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$275.00
Conjoined pair, sometimes called panniers, comprising accordion fold pockets, each about 13" deep to hold a large bore percussion traveling pistol. The strap and back of thick leather. The pouches of beaver tail. One flap with a iron ring to the tip. Soun... (read more)
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$585.00
Probably WWI era. Standard pattern with 27 1/2" blade etched first half with foliage, naval motifs and name panel hand engraved with owner's name M M STEWART. The forte with retailer's name, BROWNING & KING, BROOKLYN NY. That seller generally identified a... (read more)
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$220.00
See Neumann 83.A. Iron, 9 1/4" height, matching the very largest of the 14 Neumann examples so identified for size. Form similar to belt axes but nearly twice the weight and carried with camp equipment. Unmarked suggesting an American blacksmith origin. R... (read more)
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$210.00
Classic example of the type made in Europe and imported to America as sailing ship ballast. 6 3/4" height. Round socket with thickened step below. Rusted with some original surface intact and remnants of the wood haft within the socket suggesting a stored... (read more)
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Iron, 5/8" height with circular eye. Wedge shaped blade with the step below the socket. That feature identifies its typology. See Neumann 6.A-8.A. Excavated with good brown patina. No deformation to the eye. Desirable small size which definitely was short... (read more)
$190.00
Forged iron with two nesting pans (the upper is the lamp while the lower collected drippings) each with fancy crested terminals. Mottled forged finish. 13" height with the spiral twist suspension hook.... (read more)
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$185.00
Type used from the 1600's through early 1800's, but predominately dating from the earlier period. Though some call this type a cruise, Nutting calls this type with opened pan as well as the vertical side lidded examples "Bettys". Forged iron, this example... (read more)
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$190.00
9" length, natural horn with short raised spout. Flat base plug of transverse grained wood with raised pierced brass stud for securing the shoulder strap. Turned stopper. Showing great age with dark patina and delamination to the horn. Probably dating abo... (read more)
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$145.00
Natural horn, 4 3/4" length to provide the finer granulated powder for flintlock ignition. Simple form of oval section with wood base plus mounting a brass capstan and ring and retaining its original suspension thong. The horn of very active "flame" patte... (read more)
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$185.00
7 1/8" length. Small size but capable of providing 10-15 charges which was more than needed for hunting. Shaved horn with turned stopper. Slightly domed wood butt with forged spike formerly securing the suspension strap. The body painted in green and the ... (read more)
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$175.00
7 3/4" length. Natural horn heat shaped to oval section with short raised spout and domed wood base with central forged iron spike securing the shoulder strap, now perished. Pinched fiddle back stopper. Glossy patina. The surface lightly abraded from shap... (read more)
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$285.00
12 1/4" length. Natural horn shaved to weight with a third its length at the tip transitioned to octagonal section with raised octagonal spout. Domed soft wood base secured by brass tacks and mounting a brass based suspension ring. Pinched stopper. Fine a... (read more)
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Mid-18th century to Revolutionary War period. 7 3/4" length. The body well worked to flattened octagonal section with pierced raised lug for the forward strap connection. Original strap with pieced repair, connected to the oak butt piece with a pewter hea... (read more)
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17" length. Trench made with globular lead head on lacquered wood haft. The butt pierced for a wrist thong. Well used with good age character. Neither side was fully prepared for trench warfare in WWI and a number of trench made weapons for hand to hand c... (read more)
$975.00
Standard pattern (P.32) Blade marked with maker's name PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. Opposite with US, inspector's initials and probably a date. (Providence Tool produced these 1861-64 only.) The marks weak as struck and obscured by buildup of preservative at the f... (read more)
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$1,050.00
Classic as served in the Revolution. This example probably American made utilizing an imported, 26 1/2" blade as was the custom. See Neumann 80.S for a very similar example identified as American by, among other things, its imported blade from the exact t... (read more)
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Woodland, probably Iroquois. 19th century, probably mid century or earlier. 21 1/4" length with slightly flared butt and distinct off set to the bag shaped burl head. Shows great age with lineal grain opening. The surface scraped not sanded or carved and ... (read more)
$365.00
Standard pattern, Peterson #10. Blade marked US/ AHC/1860, all weak on the right as struck. Reverse with markings obscured, almost surely Ames, which are invariably only faintly marked. Hilt good dark patina and no defects. Blade with smooth gray patina. ... (read more)
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$90.00
18th century. Cast bronze/brass, heart shaped with nubs to the perimeter. 3/4" height. The surface carefully cleaned with light surface texture from burial. ... (read more)
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$90.00
18th century. Cast bronze/brass, heart shaped with nubs at the shoulders, center and tip. 3/4" height. Excellent with glossy green patina. Type more commonly found made of silver.... (read more)
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$675.00
Brass hilt with P form guard. Leather covered ribbed grip made without wire wrap. 33" curved broad fullered blade, unmarked. Hilt shows a pleasing deep patina. Blade with raised storage rust with considerable original blue showing through. A few small spo... (read more)
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$275.00
7 1/2" length of plain functional horn with bell shaped spout formed in relief, as the entire body is worked down to thin section. Plain spherical stopper. The spout and stopper both slightly elliptical allowing the stopper to "lock" with a twist. A demon... (read more)
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$110.00
Hand made, from the New England cottage producers who supplied the Western Movement after the Civil War. General form as popularized by the Green River factory in Greenfield Massachusetts, but slightly longer with 5 5/8" blade. Shorter clipped tip. Wood s... (read more)
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$145.00
Superior product of a New England cottage industry produced for the Western Expansion after the Civil War much of which was sold at St. Louis, the last developed city east of the frontier. 7 1/2" carbon steel blade with slightly upturned tip, characterist... (read more)
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Standard pattern by scarce maker, PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. who produce just 10,000, less than 1 in 20 made. Brass hilt shoes few minor blemishes only. Grip sound and complete. Blade shows smooth mottled fray patina. The forte with maker's name (poorly struck) ... (read more)
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Plated hilt based on the 1840 nco sword with large George Washington bust pommel. Wire wrapped black leather grip. 30 1/8" d.e. blade well etched with foliage panels flanking F O S A one side and the owner's name opposite. Plated scabbard with three mount... (read more)
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Standard pattern, Peterson #121. Brass hilt with high relief detail of eagles on flags foliage etc., with remnants of fire gilt in protected areas. Wire wrapped shark skin covered grip, excellent. 29 1/4” d.e. blade decorated with eagle, US, foliage and g... (read more)
$645.00
Custer period. Standard pattern (Peterson #86). 33” curved s.e. blade profusely decorated with US, military, and patriotic motifs and RIDABOCK BROS. NEW YORK maker’s name to the forte. Brass hilt with three bar guard with high relief eagle and stars motif... (read more)
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$245.00
Demonstrating the urgency of the need for any weapons at all, as the prospect of war jelled into reality. 8 1/2” length, with open seam conical socket pierced for a securing stud and leaf shaped point. Made of bar stock with low medial and formed with the... (read more)
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$1,250.00
Figure eight hilt with rolled quillon. Oval wood grip. The grip and hilt painted or pitch coated with brush marks evident. 29 3/8” narrow fullered wedge section blade with false edge struck with a makers mark at the forte. No other marks indicating its pr... (read more)
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