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Known as a guom, which is Vietnamese for sword. Long curved buffalo horn hilt with slightly raised panel each side. Brass lion head pommel, and cable decorated base ferrule. Scalloped edge side plates and lozenge shaped guard all decorated en suite with n... (read more)
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$250.00
Plain flat plate uniformly textured with light oxidation and fine rich stabilized old patina. Crisply signed Kunihiro.... (read more)
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$195.00
Edo period. Circular. 2 7/8" dia. Thick plate pierced with large chiseled detail leaves embellished with brass piques. Stable dark patina with light oxidation texture commensurate with its age.... (read more)
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$350.00
3.4" dia. Two riobitsu, each plugged with shakudo. Lightly raised rim, field with rain texture each side and raised relief chiseled succulent foliage and flower. Fine glossy black patina, crisp detail.... (read more)
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22" length. Straight haft supporting an egg shaped lead head on stepped socket. Entirely sheathed in stitched seam leather. Leather dry, some surface scuffs as expected and the butt worn. Popular in lawless precincts, especially the wharf districts, where... (read more)
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Large example, 23 1/2" dia. slightly dome form with flat edge. Painted overall with central stylized floral medallion, and matching rim. The very dark field with remnants of a pattern. Four intricately decorated bosses securing the hand grips on the back.... (read more)
$395.00
Type which served in the Civil War when state militias were enlisted into national service on both sides. Plated brass hilt with scroll decorated straight cross guard and helmet form pommel. Black rosewood grip. 27 1/2" straight d.e. blade, well pointed a... (read more)
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$235.00
1/2" height. Well detailed. Large head with well detailed face and full round arms drawn to the waist. The back with a pillar and pierced for suspension. Ptaikos is the Greek translation of Ptah-Sokar, a manifestation of Ptah, the Creator of Memphis. Dwar... (read more)
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Type used in America and the Revolution. See Neumann 213.S. Bronze hilt, originally gilt. Each element decorated with classic rococo motifs incorporating flowing sea shell like motifs. The word rococo itself is derived from the French coquilles meaning sh... (read more)
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Late 16th century. Natural cow horn of particularly elongated shape, flattened with beveled corners. 8 1/2" length. Dome wood base secured by iron pins. Iron eye loop pinned through to an iron gusset and attaching two forged iron rings for suspension. The... (read more)
$475.00
Peterson #11. Brass hilt with helmet form pommel and straight cross guard over stars and bars langets. Reeded bone grip. 27 1/2" d.e. blade (excellent with original polish and slight age toning). Leather scabbard with minor surface deterioration and brass... (read more)
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Brass hilt with rigid side guard with high relief rampant lion within a wreath. Folding side guard opposite (spring catch lacking). Tapered oval pommel. Wire wrapped spirally fluted horn grip. Brass dark with green surface in protected areas. 32 1/4" stra... (read more)
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6 1/8" length. Elongated point with crisp edges triple scalloped at the base. Forged, with light wheel finish. Lapped seam conical socket with pin pierced securing hole. Crisp with stable rust.... (read more)
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$415.00
4 1/8" height. 1" bore with flared base and touch hole for ignition. Chiseled with large S. M. C. on the sides. Crusty stable rusting.... (read more)
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$415.00
4" height. 1 1/16" bore with flared base and touch hole for ignition. Chiseled with large P O L one side. Crusty stable rusting. Used for navigation before instruments were perfected, set in a measured line on shore and ignited at timed intervals. Ships o... (read more)
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$235.00
10th-12th century. Crusades period, made for mail piercing before the use of plate armor. 2 1/4" length with open seam conical socket. Elongated pyramidal point which passed through the mail links. Excellent excavated condition.... (read more)
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$55.00
2 3/4" width. Uniform stable green patina from shipwreck recovery.... (read more)
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2 3/4" width with broad flamboyant flared terminals. Early form.... (read more)
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Among the rarest of surviving armor elements are horse armor and harness. This example is the central portion of a martingale comprising the heart shaped central medallion and a portion of the right upper strap. The medallion finely forged with wrought ir... (read more)
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14 1/8" 4 1/2 wave, pattern welded blade with pattern of rounded rectangles in graduated sizes toward the hilt. Bright nickel steel on black iron core base in fine contrast. Intricately carved wood hilt with demon faces in stylized scrolling foliage, show... (read more)
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First Intermediate Period, C.2200-2050 B.C. which is described as a kind of dark ages, following the glory of the Old Kingdom, the period of the pyramids. Art and culture declined and civil wars between regional rulers perpetuated the unrest. This stone m... (read more)
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One piece horn grip with elaborately figured top. 9 3/4" down curved wedge section blade with short narrow back fuller and laminated iron bolsters. Fine uniform aging with slight grain texture to the horn. Blade and bolster bright with mottled gray patina... (read more)
$135.00
The eye of Horus, serving as a protector, embodying the complex mythology associated with one of the oldest and most important of the Gods. 0.8" width, stylized form. C.525-350 BC.... (read more)
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$110.00
Decorative, not imbued with supernatural power and therefore, popular today with those wishing to avoid spiritual references. 0.55" height. Bright blue with fine glaze. 525-350 BC.... (read more)
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$80.00
1 3/4" length. High relief, three mollusks among sea weeds. Gold wash accents.... (read more)
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The 14 3/8" T back blade with arsenal designation and dated January 1879. Horn scale grips with iron mounts in characteristic Zanzabari form. The faces engraved in geometric patterns honoring Islamic constraints. Iron scabbard with ball terminal and doubl... (read more)
$325.00
664-332 BC. 3 1/4" height. Alabaster, of tear shape with integral lug side grips. Rounded bottom for use on a dirt floor. Hollowed inside to uniform wall thickness. Lip chipped and textured from burial.... (read more)
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9 1/4" height with flared lip and ribbed strap handle. Elongated bulbous body with flat base. Surface lightly encrusted from burial and short crack at the handle base one side only. Elegant and otherwise perfect. Would estimate the value in the $600 range... (read more)
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Finely figured wood hilt formed as stylized bowing Garuda with medially banded grip. Sheet silver mendak as flower petals with raised nub clusters. 14 1/4" straight, broad, medially swelled blade of black core iron with fine pattern of graduated bright co... (read more)
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18th - early 19th century. 20 1/2" iron blade, concave left side with top bevel and slightly convex face to the right. Low recurved profile tip. Antler grip with intricately carved top, pitch base and bands of wire wrap to the middle. Profusely and deeply... (read more)
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