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Iron with finely modeled up turned female figures as found on ships figure heads forming the quillons. Addorsed conical shaped grip. 6 1/4" blade, lacking the tip. About 1 3/4" missing and could be reconstructed and welded. The forte decorated with foliag... (read more)
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Early-mid 19th century. Pistol form, bronze with finger nub. Inset walnut grips. The front with and opening for a blade tipped slide, secured with a thumb screw. Slide lacking. Well used with good patina. The slide was extended to the width of the strap r... (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)
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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)
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Iron, 7 3/8" height, wedge section with back nub to the finely curved bit. Low domed socket flared fore and aft. The eye with remains of original wood from the haft which could be carbon dated if desired. With all the most desirable features for these, in... (read more)
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Late 19th century. The Grand Daddy of them all! 1 3/4" width, depicting an executioner with his hand on the victim's head, cutting the neck with a sword of the classic Ashanti sword of state form. The victim laying on his side with ankles bound, and hands... (read more)
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19th century. 2 1/2" height. A proverb, a man stands before a fruit laden tree, dislodging a fruit with a stick. Early example delicately detailed with fine patina.... (read more)
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19th century. A whimsical long beaked bird, probably a cormorant, with its head reversed above its body. Bulging eyes. The sides in an abstract roped motif. 2 1/4" length. Very dark glossy patina.... (read more)
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19th century. Proverbial. Three birds stand. Two exchange food while the third looks away. 1 3/4" width.... (read more)
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3 3/4" height modeled as a woman in basket weave headdress with multiple arm torques suckling a child. Made as a gift for an expectant or new mother and well handled with light wear with good glossy patina.... (read more)
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19th century. 2 1/2" height. A man stands before a tree, with his apron extended and arms raised, clutching a stick with which he scrapes poison from its bark. Well detailed early example.... (read more)
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1075-664 BC. Green fiance, 3 1/2" height. The figure wearing a desert hood, detailed face, with hands drawn to the abdomen. Small glaze chip at the foot, otherwise retaining its glossy green glaze – usually degraded from desert burial. Ushabti were intern... (read more)
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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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1952-1960. Good example made from heavy iron stock secured from the colonial farmers, probably from a piece of farm equipment. 13 3/4" spatulate blade of flat stock with carefully beveled/sharpened edges. The grip wrapped in stitched skin. The scabbard of... (read more)
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Brass hilt of early form with large ring guards, originally silvered overall, now with some large areas of silver remaining. Brass wire wrapped grip. Hilt shows dark age patina. 29 3/4" hollow faced triangular blade of stout, particularly flat section – p... (read more)
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Size 9 1/2. Bronze with gold overlay. Well modeled twist form with beaded valleys between. Tapered terminal overlapping band of characteristic Viking construction.... (read more)
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Size 8. Classic coil form of 7 turns with expanded central segment flanked by three coils each side. Bronze, lightly textured with gold overlay. Delicate and rarely found intact.... (read more)
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Made specifically for the 1879 Anglo-Zulu War. 13 7/8" iron head on cylindrical bolster. The leaf shaped point with typical cusped transition. Fine woven wire socket and wood haft broken short to fit into a trooper's pack. In tribal battle, the assegai wa... (read more)
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Turned wood, 15" length with finger stall grip. The butt impressed with the Hiatt name and address. Glossy natural wood finish. Newly applied adhesive multi-color town arms label with sailing ship and flanked by dolphins.... (read more)
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Turned wood, 15" length with finger stall grip and original leather wrist thong with the Hiatt name and address. Departmental issue number stamped to the base. Worn black painted finish. The tip with a near new adhesive multi-color town arms label with sa... (read more)
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Mahdist Period C.1885. Carved wood hilt with expanded medial and crested pommel. 26" curved d.e. jambiya form blade decorated with a large panel of thuluth script at the forte each side. Blade shows mottled glossy gray patina. Hilt excellent with surface ... (read more)
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Blown glass of bulbous form with thickened edge flared rim. 4 1/4" height. Surface with white adhesion from burial which readily removes with a finger nail, mixed with iridescence. Large, well-formed, and good bright color.... (read more)
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Fine 25 1/4" blade overlaid in silver both sides with reclining figures, including tea serving scene, elephant, tiger, Buddhist lion, temple, scrolling foliage and calligraphy. Hilt and scabbard with finely embossed brass mounts. Fluted wood grip with che... (read more)
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Fine 26 1/4" blade overlaid in silver both sides with reclining figures, temple, scrolling foliage and calligraphy. Hilt and scabbard with finely embossed white metal mounts. Fluted wood grip with checkered medial swell. Blade excellent in original preser... (read more)
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10" height with olive form body, ear shaped grips and flared neck. Decorated in full relief with male figure stretched across the entire top, his garment modeled in relief comprising the shoulder of the vessel. His head is raised and he wears an elaborate... (read more)
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18th-early 19th century. Iron, polished bright and perhaps of watered steel. Kept as pair to the above though varying in detail, but the fundamentals including the liner, in full accord indicating the same arsenal of origin and perhaps used as a pair. Sma... (read more)
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18th-early 19th century. Iron, polished bright and perhaps of watered steel. Two plate with hinged closure. Each plate with applied pierced and fretted border. Original padded silk liner in exceptional preservation for the period. Surface wear and a few b... (read more)
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24 1/2" clipped point narrow fullered blade marked JOSEPH BEAL & SONS ENDURE SHEFFIELD. Black horn grips. C.1875. Surface rusted with some edge nicks. Horn deteriorated with some loss. Popular in the colonies including the Caribbean and intended to be use... (read more)
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