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$110.00
Gupta Dynasty, 320-550 A.D. Characteristic red color and finely executed as the sensitive face of a deity or ruler with large ear spools and elaborate head dress. The top of a larger figure. 2 1/4" width on custom walnut mount. The Gupta Empire flourished... (read more)
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$1,450.00
Well known type used in the Venetian Republic which dominated the North of the Italian Peninsula as well as southern Balkans and west side of the Adriatic. This example provincially produced true to style and construction. Large iron hilt with double claw... (read more)
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$775.00
11 1/8" length. Finely forged with medial ridged leaf shaped point showing distinct transverse patterning, suggesting laminar damascus steel construction as found on Viking Sword blades. The ridge transitioning to the lapped seam tapered socket. Professio... (read more)
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$975.00
6" height. Well forged. Backswept bit with slightly indented back edge and forward angled leading edge. Deeply rounded cutting edge. Round eye with expanded top to allow for better seating on the haft. Stable uniform pebbled surface.... (read more)
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$950.00
6" height. Flared socket with circular eye. Backswept bit with squared back and slightly forward angled front edge. Excavated with good profile and uniform surface texture. The cutting edge slightly irregular.... (read more)
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$455.00
Late 19th century. Brass hilt with Knight's head motto and ebony grip with inlaid cross. Made without a knuckle chain. 30" d.e. blade decorated with crusades motifs including flag with the Templar motto, cross in crown, and owner's name. Maker's name Geo.... (read more)
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$425.00
28 1/4" blade decorated with foliage, owner's name and Worcester Co Commandery. Maker's name Gaylord Mfg. Co. Chicopee Mass to the base. Gaylord made 1860 Staff & Field Officer's swords as well as fraternal swords and is recorded about 1860-80. Hilt with ... (read more)
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$185.00
18 1/4" blade of mechanical damascus steel. The surface polished and interspersed with deep laminar graining. Large dark horn grip of one piece with flared stylized bud form terminal. Grip with opened age crack as is typical. Good grain and patina to the ... (read more)
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$235.00
15 1/4" blade of heavily textured (pamir) mechanical damascus steel. The tip of indented rounded form Wood hilt with stylized flower bud pommel and swelled base. The wood with glossy patina from use. Blade with fine pattern and no rust damage.... (read more)
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$185.00
See Stone. p.249. 11 1/8" blade swelling toward the tip with short false edge clearly identifying it as a weapon. The root with two maker's marks. Tool finished surface. Well carved grip with floral decorated pommel. The base sheathed in black horn (shrin... (read more)
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$385.00
Late 19th century, collected by Baptist Missionaries before 1900. Short thick proportions for close in fighting. The long leaf shaped point with butted seam socket retains its original black forged finish. Wood hand grip with iron tape wrap above bulbous ... (read more)
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$665.00
17th-early 18th century. Iron "Hindu basket hilt" with figure eight guard and ridged tapered knuckle bow. Dished pommel with curved back spike for two hand use. Leather wrapped grip. 34 1/4" slightly curved double fullered blade. Hilt dark with scattered ... (read more)
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$5,600.00
Scottish Rebellion period. C.1725-45. 29" double fullered blade. Each fuller, each side, marked ANDREA FERERA. Iron hilt of Glasgow form with five pierced panels as seldom seen, the usual form being of three, divided by bars. Wire wrapped brown leather gr... (read more)
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$155.00
Heavy brass and silver. Cylindrical, 4" diameter. The face built up in laminated layers, pierced and chiseled in scroll, with silver applique to the face. Reverse with concentric motifs around quatrefoil center. Banded brass spout. Heavy scalloped suspens... (read more)
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$1,850.00
Early 19th century. Forged iron head with short cheek straps, crescent form axe blade, leaf shaped fore spike and hooked back fluke. The blade stamped HYLAND. 97 1/4" total length. Circular section wood haft with blackened finish. Haft dry with a few brui... (read more)
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$475.00
56 1/2" total length with 48 1/4" blade. The hilt of four bar or four ring form. Large faceted mushroom form pommel. Plain wire wrapped grip. Brown surface rusted overall. Impressive proportions.... (read more)
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$120.00
First period Worcester, (Dr. Wall period). Spirally fluted with indented waist. Beautifully hand decorated in gold and cobalt blue with ordered foliage. The bottom with the blue crescent mark dating it pre 1783. Slight wear to the gold rim scallop tips on... (read more)
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$5,700.00
Large horseman's backsword, and in fact, the English equivalent of the Pappenheimer used on the Continent during the Thirty Years War. Iron hilt. Straight cross guard with flattened pierced angled terminals. Basket form guard with two bar rings above scal... (read more)
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$6,300.00
Flemish, or Dutch. Thirty Years Wars period. Large hilt of characteristic form. See Valentine #20, which example was in our own collection. Recurved cross guard with large side rings over circular guards with domed snapped in plates pierced with a geometr... (read more)
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$395.00
19th century. 8 1/4" clipped point blade with tool finish cutting edge, in original preservative. Tinned diamond shaped guard. One piece natural antler grip with double point terminal. Black leather covered scabbard, the face with crenelated brass bordere... (read more)
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$395.00
26 1/2" wedge section blade with angled point and elegantly scalloped upturned projection opposite. Two piece wood grip carved from the interface of the heartwood and sapwood with contrasting color. The grip back with black hair tufts (three lacking). Bla... (read more)
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$415.00
72 1/4" length. Two piece iron with tapered, medially ridged point with rounded base flares. Heavy iron base piece for ground at the time of the lion attack. Both pieces hammer finished and with butted seam conical sockets. Original wood hand grip.... (read more)
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$435.00
Large elegant example, 78 1/4" length with long sharply flared base, medially ridged point on butted seam conical socket. Matching slightly tapered iron base piece. Both skillfully forged with the black hammer finish, the point edges discretely sharpened.... (read more)
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$775.00
19th century as recorded by Glave in 1890 being used in the hideous executions for human consumption. Good example of the classic corm with four cylindrical lug projections to the back and question mark form edge. The back with chiseled field of stipple i... (read more)
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$325.00
Early example 30 3/8" Length. Natural cane 2 3/4" diameter with large scorched edge embouchure. The body with large opened matrix of hound's tooth bands. Shows great age with good patina and some wear. Ex: Christies Amsterdam (1980's) with old Dutch (?) i... (read more)
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$245.00
Late 18th early 19th century. Natural cow horn, 22 3/4" length. Both ends sheathed in brass with pierced and engraved top layers over sheet base. Domed cap with radial line decoration. Reverse with line decoration mirroring the pierced fronts. Ringed spou... (read more)
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$235.00
Late 18th early 19th century. Natural cow horn, 21 1/4" length. The end sheathed in brass with pierced and scalloped edge and domed top decorated throughout with wiggle work. Scalloped edge medial band pierced with crescents and stars and line decorated. ... (read more)
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$180.00
Horn shaped, 17" length. The front with pierced and engraved panels over plain base. Conical spout with original cover/measure. Raised medial bands with suspension rings. Reverse plain with hammer finish and two dents. Copper rich brass toned to deep mell... (read more)
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$155.00
Horn shaped in three segments. 14 1/2" length. The face with pierced brass scroll panels over brass plate. Raised divider segments with large suspension rings. Reverse with plain brass panels (dented). Spout lip a little distorted. The front good with goo... (read more)
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Rare. The only actual example we have encountered. Collected by Baptist Missionaries in the late 19th century. Outer hide band through six large European nails or spikes are pierced and secured by the hide backing which is stitched on with hide lace. Hide... (read more)
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