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$7,800.00
This example is probably Victorian or Edwardian. Full head to foot (cap-à-pie). Extensively articulated as the original, to allow free movement in battle while providing maximum protection. Detailed down to the besagues (arm pit protection) which are seld... (read more)
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This fine armor was intended to be equally suitable for war or the tournament. For the tournament, it is designed for foot combat in which two adversaries fought armed with poleax or broadsword. The rules for combat confined attack to the upper body. It c... (read more)
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From Fulbeck Hall, Lincolnshire England, ancestral home of the Fane family. 7 1/16" clipped point blade marked A & S C S L for Army & Navy Cooperative Society Limited which was founded about 1870 to provide high quality privately purchased items for its s... (read more)
$3,300.00
From a small well known group, including two in the Royal Armory at Leeds. The hilt with double shell guards engraved each side with a double headed bird flanked by pairs of lions. Straight cross guard and matching knuckle bow. Grip lacks the wire wrap. 3... (read more)
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Probably English. Transitional form hilt of bar matrix in cup form (one hair line crack). Recurved quillons with side bars forming the top of the cup. Cup base pierced with birds in foliage. The body as arches with vertical bars. Ribbed pommel. Wood grip ... (read more)
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Forged iron, 10 1/2" along the curve with beveled edge and medial ridge. The center with chiseled panel of bold scrolling foliage. The balance with most of its original black finish. Very sound and no damage with much original finish. Ex: Higgins Armory, ... (read more)
$445.00
Early 19th century. A pattern about which conflicting information is published. One account identifies it as a Napoleonic naval cutlass, another, Belgian. Said to be patterned after the French model, in fact, it is more closely related to the Russian 1817... (read more)
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Napoleonic period when George III called up every favor and obligation to fight Napoleon on three continents. 29 5/8" flattened diamond section d.e. blade etched with Royal Arms, foliage and motto FOR MY COUNTRY AND KING. Gilt bronze cruciform hilt with t... (read more)
Gothic Dagger
$375.00
Forged iron, 15 5/8" total length. Thick wedge section blade as found on ballock daggers. Made to penetrate the thick leather doublets worn at the time for protection from attack. Flattened tang with decorative scalloped segment toward the butt, pierced f... (read more)
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Gothic sickle
$135.00
13 3/4" length. Hook form and heavy wedge section. Excavated with rich surface color. Bent. Undoubtedly stepped on by a horse in battle.... (read more)
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Victorian Hand and a Half Sword
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Large proportions with broad, broad fullered 31 3/8" d.e. blade skillfully decorated with scrolling foliage. The ricasso with a maker's mark. Broad down turned guard. Black leather wrapped grip and inverted conical pommel. Fine genuine aging throughout. E... (read more)
French Hanger
$1,250.00
From a well-known group of which an example is illustrated as Neumann 67.S. Brass hilt with fluted shell guard and cylindrical wood grip (Cracked). 23 7/8" narrow fullered blade shows glossy dark patina with some pitting speckles. Original leather scabbar... (read more)
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SILVER SCENT CONTAINER IN THE FORM OF A PROSTITUTE'S DAGGER
$515.00
See FNS444a-c on our web site. Late 19th century. 6 5/8" length with 3 7/8" hollow "blade" which is the perfume vessel. Hand engraved bow form "guard" marked STERLING indicating American made. Mother of pearl grip which withdraws revealing a slender wand ... (read more)
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SPANISH   DAGGER  C.1800
$295.00
Made in Albacete SE Spain and favored by Basque separatists. Iconic form with line decorated barrel shaped bone grip flanked by pierced brass conical ferrules with scribed and wiggle work decoration. Elongated diamond form guard. 6 5/8" blade of thick med... (read more)
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EUROPEAN LEFT HAND DAGGER
$845.00
Victorian period made with original elements 9 5/8" d.e. blade with double fullered ricasso. Straight cross guard swelling to the terminals. Integral ring guard. Wire wrapped grip and faceted pommel. Blade with light tool finish. Guard with scattered pitt... (read more)
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European Arming Sword
$515.00
32" flattened diamond section blade struck with two king's head marks at the forte. Cruciform with bronze hilt. Trefoil terminal cross guard and inverted pear shaped pommel. Black leather wrapped grip. Shows genuine aging throughout with Good mottled pati... (read more)
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European Battleaxe
$285.00
19th century. Brass 37" length. Heavy axe blade with bullet shaped back spike. Brass terminal in the form of the Phoenix rising from the flames. Tubular haft with threaded base, evidently to attach a butt cap. Good patina. Specific purpose unknown, but go... (read more)
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French Smallsword
$765.00
Type used in Colonial America and right through the Revolution. See Neumann 49.S for a similar example mounted as an infantry hanger. This example was probably carried by an NCO. The 30 3/4" hollow faced triangular blade is decorated with typical French m... (read more)
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VICTORIAN COPY OF A CUP HILTED RAPIER C.1650
$825.00
40 1/2" narrow fullered d.e. blade. Iron hilt with decoratively pierced rolled edge cup. Straight cross guard and matching knuckle bow. Stepped incised pommel. Iron wire wrapped grip. Fine large proportions. Excellent genuine age patina.... (read more)
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Victorian Armor
$1,800.00
Hand forged iron, 21 1/2" diameter with rolled edge. Low conical form with slightly swelled umbo. The edge with a row of liner rivets. Original leather arm bands to the back (both complete but damaged). The front decorated with seven figures of mounted wa... (read more)
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Iron hilt with each with wheel cut faceted decoration employing the same technique as for cut glass. Additionally, each element inset with separate faceted studs in cluster patterns. 31" concave face triangular blade. The forte decorated with scrolling fo... (read more)
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European Arrow
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Andalusian wars with the Moors. 10th-1th century. 2 5/8" length. Delta form point with slender barbs and medial ridge one side. Butted seam conical socket. Socket with small edge chip and a straight transverse impact to the middle, possibly a sword cut. E... (read more)
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Southern Spain, 10th-14th century. 3 1/2" length. Butted seam conical socket with small chip to the base. Triangular point with medial ridge and slender barbs. Near all original surfaces preserved.... (read more)
EUROPEAN  BROAD HEAD ARROW
$350.00
Andalusian reconquest, 3 5/8" length. Finely formed with slender back swept barbs. Butted seam conical socket. Dark patina with a little rust growth, but virtually uncompromised with original surfaces throughout.... (read more)
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EUROPEAN BROAD HEAD ARROW
$335.00
Andalusian reconquest, the retaking of Southern Spain from the Moors 10th-14th century. See Nicole, 383c. Fine example in excellent condition evidently owing to the region's soils, as we have four examples, all in superior preservation. 3 3/4" length with... (read more)
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EUROPEAN  LANCER'S LANCE
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19th century, probably first quarter. Iron of thick form nearly identical to its medieval ancestor and capable of breaching the armor cuirass worn by opposing lancers. Black speckled oxidation. Worth remounting.... (read more)
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European Lancers Lance
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19th century. Perhaps as early as the Napoleonic Wars when the role of the lancer was resurrected to great advantage by Napoleon. Iron, 8 1/2" total length with cruciform section leaf shaped blade and conical socket. Crisp with surface rust on old dark ox... (read more)
Scottish  Baskethilt
$6,300.00
Jacobite Rebellion Period. Large iron hilt with pierced panels and oval rein aperture. Japanned fish skin covered grip with scalloped brass ferrules and brass wire wrap. 35 1/4" broad and narrow fullered blade. This sword is of exceptional proportions, re... (read more)
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European Partisan
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Possibly of the English Yeoman Warders (Beefeaters). Iron, of elegant proportions with ridged spear point and winged base. The socket with distinctive bun form swell. Excavated with some minor edge loss. From an old English collection, the form accords wi... (read more)
French Saber
$725.00
Both identical, as the US model was copied directly from French originals. This example is completely unmarked but for a stamped 49 on the knuckle bow. The lack of arsenal and ordnance marks, which are particularly profuse on French arms, suggest manufact... (read more)
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