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  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : 9,200.00 USD
FINE SCOTTISH BASKET HILTED BACKSWORD. Second-quarter of the 18th century. The hilt of alternate vertical and saltire form scalloped edge panels pierced with stylized hearts and enclosed by scalloped flat bars. The broad scroll forward quillon intact. Grooved conical pommel with bun form button. Fish skin (?) grip with brass band wrap and ferrules. The 30 ¼” s.e. blade stamped with the king's head mark four times each side. The marks alternation with the letter pairs AN  DR  EA  and  FE  RA  RA. Andrea Ferarra blades, of course, are the most valued on Scottish basket hilted swords.    Each side with short narrow fullers above and below the marks. Walter Allen famously made swords incorporating these elegant and imaginative elements. Swords of this quality and complexity are often described as from the “circle of Walter Allen” though it is probably more accurate to describe them as influenced or inspired by Walter Allen. They were carried by clansmen who could afford them and served in the frequent interclan battles as well as in the Scottish Rebellion of 1745 which ended tragically at the Battle of Culloden in 1746.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Basket Hilted Sword of Scottish “Glasgow” Style Probably From the Workshop of John Simpson the Younger Circa 1740. This attractive basket hilt is constructed with flattened guard bars of rectangular section decorated in typical “Glasgow” style with longitudinal flutes consisting of finely executed shallow filed grooves along the centre of each bar. The main and secondary guard panels are filed with delicate frets and merlons to the edges, incised with lines and pierced with patterns of circles and triangles. The hilt is solid without any evident repairs or breaks. The conical pommel has a pronounced button on top filed with a double groove around its circumference and is decorated with four sets of grooves  formed in a similar manner to those on the guard bars, and flanked with narrower incised lines, which radiate from the pommel button. Between these crescents have been applied in similar manner with the convex sides facing upwards. The arms of the basket fit into apronounced groove which extends for the full circumference around the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with silver ribbon. Silver ferrules with crescent shaped convex inward facing edges, decorated with raised bands and dots are mounted top and bottom of the grip. The hilt retains a leather liner. The single edged tapering blade has a pronounced fuller extending from the hilt for most of its length either side underneath the spine. Between this and the cutting edge a second wider, shallower, fuller of similar length is present. The blade length is just under 33.5 inches (85 cm) and overall length 39.5 inches (100 cm). This hilt matches a known group of contemporary and similar hilts incised with the initials of the Glasgow maker John Simpson the Younger (II) and seem to date to the later period of his work. Simpson (II) died in 1749. No initials are present on this sword but it was clearly made by one of the leading armourers in Glasgow in a similar style to Simpson (II). Similar swords signed by Simpson (II) are illustrated in Cyril Mazansky’s “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Boydell Press, 2005. For example see pages 111, fig F15, 116, fig F16a). For further examples see Bonhams Arms & Armour sale, London, 1st December 2009, Lot 415, “The Property of a Gentleman, A Rare Scottish Basket-Hilted Broadsword, the Hilt by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow”. Another similar example sold at Thomas Del Mar Ltd, London, Wednesday 7th December 2011, lot 157. This sword is published in the February 2015 Park Lane Arms Fair catalogue in a paper entitled: “Notes on the dating of early Glasgow Style Scottish Basket-Hilted Swords”.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Click and use the code 22466 to search for this item on the dealer website Rare & Beautiful, Early American Dragoon Officer&#acute;s Sword of the "Legion of the United States"This is One of Those Magnificent Swords One May Only Ever See In a Museum
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Fine Scottish Basket Hilted Sword Circa 1720 to 1740. A handsome Scottish basket hilted broad sword dating to the second quarter of the 18th Century. The sword is in fine, crisp, unrestored and original condition. The hilt is of fine quality, well contoured and expertly forged from thick pieces of iron, delicately fretted and finished, and finely balanced with its broad blade. The hilt parts are secure and tight together. Overall this is an imposing weapon, of robust manufacture for a skilled user, and finished with attractive lines and pleasing curves, and was most likely made for a middle-ranking member in a Scottish Highland clan hierarchy. The front panel and side guard plates of the basket guard are pierced with hearts, circles and engraved with angular border line decoration, and finely cut with fretted edges. An oval ring is built into the front of the hilt in place of one of the two frontal square guard plates more usually found in the design of early Scottish basket hilts. The hilt retains its wristguard. The pommel is cone-shaped with three sets of triple lines radiating from the tang button on top, the central groove being wider than those on its flanks in each case. The three upper arms of the guard are securely tucked into a groove chiselled around the lower half of the pommel. The broad double-edged blade is of lenticular section, tapers to its rounded tip and has a short ricasso. A double fuller extends for 7.5 inches (19 cm) along the blade from the hilt on each side with four letters in each and punched circles. Lines are incised imbetween and either side of the fullers which extend from the hilt and terminate in a cruciform design a short distance beyond the ends of the fullers. The original grip is of wood, spirally grooved, with the remains of its original shagreen covering still attached and with its original leather liner at the base. In general, the sword is in lovely original condition with speckled age blackening in parts. The overall length is 39 inches (99 cm) and the blade is 33 inches long (just under 84 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6375
Scottish Highland Officer’s “Pinch of Snuff” Basket Hilted Sword. A fine and attractive Scottish Infantry Officer's “Pinch of Snuff” basket hilted sword dating to the  mid and third quarter periods of the 18th century. The sword is in good condition with its original grip. These swords were carried by officers in Scottish Highland Regiments on British Army service in Europe and in North America during the American Revolutionary War period. The hilt design identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of Scottish military officers' swords. The complex hilt structure consists of oval shaped apertures, mounted between structural guard bars, which are infilled with an elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron of lace-like delicacy. The pommel is of typical mid 18th century British bun shape with an integral pommel button. The pommel neck sits tightly in a circle of iron into which the upper arms of the basket guard are attached. The overall effect is an elegant hilt which occupies a distinct place in the evolution of Scottish basket hilted swords. The hilt type is similar to at least three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dated between 1757 and 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gains its name, and shows an officer in a Highland regiment, probably on service in North America, with the sword tucked under his arm, whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform, circa 1780, auctioned by Christies (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1) and now in the National Museums of Scotland. The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a silver hilted example with the makers marks, “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014 with London hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until at least the 1780’s. Clearly the sword type was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad in the post-Jacobite Rebellion era. The hilt design seems to have evolved from the innovative sword types that came out of the workshops of Stirling in the second quarter of the 18th century.  The hilt of this sword has frontal guard loops formed in the usual manner for traditional construction of Scottish basket hilted swords of the period, forged downwards from the base of the frontal knuckle bow to widen apart and curl upwards to join the bases of the structural side guard bars either side of the blade. The same feature is seen with the sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44, and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. Some Pinch of Snuff swords were manufactured with loop guards forged as a detachable plate, usually pierced to the front with a heart and secured to the hilt by three screws. Some were also manufactured with a vacant oval ring in “horseman” manner.  The single edged tapering blade of this sword has a short ricasso and a pronounced single fuller which extends from the hilt underneath the spine of the blade for three quarters of its length until it becomes double edged. The blade is of infantry length at 30.25 inches long (just under 77 cm). overall the sword is just under 36 inches long (91 cm). The wooden grip is covered with shagreen and spirally bound with different widths of twisted copper wire with decorative “Turks Heads” top and bottom.  The sword is in fine condition overall. 
  • 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 : 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 : 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 : £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 : £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 : £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 : American
  • Local Price : $5995.00
US M1850 Foot Officer’s Sword of General Mortally Wounded in Action. Model 1850 foot officers sword by John Roner of Cincinnati, Ohio, featuring 30 3/4 inch blade etched with foliage, “US”, and a 34-star US flag (mild pitting, light gray patina overall, with moderate edge wear including some strike marks). Cast brass hilt of standard pattern with pierced foliage in the guard, capstan pommel with acanthus decoration, and leather grip wrap with twisted brass wire. Black leather scabbard with brass mounts featuring the following presentation inscription on the locket: “Presented to/COL. S.A. RICE/by officers of the/33rd Iowa Vol.”. Rice's biography and distinguished service record listed below. Sword is untouched since the war, featuring a lovely rich patina to the brass. Scabbard leather with mild flaking and having shrunk slightly, leaving the scabbard mounts loose as expected from over 150 years of age. Scabbard drag with shallow dents and reverse of guard slightly bent, typical of field use This sword was likely presented to Rice shortly after taking command of the 33rd Iowa in 1862 and shows signs of age and field use. As a standard pattern M1850 Foot Officer's Sword and not a high grade presentation piece, it is likely the sword which Rice carried in the field and was probably at his side when he received his mortal wound. A truly one-of-a-kind piece of American History. Biography of Samuel Allen Rice: Born January 27th, 1828 in Cattaraugus, New York, Samuel Allen Rice graduated from Union College at Schenectady, New York in 1849. In 1851 he moved to Oskaloosa, Iowa where he practiced law and then served as Iowa's second Attorney General from 1856 to 1861 on behalf of the Republican Party. In August, 1862 he was chosen by Governor Kirkwood to organize and command the 33rd Iowa Infantry in Oskaloosa, Iowa and commissioned as the regiment's colonel. Rice commanded the regiment during deployments to Columbus, Kentucky, Union City, Tennessee, the Yazoo Expedition in Mississippi, and on to Helena, Arkansas. He assumed command of the Second Brigade, Thirteenth Division, Thirteenth Army Corps on June 11, 1863. The brigade consisted of the 29th, 33rd and 36th Iowa Infantry, the 3rd Iowa Battery, and the 33rd Missouri Infantry. Rice commanded the brigade at the Battle of Helena, an unsuccessful Confederate attempt to seize the fortifications surrounding Helena, Ark. and relieve the forces at Vicksburg. During the battle the brigade suffered 45 killed, 96 wounded and 30 missing. In recognition of his distinguished service at the Battle of Helena, he was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General on August 4, 1863, upon which date he assumed command of the 13th Division. The division then marched toward Little Rock, which fell in September, 1863. They remained in winter quarters in Little Rock until March 23rd, 1864, upon which date they marched with the army under Major General Frederick Steele, to cooperate with the army under Major General Nathaniel Banks, who was then engaged in his ill-fated Red River campaign. The Red River Campaign, designed to capture Shreveport, control the Red River, and occupy East Texas, consisted of a three-pronged assault with about 20,000 troops under Banks' command coming north from New Orleans, 15,000 troops commanded by Brigadier General A. J. Smith coming from Vicksburg, and 7,000 troops under Steele heading south from Arkansas. The assault was supported by gunboats under the command of Rear Admiral David Porter. Banks was soundly defeated at the Battle of Mansfield, LA and Porter's gunboats were forced to turn back due to low water levels and Confederate fire from shore batteries. Meanwhile, Steele's forces got only as far south as Camden, Arkansas and were forced to retreat due to supply shortages and the risk of being surrounded by superior forces. With the Confederates in hot pursuit, Steele's forces reached Jenkins Ferry on the Sabine River on April 29, 1864. Steele supervised the dangerous crossing over the swollen river while Rice was left in command of the rearguard of approximately 4,000 infantrymen where they built breastworks to provide a formidable defense to guard the crossing. On April 30th the Confederates launched repeated assaults against the defensive works, all of which were repulsed, and Steele's forces successfully completed their retreat across the river. With the Confederates in no position to pursue, this effectively ended the campaign. Confederate casualties were approximately 1,000, while the Union suffered about 700. Rice received a bullet wound to the foot during the final assault at Jenkins Ferry and died of complications from this wound in Oskaloosa on July 6th, 1864.
  • 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
  • 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 : Spanish
  • 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 : 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 : British
  • Local Price : £5500
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 : Spanish
  • 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 : £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 : £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 : £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 : £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
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  • 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 : 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 : £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 : £4,950.00
*QUALITY* VERY RARE*PRE-WAR*PRESENTED TO SHINTO MINATA GAWA SHRINE ON SITE OF FAMOUS BATTLE*Japanese Katana Long Sword Blade Smith Signed Tang ‘San Uki Kuni Ju Baba Aki Tsugu Kin Saku Kore’ Wood Shira Saya Resting Mounts, Cloth Carry Bag Expert. This ancient blade Japanese katana sword blade has been assessed by UK based Japanese sword expert Bill Tagg. A copy of his assessment, translation of the tang signature, rubbing of the tang and illustration of the blade accompanies this item. In exerts from the assessment he states ‘A gift to a shrine. There was a forge established in 1940 by the Imperial Japanese navy to make Officer’s swords in the grounds of shrine in Kobe. This sword was made earlier than 1940 and made as a present to the shrine. Smiths usually did their best work for presentation pieces. Gendaito a very big blad copied from the huge blades carried in the 14th century. Done in Bizen workmanship. This man was listed as a superior master by his teacher Aki Hide where he used the name ‘San Uki Kuni Ju Baba Aki Tsugu Kin Saku Kore’ on his blades. He later became an army approved smith. Changed his art name to Baba Tsugu Kiyo, noted in reference books at this time as maker of high grade gendaito. As found in an old collection. Needs full polish to show superb workmanship. This would get Hozon paper from japan. Small rust patches & scratching and small chips to edge otherwise healthy, a rare sword by good 1930’s maker’. In his illustration of the blade and tang characteristics he translates the profuse signatures and markings on both sides of the tang identifying the smith as previously described , also ‘10th year Showa era 1935 early spring & Minato Gawa shrine site of battle where Kusonoki Masa Shige died’. He also states ‘cutting edge is just under 29” total length just under 37” very tight forging. Kissaki 33mm. Hamon is gunome midare based on nioi crystals with nie sprinkled, very vibrant’. A later cloth carry back with draw string also comes with the sword. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2456
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £4950
Click and use the code 20635 to search for this item on the dealer website Superb 1796 Sabre of Capt. Thomas Cuninghame of the 45th Foot, Wellington&#acute;s Exalted Prize Regiment Known as the &#acute;Red Jackets&#acute;Who Gained 14 Battle Honours in the Peninsuar War Against Napoleon
  • 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 : Japanese
  • Local Price : £4950
Click and use the code 23457 to search for this item on the dealer website Simply Stunning Quality, Antique, Edo Period, Samurai Katana-kake Sword Stand in Brown & Nashiji Gold & Silver Takamaki-e Lacquer Decor, With Clan Mon of Takeda Katsuyori
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WW1/WW2 ORIGINAL SPANISH M1893/13 BAYONET & leather SCABBARD ARTILLERIA NACIONAL TOLEDO. Good condition great for beginner bayonet collectors overall length blade 15 1/2 with scabbard 21 1/2 inchesNO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING Unsharpened blade look at pics carefully if you need to know something ask meEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234102936913?hash=item36819f5551:g:ti8AAOSwG1Zg8zB4
  • Seller : blueseller101
This vintage combat knife is 11 3/8 inches long overall with a 6 5/8 inch blade.  It has aluminum grips with a steel guard & pommel.  The knife comes with a metal scabbard that is marked MKE.  This item is used and has lots of wear.  The scabbard is missing its belt loop & has weld repair marks.  It has been painted black.  The grip screws on the bayonet have been replaced with pins.  Overall both the bayonet & scabbard are in rough condition.  Shipping is $8.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/393456599473?hash=item5b9bd741b1:g:ZWkAAOSwx6pgwlbk
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Lan-Cay very nice shape. blade has cosmoline as dose the wire cutter . Dated 3/95. light handling marks and blade has some rubs on the finish. Has sharpening stone on scabbard. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154544339370?hash=item23fb8f79aa:g:u0QAAOSwqeVg~aev
  • Seller : johnbhenryantiques
US Civil War Model 1840 Artillery Sword with Scabbard Ca 1863  Good Condition.  Natural brown patina .  Wire missing from grip.THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF U.S. HISTORY!!!!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224545306239?hash=item3447f1767f:g:VMoAAOSwdZRg-zug
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British English Antique Old WW1 Model 1908 Cavalry Sword w/ Scabbard British English Antique Old WW1 Model 1908 Cavalry Sword w/ Scabbard Original British WW1 Model 1908 Cavalry Sword with Scabbard42 1/2" total lengthThe blade is 34 3/4"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164974696145?hash=item26694216d1:g:mJ0AAOSwIrJg-iG0
  • Seller : gallowglass
This is an extremely handsome middle mount for a fairly fancy brass mounted leather scabbard for an eagle head or similar saber, circa 1810. It has two oval cut-outs on front and back, both surrounded with lines of engraving. It is in very good shape, although there is a very small crack on the back edge of the mount. There is an old piece of the original leather still stuck through it, but it slides right out. The mount is 4 inches long, and 1 5/8 inches wide, and would take a thickness of 3/8 of an inch. It is absolutely original.If things are not as I describe them to be, you may return them for a full refund, including postage.Please note: We will ship the sword as carefully and inexpensively as we can. If we charge you over what it actually costs us, then we will issue you a refund for the difference.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/304080113320?hash=item46cc964ea8:g:JlAAAOSwrJNg~JVI
  • Seller : xcusemydust
Nice clear photo...You can see this Civil War Vet's G.A.R. medal on his coat.....this gent looks very young, so this photo must have been taken shortly after the war was over.....on the bottom it reads " Yours Truly Richard Da Rosco?.....not sure of the spelling on the last name......this might be the soldiers name, but I am not sure......photo taken in Detroit....nothing on the backEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/304076800747?hash=item46cc63c2eb:g:JK8AAOSwPxpg-acP
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Rare pre WW1 US/British P13 Winchester Bayonet w Scabbard #971. A very rare, pre-WWI, US/British, pattern 13, Winchester, bayonet with scabbard. A very rare bayonet, this is the first one I’ve run across recently purchased from an old Massachusetts estate! The blade rates excellent with the tip slightly worn. The blade measures 16 7/8 inches long. The hilt rates very good with wood grips showing wear and dents. The push button lock functions properly. The scabbard rates good and shows heavy wear to the leather and metal fittings. Overall, a rare, Winchester P 13 bayonet for your collection!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/174857579349?hash=item28b652eb55:g:RY8AAOSwGS1g~d1M
  • Seller : blueseller101
Lot includes the metal parts in the photos.  They came from a WWII vintage M1 Garand type bayonet.  One of the parts is marked P.  Which apparently indicates that it was made by PAL.  These items are used & have wear.  Shipping is $3.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313610546031?hash=item4904a52b6f:g:PugAAOSw9eZg935q
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Contexte historiqueRare et belle épée kindjal connue sous le nom de `` Beibut ''. Fabriqué sur la base du modèle réglementaire de 1907, il remplace à partir de cette date, le shashka des soldats, artilleurs, gendarmes et cyclistes militaires. Fabriqué sur le modèle du traditionnel `` kindjal '' avec la seule différence étant la courbure de la lame, il a été largement utilisé dans les tranchées pendant la Première Guerre mondiale et par la suite pendant les révolutions de 1917 et la guerre civile qui a suivi. Le dernier exemplaire connu, a été fabriqué en 1919 (environ 5000 exemplaires) sous le règne du gouverneur suprême de la Russie blanche, l'amiral Kolchak. Cette arme a complètement disparu de l'armée russe après son utilisation par la Garde blanche pendant la guerre civile (1918-1924).Longueur totale:  62,5 cmLongueur sans le fourreau:  58,9 cmLongueur du  manche : 15,2 cmLongueur de la lame:  43,7 cmLargeur de la lame:  3,5 cmDescription  :Je vous présente un sabre rare et très beau appelé `` Beibut '' fabriqué entre 1900-1917 et utilisé pendant la Première Guerre mondiale et la guerre civile (1918-1924) où ces sabres étaient largement utilisés sur les champs de bataille par l'Impérial russe Armée (1914-1917) puis par les soi-disant armées blanches (1918-1924).Le manche est en bois et a deux rivets en laiton de chaque côté, petit manque dans l'oreille droite, pas de jeu il a aussi les inscriptions régimentaires  ''  3 B (russe) 44 AB (russe) 11 '' (very rare). It is therefore possible for enthusiasts and demanding collectors to find the regiment with in-depth research. The blade is in good general condition, with traces due to the weather sharp enough for combat and deserves a little cleaning. It has two central gutters, as well as the markings of the imperial manufacture of Zlatoust: '' A '' with '' a crown '', the same markings are also present on the scabbard, which makes it a perfectly homogeneous piece. 'time. The scabbard is in black leather accompanied by brass trim, hallmarked "A 11" and "A".Do not hesitate, magnificent and rare collector's item, 100% original, there will not be something for everyone, hurry!This magnificent and rare Beibut saber was recovered from descendants of a white Russian in Germany who probably fought in WW1. Completely and 100% original part guaranteed! ! !Nothing in common with the reproductions that we regularly see selling on the site at the same price ! ! !By purchasing this saber, you will acquire a unique copy perfectly illustrating the ingenuity of the gunsmiths of Zlatoust and the beauty of the Russian weapons which made their legendary reputation at the time.CAUTION : The russian imperial item is unique, I have no duplicate.SHIPPINGEurope : 35 eurosPoland and Bulgaria : 50 eurosChina, Canada, U.S.A ., Australia: 100 euros (By Fedex)Ne laissez pas cet objet de collection unique vous échapper, il n'y en aura pas pour tout le monde.Bonne chance !VEUILLEZ NOTER: l'  article 1932 est unique, je n'ai pas de duplicata.Je réponds à vos questions, n'hésitez pas!Aucun retour possible.Je ne suis pas responsable des retards et des pertes d'affranchissement,c'est pourquoi j'offre le paiement par paypal ou carte de crédit afin que votre achat soit couvert.Paiement donc possible par virement bancaire, carte bancaire et paypal.EXPÉDITIONEurope:  25 eurosPologne et Bulgarie:  50 eurosChine, Canada, USA.:  65 eurosNe laissez pas cet objet de collection unique vous échapper, il n'y en aura pas pour tout le monde.Bonne chance !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154544578532?hash=item23fb931fe4:g:KEoAAOSwB5tgTUT3
  • Seller : keemakoo
Dug Revolutionary War American musket ball. I dug this musketball in an American or Continental solder's camp in Orange Co., New York this spring. It is just as I dug it. I did not wash it. I have dug USA's, Massachusetts buttons, George coppers, wrought iron nails, shoe buckles, lead discs, misc. relics, and reissued British regimental buttons in this camp. The pictures accurately show its condition. Please look at my other auctions. Including: Bottles, & Civil War: Union & Confederate, Pre Civil War, Indian War, Organization, Military & Uniform button listings. If you have any questions or comments just send me an email. Thanks, Jim DEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/373656273514?hash=item56ffa6426a:g:hR0AAOSw-Qlg-Cbh
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German Germany Antique WW1 Wurttemberg Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard German Germany Antique WW1 Wurttemberg Engraved Officer's Sword w/ Scabbard Original German WW1 Wurttemberg Engraved Officer's Sword  with ScabbardNamedSolid37 1/4" total lengthThe blade is 31 5/8"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164974709093?hash=item2669424965:g:ymkAAOSwZ~1g-iTB
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Antique US Confederate Civil War M 1853 British Import Cavalry Sword w/ Scabbard Antique US Confederate Civil War M 1853 British Import Cavalry Sword w/ Scabbard Original US Confederate Civil War Model 1853 British Import Cavalry Sword with ScabbardSolid, no loose parts40 1/4" total lengthThe blade is 34 5/8"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/133826912287?hash=item1f28b4a01f:g:zzoAAOSwnHRg-iSF
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This is a early Potsdam bayonet and scabbard from around the early 1800's. The bayonet blade is 18 3/8" long.The socket is 3" long without any unit marking on it. The socket diameter on the back end is .900 and that's about 29/32". The front side has an internal ring around it and that was hard to get a good measurement on it but most likely .900  and It looks like the ring on the front of the socket was made so that the barrel couldn't slip out the front. The blade is straight and is a little rough but not with heavy pitting. The scabbard is in good condition without any splits in the stitching and the leather isn't bent and the bottom brass end is still attached. No markings!Check out my photographs for a complete inspection and e-mail me with any questions.***NO OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS- SOLD ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES****Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/353586244264?hash=item525361eaa8:g:s-QAAOSwQINg-cCV
  • Seller : blueseller101
This large antique bayonet is 17 1/8 inches long overall with an 11 3/4 inch blade.  The blade has deep fuller on each side.  The bayonet has wood grips with a steel guard & pommel.  The tang of the blade is marked CSZ M.  This item is used with wear and a nice overall patina.  The metal has oxidation / discoloration and there are some small hairline cracks in the grips.  There is no sheath.  Shipping is $12.99 Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313610549060?hash=item4904a53744:g:p~4AAOSwD-Zg94Ab
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ANTIQUE HENDERSON & AMES COMPANY CEREMONIAL SWORD MANUFACTURED 1895-1923VERY OLD IN MOST EXCELLENT CONDITION Sword & Scabbard 38 inches OverallBlade is 30 1/4 inches NOTE NOTE!!! Henderson & Ames Co. Etched on Blade AND MANY OTHER DESIGNS NOTE NOTE!!! Everything is Tight on Sword, THE IV HANDLE HAS A SMALL HAIR LINE CRACK ABOUT 1 INCH VERY HARD TO SEE ORIGINAL LEATHER SHEATH IS 39 1/2 inches, NOTE NOTE!!! It does show its age; It has the caring handle , (HENDERSON & AMES COMPANY KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN) Etched on on Leather Sheath Note Note!!! Locking Buttons, one is missing on Leather Sheath, one needs repairs The Sword & Scabbard are in excellent condition, it is possible this old sword is 125 years old, IT WAS STORED PROPERLY Weight of Sword/Scabbard & Sheath. 3lbs 14 ounces IF YOU NEED MORE PICTURES I CAN SENDEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/284383982806?hash=item42369b34d6:g:KAAAAOSwIepglxwl
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Bayonet is in great shape with nice markings. Blade is 7.8"MRD is .581"Please contact me with any questions**I will reduce shipping on multiple items**Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313612900939?hash=item4904c91a4b:g:gdsAAOSwrUlg-hzG
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US Antique Old Civil War Model 1840 Medical Officer's Engraved Sword w/ Scabbard US Antique Old Civil War Model 1840 Medical Officer's Engraved Sword w/ Scabbard Original US Civil War Model 1840 Medical Officer's Engraved Sword with ScabbardHandle parts are a little bit loose36 1/2" total lengthThe blade is 30 1/2"  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me vvListing and template services provided by inkFrogEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/164974671849?hash=item266941b7e9:g:~G4AAOSwieJg-h5u
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Bayonet is in great shape with nice markings. This is a Philippines produced bayonet which is a crude copy of the US Bayonet of the era. Bayonet has no markings but the scabbard has the Philippines crest as pictured. Blade is 6.7"MRD is .886"Please contact me with any questions**I will reduce shipping on multiple items**Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234100427709?hash=item3681790bbd:g:AZsAAOSwYrlg-h2O
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up for auction is a F.M. Mattson Mora as stamped on bladehas a sheath and frog, blade has some very small chips in ittip of blade has a very small piece missinglook over my pictures for condition and detailsemail me any questions before bidding                                  thank you  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/255058061551?hash=item3b62a528ef:g:42gAAOSwID9g8~09
  • Seller : jeniaevgueni
Very beautiful shashka saber of the Kuban Cossacks (K.K.V.), mod. 1904. Rare sword which equipped all the troops of the Kuban from 1904 until the end of the Russian Empire in 1917. The Cossacks of the Kuban were among the most loyal subjects of the Romanovs. They were what was called the regime's "valets". The loan was pledged to the Czar and in exchange were exempt from taxes and owned the territory of the empire. They therefore had every interest in defending the regime in place and that is what they did during many wars. And then during the crushing of external and internal revolts, such as the Polish revolt in 1830 or later, the bourgeois revolt of Saint Petersburg in 1905 (the `` Red Sunday ''). They later participated in the First World War, as well as in the popular uprising against the Bolsheviks in 1918. This produced a bloody and deadly civil war, later called by historians "the Russian civil war" (1918 -1924). The Cossacks defended until the end of their former Tsarist homeland and were completely ousted in the 1920s. They were later replaced by the Soviet Cossacks who asked nothing more in common with the valets of the old regime, “To the death at the house of the Romanovs since the 17th century.Total length of the saber : 96 cmHandle length : 16 cmThe shashka is very beautiful with a black horn handle, which has lost none of its luster. We find it open on the upper part of the handle as it should be on this kind of saber. The handle holds very securely with the blade, there is no play. The blade is very solid and sharp, it has two large gutters as required by the regulatory model, I believe it is a 'Damascus' blade ' (to check). It is a very very rare saber especially in this state and 100% original. I had originally bought it for my collection from another enthusiast, I reluctantly part with it today for personal reasons, I sincerely hope that it will find a special place in the shop window of another shashka enthusiast. For more information on this magnificent and rare piece, do not hesitate to consult the work of A.N. Kulinski as well as the arms journal N ° 225 of September 1992.By purchasing this rare shashka from the Kuban Cossacks, you will be in possession of a magnificent witness to the tragic Russian history of the early 20th century. Corn Also a formidable weapon and very finely decorated by the best Russian gunsmiths of the time.WARNING : The piece is unique, I have no duplicate.I answer your questions, don't hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for delays and postage losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so your agate 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)Do not let this unique collector's item escape you, there is no aura for everyone.Good luck!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154536567752?hash=item23fb18e3c8:g:BycAAOSwb7BfcZ-B
  • Seller : blueseller101
This unusual WWII era bayonet is 14 5/8 inches long overall with a 9 7/8 inch blade.  It appears to me that this was a standard bayonet that was polished to make it into a dress / parade type bayonet.  It is faintly marked on the blade EN S E US.  It has a thick steel guard & pommel with composition grips.  This item is used and has scuffs scratches & marks.  The guard feels slightly loose.  There is no sheath.  Shipping is $12.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313611619111?hash=item4904b58b27:g:GNUAAOSw1MZg-Km0
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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/154536571961?hash=item23fb18f439:g:YFEAAOSwmZJfcOai
  • Seller : doodlebugpatch39
WW11 BRITISH SINGER MFG. NO.4 MK.11 N 87 SPIKE BAYONET W/SCABBARD - ESTATE ITEM COLLECTION*Good Used  - Collection *10 Long  - No Flaws - Age Discoloration*Next Day Mail - USPS Priority -  Combined Shipping Offered - Insured Please contact me with  any questions before biddingEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234100406449?hash=item368178b8b1:g:1SQAAOSwSUlgvjMA
  • Seller : jayscrafts2013
I have a few of these with very minorfactory imperfections like paint chips, scratches,sharpness, forging, or sheath imperfectionsImperfections do NOT effect function!Clearing them out at wholesale pricingSurvivor Kukri/ macheteAprox. 20" inches overallFull tang stainless steelAwesome feel nylon/rubber pistol gripMost are near razor sharp butfactory sharpness does vary on thesescratch & dent stockNylon sheath with belt loopMUST BE 18 TO BUY!!All items are NEWFeel free to ask questionsThanks for checking out jayscrafts Froo www.froo.com | Froo Cross Sell, Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay ApplicationEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/114906944194?hash=item1ac0fcd2c2:g:44cAAOSw2hNgxmWk
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For sale 1 Chapman Pattern 1907 Bayonet for WWI SMLE. Overall length: 21.75". Blade length: 17". Marked on left ricasso "1907 / 5  17 / CHAPMAN". Also on left ricasso are many proof & rebuilt dates of "28" & "36". Right ricasso has broad arrow & "X" proof mark. Wood grip panels. CONDITION: Blade & metal has heavy brown patina throughout. Grip panels show deep handling marks throughout. See pictures for better idea on condition.FREE SHIPPING USPS PRIORITY.GROUP SHIPPING AVAILABLE.IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE MESSAGE ME.21-MD205Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/184959561059?hash=item2b1072ed63:g:SxAAAOSwQCxg-hlq
  • Seller : sreisel
Very good condition original WWI German medal bar. This two-place example has the Iron Cross 2nd Class and 1914-1918 Honor Cross w/ Swords. Medals have nice detail and original finish. Correct original ribbons show a little normal wear and staining. Complete with attachment pin. Nice WWI German medal bar for your collection.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/203530278358?hash=item2f635995d6:g:jioAAOSw1LFg9fVh
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Bayonet is in great shape but has been used a bit and tip is ever so slightly blunted. No markings.Blade is 6.5"MRD is .862"Please contact me with any questions**I will reduce shipping on multiple items**Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/313612890259?hash=item4904c8f093:g:eOwAAOSwdpFg-huI
  • Seller : blueseller101
Lot includes the black composition grips and metal parts in the photos.  They came from a WWII vintage M1 Garand type bayonet.  These items are used with lots of wear & marks.  Shipping is $4.99Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/393455030060?hash=item5b9bbf4f2c:g:X-8AAOSwkttg936z
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Very nice original WW2 US M1905 16” bayonet made by PAL in 1942.  Has been used and displays wear, but has remained in nice shape.  No sharpening or retipping to blade. Scabbard has the remnants of number that was scratched off (see photo). United States only.  No ‘0’ bidders unless prior contact is made via email.  2 days to pay.  Nonpaying bidder claim filed on day 3.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/234099865724?hash=item368170787c:g:RfAAAOSwCh5g-ZKF
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Historical context :The Belgian National Gendarmerie was created by a government decree on November 19, 1830. It was an armed force responsible for police missions and maintaining order among the civilian population, carrying out judicial duties at the request of the Public Prosecutor's Office. , and Provost to the army. As such, it has long depended on the Ministers of the Interior, Justice and Defense depending on the task at hand.Total length : 86.5 cmLength without the scabbard : 84.5 cmBlade length : 70.5 cmBlade width : 2.6 cmHandle length : 14cmDescription :Superb and rare Belgian gendarmerie saber. Blade in good condition with a central gutter marked " J. FONSON BRUXELLES ". Four-spoke handle, filigree still present, no scabbard but in superb condition, 100% original and very rare in this condition!Do not hesitate to consult the website of the Brussels Army Museum or visit it directly for more information on this magnificent saber !Don't let this magnificent piece escape you, especially at this price. This superb saber will be a decoration of choice for your showcase, an exotic piece in your collection of French saber. Do not hesitate, the piece is very beautiful and really worth it. 100% original and vintage! A magnificent model similar to the one which witnessed the bravery of the Belgian gendarmerie during the events of the First World War alongside their courageous King Albert I!SUPERB AND RARE PIECE, TOTALLY UNIQUE IN GOOD STATE OF PRESERVATION ! Exceptional and original saber, don't hesitate at a low price ! PLEASE NOTE : The piece is unique, I don't have a duplicate.I answer your questions, do not hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for postage delays and losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so that your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal.SHIPPINGEurope : 35 eurosPoland and Bulgaria : 50 eurosChina, Canada, United States : 100 euros Don't let this unique collector's item slip away, there won't be something for everyone. Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/154539090753?hash=item23fb3f6341:g:G4kAAOSwbm5gtNRp
  • Seller : lock-stock-and-barrel
Items: Light Artillery Sword / Sabre & ScabbardCountry: United States / US / Union Army Era: Civil War Sword Manufacturer: Ames Manufacturing Company / Cabotville / Mass Sword Model: M1840 / Model 1840 Light Artillery Scabbard Y/N: YesScabbard Manufacturer: UnbrandedScabbard Model:  M1840Markings: Sword - Ames Mfg. Co. / Cabotville / Mass / US / ADK (A.D. King, Equipment Inspector) / 1860: Scabbard - ADK (A.D. King, Equipment Inspector) Blade Length: Approximately 32"Sword OAL: Approximately 37"Originality: Original                                                                                Condition: The sword is in very good condition considering its age. Grip, pommel and guard are all in good shape, but slightly tarnished. There are a few very small nicks and very minor amount of rust, but no pitting on the blade's edge. Finish mostly looks good overall on the blade and tip looks sharp. There are markings on both sides of the blade. Scabbard is in fair condition showing signs of wear. There are a few small dings, scratches and some fair amount of rust showing. There is a pin crack on the spine of the scabbard but doesn't effect the function. Everything is held together tightly. There is an inspector marking on the tip. 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/313600906616?hash=item4904121578:g:CYcAAOSwmc5g-ILU
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