash=item525fadfdb4:g:1kgAAOSwhWZhqHbW
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WWII GERMAN K98 MAUSER COMBAT BAYONET WITH MATCHING NUMBERS ON THE BLADE AND SCABBARD IN GREAT CONDITION MAKER DATED 1942. Please look at my photographs for actual item and condition . No Reserve . Please feel free to ask any questions you may have .      ALL MY PIECES ARE ESTATE UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN DESCRIPTION. ·UNITED STATES SHIPPING   We offer combined shipping on multiple orders.  In this event, please wait to receive a combined invoice before completing payment. You may notify us via eBay message of your continued bidding to help us best assist you. We give up to 10 Days from first items ending date for combined orders, or an unpaid case will open. Once a payment is made no other orders can be combined with that order.   We use the USPS shipping service through EBay so you can track your package right online. You will receive your tracking number via messages.   We do offer LOCAL PICK UP   INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING Please review the eBay Global Shipping Program before bidding. These orders will be subject to domestic shipping charges along with any taxes, tariffs or customs charges from the destination country.   If you are not 100% satisfied with your item you may return within 30 days of received date. We do our best to present accurate information about every item we sell. If you have any questions please feel free to ask through message.   WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND THANK YOU FOR VIEWING OUR LISTING!Sellebrity Analytics  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/403329736926?hash=item5de85360de:g:WukAAOSwb3xhp7Yq
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RARE & UNUSUAL CONTINENTAL 19th CENTURY TRIAL or EXPERIMENTAL KNIFE BAYONET: In very good original condition. No scabbard. 15 7/8 inch overall length. Very good 11 ½ blade with very good markings. Very good metal bearing a pleasing age patina mixed with some surface oxidation in areas. A highly unusual bayonet with a similar one referenced in the Bayonet Atlas (ABC) Vol 1 ABC N 524 P. 1413. No reserve…  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154727400837?hash=item240678c585:g:uuwAAOSweIRhprax
  • Seller : therupturedduck1945
WW2 German Long Fireman's Bayonet UnmarkedBayonet is in good condition. Unmarked.Grip has light surface wear. Blade is good with a couple spots.Scabbard has some paint wear and leather frog is somewhat stiff.Overall a nice example.Will ship international. Please be aware of your countries custom/import regulations.The Ruptured Duck guarantees this to be an original pre 1945 item and will offer a written life time guarantee regarding originality.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154727127005?hash=item24067497dd:g:CmsAAOSwp45hpnIb
  • Seller : kara-kopek
Farsi Marked Iranian WW2 Czech Made Bayonet, second part of the contract, very uncommon, the majority of Czech Persian bayonets are unmarked.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133948030747?hash=item1f2fecbf1b:g:y50AAOSwkfhho9QK
  • Seller : 4296jk15
British English Vintage WW2 MK1 Bayonet Fighting Knife British English Vintage WW2 MK1 Bayonet Fighting Knife British WW2 MK1 Bayonet  No sheath16 1/2" long with 11 3/4" blade    vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/324914918701?hash=item4ba670352d:g:1J0AAOSw~xVhptdB
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Czech army Bayonet  V58with scabbardblade length - 6,457 inoverall length - 10,906 inThanks for taking the time to stop by and checking out my item! ** return POLICY** Returns accepted, the item must be returned in original condition within 7 days after receiving it. When we receive the item back, we inspect if it?s in the original condition, then we will process your refund and send you money back. The buyer is responsible for return shipping costs. **GENERAL INFORMATION** I test all items before shipping, unless otherwise stated. Feel free to contact me with whatever questions you might have and I will do my best to answer it and help you. I want you, my customer, to be happy and satisfied with your purchase and continue shopping with me in the future. Please read carefully all my policies below. **SHIPPING & HANDLING**  Your item will be shipped within 3 business days after received payment.  I use calculated shipping for the majority of my auctions. There are a few exceptions to that rule, however, most items will use calculated shipping. It includes the actual shipping cost, insurance, and a handling fee. The handling fee is for the cost of packing material to securely pack the item. I will provide you with the tracking number. Contact me if you would like to arrange your own shipping methods. You still will be responsible for the handling fee. Sorry, no local pic up. Please respect this decision.  **FEEDBACK** I do my best to satisfy my buyers. However please understand that some things are beyond my control, such as packages being lost/damaged in transit, delivery time, etc. So, when leaving feedback please keep in mind what I could and could not control and leave an honest evaluation based on your entire experience. If there will be some problem with the item, and I hope it does not happen, please just contact me first!   **ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS** You are responsible for the customs fee/duty if any, when your package is delivered. The customs fees are NOT included in the shipping cost! The cost varies from country to country and depends on the value of the item.  **PAYMENT ** Payment must be received within 3 days of the end of the auction. Paypal only please. THANK YOU & GOOD LUCK WITH BIDDING!  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/265432738855?hash=item3dcd062c27:g:pyIAAOSwKixdkOdD
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