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Conical form, about 1/2" diameter with a hole through for the string. Surface with gray patina and light oxidation. Have two. Choose A or B. Each.... (read more)
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$155.00
C.2nd-1st century BC. 4 3/4" with 3 3/4" blade. Wedge section and down curved form. Classic slashing weapon used primarily for throat cutting as were the later Viking side knives. Eastern Europe, primarily modern Romania. Excavated with good profile. The... (read more)
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$385.00
C.2nd-1st century BC. Eastern Europe, primarily modern Romania and Moldova. 5 3/8" with 3 3/4" down curved slashing knife. The back of the left side with bold hounds tooth band, probably inlaid originally. Excellent preservation for the period with consid... (read more)
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Conical form, about 1/2" diameter with a hole through for the string. Surface with gray patina and light oxidation. Have two. Choose A or B. Each.... (read more)
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850-1050 AD. About 1/2" square, and 3/8" thick. One side marked with a stipple angled or L shaped cipher, probably designating the weight. The other with a group of light marks, perhaps identifying the owner. Quite crisp with glossy patina and some white... (read more)
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$87.50
Football form, cast with mold seam evident. Fine condition with white lead oxidation to the surface. Evidently never uses with good form and condition as nice as they come.... (read more)
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$340.00
12th-13th century, Saracen. Bronze, of the form identified by Nicolle as "widely used by the Saracens". Broad band with slightly thickened underside to engage the bow string. Triangular rest opposite which seated the ring on the thumb back and distributed... (read more)
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$725.00
Mahdist War period, C.1880's. 23 1/4" overall. Characteristic form (Stone 342) with one piece bone grip with each end expanded above a finger stall. Addorsed curved jambiya blades of fine fighting form and slightly rounded section. Stone states that the h... (read more)
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$425.00
9th-7th century BC. 6 5/8" diameter. Slightly canted flared lip and low solid foot. Brown and red slip decoration in annular rings and bands. Intact with few small surface flakes. The colors uniform and just somewhat faded. Commonly reconstructed from sha... (read more)
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$425.00
9th-7th century BC. 6 3/4" diameter with flared slightly down turned lip pierced for hanging. Wheel turned on raised foot. Brown slip decorated with the well shaded and exterior broad band. The lip with scalloped line. Hair line crack nearly imperceptible... (read more)
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$210.00
First period Dr. Wall. Early example C. 1760-75. 5 1/8" diameter under bowl. Both pieces of smooth rounded form with cobalt underglaze and gold overglaze in near perfect preservation. Three flower motif with matching buds in both wells. Both with the cres... (read more)
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$210.00
Dr. Wall, First Period Worcester with crescent mark underglaze to both pieces. Each of shanked form, the tea bowl with medial step. Lovely cobalt blue field with heavy gold overlay including triple thistle decoration to the exterior of the tea bowl and ad... (read more)
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$195.00
Scottish reconciliation period, two generations after Culloden when the Scottish rebels were broken and Scottish royalists tolerated at length. The pressures of war with America and France (with Spain waiting in the wings) demanded that England, with her... (read more)
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$2,300.00
Probably Crete. See Elgood #170. 19 3/8" length with 14 1/4" slightly upturned blade with raised edge narrow back fuller. Thick rounded silver bolster and flared pommel. Grip decorated in high relief foliage (light wear). The pommel back set with a red st... (read more)
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7/8" height. Cubical with the sides forming Hebrew letters and central axle. Excavated with surface encrustation over bronze or white metal alloy. Found in Eastern Europe at a site with dateable artifacts of 9th-11th century and likely dating to that peri... (read more)
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7/8" height. Relief cast with the sides forming Hebrew letters. Excavated with surface encrustation over bronze or white metal alloy. Found in Eastern Europe at a site with dateable artifacts of 9th-11th century and likely dating to that period or earlier... (read more)
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Late 19th century. Deluxe quality. Double disk guards, emulating the common figure eight form with the addition of lavish high relief foliage decoration. Spirally fluted leather covered grips with a single copper wire. Plumed helmet form pommels. 35" blad... (read more)
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Early 19th century. Made form a single piece of hide with stitched seam, shaped as a ball with curved pouring spout. Iron suspension ring. Incised decoration to both sides, now light. Few depressions from storage which can be removed by filling with wet s... (read more)
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Particularly intricate and elegant example, probably Venetian. 3 1/4" height with triangular belt eye, the top with wide and narrow beading, scalloped edges and pierced with bronze stud borders. Hook of deep loop form with reeded bud form terminal and dou... (read more)
$3,375.00
Made in North America and from a group generally recognized as the first "American" made swords. See Arms and Armor in Colonial America, pl. 78. left for another example from this group. Iron hilt with heavy guard comprising forged cup with line bordered... (read more)
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$95.00
Early 19th century. 10 1/2" height. Cast brass with stepped edge rectangular based. The stem in two large banded swelled segments. Raised lip socket. Light wear and remnants of old polish.... (read more)
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$90.00
9" height. Brass with flared edge socket. Tapered edge platform with ringed base and stem with three swells, the upper faceted. Fine patina with light wear from gentle handling.... (read more)
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$435.00
Displaying the same elongated hilt proportion as the naval sword above. 28 3/8" straight d.e. blade, unmarked and retaining its bright finish with superficial toning only. Silvered brass hilt with eagle head pommel and "bow tie" guard with considerable he... (read more)
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$1,250.00
Gilt brass hilt with eagle head pommel and sea serpent terminals to the recurved guard. Those figures evidently evolved into the dolphin head quillons on the 1852 standard pattern, a definite softening of the image. Swelled base reeded bone grip. 30 3/8"... (read more)
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$765.00
North European probably German. Iron head with thick wedge section backswept bit. Shield shaped eye with well-formed peak behind the bit. A short segment of its original haft intact. 4 1/4" height. Dating to the period of full plate armor and designed to... (read more)
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$2,850.00
Indian maiden pattern (1821 pattern, Peterson #69) with specific South Carolina theme. Fully modeled Indian Maiden pommel. The counter guard with the Indian maiden with bow and arrow is repeated in full figure. She holds a staff mounted by a Liberty cap,... (read more)
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$1,075.00
40 3/4" overall with 32 7/8" broad blade with narrow central fuller 2/3 its length. Iron hilt with wheel pommel and downward angled elongated tear shaped quillon with central langets. This form is well known and represented by a handful of examples. McCoy... (read more)
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$1,175.00
This fine large example, easily taken for genuine when it was made. Of a very distinctive Irish form represented by but three surviving examples, each excavated, in the National Museum of Ireland. 39 1/2" length with 33" broad, medially fullered blade. Th... (read more)
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$2,800.00
Standard pattern identical to those carried today, with broad lugged base spear point. The banded conical socket mounted with the unique octagonal three tier pierced hollow "bird cage". The point with the cross over crown, above the arms of England and th... (read more)
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Dr Wall Period, C.1770-83. 5 5/8" diameter. Each with shanked body and low scalloped edges. Hand gold decorated with baroque borders suspending repeated foliage clusters. The well (bottom center) of each with a further cluster. Have two sets matching. Eac... (read more)
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