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Early 20th century. 34" blade marked PRIEUR PARIS with Made in France opposite. Aluminum cup with original liner and the residue of the adhesive tape owner’s name beneath. Cord wrapped contoured grip, complete and in good preservation. Blade shows smooth ... (read more)
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Early 20th century. 34 1/2" blade marked LEON PAUL. Shallow aluminum cup and cord wrapped contoured grip, complete and in good preservation. Original padded cup liner and wrist thong. Blade crisp with oxidation speckles.... (read more)
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$110.00
Early 20th century. 34 1/2" blade marked and Made in Italy opposite. Rolled edge shallow cup guard with original liner and fighter’s name HAYES beneath on old cloth adhesive bandage. Straight cross guard and diced wood grip. Blade with glossy patina. Hilt... (read more)
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Republic period, 1792-1804. 4 page 7" x 10 1/2", hand scribed with the Republic revenue seal. Encompassing the French Revolution (1789-99) and pre Empire period, before 1804 when Napoleon declared himself Emperor. Very legible with signatures to the last ... (read more)
$145.00
8" length. Shaped cow horn of oval section with banded brass base piece.. Matching top with graduated adjustable spout and spring cut off. Double suspension mounts and original green tasseled suspension cord. Excellent throughout with a few superficial su... (read more)
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$165.00
9" length. Flattened cow horn, with wood base secured with iron pins. The spout as a toothy bug eyed comical monster gripping the baluster nozzle. Each side with a simple line border. One with scratched owner’s name and 1741 date. Very minor worm damage a... (read more)
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$415.00
5 1/2" height. Made entirely of horn. The form emulating the ribbed iron primers more usually found. See Riling #12, #62 and #63. This example with finely formed body pressed to shape and carved with central rib and radial steps to the sides. The top and ... (read more)
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$385.00
Fine 24 1/8" slightly curved broad fullered blade. The forte with a panel of silver foliage each side. White metal mounted hilt with flared base. Each mount relief decorated in stylized foliage and tendrils. Cylindrical bone grip. Blackened wood scabbard ... (read more)
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North Indian or Nepalese. 13 1/2" blade shows traces of forged lamination, mottled gray patina and small area pitting along the back. One piece horn grip with mother of pearl studs each side. Probably late 19th century as set the pattern for the far more ... (read more)
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14 1/2" slightly curved blade of thick broad diamond section. Meandering pamir pattern with separately applied hardened edge. Pattern quite crisp with a little spotty staining and expected oxidation. Intricately detailed mendak with dark patina. Fine root... (read more)
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Probably Kurd 9" broad curved unfullered blade. White metal hilt and scabbard, each with fine relief decoration and wire work. Five natural carnelians mounted in the middle. Minor wear with good patina. No damage and the decoration intact. Blade excellent... (read more)
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So called "camel rifle", C.1800, early 19th century. 66 3/4" total length. 51 1/4" barrel with swelled cannon muzzle. Full stock of iconic form with lozenge shaped laminated butt. Broad brass barrel bands. Well crafted miquelet lock of characteristic larg... (read more)
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19 1/2" blade with thick long forte deeply impressed with alternate groups of three sickle marks and three arrow head form marks. Elaborately built up hilt with broad finger stalls and hook form terminal. The outside of finely formed thick horn scales. Th... (read more)
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T’boli people of Cotabato, southwest of Mindanao, Philippines. 19 3/4" wedge section blade with straight cutting edge. Bronze hilt with basket weave decoration flanking scrolls to the grip and flared pommel with radial scroll panels. The edges with a line... (read more)
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Beautifully crafted in the Victorian tradition. The body made from a singly piece of wood, thus, seamless, with the back contoured to the hip and bulbous front. The heads, top and bottom, dropped in and press fit to the body recess. The top with a lathe t... (read more)
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18th-19th century. Companion to the riser above. Continental Europe. Unmarked. 11 1/4" diameter with rolled edge cylindrical upper in two stages and rounded edge bottom of particular thickness to survive and store the stove heat. Hinged drop handles. Well... (read more)
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18th-19th century. 11" diameter, copper, pierced and embossed with central bust of a classical warrior surrounded by baroque foliage including grape bunches. Used on a wood fueled stove to raise a pot for warming by distancing it from the hot stove surfac... (read more)
$285.00
10" length. Classic form with shanked body and lid. Both pieces with cobalt band and elaborate gold overglaze foliage and drape motifs. The top shanked and gilt. The inside of the lid inscribed in gold Chamberlain Worcester Waranteed No. 60. A few glaze f... (read more)
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$185.00
Providing an interesting insight in Worcester production and history. Dr John Wall sold the Worcester factory in 1783 to Thomas Flight marking the end of the "First Period" and the use of the underglaze crescent mark. Thomas Barr joined the company as par... (read more)
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Dr. Wall period, C.1770-83. Each with shanked moulding (raised recurved ribs). Matching decoration of cobalt blue underglaze and gold thistle to the center of the bowl and repeated three times on the cup. Both with the Dr Wall crescent mark underglaze on ... (read more)
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$75.00
Coptic, 1st-4th century A.D. Linen, 4" x 1 3/4" rich brown with lightly picked out band of roped and medallion motif.... (read more)
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$80.00
Coptic, 1st-4th century A.D. Linen, 3 3/4" x 1 1/4", tan ground with alternating addorsed spread wing motifs. Probably somewhat abstracted bird images.... (read more)
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Coptic, 1st-4th century A.D. 4 3/4" x 1 1/4", dark red/brown with meandering abstracted band.... (read more)
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Coptic, 1st-4th century A.D. Linen, 1 3/8" x 3". Tan ground with three different bands in medium brown. Roped, stylized tendril and zig zag respectively, all sparsely rendered.... (read more)
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$85.00
Coptic, 1st-4th century A.D. 5 1/4" x 1 1/4". Natural ground with a tendril and heart shaped leaf motif.... (read more)
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$60.00
Egypt, 1st-4th century A.D. 2 5/8" x 1 3/4", linen with natural weave matrix alternating with brown bands formed by gathering the weft in bunched and cross weaving with coarse brown warp to form raised bands.... (read more)
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$90.00
Egypt, 1st-4th century A.D. 5 3/4" x 1 1/2". Thick weave dark brown on tan. Tree of life motif.... (read more)
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Egypt, 1st-4th century A.D. Linen, 2" x 1 1/2". Natural ground with scalloped border and an urn with floral display.... (read more)
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Egypt, 1st-4th century A.D. 6 1/4" x 1 1/2". Deep red/brown with sparse white abstract scroll motif.... (read more)
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Egypt, 1st-4th century A.D. Linen, about an inch square. Natural with leaf and tendril motif.... (read more)
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