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  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6950
Click and use the code 22988 to search for this item on the dealer website Simply Stunning 14th to 15th Century Tachi, The Samurai ´Slung´ Sword
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £6950
Click and use the code 21703 to search for this item on the dealer website Super Shinto Samurai Sword Signed Mutsunokami Fujiwara Toshinage
  • 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 : Italian
  • Local Price : £6875
Fine North Italian or German Swept Hilt Rapier of the early 17th Century. A splendid swept hilt rapier in lovely original condition with an attractive consistent patination all over. The rapier retains its original blade length of 42 inches (108 cm) and is well balanced and comfortable in-hand. The weapon is an elegant example of the early 17th century armourer’s craft with attractive flowing curves to the hilt which complement the strength of its construction. The overall length is 48 inches (122 cm). The complex hilt is formed from smoothly rounded bars which give an elegantly contoured appearance to the hilt. The platform for the hilt construction is the strong quillon block from which extend the front and back quillons, of equal length, which swell towards their rounded terminals. To the front a bold knuckle bow extends upwards from the block to the pommel to terminate in a stylised scroll. From midway along the knuckle bow counterguards and looped side guards extend downwards either side to conjoin with a guard ring which emanates from beneath the cross guard to create a secondary guard structure. The pommel is of bold truncated cone shape, with rounded edges, and with a button on top and pronounced swollen ribbed neck beneath. The rim of the button and the lower rim of the neck are similarly decorated with linear patterns of scrolls. The baluster shaped grip is bound with alternately spaced twisted and straight lengths of silver wire and mounted with silver “Turks’ Heads” top and bottom. The fine quality blade is of stiff construction. It has a ricasso 3.25 inches (8 cm) long which swells slightly towards its end and passes from the cross guard through the secondary guard structure beneath. From this point the blade tapers gently to its tip. A broad central fuller extends from the hilt through the ricasso for 10 inches (25.5 cm) along the blade. On each side of the fuller within the ricasso diamond shapes and dot patterns are cut. Diamond shapes are also incised into the undersides of the pads which form the convergence of the secondary guard bars beneath the cross. On one side of the blade a copper running wolf mark is inlaid into the fuller probably indicating Solingen or Passau as the place of manufacture. Beyond the fuller terminal the blade is of flattened hexagonal section to its tip. For a similar example see “The Price Guide to Antique Edged Weapons”, Leslie Southwick, Antique Collectors’ Club, 1982, page 40, Fig 76.
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : £6850
Fine Tyrolean Broad Sword of Ambras Type Late 16th Century. A fine, functional and elegant Tyrolean Broad Sword / Rapier dating to the end of the 16th century mounted with a Toledo marked blade by Heinrich Col. A solid, and well proportioned weapon. Swords of this rare type are present in the Ambras Castle Collection in Innsbruck, Austria, from where its name is derived. The attractive hilt is formed from a central quillon block at the base of the grip, forged with triangular vertically grooved langets, which extend for a short distance along the ricasso on both sides. From the top of the block the front quillon is formed as a knuckle bow of flattened oval section which curls upwards towards the pommel and terminates in a slightly expanded, grooved, fishtail terminal. Opposite, a rear quillon of shorter length forms a wrist guard which curls downwards from the block with a similar terminal. Underneath, two convex bars curl downwards to terminate left and right of the ricasso in pas d’ane rings. On the outside a robust and reinforced guard loop extends across the hilt and converges with the pas d’ane rings which are strengthened with a crescent of iron from which two upwardly curved guard bars extend in parallel and also terminate in fishtails. On the inner side a single thick bar extends downwards from the block at the base of the frontal quillon and trifurcates into three rounded bars which attach to the bases of the pas d’ane rings. The pommel is forged in slightly flattened ovoid form, with a circular collar at the base, and expands towards its fishtail shaped top which is pierced for a wrist thong. The original grip is formed from a base of spirally grooved wood onto which alternate loops of straight and twisted copper wire has been wrapped and moulded into the grooves which are further finished with vertical lengths of twisted copper wire mounted at an angle to the binding. Copper wire “Turks Heads” are mounted top and bottom of the grip. The double edged blade is stiffened and strengthened towards its point indicating that the sword was intended for thrusting to penetrate joins between plate armour and mail as well as for cutting and slashing. From the hilt the ricasso extends 2.25 inches (5.5 cm) after which the blade expands, is forged in flattened lenticular section and strongly tapers to its point. To the front the ricasso has an armourers mark consisting of a letter “C” beneath a crown punched in raised relief within a shield, slightly unclear on the right side. Between two incised decorative parallel lines which emanate from the hilt each side is the etched signature “ENRICHE COL ESPADEIRO DEL REY EM ALLEMANHA” beyond which broad orb and cross marks are etched. The bladesmith mark and the signature are of Heinrich Col who was a German bladesmith from Solingen who worked in Toledo and Germany. Cf. Seitz I, p. 344, and II, p. 268. The sword is in fine condition with no repairs or breaks to the guard bars. It has minor age related blemishes on the blade commensurate with its age. Overall length 40.5 inches (103 cm) blade 35 inches (89 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6850
Scottish Highland Officer’s “Pinch of Snuff” Sword Mid 18th Century. A Scottish Officers’ basket hilted sword of “Pinch of Snuff” type dating to the middle of the 18th century. The attractive and delicate construction of the basket guard identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of mid 18th century Scottish military officers’ swords. The complex hilt design consists of oval shaped apertures mounted between the structural guard bars which are infilled with an  elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron-work of unusual lace-like delicacy. The sword is similar to three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dating to 1757 to 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gained its name, and shows an officer in a Highland Regiment, probably on service in the Americas, with the sword tucked under his arm whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform auctioned by Christies in 1968 (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1). The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a London-made silver hilted example with makers marks, probably “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014, with hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until circa 1780. Clearly the style was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad, and resembled sword designs developed in Stirling at the time. The “Pinch of Snuff” hilt type was manufactured with two styles of frontal guard loop. One form being a plate fashioned into loops, often pierced with a heart, and secured to the front of the hilt by three screws as in the manner of our sword hilt, and that featured in the Christies Glasgow portrait commented on above. In the second form the loops are integral to the hilt as in a sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44 and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. Some of these swords were manufactured with wrist-guards and some with a horseman’s oval ring. The 18th century back sword blade is of fine quality with a pronounced fuller extending from the hilt underneath the spine to half way down the blade after which it becomes double edged. Beneath this a shallower fuller extends down the middle of the blade from the hilt almost to the tip. The blade has panels of  floral engraving near the hilt, now worn. The bun shaped pommel is of typical 18th century British military type, with an integral button and sits comfortably in a ring forged around the top of the basket attached to the guard arm terminals. The spirally grooved wooden grip is covered with shagreen and bound with twisted brass wire with “Turks Heads” top and bottom. The sword is a nice sturdy example. The blade is 33.75 inches long (85.5 cm). Overall the sword is 39.5 inches long (100 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6850
Scottish Basket Hilted Sword circa 1730 to 1740. An attractive Scottish basket hilted sword dating to the period preceding the last Jacobite Rebellion which commenced in 1745 and ended with the Battle of Culloden in 1746. The sword is in fine condition and retains its scabbard. The basket guard is finely forged from rounded structural bars resulting in an elegantly contoured hilt. The two main frontal guard panels are decorated in traditional style, with vertical and horizontal parallel lines incised into the exterior surfaces towards the panel edges to form squares. Inside these squares a circle is pierced into the centre, surrounded by a pattern of four pierced hearts. A further circle is pierced in each corner. The smaller, secondary guard plates to the sides, and the similar sized central front guard plate, are finished in similar style with parallel decorative lines forming an oblong, with two circles pierced in the middle and a heart shape above and below. The dome-shaped pommel has a flat circular button on top and is decorated with three pairs of incised lines, equally spaced apart, the centre line wider than those on its flanks, which radiate from the button. The upper guard arm terminals of the basket fit into a chiselled groove which extends for the full circumference of the pommel just below its middle. The spirally grooved wooden grip retains its original shagreen cover together with its copper wire binding. The remains of a red woollen fringe sits between the grip top and the base of the pommel. The hilt retains its full leather liner covered with red cloth on the outside and stitched with a blue silken hem, much of which remains. The single-edged tapering German-made blade is of fine quality. It has a short ricasso 1.75 inches long (4.5 cm) with a fuller towards the cutting edge which terminates where the cutting edge begins. Three further fullers extend underneath the back edge almost to the tip of the blade which becomes double edged 4 inches (10 cm) from the point where the fuller nearest the back edge terminates. Various indistinct armourers marks are present in the fullers near the hilt consisting of orb and cross marks, quatrefoils of dots and letters, possibly “ANDRIA FERARA”. The blade is 31.5 inches (80 cm) long. The scabbard is made from thick leather stitched down the middle on the inside surface. The iron chape and mouthpiece are decorated with horizontal pairs of parallel lines in similar fashion to those incised into the guard panels of the hilt. The leather is in good condition decorated with diamond patterns to the outside surface. The overall length of the sword is 36.75 inches (93.5 cm). The condition overall is good, the hilt with some minor age-related staining to the steel parts. For similar styles of hilt see “Poetry in Steel The Earliest Swords of Walter Allan of Stirling”, by the Baron of Earlshall, London Park Lane Arms Fair, page 129 to 138, Spring 2018, Apollo Publishing. There are strong resemblances between this hilt and those produced in Stirling by both John and Walter Allan during this period. See also “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Cyril Mazansky, The Boydell Press, 2005, page 115 fig F15h, for a sword in the Marischal Museum at the University of Aberdeen, and, page 106 fig F12 for a sword in a private American collection.
  • Nation : Netherlands
  • Local Price : 8,800.00 USD
FINE DUTCH BROADSWORD C.1650. This sword epitomizes the form which became known as the Walloon. It was a popular horseman's sword throughout Europe. This example is one of a specific group used by the Amsterdam Town Guard. The large blade is inscribed SAHAGOM, in each fuller, derived from the Spanish maker, Alanzo de Aahagom, though on Northern European swords, it is merely a suggestion of quality by association. The blade is further marked at the fort with a maker's mark with the Amsterdam town mark opposite. The quillon is marked with a flower on the left side. Its exceptional state of preservation, including both intricately pierced shell plates and original red wool blade seat, reinforces its attribution to the Amsterdam arsenal. 37 1/8" length blade.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6750
Attractive Scottish Basket Hilted Broad Sword with “ANDRIA FARARA” Triple Fullered Blade Circa 1720. A solid, fine quality and attractive example of an early 18th century Scottish basket hilted broad sword. The basket guard is forged from thick well-fashioned iron resulting in a robust hilt, made by an experienced smith, familiar with producing high quality work from this unforgiving material. The basket guard consists of flattened structural bars of rectangular section, decorated in typical style, with longitudinal lines incised into the exterior surfaces. The main and secondary guard panels are finely filed with delicate frets and merlons to the edges and incised with horizontal and vertical lines and grooves. The panels are pierced with patterns of hearts and circles which are well executed, applied in a deliberate, precise and artisan-like manner. The dome-shaped pommel has a pronounced button on top and is decorated with four equally spaced grooves which radiate from the pommel button, each flanked with narrower incised lines. This style of  linear engraving is also present along the top and bottom of the two main guard plates and repeated vertically to the middles of the secondary guard plates which are mounted to the sides and centre front of the basket. The upper arm terminals of the basket fit into a pronounced chiselled 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 and wire. The hilt retains a liner made of red cloth to the outside stitched to a leather lining on the inside now worn. The German (most likely made in Solingen) double-edged “broad-sword” blade is of fine quality and gently tapers to its rounded tip. It has a pronounced ricasso extending for 1.5 inches from the hilt after which the blade is sharp on both sides. A pronounced fuller extends from the hilt down the centre of the blade and is flanked by two fullers of similar width which commence from the end of the ricasso, all three terminating at a point 9.5 inches (24 cm) down the blade either side, the middle fuller slightly longer, after which the blade is of smooth lenticular section to its tip. On one side the middle fuller is marked “FARARA” flanked by a triple cross mark and the fuller above and below are marked “ANDRIA” flanked by double cross marks. The reverse side was once similarly marked but the letters are now illegible. For a similar style hilt see fig F15i, page 115, “British Basket-Hilted Swords”, Cyril Mazansky, The Boydell Press, 2005. The blade length is just under 32.75 inches (83 cm) and the overall length is 38.5 inches (98 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6750
Scottish Officers’ back sword of “Pinch of Snuff” type by Thomas Gill. A nice sturdy example of a Scottish Officers’ basket hilted sword of “Pinch of Snuff” type. The attractive and delicate construction of the basket guard identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of mid 18th century Scottish military officers’ swords. The complex hilt design consists of oval shaped apertures mounted between the structural guard bars which are infilled with an  elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron-work of unusual lace-like delicacy. The sword is similar to three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dating to 1757 to 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gained its name, and shows an officer in a Highland Regiment, probably on service in the Americas, with the sword tucked under his arm whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform auctioned by Christies in 1968 (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1). The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a London-made silver hilted example with makers marks “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014, with hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until circa 1780. Clearly the style was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad, and resembled sword types developed in Stirling at the time on contract for the military. The “Pinch of Snuff” hilt type was manufactured with two styles of frontal guard loop. One form being a plate fashioned into loops, sometimes pierced with a heart, and secured to the front of the hilt by screws as in the manner of our sword hilt, and that featured in the Christies Glasgow portrait commented on above. In the second form the loops are integral to the hilt as in a sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44 and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. The back sword blade is 35 inches (89 cm) long, of fine robust  quality, with a pronounced fuller extending from underneath the spine to half way down the blade after which it becomes double edged. Beneath this a shallower fuller extends down the middle of the blade almost to the tip.  The “GR” cypher is present either side, between the hilt and the commencement of the fullers, and on one side, beneath the cypher the etched name “GILL”, for Thomas Gill (working in Birmingham 1774 to 1801) is present in capitals. The spine of the blade is also inscribed in capital letters with a shallow etched inscription now worn and feint with the date 178(?). This could well be the name of the maker repeated and the date of manufacture, probably of the early 1780’s, which would be consistent with the early part of Gill’s career and the end of the period of peak usage of this sword type. The pommel is cone shaped and horizontally ribbed, a type which occurs on other Scottish style hilts and seems to be a Scottish characteristic for some contemporary swords (see two  swords with this pommel type in “The Swords and the Sorrows” ref 1:21 page 32, ref 1:24 page 34 plus the silver hilt ref 1:31 page 37 in same which is similar). The pommel has a pronounced neck which sits comfortably in a ring forged around the top of the basket which is attached to the upper ends of the guard arms. The hilt retains its original spirally fluted wooden grip with its shagreen covering, silver wire binding and is mounted with a red woollen fringe. The sword is in nice condition overall commensurate with its age.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6750
Scottish Officer’s Basket Hilted Sword of “Pinch of Snuff” type. A fine and attractive Scottish Officer's “Pinch of Snuff” basket hilted broadsword dating to the  middle to third quarter periods of the 18th century. The sword is in good condition with its original grip and liner and mounted with an imposing blade of “cavalry” length. The hilt design identifies this sword as a member of an uncommon and distinctive group of Scottish military officers' swords. The complex hilt structure consists of oval shaped apertures, mounted between structural guard bars, which are infilled with an elaborate lattice of finely wrought iron of lace-like delicacy. The pommel is of typical mid 18th century British bun shape with an integral pommel button. The pommel neck sits tightly in a circle of iron into which the upper arms of the basket guard are attached. The overall effect is a very elegant hilt which occupies a distinct place in the evolution of Scottish basket hilted swords. The hilt type is similar to at least three others depicted in contemporary portraits. The first is a painting dated between 1757 and 1763 called “The Pinch of Snuff” by William Delacour, after which the sword type gains its name, and shows an officer in a Highland regiment, probably on service in the Americas, with the sword tucked under his arm, whilst he pauses to take a pinch of snuff. The painting is illustrated in “History of Highland Dress”, John Telfer Dunbar, Oliver & Boyd 1962, Plate 47. The second shows Colonel William Gordon of Fyvie, in the uniform of the Queens Own Royal Regiment of Highlanders, painted in Rome by Pompeo Batoni in 1766, and illustrated in “The Clans of Scotland”, Micheil MacDonald, Brian Trodd Publishing, 1991, Page 108. The third is a painting of an officer in Highland military uniform, circa 1780, auctioned by Christies (“Pictures of Scottish Interest”, Glasgow, 2nd April 1969, lot 1) and now in the National Museums of Scotland. The earliest dated sword of this type that we know of, is a silver hilted example with makers marks, “TB”, which sold through Thomas Del Mar Auctions in London in December 2014 with London hallmarks for 1745 (lot 330). This example would indicate that the sword type arrived in the second quarter of the 18th century and thrived until circa 1780. Clearly the sword type was popular with the Scottish officer class at a time when Scottish regiments were increasingly being mobilised by the British Army for service abroad. The design is similar to some of the innovative hilts that came out of the workshops of Stirling in the same period. The hilt of this sword has frontal guard loops formed in the usual manner for traditional construction of Scottish basket hilted swords of the period, forged downwards from the base of the frontal knuckle bow bar to widen apart and curl upwards to join the bases of side guard bars either side of the blade. The same feature is seen with the sword illustrated in “Scottish Swords and Dirks”, John Wallace, Arms and Armour Press, 1970, fig 44, and also as illustrated in the Batoni portrait. Some of Pinch of Snuff swords were manufactured with loop guards forged as a detachable plate, usually pierced to the front with a heart and secured to the hilt by three screws. Some were manufactured with a vacant oval ring in “horseman” manner, as is the case with our sword. The exceptional blade is of cavalry length at 39.25 inches long (100 cm). Of lenticular section the gently tapering blade has a short ricasso and a broad shallow central fuller either side which begins circa 8 inches from the hilt (20 cm) and runs almost to the tip. Between the fuller and the hilt a “sun in splendour” surrounded by stars is present either side. The wooden grip is covered with shagreen and spirally bound with twisted copper wire. Decorative iron ferrules are mounted top and bottom. The hilt retains a tailor made buff leather liner with red velvet exterior. Overall the sword is 45.25 long (115 cm). The organic parts of the hilt, the grip and liner, are in fine and original condition. The sword is of robust manufacture and in fine condition overall with some parts of the hilt and blade exhibiting a minor pitting, patinated over, commensurate with age, as can be seen in the photographs.
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6650
Scottish Basket Hilted Back Sword circa 1740. A fine and stylish Scottish basket hilted back sword dating to the second quarter of the 18th century. The sword has an imposing presence in hand and is a well balanced and robustly constructed weapon. The fully formed basket guard is manufactured with sturdy, strong, round section structural bars and well formed panels, of high quality workmanship, creating an aesthetically appealing shape with smooth contours. The front panels and side guard plates of the hilt are pierced with hearts, circles and engraved with angular border line decoration. The pommel is cone  shaped with four sets of double lines, with rows of dots imbetween, radiating from the well formed, tall and deeply waisted button on top. The three upper arms of the guard are securely tucked into a groove cut around the lower half of the pommel. The sword hilt is tight and secure. Of tapering back sword form the blade has a short ricasso. The shoulders sit in a pronounced groove cut into the underneath of the cross guard bar. A broad  fuller extends from the hilt down the middle of the blade almost to the tip,  and tapers in proportion with the blade. A deeper, narrower fuller, runs from the hilt underneath the spine and fades away circa 10 inches (26 cm) from the tip. The blade has obviously seen use on more than one occasion. Some minor nicks to the cutting edge have been filed out over time, especially towards the tip, whilst  other, presumably more recent nicks, have been left unattended, now smoothed with age. The spirally grooved baluster shaped grip is of wood and covered with shagreen bound with a flat silver band in the grooves flanked by narrower wires. The remains of a leather liner at the base of the grip is still visible. An old red woollen fringe is present between the top of the grip and the pommel  base. This is a fine quality “meaty” sword which handles well with lovely proportions and  in fine overall condition, a nice example of its time. The blade is 35.75 inches (91 cm) and overall  the sword is 42 inches long (107 cm).
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : £6550
Outstanding North German Rapier of the Early 17th Century. A fine quality North German Rapier dating to the early 17th century. The elegantly contoured cradle guard is built with an intricately pierced double shell guard base and sides formed from delicately forged bars and scrolled quillons. The grip is bound with twisted wire and the onion shaped pommel vertically fluted with stylish grooves. The blade is of exceptional quality and retains its full length with clear makers marks on both sides. The rapier is in excellent condition and exhibits an attractive antique sheen all over. The complex hilt is formed from finely worked rectangular and square section  bars of varying widths with rounded edges, formed around a robust vertically fluted quillon block, shaped with downward facing triangular langets, which hold the blade tightly in place. Two horizontal quillons emanate from the block to form a cross guard and terminate in downward facing scrolls with swollen ends. From the centre of the cross guard two horizontal guard rings are forged from between the quillons with swollen middles. Underneath, two pas de ane rings curve from the block in convex manner to meet a secondary cross guard bar below, on to which is attached two smaller, horizontal, shell guard rings, each infilled with a sprung guard plate, finely pierced with a lattice of delicately fretted stylised squares of exquisite workmanship. The strength of the attachment of these rings to the primary guard rings above is reinforced by the addition of four “S” shaped  connecting bars. The onion shaped pommel is formed with an integral button and flared neck. The pommel is filed with decorous vertically fluted grooves and ridges similar to those of the quillon block. The blade is of excellent quality, of stiff diamond section, with flattened ridges. It possesses a short ricasso and tapers to its point. From the hilt, either side, a central tapering fuller extends for 5 inches (10.25 cm) from the hilt. At the hilt, the shoulders of the ricasso either side of the fuller, are cut with “thumb nail” marks.  Along its flanks the fuller is incised either side with narrow delicate lines interspersed with rows of dots. Inside the fuller on one side is the mark:  L V P V S    A U G U L A and on the other: I R S V S   M A R I A , both inscriptions interspersed with dots. At the end of the fuller either side a stylised cross is punched into the blade. The blade is probably of Northern Italian origin, manufactured by a Toledo trained smith working in an area under Spanish control, possibly Milan. The uninterrupted taper shows that the blade retains its original length. The wooden grip is vertically fluted and covered with a decorative wrap of bands of twisted wire with “Turks Heads” top and bottom. The sword is in fine condition, its parts tight together, well balanced and lovely to handle. The blade length is: 41.25 inches (105 cm) and overall is:  49 inches (125 cm) long.
  • Nation : Netherlands
  • Local Price : 7.500 euro.
A very scarce antique Dutch Flintlock Rampart Rifle with "Hackbutt" barrel. circa 1750, Leeuwarden City mark on the barrel, caliber 26 mm, length 183 cm, weigth 8 kilo, in very good condition. Price 7.500,- euro.
  • Nation : ?
  • Local Price : 7500 euro
A very fine presentation quality antique 18th Century Flintlock Pistol by Louis Lamotte a St. Etienne (1747-1791). caliber 17 mm, length 47 cm, in very good condition. Price 7500,- euro
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : £6500
German Two Handed Sword Circa 1580. A massive German two handed sword dating to the second half of the 16th century mounted with flamberge blade stamped with a bold armourer’s mark. The sword is a handsome and imposing weapon, well balanced, and retaining elements of original bluing to parts of the hilt. The cross guard is forged in a downward curving crescent of diamond section with flattened lozenge shaped terminals. Two forged scrolls have been applied to either side of each terminal and midway along each quillon. Two symmetrical ring guards are forged onto the quillon block front and back which become slightly wider towards their outer extremities forming diamond shapes. These are infilled with trefoil fleur de lys shapes. The multifaceted globular pommel is forged with ten vertically aligned sides and a flared neck below. The grip is of wood covered with blackened leather and of oval hexagonal form, widest in the middle where three raised bands have been shaped, after which it tapers towards the pommel and the grip base. The imposing German double-edged blade is forged with a pronounced ricasso forming a secondary rectangular grip below the guard. This extends for 7.5 inches (18.5 cm) until the secondary guard, consisting of two pointed flukes either side, protrude from the blade. Below this a large and deeply stamped blade-smith’s mark is present resembling a double axe-head in raised relief inside a panel and is probably of a Solingen smith. For the remainder of its length the blade is forged in flattened lenticular section and tapers slightly to its point. The blade is of “flamberge” type, cut with alternately facing counter-curved crescents forming waves running down the cutting edges. This creates a more imposing appearance, and also takes weight from the blade, to make it lighter and more dexterous in use. The term means “flame blade”, and is found on both two handed sword blades and contemporary rapiers. The effect involved hours of quality craftsmanship to create. When parrying with such a sword, unpleasant vibrations were transmitted into the attacker’s blade which caused the blades to slow contact with each other due to the drag effect initiated. The need to be prepared for this effect could put an opponent at a disadvantage. The unusual cross section of the blade would also inflict wider wounds with a thrust. The sword is in good condition. The blade length is 52.25 inches (132.5 cm). The overall length of the sword is 69 inches (175.25 cm). The cross guard span is 17 inches (43 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6500
Fine English Military Rapier Circa 1640 to 1650. A fine English military rapier dating to the early Civil War years mounted with an intricately chiselled and pierced hilt. The rapier is an elegant representation  of the mid 17th century armourers craft and of pleasing proportions. The hilt is typically English, unique in its architecture and workmanship, well contoured  and driven by function, its bold bars solidly forged together to form a robust hilt mounted with a high quality “ANDRIA FERARA” blade. The bowl shaped guard is made from one piece. The convex exterior is decorated with two concentric circles of chiselled segments which radiate outwards from the centre. The inner circle of sixteen segments widen towards their outer scallop shaped terminals, each highlighted by a ridge and lines of pierced dots towards the edges. The outer circle consists of thirty two smaller panels with border ridges, each finished with a uniform pattern of small chiselled holes forming three aligned quatrefoils separated by larger pierced circles at the edges. The edge of the bowl is an attractive scalloped shaped rim. The quillon block is of bold tapering form and vertically fluted. The quillons emanate horizontally from near the top and are fashioned in rounded hexagonal section, terminating outside the bowl in swollen fluted knops, with a grooved neck beneath, and a small raised button at the end. The front quillon is curled upwards and the rear quillon downwards. The underside of each quillon is secured onto a raised flange which emanates from the edge of the bowl for this purpose. The knuckle bow tapers in width to its top where it is secured to the pommel with a screw and is forged with a fluted knop midway similar to the quillon terminals. A guard ring follows the shape of the bowl rim and is formed in two halves which commence from the rear quillon and attach to the base of the knuckle bow at the front. These are formed with raised knops in the middle similar in form to others. The ring is further secured to the bowl below by four scrolled bars. The large, slightly flattened decorative pommel is mounted with an integral button. Underneath this a band of foliage is present beyond which sixteen pairs of vertical lines are incised with rows of small punched circles in the middle. At its base the pommel is boldly chiselled with a vase shape of eight scrolls, decorated with further punched circles, in which the pommel is depicted as sitting in a bud-like manner. Beneath this an integral flared pommel neck is chiselled with four further scrolls depicted as supporting those above. Clearly, the engraved patterns to the hilt are chiselled to a conscious mathematical  sequence involving two times multiples of the number four. The pommel neck has four scrolls, with eight above, followed by sixteen sets of fluted lines above this. The inner pattern of the bowl has sixteen segments and the outside thirty two. The long, tapering blade is of strong, stiff, diamond section, with the central ridge obscured by a deep and pronounced fuller which extends from the hilt almost to the tip. A short ricasso with deep grooves extends from the  block to the bowl aperture with deep fullers and a bold “man in the moon” Solingen armourers mark imbetween on either side. Further along inside the fuller on both sides is the name “ANDRIA FERARA”, each letter separated by diamond shaped punched dots, and flanked towards the hilt  by a quatrefoil of dots, and a stylised anchor mark towards the point. The blade retains its original length of just under 39.5 inches (100 cm) and the overall length is 46.25 inches (117.5 cm). The attractive grip is formed from a diagonally fluted wooden tubular core covered with layers of twisted copper wire and woven “Turks” heads top and bottom. The rapier is in fine condition with minor age blemishes. The hilt conforms to Norman type 88. A very similar example is illustrated by Stuart C Mowbray in “British Military Swords”, Mowbray Publishing, 2013, page 260, which is in the Victoria & Albert Museum Collection (Ref: M.2765.1931).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6500
Beaked Neb Scottish Ribbon Hilted Broad Sword. An attractive Scottish “West Highland Ribbon Hilted”, sometimes called “Beaked Neb”, broad sword dating to the middle or third quarter of the 17th century, in good original condition. These swords are usually associated with Highlanders in the Civil War, Covenanting and early Jacobite periods in Scotland. The sword has the characteristic “Beaked” hilt formed from wide flat iron bars forged together and decorated with cut grooves and lines. The basket is of sturdy construction. The arms are forged into a crescent of iron which fits into a groove extending most of the way around the pommel just below its middle. The pommel has an integrally raised button and is typically of door knob shape. The grip is formed from spirally grooved wood, now with some worm damage, and lacking its cover. The hilt also retains its leather liner. The double edged blade is of gently tapering form and of flattened lenticular section for most of its length. A short ricasso extends from the hilt with two short fullers of the same length near each blunt edge of the blade. A central shallow fuller extends for 6 inches (15 cm) from the ricasso inside which a running wolf mark is present either side. Beyond the fuller an armourers mark is stamped, more distinct on one side than the other, inside a panel in raised relief and appears to be a serpent coiled around a pole in raised relief. The blade was probably made in Passau. The overall condition of the sword is somewhat pitted all over which is usual for Ribbon Hilts with blackened age staining in patches. The only hitherto known portrait depicting such a sword is that of Lord Mungo Murray by John Michael Wright, circa 1670, and he is shown armed with a contemporary dag, dirk and long gun. His sword hilt is handsomely gilded. For a further reference work on ribbon hilt evolution see “British Basket-Hilted Swords” by Cyril Mazansky (Boydell Press 2005) pages 69 to 73. The blade is just over 32.25 inches long (82 cm). The overall length of the sword is just over 37.5 inches (95 cm).
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6,495
. . An Extremely Rare Volunteer Duke of Richmond’s Flintlock Musket by Clark. . . An Extremely Rare Volunteer Duke of Richmond’s Flintlock Musket by Clark An Extremely Rare Volunteer Duke of Richmond’s Flintlock Musket by Clark. 58&157; overall, 42&157; round smooth bore barrel with Gunmakers Company proof marks , musket bore. Fitted with Henry Nock pattern screw-less lock. Ring neck cock, frizzen pan flash guard engraved with Crown GR ,lock engraved Clark. Screw-less box lock action,. Walnut full stock with brass furniture comprising butt plate, trigger guard, 3 ramrod pipes, a throat pipe, and a fore-end cap. And oval thumb plate. No side plate, lock retained by single screw through brass washer. Steel rammer, Circa 1795. In very good condition&194;&160; Delivery cost: UK free DPD next day delivery. USA if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3,000 delivery is to your nearest airport is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery will be &194;&163;250, Rest of the world delivery is to your nearest airport if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3000 it is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery is &194;&163;250 . All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6450
Click and use the code 22466 to search for this item on the dealer website Rare & Beautiful, Early American Sword of the "Legion of the United States"
  • 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 : £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 : American
  • Local Price : 8,200.00 USD
RARE AMERICAN SILVER HILTED SMALLSWORD C.1725. The form of the sword is iconic and reflects the puritanical values of the Great Awakening in America. In American Silver Mounted Swords, 1700-1815, Peterson states “American silver hilted small swords are characterized by simple chaste lines. In Europe, most of the silver-mounted small swords of the same period were completely covered with heavily modeled or pierced decoration. In America, however, such surface decoration was extremely rare as American craftsmen relied more upon the pure beauty of line and form to attain their artistic effect.” He illustrates and discusses 16 examples. #1 is by John Coney of Boston dated to 1722. Its hilt is virtually identical to this example but for the grip terminals which are integral cups on the quillon block and pommel. (Note that the small projection at the base of the knuckle bow of Peterson #1 is a repair sleeve.) Our example retains the earlier feature of turban form wire knot grip terminals and in that regard compares to Peterson #3 dated to 1725. The remainder of the Peterson examples have either integral cups or separate ferrules, both later features. This example has a 25 5/8” undecorated concave face triangular blade. Of the 13 related examples, eleven are triangular and two flat. At that time (1955) eight of the thirteen related examples were in museum collections. Silver hilted swords in Colonial America were very rare and the zenith of gentlemanly style. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston reports, in a description of a sword by Jacob Hurd “Between 1730 and 1750 he (Hurd) made about ten swords, far more than his peers, most of whom made only one or two.” The 1762 inventory of silversmith John Edwards includes “One silver hilted sword at 60 pounds, 3 shillings” at a time when the per capita income in America was 15 pounds, 12 shillings. A historic and particularly early Colonial American sword for which, but for our FNS6632, there have been no comparable examples on the market for decades.
  • 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 Hero of the 79th Foot & Queens Bodyguard
  • Nation : British
  • Local Price : £6,295
A Very Good Rare India Pattern 1797 Sergeants carbine. A Very Good Rare India Pattern 1797 Sergeants carbine A Very Good Rare India Pattern 1797 Sergeant’s carbine. 52&157;,overall 37&157;carbine bore, barrel with ordnance proofs, rounded lockplate, border engraved, marked with crown ´GR´ ´Tower´ & Ordnance stamp. Swan neck cock. Polished walnut stock with ordnance mark at tail of trigger guard & faint store keepers stamp on butt, stockist’s mark WS .Regulation India pattern brass furniture. Iron ramrod. C1800 A rare carbine in Very Good condition Delivery cost: UK free DPD next day delivery. USA if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3,000 delivery is to your nearest airport is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery will be &194;&163;250, Rest of the world delivery is to your nearest airport if total purchases exceed &194;&163;3000 it is free. If less than &194;&163;3,000 delivery is &194;&163;250 . All prices are per shipment so one charge will cover multiple purchases made at the same time. Images courtesy of West Street Antiques (http://www.antiquearmsandarmour.com/)
  • Nation : -
  • Local Price : $7995.00
Fine Brescian Sail Dagger, ca. 1650. Triangular hand guard beautifully chiseled and pierced with acanthus design in the Brescian manner. Ten inch cross guard chiseled in spiral design; beautiful oval shaped pommel chiseled in relief with a central band, having the same design as on the guard. Spiral fluted wooden handle with original leather covering. Indentations in the leather showing that at one time it was wire wrapped. Deluxe blade with a very wide engraved ricasso with serrated edges and blade notches at the end to entrap an opponent's blade; oval thumb groove for better grip when fighting. Blade engraved overall on both sides (worn) with floral designs and an indistinguishable name. Minor to medium putting overall. Overall length, 24-1/4″. Blade length, 19-1/8″. Very fine quality.
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : 6.950 euro
A very fine antique Italian Swept Hilted Rapier. circa 1620, length 135 cm, in very good condition. Price 6.950 euro
  • Nation : Italian
  • Local Price : £6000
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 : ?
  • Local Price : £5950.00
Basket Hilted Sword.. New item, description to follow.
  • Nation : Japanese
  • Local Price : £5950
Click and use the code 21980 to search for this item on the dealer website Beautiful Edo Shinshinto ´Art Sword´ Quality Katana Signed Ishido Hisanaga
  • 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 : Netherlands
  • Local Price : 6.800 euro
A very nice antique Dutch 18th Century Double Barreled Flintlock Sporting Gun by J.Tomson Rotterdam. caliber 16 mm, length 123 cm, in very good condition. Price 6.800 euro
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  • Seller : baumassoc5wfa
WWII WW2 FIGHTING KNIFE. PATTON SWORD BLADE.  WWII FIGHTING KNIFE. MASSIVE WWI WWII FIGHTING KNIFE!!VERY HIGH QUALITY!!!...SEE PICS.10 1/4" DOUBLE-EDGE PATTON SABRE BLADE...SEE PICS.BLADE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION...SEE PICS.BLADE TIP IS GROUND PERFECTLY AND VERY SHARP!!!...SEE PICSHEAVY, SOLID CAST/POURED HILT...SEE PICS.2" POMMEL...SEE PICS.4" X 1 3/4" HEAVY, S-CURVED CROSS GUARD...SEE PICS.MODIFIED COLLINS #13 SCABBARD HAS BEEN MODIFIED TO FIT THE BLADE...SEE PICS.PLEASE CALL WITH QUESTIONS...262 783 9828SHIPPED TO LOWER 48Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWII-WW2-FIGHTING-KNIFE-PATTON-SWORD-BLADE-WWII-FIGHTING-KNIFE/203037107570?hash=item2f45f46572:g:eT0AAOSwGQpe88Mi
  • Seller : blueseller101
These heavy WWI or WWII era bayonet are 14 3/4 inches long overall with 9 1/4 inch blades.  They have thick steel guards & pommels with wood grips.  Both have serial numbers on their pommels.  These are used and have lots of heavy wear & patina.  There are no sheaths.  Shipping is $12.99 Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/lot-of-2-vintage-antique-combat-knives-knife-bayonets/313131297048?hash=item48e8146918:g:FkIAAOSwx9xe-lvQ
  • Seller : adimousebarnard
US Civil War universal bayonet scabbard for Lorenz. This is the 2 rivet type, Could possibly be Confederate as it looks different from typical Union scabbards Nice untouched US Civil War leather scabbard & frog made for imported bayonets. Robert Reilly’s book on American Socket Bayonets pictures a universal scabbard. The leather body has an oblong shape to accommodate the Austrian quadrangular blade of the Lorenz series of muskets. The body and tip of the scabbard are very solid. These are rare. Body length: 20 1/2"Nice . Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-Civil-War-universal-leather-bayonet-scabbard-for-Lorenz-2-rivet-Confederate/333640405920?hash=item4dae8493a0:g:LpsAAOSwcv9esYsE
  • Seller : prime_knives19
Civil War M1850 Infantry Officer sword by Ames Manufacturing, Chicopee, Massachusetts.  This is a scarce presentation pattern with not only the Ames marking on the blade and scabbard, but also a martially inspected etched blade.  The mounts are finished in high gilt and the drag is elaborately engraved as shown.  Most of the original wire wrap is missing but the shagreen grip is 100% intact.  Etching is visible on both sides, just difficult to photograph.  No breaks in the leather scabbard and no repairs of any kind.  The front throat of the scabbard is engraved "Capt. J.H. Wade from his Friends J.C.H. & Co."A 22 year-old Clerk at the time, Wade enlisted on 8/20/1862 as a Captain and on 8/21/1862 he was commissioned into "I" Company, Massachusetts 38th Infantry He Resigned on 3/3/1863. On 8/18/1864 he was commissioned into "C" Co. MA 4th Heavy Artillery. He was Mustered Out on 6/17/1865 at Washington, DC.  (Occupation listed as "Salesman") Promotions: Capt 8/16/1864 (As of Co. C, 4th MA HA) Other Information: born in 1840 in Boston, MA; Member of GAR Post # 2 (Dahlgren) in South Boston, MA -- 38th REGIMENT, MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, THREE YEARS The 38th Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. was recruited in towns in the vicinity of Boston and in Plymouth and Bristol Counties. Companies A, B, and C rendezvoused at Camp Day North Cambridge, while the other seven companies were organized at Camp Stanton, Lynnfield.  These latter companies were mustered in Aug. 20 to 22, the former at various times in July and August, 1862.    About the last of August the regiment was sent to Baltimore, Md.  Here on September 3 Col. Timothy Ingraham took command.  The 38th remained in Maryland until Nov. 10, when it embarked on the S. S. BALTIC as a part of the Banks Expedition to Louisiana.  Ship Island was reached Dec. 13, and Carrollton, near New Orleans, on New Year's Day, 1863.  Here the 38th was assigned to Gooding's (3d) Brigade, Paine's (3d) Division, Banks' 1864.  (19th) Corps. Early in March, 1863, the regiment proceeded to Baton Rouge, La., and later in the month cooperated with the Navy in the passage of the batteries at Port Hudson.  About April 1 the regiment was transported down the Mississippi River to Algiers opposite New Orleans where it joined the Teche Expedition, taking train for Brashear City, April 9.  At Fort Bisland, April 12, the regiment had its first combat experience, losing 6 killed and 29 wounded.  It then pushed on to Opelousas and thence proceeded by a forced march of four days to Alexandria on the Red River, which place was reached May 8.  Here the fleet was found in possession of the town.  After a week's rest at Alexandria the 38th, with the rest of Emory's Division, returned by the same road as far as Cheneyville where it  diverged to the eastward to Simmsport on the Atchafalaya River, reaching there May 18.  On the following day the troops started for the Mississippi, reaching that river near Morganza Bend on 22d.  From here transports bore them to Bayou Sara some miles above Port Hudson. On May 25 the regiment was engaged at Sandy Creek with slight loss.  In the first assault on Port Hudson, May 27, the regiment lost Lieut. Col. William L. Rodman and two enlisted men killed and 14 wounded.  In the second assault, June 14, it lost 7 killed and 84 wounded, 15 of these fatally.  After thesurrender of Port Hudson, July 9, the regiment accompanied an expedition to Donaldsonville, returning to Baton Rouge, Aug. 1. Here the regiment remained in camp through the fall and ensuing winter doing little active duty. In March, 1864, the 38th became a part of Sharpe's (3d)Brigade, Grover's (2d) Division, Franklin's (19th) Corps.  It started with the Red River Expedition in the latter part of March, proceeding as far as Alexandria, La., by boat and debarking there on the 25th.  Here the 3d Brigade was left to guard supplies while the rest of the force continued on toward Shreveport.     On April 12, the regiment embarked on the MITTIE STEVENS and went to meet the main force which was now in retreat.  The following day it met this force at Grand Ecore, and on the 21st of April the expedition left that place on its return to Alexandria.  In a skirmish near the crossing of Cane River, April 23, the 38th lost five killed and six wounded.  Alexandria was reached April 26, and was occupied until the 14th of May, when the army continued its retrograde movement through Marksville and Simmsport to Morganza Bend which was reached May 21.  On the 2d of May, while the expedition was at Alexandria, Brig. Gen. William H. Emory succeeded General Franklin in command of the l9th Corps.  Some skirmishes with guerrillas during the month of June marked the end of the combat service of the 38th Regiment in Louisiana.     Ordered to Algiers early in July, on the 20th of the month the regiment embarked on the KARNACK for Fort Monroe, the 19th Corps having been ordered to Virginia.  Arriving on the 28th, the regiment was immediately sent to Washington City.  Proceeding thence through Harper's Ferry to Halltown, W. Va., it here became a part of the Army of the Shenandoah, to which the 19th Corps was now attached.  After some maneuvering it advanced to a position near Berryville where it remained until the morning of Sept. 19, when it crossed the Opequan and participated in the battle of Winchester.  Here it lost 8 killed and 38 wounded, several mortally.  It was present at the battle of Fisher's Hill, Sept. 22, suffering only slight loss. At Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, the regiment was among those surprised in Early's morning attack, and took part in the Union counter attack on the afternoon of the same day.  Here it lost 5 killed, 14 wounded, and 35 captured or missing.      The 38th remained in camp, first at Cedar Creek and later near Kernstown until Dec. 20 when it was transferred to Winchester where it served for a short time as provost guard.  On Jany. 6 it marched to Stephenson's Depot where it entrained for Baltimore reaching its destination next day.  Here with two other regiments of its brigade the 38th took transport for Savannah, Ga. embarking Jan. 13, and arriving at its destination on the 19th.  Here it remained until March 4 when it embarked for Morehead City, N.C.  Reaching this place March 8, it entrained for Newbern, NC but returned the following day to Morehead City.  Here it remained handling and guarding supplies for Sherman's army until April 8 when it entrained for Goldsboro.  Here it did guard duty until May 2, when it returned to Morehead City and two days later again took transport for Savannah, Ga. The war now being at an end the following seven weeks hung heavily on the men of the 38th.  Finally on June 30, the recruits and re-enlisted men having been transferred to the 26th Mass. Regt., the remnant of the 38th took boat for Boston arriving at Galloup's Island, Boston Harbor, July 7. Here, July 13, 1865, the regiment was paid off and mustered out of the United States service. MASSACHUSETTS 4TH HEAVY ARTILLERY, One Year Fourth Regiment, Heavy Artillery.-Col., William S. King; Lieut.Col., Samuel C. Hart; Majs., Francis E. Boyd, William N. Meserve, Joseph W. Gelray.  The number on the regimental rolls of the 4th was 72 officers, 1,769 enlisted men.  One officer and 20 enlisted men died by accident or disease during its service.  The regiment was recruited for one year's service, and was composed of the 17th to 28th unattached companies of heavy artillery, which were mustered into service in Aug., 1864.  They were consolidated into a regiment by Special Order of the war department, dated Nov. 12, 1864.  The several companies left the state in three detachments about the middle of Sept., 1864, and were stationed on garrison duty in the Defenses of Washington during their entire term of service. The regiment was mustered out of service June 17, 1865.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Presentation-Ames-Civil-War-sword-38th-Massachusetts-Infantry-4th-Mass-HA/324214942103?hash=item4b7cb76997:g:zz4AAOSwZbde6N6f
  • Seller : frogcreekfarm
CZECHOSLAVOKIAN BAYONETMDL. VZ-58ISSUED COND.6.5" BLADE10.75" OVERALLRELEASE WORKS AS IT SHOULDNO SCABBARDHAVE SEVERAL IN SIMILAR COND. (MAY BE DIFFERENT #'S)SEE PICS FOR DETAILSEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-CZECH-VZ58-BAYONET-MILSURP/143645912879?hash=item2171f6af2f:g:1OYAAOSwfOBeOjBU
  • Seller : frogcreekfarm
ROMANIAN MILSURP BAYONET6" SAWBACK BLADE11" OVERALLWIRE CUTTERSCABBARD & FROG#'S MATCHSTILL IN COSMOLINE, NOT RUSTSEE PICS FOR DETAILEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-ROMANIAN-MILSURP-BAYONET-W-SCABBARD-FROG/143645912906?hash=item2171f6af4a:g:oewAAOSwmWFeaBoq
  • Seller : webyoursecurity
RARE INDIAN PRINCESS SWORDEXCELLENT MOTHER OF PEAR HANDLEWITH GOOD BLUING and ETCHINGS35.25'' OVERALL LENGTH  /  30'' BLADEMISSING THE LEATHER SCABBARDEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-1820-1830-US-Indian-Princess-Infantry-Officers-Sword/153992250371?hash=item23daa74403:g:h5EAAOSwymZe~n2x
  • Seller : milstuff22
ARSENAL REFURBISHED RUSSIAN MOSIN NAGANT MODEL 91-30 SOCKET STYLE BAYONET. BAYONET IS COMPLETE WITH PUSH BUTTON LOCK. BAYONET HAS NO ARSENAL MARKING ON IT. BAYONET MEASURES 19 3/4" FROM END TO END. BAYONET HAS ABOUT 95% FINISH. CHECK OUT THE OTHER MOSIN NAGANT ITEMS WE HAVE LISTED IN OUR STORE. EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. SHIPPING WILL BE $10.99. EBAY MAY ADD SALES TAX.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Russian-Mosin-Nagant-M91-30-Locking-Bayonet-Socket-Style-Arsenal-Refurb-Complete/353127295358?hash=item523806e97e:g:arcAAOSwtmhe~kgE
  • Seller : heritagenepal
Beautiful Sharp Katan Not A Scratch on the Blade It is Brand New  View more great itemsEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/KATAN-Battle-Realy-Sword-SHARP-The-Real-Deal-Clay-Tempered-Blade-HanBon-Sword/143645321598?hash=item2171eda97e:g:NNkAAOSw4xZcy1zU
  • Seller : flintlockmike
Excavated Bronze Bactrian Dagger or Short Sword, circa 2000 BCAncient bronze dagger excavated from the region near Uzbekistan during the 1950's.Acquired this and another in France from a collector of ancient weapons approx 12-15 years ago. Stated that this item was excavated somewhere near the region of Uzbekistan during the 1950's and that he had this one since the early 1970's. This area is known as the The Bactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex (Oxus civilization). It is the modern archaeological designation for a Bronze Age culture of Central Asia, dated to c. 2200–1700 BC, located in present-day eastern Turkmenistan, northern Afghanistan, southern Uzbekistan and western Tajikistan. Daggers of this type are often referred to as "Luristan" daggers which is a region closer to the area of what is now Iran. Many cultures in the middle east and Asia were intertwined for thousands of years.This is a good mostly complete example measuring at 14" total length and weighing 15 oz.Dagger has some heavy pitting and corrosion where there were impurities in the metal as expected from an excavated item. The entire dagger has slight curves or "bows" to it. Patina is deep into the bronze and is consistent with an authentic ancient piece.Please view all pictures provided to accurately describe and authenticate this item. I recommend consulting an expert for any questions or concerns on authenticity. I have described this item as it was described to me from a knowledgeable collector of bronze age items.Metal has not been scientifically tested. Bidders to make their own determination on authenticity.  Please see my other great items! 20% restock fee for any returns for any reason. Buyer responsible for return shipping fees. Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bronze-Age-Bactrian-Dagger-or-Short-Sword-Circa-2000-BC-Ancient-Luristan/203035928756?hash=item2f45e268b4:g:cSsAAOSwfqRe8RLd
  • Seller : greenpurplegreen05
Here we have a Yugo Bayonet & Scabbard for models 98 / 48. made by F.W. Holler . The scabbard is year marked 1938. Just about all color remaining. Nice original point on blade. Both maker marked as shown in photos. Blade is 10” . Please look over all pictures for best description. Buyer to pay $16.50 shipping shipped Priority Mail to US destinations.Lot MilsurpEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-YUGO-BAYONET-SCABBARD-M-48-GERMAN-K98-MAUSER-RIFLE-FW-Holler/174332605012?hash=item2897087254:g:PhkAAOSwVOte-iV9
  • Seller : bellmil
                                 U S MODEL 1833  ARTILLERY SWORD BELT & PLATE    A VERY SCARCE BELT & PLATE SET DESIGNED FOR SERGEANTS OF ARTILLERY (INFANTRY &  CAVALRY USED VERY SIMILAR PLATES).  FIRST ISSUED ABOUT 1833 AND USED UNTIL ABOUT 1865.  TWO CAST BRASS CIRCULAR DEVICES SHOWING AN EAGLE ON ONE HALF & CROSSED CANNON/US ON OTHER DISC.  COMES WITH ORIGINAL WHITE BUFF LEATHER BELT.  A RARELY OFFERED ITEM!                                                              ***********************    BELLINGER'S MILITARY INTIQUES HAS BEEN SELLING ANTIQUE MILITARIA FOR OVER 35 YEARS. I GUARANTEE ITEMS TO BE AUTHENTIC TO PERIOD & DESCRIBED TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY.  MY SPECIALTY IS AMER. CIVIL WAR, BUT I HAVE ITEMS FROM REV. WAR - WW II IN MY CATALOG.   PLEASE PHONE ME AT 770/992-5574 (BETWEEN 10:00AM - 11:00PM, ET) WITH ANY QUES. ABOUT ABOVE ITEMS OR ANY ITEM IN MY CATALOG.  TO PURCHASER:  DO NOT USE PAY PAL AMTS. AS THEY DO INCLUDE INS.  I WILL CALCULATE ACTUAL AMT. FROM USPS STE & NOTIFY PURCHASER.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/U-S-MODEL-1833-ARTILLERY-SWORD-BELT-PLATE/333641437346?hash=item4dae9450a2:g:Z4UAAOSw9s5eZAwH
  • Seller : knifeguy78
Beautiful blade and near flawless pressed and checkered leather grip on this unmarked sword or sabre bayonet.  This weapon is accompanied by the full length, iron mounted leather scabbard (rear seam has opened a little from age as shown) and fits the 0.577 caliber Pattern 1856 English Tower Enfield two band rifles including those made by Potts and Hunt, Barnett, London Armory and others.  The only marking is the double digit number stamped in the tang as typical for Confederate Civil War imports via the Blockade.  Polish is excellent overall and the sword bayonet is totally unmolested and as-found in an estate in Richmond, Virginia a few years ago.  Not often found complete with matching sheath.  No British ordnance or crown marks anywhere--pure export example.  Note the latch release spring has a minor crack (it still works) as shown.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/FINE-Civil-War-Tower-Enfield-P56-Rifle-sword-bayonet-and-scabbard/324215016741?hash=item4b7cb88d25:g:pm0AAOSw6Qde-3JB
  • Seller : frogcreekfarm
BELGIAN BAYONETTYPE CFNPLASTIC ORIG. SCABBARDGREEN CANVAS FROGUNISSUED COND.SEE PICS FOR DETAILSMINTEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/BELGIAN-FN-TYPE-C-BAYONET-W-SCABBARD-FROG/143645912890?hash=item2171f6af3a:g:FjUAAOSwB6Re577L
  • Seller : frogcreekfarm
ENGLISH BAYONETWWII ERA#9 MK1DESIGNED FOR THE #4 RIFLE & STEN MK5 SMGNO SCABBARDSEVERAL AVAILABLE ALL SIMILAR COND. (PIC IS EXAMPLE, MAY RECEIVER NOT EXACT ONE)SEE PICS FOR DETAILEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/BRITISH-9-MK1-BAYONET-6/143645912887?hash=item2171f6af37:g:z-4AAOSwu4xe58F1
  • Seller : waffen.com
Here is a lot of ww2 bayonets, one is a commemorative and the other two original. The two original ones are in very used condition and the other shows light age. the scabbard of the one is marked R, H. BERRY and something else. Good luck NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE THE US DO NOT ASKEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/LOT-OF-THREE-WW2-WW11-AMERICAN-BAYONETS-ORIGINAL-AND-NICE/233636225266?hash=item3665cde0f2:g:RycAAOSwvcte~QeS
  • Seller : ph6_jd_ipekeye
The musician's played an important part in battles of the time. There were no cell phones or walkie talkies to direct the troops so the musician's directed them through loud music commands . Therefore they accompanied the troops into battle and their sword was their only means of defense in the case they were overrun.   This is an excellent example made by the famous firm of Ames . The hilt is solid cast brass of regulation pattern. The knucklebow has the stamp " ADK " for the inspector A. D.  King who worked from 1831 to 1865. The straight single-edged blade is in great antique condition with a light gray patina. The obverse ricasso is stamped " US / G.K. C.( for the inspector George K. Carter who worked from 1861 to 1864 ) /  1864 " the reverse has the Ames mark , see photo. It is complete with it's black leather scabbard with brass mounts . The leather has cracked from age but is very sound . The overall length is 34 1/2" with a 28 " blade. A fine piece of Civil War history at No Reserve .I offer a 100% guarantee. If you are not happy, return it within 14 DAYS, and I will give you a full refund.  Free Shipping in the U.S. Outside the U.S., e-mail for cost estimate. I cannot ship items to Mexico, Israel  or Switzerland.  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Excellent-US-Model-1840-Musicians-Sword-Ames-Made-with-Scabbard-No-Reserve/303608486354?hash=item46b079d9d2:g:PUQAAOSw6nhe-NTO
  • Seller : webyoursecurity
This sword is in great condition and is actually quite well made and sturdy. Has a sharp blade.We do not ship internationally.Please see pictures for further description and list of items.Item Is sold as is.Please review the shipping details before bidding. The details are located beside the variable shipping rate in the listing.The Shipping service we offer is a variable rate that changes at check out according to your address and shipping service. Thank you for your interest in this item and happy bidding. May or may not have the following cosmetic issues, stains, scuffs, scratches, dust, debris, material stress, tarnish, ink writings, markings, packaging wear, metal wear, and material wear. Please read the full description for important shipping information.CommunicationPlease feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have regarding our active or completed listings. We will do our best to provide you the information you are looking for.Employees of The Salvation Army manage this eBay account Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm EST. During these hours we are available to to answer questions and address customer concerns.Please send all communication via the eBay messaging system.About UsThe Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center provides spiritual, social and emotional assistance for men who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves. The program is offered free of charge to participants and focuses on rehabilitating the mind, body, and spirit. The center provides for the physical necessities of the men, as well as their emotional and spiritual needs. While in the program each man participants in a variety of therapies including individual, group, family and work; all in a clean, wholesome environment. The physical and spiritual care the program participants receive, prepares them to re-enter society and return to gainful employment. Many of those who have completed the program, are reunited with their families and resume a normal life.The center is funded solely by the sale of donated goods. The items we receive are sold in our Family Stores and through our eBay selling program. Each time you make a purchase from us, either here or in one of our Family Stores, you are helping to restore broken lives.Customer service is our top priority. If you make a purchase from us and an issue arises; please give us a chance to make things right by contacting us before leaving negative feedback or opening a case. We promise to resolve problems quickly and professionally.    Payment and ShippingPAYMENT TERMS:PayPal is the only method of payment we acceptIn the event payment has not been received 5 business days after the auction has ended, we may relist the item and open an unpaid item caseWe do not end auctions early for "Buy-it-Now" offersSHIPPING TERMS:We do not ship internationally.We are happy to offer combined shipping for listings ending on the same day. Please contact us after the auctions end to make arrangementsPayment must clear PayPal before an item will be shippedAll items are available for local pick-up, but payment must first be cleared via PayPalLocal pick-up is available 8am to 3pm Monday through Friday; please contact us to make arrangementsAll shipments come with delivery confirmationItems listed for "Local Pick-up Only" must be retrieved no later than 10 business days after payment is received, if any item is not retrieved in this time frame, the payment will be refunded and the buyer blocked from future auctionsWe will only ship to the address the buyer has registered with eBayEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/53-Inch-Claymore-2-handed-Sword/224063553825?hash=item342b3a8121:g:BRMAAOSwu99e-3ug
  • Seller : civilwarshop.com
Wonderful original matching set which likely saw service in the Mexican AND Civil War era.  The sword is dated 1843 and was made by N.P. Ames, Springfield, Massachusetts under direct military contract.  Few any nicer than this one!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/FINE-US-Civil-War-era-M1832-Ames-Heavy-Artillery-sword-with-original-belt-rig/224064845709?hash=item342b4e378d:g:v34AAOSwIOxe839~
  • Seller : metalblade-us
Superb German saber known as '' à la Blucher ''. In force in the Prussian cavalry and infantry. Based on the 1811 model, which has been used since the Napoleonic Wars (notably in Waterloo) until the middle of the 20th century. This saber was largely inspired by the English model known as `` Model 1796 '', with the shape of the typical guard and the curved blade, which one says, made devastations in the French army.  Total length : 104 cm Length without scabbard : 102.5 cm  Here is a magnificent German infantry saber. The blade and scabbard are in superb condition, the scabbard has some signs of wear. It is signed by the famous manufacturer `` E & F HORSTER WAFFENFABRIK, SOLINGEN ''. The handle is made of wood and original leather with a double silver filigree with its original strap, also in very good condition. The scabbard is made of steel with a hanging ring painted black. Do not hesitate to acquire this superb saber which can easily complete your showcase of Prussian or German sabers. CAUTION: The piece is unique, there is no duplicate. I answer your questions, don't hesitate!No return possible.I am not responsible for delays and postage losses,that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so your purchase will be covered.Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and paypal. SHIPPINGEurope: 25 eurosPoland and Bulgaria: 50 eurosChina, Canada, U.S.A.: 65 euros Don't let this unique collector's item escape you, there won't be one for everyone. Good luck !Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/GREAT-AND-RARE-GERMAN-SABER-BLUCHER-HANDLE-EMPIRE-ORIGINAL/153987855543?hash=item23da6434b7:g:weMAAOSwJe9edA2k
  • Seller : jzsword
This a Saxony Model 1889 Cavalry Officers Sword. It is well marked to the Saxony ULan Regiment No 18.  The Ulans were originally started by the Polish . they were an elite group that went into battle with lances , pistols and swords  They were so successful that soon all of Europe soon adapted their battle strategy The hilt is of nickel in great condition. The black grip is probably of a composition material, there is a small chip under the pommel . The outer guard is of the folding type and is in perfect working order . The face has the coat of arms of Saxony. The straight single-edged blade is in fine condition with just a few specks of age spots. It is beautifully etched with designs including an elaborate panel that was originally blued now age has turned it to a blue / black. It is inscribed " K (?) gl  Sachs . 2 . Ulan Regt Nr 18 " , see photo. Even the back of the blade is etched with a laurel leaf design, see photo. The reverse ricasso has the stamp of the famous firm of Alexander Coppel a balance scale. It is complete with its nickel plated steel scabbard in great condition with the exception of one small plating flake. The overall length is 37 1/2" with a 31 3/4 " blade. A beautiful Saxony sword regimentally marked at No Reserve. I    I offer a 100% guarantee. If you are not happy, return it within 14 DAYS, and I will give you a full refund.  Free Shipping in the U.S. Outside the U.S., e-mail for cost estimate. I cannot ship items to Mexico, Israel  or Switzerland.        Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Excellent-Imperial-German-Saxony-Officers-Cavalry-Sword-Ulan-Regiment-No-18-NR/293632923789?hash=item445de2d88d:g:PPgAAOSwzgBe-8Kz
  • Seller : deadcatgun
U.S. Military BOC Bayonet with Scabbard, measuring 12" overall with a blade length of 6-3/4".  Bayonet is in excellent condition, scabbard shows age patina, wear, use.  Cross-guard marked on top area, US MSeven /Boc markings.  See photos for further details, clarification, and condition. Have you seen our other Zero Reserve Auctions?  Always going on......Day or Night!   Check it out!!!FREE SHIPPING!!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-US-Bayonet-Vietnam-BOC-Knife-Bayonet-with-M10-Scabbard/224066240422?hash=item342b637fa6:g:iqkAAOSwpvVe~lNQ
  • Seller : sfga20
RARE ORIG. WW2 US ARMY/USMC M-1 GARAND/CARBINE, COLT 1911, CLEANING ROD PATCHES . Condition is New. Shipped with USPS First Class Package.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-ORIG-WW2-US-ARMY-USMC-M-1-GARAND-CARBINE-COLT-1911-CLEANING-ROD-PATCHES/264779821140?hash=item3da61b7054:g:7sMAAOSwHkRey97y
  • Seller : sydnebrackin_0
Antique Style Steel Engraved Sword / Saber with Black Handle Including Scabbard. Condition is Used. Good Condition.San Antonio stamp on it.  Blade in good condition with surface blemishes on it.Scabbard has 2 dents and some pitting on it.Total Length: 36"Handle Length: 5"Blade Width: 3/4"Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Style-Steel-Engraved-Sword-Saber-with-Black-Handle-Including-Scabbard/124246434583?hash=item1cedaa2317:g:aBIAAOSwxPVe~6x5
  • Seller : webyoursecurity
Very good condition and guaranteed original WWI Imperial German Bavarian Model 1855 infantry officer dress sword. 31” blade has beautiful original bright finish and crisp etched panels on both sides with the “In Treue Fest” motto. Not maker marked. Remaining metal finish is original black paint showing a little normal wear and flaking. Grip has tight wire wrap and no damage. Fitted in correct original steel scabbard that has original black paint showing a little normal wear, no dents. A nice Bavarian officer sword for your collection.Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/WWI-IMPERIAL-GERMAN-BAVARIAN-MODEL-1855-INFANTRY-OFFICER-DRESS-SWORD/392846951439?hash=item5b7780c40f:g:eJwAAOSwEh1e77JD
  • Seller : imagine713
UP FOR BID AN ANTIQUE US NAVY OFFICER'S BELT AND BUCKLE WITH SWORD STRAPS HAS SOME LIGHT WEAR ON THE BELT SEE PICTURES. STRONG LEATHER POST CIVIL WAR   HIGH BIDDER PAYS ACTUAL SHIPPING RETURNS ACCEPTEDEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ANTIQUE-US-NAVY-OFFICERS-BELT-WITH-BUCKLE-AND-SWORD-STRAPS-GOOD-CONDITION/264779783148?hash=item3da61adbec:g:xEEAAOSwnWFeW~8d
  • Seller : mr.jerry
Hello Friends! This is one of the nicer examples of this classic French bayonet that we have seen in a long time. Matching numbers on cross guard and scabbard. Please examine the photos for condition; just ask if you need to see more. Thanks for look and hopefully bidding! You are helping to keep our small business open in these uncertain times. We are not just a home business, we have an actual store- The Military Collectibles Shop- where we are always buying and selling! Please note the pandemic/virus has caused delivery delays on packages going to Europe, 4-6 weeks longer than usual to arrive (circumstances well beyond my control). Some customers were not willing to wait, therefore we are currently unable to offer any international shipping. We will resume as soon as the postal services resume their more timely deliveries. Thanks for understanding! Stay safe out there! (805) *I figure combined postage after the auctions end and then send an invoice. Combined postage is only given when all items are paid for on one invoice. *I ship to the address shown when you pay for the item. *I do not delay shipments. I ship when you pay. *100% Originality Guaranteed *We aren’t happy unless you are happy with the item. You can bid with confidence.*I am an honest seller. If I make a mistake, it is unintentional. Please email me with any issues in a kindly manner so we can work them out. *Please keep in mind my items are usually old, vintage items from barns, basements and attics where they have been for many years, some 60+ years. They may be a bit dusty or dirty, smell a bit, and may have the occasional cobweb or animal hair on them. We won’t send out anything in a horrible state, but we don’t have them dry cleaned before we sell them. Please keep this in mind if you have allergies or other concerns. *I am an active member of WAF, GDC, and USMF. Thank you!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/FRENCH-GRAS-M1874-BAYONET-AND-SCABBARD-1878-MRE-D-ARMES-ST-ETIENNE-MATCHING-S/383615309293?hash=item59514115ed:g:SGUAAOSwEtxe~fe7
  • Seller : ronweinand
From a veteran's estate sale, here is a GERMAN FAUSTREMEN OR KNOT FOR NCO OR NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERSIn high demand and original and has been on a sword or bayonet Leather is in excellent to near mint condition and is very pliableSee my other auctions for more parts and items from this large estate sale and combine lots to save on shipping chargesEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-GERMAN-FAUSTREMEN-FOR-NCO-NEAR-MINT-HAS-BEEN-ON-A-SWORD/313133276001?hash=item48e8329b61:g:1LEAAOSwfbxeb5j9
  • Seller : webyoursecurity
vv  Antique Militia Sword US Civil War era US Militia style sword with a 27 1/2” straight blade, 34” overall with a one piece heavy brass handle.    Pommel has a eagle on one side and shield on the other.   No visible makers markings.   In original black leather covered stiff scabbard with acorn tip.Sword is very good condition....shows age   Handle is tight.    Blade has a few dark spots.     Quality blade.  TERMS:  ----    All forms of payment are accepted and shipping can be combined on multiple items.    If foreign shipping is offered, the foreign shipping fee will be listed and this shipping fee is NOT negotiable and do not ask us to falsify customs forms.    International Buyers – Please Note:  Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.   Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying.  If payment is by Paypal, items are shipped to your Paypal address, otherwise to your eBay address, please make sure your address is correct.   If you request delivery to an address that is different than your confirmed address, we will assume no responsibility.   Payment details are emailed to high bidder shortly after auction end and payment is expected within 5 days.  All items are mailed via US Post Office, buyer pick-ups are not available.   Do not ask for a “buy it now” on auction items and also we will not end auctions early for an emailed offer.   Items are described as accurately and honestly as possible and photos are of actual item at auction.   We include all the information we have about this item and if it’s not shown in the photos, then it’s not included.    Please do not assume that we are experts on this item simply because we have it at auction.   If you have any questions, please ask before you bid and please thoroughly read the entire listing description.  Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-Civil-War-Militia-Sword-w-Scabbard/274414034233?hash=item3fe459dd39:g:7~QAAOSwMq5e-6y0
  • Seller : pcay
Absolutely beautiful, this is an extremely nice copy of the BOOK The Scottish Sword 1660-1945 An Illustrated History by Harvey J.S. Withers that has survived in Brand New Condition. It consists of 251 full color illustrations and detailed descriptions.                         vv    vv    Be sure to add me to your favorites list!   Check out my other items!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Scottish-Sword-1660-1945-BOOK-An-Illustrated-History-Brand-New-Condition/402308355982?hash=item5dab72578e:g:nYEAAOSwjOVe5~kh
  • Seller : frogcreekfarm
ENGLISH BAYONETWWII ERA#9 MK1DESIGNED FOR THE #4 RIFLE & STEN MK5 SMGNO SCABBARDSEVERAL AVAILABLE ALL SIMILAR COND. (PIC IS EXAMPLE, MAY RECEIVER NOT EXACT ONE)SEE PICS FOR DETAILEbay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/ENGLISH-9-MK1-BAYONET/133454983086?hash=item1f12896fae:g:z-4AAOSwu4xe58F1
  • Seller : militarybizniz
vv   NICE WW 2 GERMAN K98 BAYONET W/MATCHING #S, F.W.HOLLER DATED 1939, FROG DATED 39   NICE WW 2 GERMAN K98 BAYONET WITH MATCHING NUMBERS, F.W.HOLLER MAKER, 39 DATED BLADE AND BLACK FROG MAKER MARKED AND DATED 1939......MOST OF THE BLUE STILL REMAINS EXCEPT SHEATH AND NICE EXAMPLE............ AS SHOWNPLEASE DOWN ON YOUR COMPUTER FOR ALL THE PICSPLEASE NOTE...INTERNATIONAL BUYERS WILL HAVE TO BID BY  SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS AND PRICING FOR EBAY'S GLOBAL  SHIPPING AND NEED TO CONTACT EBAY FOR SHIPPING FEES.WILL OFFER COMBINED SHIPPING ON ITEMS FROM SAME DAY AUCTION LISTING PLEASE NOTE I NO LONGER ACCEPT BIDS FROM BIDDERS WITH LESS THAN 5 FEEDBACK AS I HAVE FOUND THEY DON'T PAY, SORRYNOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS THAT DON'T FIT FOR RETURNS AS THESE ARE SOLD AS COLLECTABLE SPLEASE NOTE..BECAUSE POSTAL RATES INCREASE TO MOST SHIPMENTS TO WESTERN STATES THE S/H MAY OR MAY NOT CHANGE FROM POSTED RATES DEPENDING ON WEIGHT AND SIZE OF PURCHASE AND WILL BE REFLECTED ON INVOICE TO THOSE THAT APPLY...PLEASE FEEL FREE TO REVIEW THE OTHER ITEMS I HAVE LISTED IN THIS AUCTION....THANK YOU AND ENJOY THE OFFERING  ***PLEASE READ PRIOR TO BIDDING*** All of my items are direct Vet or estate purchases and are Guaranteed "AUTHENTIC" and as-advertised. BID WITH CONFIDENCE. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase simply return for a full refund...no questions asked. Notice of your return must be made no later than (3) days after you receive your item(s). Buyer is required to confirm their winning bid within (48) hours and make full payment within (4) days of auction close. All bidders must be at least 18 years of age. Seller reserves the right to cancel any bids with zero or negative feedback. Thanks for bidding and good luck with the auction!!! Payment       I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Shipping & Handling $15.60 USPS Priority Mail® vvvv vv     More than just a pretty picture. Try Vendio Image Hosting.  FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Over 100,000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today!Ebay URL:https://www.ebay.com/itm/NICE-WW-2-GERMAN-K98-BAYONET-W-MATCHING-S-F-W-HOLLER-DATED-1939-FROG-DATED-39/392857611740?hash=item5b78236ddc:g:TVsAAOSwaXVe-6C6
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