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$395.00
58 7/8" length. Heavy wood haft with glossy patina-hand hewn and oval in section, showing tribal workmanship with some tool marks evident. Boldly forged iron head of asymmetrical form with one side showing a conventional barb and the other just rudimentar... (read more)
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$475.00
55 1/4" length. Tapered haft with slightly flared socket secured with a finely woven inset rattan collar-that method of securing is unique in the collection. Iron base spike. Finely patterned iron head of small proportions. Base mount surface rusted. The... (read more)
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$470.00
65 1/4" length. Iron head of especially lovely form with slightly recurved barbs. Bright polish with slightly mottled surface patina and likely pattern steel. Dark wood haft, tapered through its length, with forged iron base and socket ferrule. Condition... (read more)
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$515.00
Rare variation not recorded by Stone. 73 1/4" length. Thick broad leaf shaped head on slightly expanded base, shows fine meandering laminar damascus steel patterning. Hardwood haft, tapered through its length with flared socket secured with rattan bands.... (read more)
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$445.00
58" length. Fine iron head of budiak form showing lovely contrasting meandering watered steel patterning. Tapered dark wood haft with flared socket wrapped with rattan bands with metal bands below. The top with a copper coin pierced to receive the tang. H... (read more)
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9" curved s.e. blade with long false edge and broad fullers. The base sheathed in brass. Chiseled and pierced brass guard. One piece bone grip with brass base ferule. The corners finely beaded leaving raised side, top and bottom panels, each with inset br... (read more)
$525.00
Mid 19th century. 7 1/2" d.e. blade of thick section with deep offset fullers. Black horn scale grips, the pommel mounted with a six point foliate star. The blade with thickened edge band with an oval blue stone in a beaded bezel. The scabbard with matchi... (read more)
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$575.00
Mahdist period C.1885. Complete with its scabbard and tooled leather belt. Undoubtedly collected by a British soldier as they regarded the Hadendoa as the fiercest of the Dervish followers of the Mad Mahdi. 7 7/8" curved d.e. blade hammer finished an text... (read more)
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$425.00
19th century for snaphaunce musket. 27" length, made of natural cow horn with an elongated conical chamber attached to the large end. That end and the connection encased in the red polished leather associated with Morocco. The medial with two broad raised... (read more)
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$125.00
A product of the cutlery industry.Similar to #803 English Stylet and serving much the same function. Just slightly more rust intrusion but excellent and rare. 6" length.... (read more)
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$475.00
3 5/8" overall. Forged iron in one piece with conical prick and circular eye strap terminals. Excavated but very sound and complete with good profile. See Der Sporn (typology of European spurs) plate III #7 for a near identical example and plate III #3 fo... (read more)
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$155.00
From Bitolia Macedonia. Showing eastern influence as well as western European. 2 3/8" total length with the tang possibly slightly reduced. A small flesh cutting head capable of penetrating mail armor as well.... (read more)
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$160.00
14th century, Bulgarian (see Nicolle fig.97f) and dating to the period of Ottoman take over in the second half of the century. 4 3/4" length. Excellent condition for the period with tiny edge flakes only.... (read more)
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$155.00
14th century, Bulgarian (see Nicolle fig.97f) and dating to the period of Ottoman take over in the second half of the century. Characteristic broad oval leaf shape head with flared base and long tapered tang. 5 7/8 total length. Pock marked with minor edg... (read more)
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Mau Mau period, 1950s. Based on thee traditional Massai seme, these were made from metal, often leaf springs, taken from cars and farm machines after raids. 11 1/4" flat leaf shaped blade used for hacking, shows original tool finish and smooth age stainin... (read more)
$445.00
C.1230-40. 3 7/8" length. Large finely formed example with twisted support to the large sharply barbed point and conical socket. Excavated with some irregularity to the barbs and socket base. Exceedingly rare... (read more)
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$185.00
60 length. Palm wood with deep concave back and flat face. One end pointed with its original split cane retaining bands. The other of blunted form to which the string would have been wound after flexing the bow. Old museum collection numbers in red paint.... (read more)
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$425.00
C.1800. Large proportions with 8 3/4" raised medial curved d.e. blade of heavily textured (pamir) watered or mechanical damask steel. The medial showing very active graining and the edges smooth. One piece wood hilt of symmetrical form with expanded base... (read more)
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$575.00
Extremely heavy with large iron head of characteristic form with ringed expanded base and distinct contrasting patterned blade. Heavy stepped cane haft. Large rattan socket with thickened segments near the terminals. 83 1/2" length. Condition matching #69... (read more)
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$425.00
Variant form. Iron head showing fine active pattern, and transverse tooled texture. Similar profile but made without the expanded base and transitioned directly into the rectangular section tang. Rattan socket with three transverse bands securing basket w... (read more)
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$410.00
69 1/2" length on cane haft with fine rich age character matching those above with some splinters to the butt. Pitch covered cord wrapped socket. Heavy fighting head of diamond section and elongated diamond form on stepped spread base. Shows lineal watere... (read more)
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$445.00
Finely patterned watered steel blade of thick leaf shape with tapered baluster base. Rudimentary line fuller flanking the center and crisp contrasting meandering pattern. Dark hard wood haft with pitch covered cord wrapped socket, tapered through its leng... (read more)
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$480.00
72 1/4" overall. Heavy hardwood haft with gilt bronze counter weight base and long pitch covered, cord wrapped socket. Finely formed head of tapered leaf form with rudimentary barbed baluster base. Head shows crisp meandering watered pattern. Haft conditi... (read more)
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$550.00
77 1/4" overall with leaf shaped head on flared base showing fine meandering and whorl patterned watered steel. Pattern crisp with bright finish. Wood haft slightly tapered from the mid point and mounted with banded gilt brass socket and base piece with e... (read more)
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$6,300.00
A distinct variation with fully developed cup of forged iron as contrasted with the skeletal cups comprised of joined bars most usually encountered. Additionally, the forward portion of the cup rises with the knuckle bow. Norman refers to this as boat for... (read more)
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$550.00
Late 18th-early 19th century. Large example with 29" wedge section s.e. blade with curved spur terminal. Two piece well carved wood hilt with heavy double loop side guard. The grip with original rich chocolate colored split cane bands (a few missing from... (read more)
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$500.00
13 5/8" length with finely forged flared base leaf shaped blade with broad central fuller. The hilt carved from dark wood with brass base band and facet grip inset with 9 white circles, perhaps tallies for heads taken. The pommel carved in full relief as... (read more)
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$130.00
Items #679-#683 are Ifugao fetishes which were consecrated and placed in the beams of the lodge houses along with the skulls of victims. They were captured during the Philippine Insurrection of 1899. Fine basket weave in the form of a fish trap. Undoubted... (read more)
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IFUGAO HEADHUNTERS: Under Spanish colonial rule, Philippine natives lived in isolation, relatively unaffected by the outside world. In the North, headhunting and cannibalism were part of most cultures. The Ifugao of the central Luzon highlands maintained... (read more)
$275.00
IFUGAO HEADHUNTERS: Under Spanish colonial rule, Philippine natives lived in isolation, relatively unaffected by the outside world. In the North, headhunting and cannibalism were part of most cultures. The Ifugao of the central Luzon highlands maintained... (read more)
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