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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)
$80.00
New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., Just under 5/8" diameter. Amber glass with slightly flattened sides. Very light surface texture and a few small old chips or flakes. Together with another large glass Egyptian earring of the same period. Broken and with irides... (read more)
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$80.00
New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., 7/16"" diameter (just under 1/2"), stone or shell. Surface encrusted as it was likely removed form a mummy.... (read more)
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$90.00
New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., 5/8" diameter, skillfully made from gray stone in circular section with small opening to be pinched over the ear lobe. Excellent.... (read more)
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$345.00
19th century secret society sword. Originating in 1883, the primary function of the Woodmen was providing death benefits for its members. As with other secret societies, it had a flamboyant culture which served to unify the members and attract recruits. T... (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)
$545.00
9 1/8" diameter of thick rhino hide pressed to conical form and lathe turned with eight raised rings and raised central dome. Reverse with hide hand grip and rings. Used in the left hand to intercept sword blows while attacking with the sword in the right... (read more)
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10th-14th centuries. Iron, 2 3/8" length. Angled body with square eye for mounting. The base mushroomed from use.... (read more)
$95.00
10th-14th centuries. Iron, 2 1/4" length. Angled body with square eye for mounting. The base mushroomed from use.... (read more)
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10th-14th centuries. Iron, 3 1/4" length of stepped angular form with notched tip and square eye. The base mushroomed from years of use. Mounted on a light flexible wood rod which allowed quick precise movement over the surface of the sculpture and in ski... (read more)
$925.00
37 3/8" length. Opened seam conical socket and cylindrical shaft. Medially ridged, paddle shaped iron head with forged on hardened edge, evident in the contrasting rust patterns. Stable brown surface rust. Used to dispatch the whale after it has been exha... (read more)
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$1,045.00
37 3/8" length. Toggle or improved Temple type. Iron with pivoting head with convex front edge and up swept back barb, pierced for a wood locking pin which sheared under tension pivoting the point. The head crudely chiseled E. H. A. identifying the ship. ... (read more)
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Improved Temple type introduced about 1870. Iron with opened seam conical socket and cylindrical shaft. Pivoting head with convex front edge and up swept back barb, pierced for a wood locking pin which sheared under tension pivoting the point. The head cr... (read more)
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39 3/4" length. Temple form head with pivoting double barb which rotates and imbeds in the flesh to assure purchase. Invented in 1848 by Lewis Temple of New Bedford, this is the toggle harpoon in its true original. The profile with slightly convex lead ed... (read more)
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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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Chief Gwatala treasure room. 14 3/8" length. Crescent each side. Banded open seam socket. The point of extraordinary form with flared base, parallel edged middle and expanded elongated diamond shape tip. Black/white alternating surfaces. Excellent.... (read more)
$180.00
Chief Gwatala treasure room. Fine example with flared base, acutely pointed, tapering point Black/white alternating finishes. The white with an elongated crescent each side. Banded open seam socket. 16 13/4" length.... (read more)
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$150.00
Chief Gwatala treasure room. 16 3/4" length. Banded open seam socket. .Tapered point with gentle base flare. Black/white surfaces with triple crescents incised into the white, both sides.... (read more)
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$195.00
Chief Gwatala treasure room. Broad point of slightly waisted leaf form with alternate black/bright faces. The bright faces with two elongated crescents, each side. Banded open seam socket. 13 5/8" length.... (read more)
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Chief Gwatala treasure room. Dramatically shaped with tapered point over base swells. Stepped medial with alternating forged and polished finishes. The polished sides of the swells with incised elongated crescents. Banded open seam socket. 16 1/8" length.... (read more)
$160.00
Chief Gwatala treasure room. 19" overall. Banded open socket. Elongated leaf shaped point with stepped medial and alternating black forged finish and bright polish faces. Excellent plus.... (read more)
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$195.00
Chief Gwatala treasure room. 18 3/4" length of slender elegant form. Banded conical socket. The point of offset section, slightly waisted with flared base and rounded tip. Finest quality workmanship.... (read more)
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$140.00
Given to a German industrialist about 1910, subsequently sold by his heirs in Amsterdam in the 1980's. The collection comprised mounted spears, spear heads and other a few other items. Each spear head finely forged with black scale surfaces opposite brigh... (read more)
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$130.00
Intricately woven from hand spun wool. The projectile pocket with split well to accommodate larger projectiles. The pocket edge and flanking cords intricately woven in multi-color lattice patterns. The decoration of utility items is an indication of an af... (read more)
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