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1700. Classic form, Neumann 83.PA. 8 1/4" height of full wedge section. Circular eye with the small beard below. Brown surface rust texture with the socket top well preserved as rarely found. A heavy axe used to cut wood for shelter and fire as well as br... (read more)
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$90.00
Late 19th century. Classic form as used on the Russell skinner as well. The blade form identified as the 3576 which continued in use with a different form grip. This example marked DEXTER?3576. That notation came into use in 1884. Blade marked with the Ha... (read more)
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$105.00
1870's-90's, from the fur trade which involved the buffalo harvest on the plains as well as trappers in the mountains. New England made. One piece shaped wood grip with three securing rivets. Thick forged 6 1/4" blade with rounded profile edge and termina... (read more)
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$435.00
Displaying the same elongated hilt proportion as the naval sword above. 28 3/8" straight d.e. blade, unmarked and retaining its bright finish with superficial toning only. Silvered brass hilt with eagle head pommel and "bow tie" guard with considerable he... (read more)
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$1,250.00
Gilt brass hilt with eagle head pommel and sea serpent terminals to the recurved guard. Those figures evidently evolved into the dolphin head quillons on the 1852 standard pattern, a definite softening of the image. Swelled base reeded bone grip. 30 3/8"... (read more)
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$2,850.00
Indian maiden pattern (1821 pattern, Peterson #69) with specific South Carolina theme. Fully modeled Indian Maiden pommel. The counter guard with the Indian maiden with bow and arrow is repeated in full figure. She holds a staff mounted by a Liberty cap,... (read more)
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$1,675.00
Revolutionary War period. See Neumann 189.S-192.S for four related examples. This example with 24 1/2" curved broad and narrow fullered blade, unadorned and hand hammered which is typical for American examples. English and European blades were machine rol... (read more)
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Brass hilt with five ball guard. Reeded bone grip. 30 1/2" broad fullered blade with bright gilt decoration of military and patriotic motifs on strong blued ground, first half. Blade with working life brazed break past the decoration, Minor staining only... (read more)
$735.00
Brass hilt of standard pattern, Peterson #101, with Brass hilt and fine diced bone grips. 30 3/4" straight broad fullered blade Blued first half with scrolling ends and etched with scrolling foliage and military trophies including stars & bars splay. Blue... (read more)
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$835.00
Gilt brass hilt with eagle head pommel and foliage decorated recurved knuckle bow. Reeded bone grip scales. Hilt with fine patina and only smallest flakes to the grip. 31" straight blade, broad fullered first half transitioning to rounded face each side.... (read more)
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$85.00
C.1880's. Large wood scale grip skinning and butchering knife as served on the American frontier. The 11" blade with hand hammered tang which extends about half way into the grip and secured by five rivets. That construction indicative of early cottage in... (read more)
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By famed maker AMES MFG. CO. CHICOPEE MASS and so marked on the ricasso of the 29 1/4" diamond section blade. The first half decorated with military trophies and US. Shows light gray patina with original military preservative. Brass hilt with folding side... (read more)
$425.00
Peterson #121. Brass hilt with folding side guard shows original gold overlay in protected areas. Wire wrapped shark skin covered grip. 30 3/4" diamond section blade etched with US, eagle, military trophies and scrolling foliage. Retailer's name A G LALIM... (read more)
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1860's-80's. Generally patterned after the skinning knives of the period which were produced in New England and shipped to Saint Louis and Western outposts, this example is blacksmith made from a rasp and mounted with a deer or elk antler grip. 11 1/2I to... (read more)
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The knife, c.1870's, of classic large skinning knife type as saw extensive us in the Westward expansion. 8 3/8" blade surface rusted obscuring marks if any. The well-worn wood grip replaced during its working life, mounted slightly skewed to the blade and... (read more)
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Western, possibly California. 65 3/4" length with tapered wood haft decorated with three segments of trade ribbon over hide wrap. Elegant stone head bound with red cord. Shows dark patina throughout. The decoration complete and sound. Probably late 19th c... (read more)
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Small rudimentary even crude, example as was produced in the field. 32" length. Cut from a limb and field shaped with a knife. Well shaped nocks and twisted plant fiber string. Sound and soiled from age. Complete and undamaged. Fine example of Indian inge... (read more)
$265.00
Probably North Mississippi River. 30 1/2" length with scraped wood shaft. Elongated leaf shaped iron point secured in black pitch wrap. Similar wrap to the fletch area and there transverse binding holes. Fletching lacking. Deep parallel nock. Excellent fo... (read more)
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Early 19th century. 24 1/4" length for shooting from horseback. Flaked stone point of rounded triangular form. Scraped wood shaft with shallow V nock and triple feather fletching secured with sinew. Head and wrap sound and undamaged. Haft soiled but excel... (read more)
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32 5/8" length. Scraped wood shaft about as straight as they come. Large well flaked stone head. Shallow V nock. The single feather secured in a cut with double hide lashing. Blackened overall. The point with one barb chipped in its working life and black... (read more)
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26" length. Scraped shaft with flaked stone point secured in sinew (a little raveled). Carved flared nock with shallow V groove. Double fletched with one feather intact and the other missing. Point undamaged and well preserved. Expected ageing with a litt... (read more)
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19th century. 32 1/4" scraped wood shaft (warped) with shallow V nock. Triangular stone head (tip chipped) secured with plant fiber. Two feather fletching, lashed at the bottom and glued full length. Feathers tattered and about 50% remaining. Sound and ex... (read more)
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18th-19th century. 30 5/8" length. Scraped wood shaft (warped). Broad triangular stone point secured with pine pitch covered plant fiber. The upper shaft split with a single turkey feather flight. Shall cross form nock. Very dark overall probably form lon... (read more)
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Early 20 the century made by adapting a commercially produced archery bow. The entire bow stripped and colored with dark natural pigments. Surface dry with a little flaking but no damage. The grip covered with stitched hide. Stitching intact. The hide shr... (read more)
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1821 specification which specified the beaded knuckle bow. See Peterson #66. Brass hilt with eagle head pommel. Reeded bone grip with brass ferrule (good patina, no chips). 31" straight broad fullered blade of heavy fighting form, decorated with foliage,... (read more)
$1,175.00
Lavishly modeled hilt with Eagle pommel and cruciform guard of thick foliage and rose (?) buds. Original knuckle chain with its spring loop fasteners. Fine one piece bone grip. 30 1/4" straight broad fullered blade decorated with large leafy foliage flank... (read more)
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$935.00
Regulation of 1821. Brass hilt with flamboyant scroll terminal shell guard decorated with high relief eagle and stars & Bars. Wire wrapped rounded bone grips 39 5/8" straight broad fullered blade decorated with scrolling foliage and military trophies. Sho... (read more)
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$1,700.00
Possible as early as 1720. Very similar to Neumann 34.PA. 93 1/2" length. The head made to unscrew for transport to the battle field, now frozen. Conical socket secured with a single screw. Companion to TJF031 and kept with it until now, but varying signi... (read more)
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Fundamental fighting form, possibly as early as 1720. See Neumann 34.PA for a similar example. 92 1/2" length. Iron head made in two pieces with threaded joint above the socket. That allowed for ease of transport and verifies that this weapon was made for... (read more)
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Large example in its fully developed form as served on the American Frontier. Elegant 8 3/4" clipped point blade with maker's name (obscured) and CUTLER SHEFFIELD. Oval GS fighting guard and two piece antler scale grips. Hilt excellent for the period. The... (read more)
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