European Weapons & Armor
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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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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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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)
$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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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)
$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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$925.00
Brass hilt of early form with large ring guards, originally silvered overall, now with some large areas of silver remaining. Fine copper wire wrapped grip. 30" hollow faced triangular blade with original finish and cross polish, shows mottled light gray p... (read more)
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$9,300.00
Mid-17th century. The cup hilted rapier reached its zenith in Spain in the 17th century and remained popular after it was superseded in other parts of Europe. This example represents what is popularly considered to be the finest achievement of the form. T... (read more)
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$715.00
Iron hilt with oval guard, faceted grip and faceted urn form pommel with acorn terminal. Each element decorated with a pattern of faceted studs (just one missing). 30” hollow face triangular blade finely decorated with scrolling foliage and a splay of fla... (read more)
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$650.00
Iron hilt of large proportions. Radially pierced oval with faceted stud perimeter. Grip, knuckle bow and pommel all with rows of concave facets. 34 1/8" hollow face triangular blade etched at the forte with foliage and military flag splay. Bright to gray ... (read more)
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Thirty Years War period, C.1625. German town arsenal stock. Probably spared the weapons destruction of WWII owing to its curious construction. Completely original with tapered wood haft. Well forged thick leaf shaped point meant to breach armor. Integrall... (read more)
$1,900.00
Revolutionary War period, Neumann 8.PA dated 1770-86. Style superseded in 1792, though these were carried, particularly by militias, through the Napoleonic Wars. Have a pair, matching, each with axe blade etched with lovely large armorial B E H monogram. ... (read more)
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$1,950.00
18th-early 19th century. The hilt with fire gilt bronze pommel and guard. Ebony grip inlaid with chiseled iron plates both sides and edges. Fine heavy 33 3/4" fighting blade, flattened diamond section with narrow fullers at the forte. Papal Chamberlains, ... (read more)
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$2,385.00
Bavarian, late 18th century of rapier proportions with 32 1/8" diamond section blade decorated with the owner's initials and mystical symbols. Iron hilt with straight quillons and boat form guard Copper wire wrapped grip. Fighting proportion, dating to th... (read more)
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$3,250.00
Earliest form (Oakshott type 1). Hilt with a diagonal supported by two radial leaf shaped bars. Two double swelled medial bars above. Iron pommel directly descended from the Gothic Venetian broadswords. 29 7/8" tapered d.e. blade of heavy diamond section.... (read more)
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Middle Bronze Age, C.1500-1000 BC. 13 5/8" total length. The spatulate shaped blade with swelled medial and slightly concave edges providing a sharp cutting edge on heavy core. The base of "spade form" to seat into a bone or wood hilt, long since perished... (read more)
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Early to mid-19th century, Scottish Revival Period. Bronze cruciform hilt with trefoil terminal cross guard. The grip, pommel and guard mounted with eight large faceted "stones" on applied filigree mounting clusters and singles of clear stones. All stones... (read more)
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Possibly served in the Sepoy Rebellion. Iron three bar hilt of British pattern with integral back strap and pommel. Wire wrapped black leather grip. 30 3/4" broad fullered broad blade with plain ricasso. Completely unmarked. The hilt near excellent with a... (read more)
$425.00
Bronze hilt of "four bar" form with broad straight swelled terminal cross guard. The pommel with a Roman warrior figure each side. Brass wire wrapped grip. 35 3/4" blade with long fuller. The first half finely etched with scrolling foliage as found on Vic... (read more)
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Brass hilt of briquette form shows superficial bruises from use. 21 5/8" very broad s.e. blade with long false edge. The back inscribed Devauc Souibisseur de la ecole royale militaire place des trois armis au dieu mars au paris. Blade gray/brown ... (read more)
$875.00
9 1/2" triangular blade graduated on one side. Iron hilt with spirally fluted quillon terminals and pommel. Spirally fluted wood grip. Blade with storage corrosion. Hilt elements medium rusted. Grip sound with a few small chips and dark glossy patina.... (read more)
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1200-1350 A.D. Finely forged iron head with trapezoidal shaped eye in flared socket. The bit with distinct forged on hardened edge. The edge of shallow curve with elegant curled tip. 46 1/2" total length on wood haft. The head and haft both flattened on t... (read more)
$975.00
10th century. 5 1/2" height. Turnip form black terracotta body decorated with bands of stamped decoration. Mushroom terminal top for a wick. A few small imperfections as made before firing. Known as "Greek Fire", these were filled with flammable pitch an... (read more)
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$90.00
14th century. 5 1/4" length. Acutely pointed wedge section blade. Tang broken short with one grip securing pin remaining. Well modeled rounded, reeded bronze grip stops secured with a common rivet.... (read more)
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$105.00
14th century. Iron with wedge section blade and tang with three holes for rivets to secure the scale grips. Bronze grip stop to the right (left lacking). 7 1/2" length. Good preservation.... (read more)
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$155.00
14th century. Forged iron with exposed tang for scale grips (antler, bone or wood) and a bronze mount each side stopping the grips and two grip rivets. 7" total length. Especially thick wedge section blade. Distinctive form. That these are weapons and not... (read more)
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$550.00
Large elegant (and vicious) example. Just under 5" length. Butted seam conical socket in excellent preservation with a piece of string embedded (?). Twisted bolster and medially ridged elongated triangular point with slender barbs angled at the base. Prof... (read more)
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First half of the 13th century (Sixth or Seventh Crusade). 3 5/8" length with butted seam conical socket and twisted bolster to the sharply barbed broad head point. Professionally conserved excavated condition.... (read more)
$445.00
Type discussed by Nicole, p.58. His example dated 1230-40 based on the find site. While this example accords with his, dating to first half of the 13th century (Sixth or Seventh Crusade) is more general and prudent. 4 1/8" length with butted seam conical ... (read more)
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