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Second millennium BC. 4 3/4" height, the horse with shaped main and drooping ears, sanding four square with head erect. Bobbed tail. The rider separate and removable straddling the horse with rams around the neck. Angular rudimentary facial features, prot... (read more)
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Second millennium BC. 2 3/8" length. Idealized long body with broad unsheared tail and alert forward poised head, the horns represented as a single ring, the sign of a mature ram. A charge ready posture representing a contender in the mating process and b... (read more)
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$405.00
1300-900 BC. 3 3/4" height. Speckled buff terra cotta. Alert, standing "four square" with tail down, head proud and horns above ears. This posture represents the assessment of the threat immediately before the attack. A well preserved Bronze Age treasure,... (read more)
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$415.00
Second millennium BC. Israelite. 5 1/4" height, buff terra cotta. Characterful bearded face with angular features and conical headdress. Predominant nose and bun ears. Both arms extended and broken in antiquity. Cylindrical body with spread foot. This fig... (read more)
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Buff terra cotta. Characteristic broad face and desert headdress with folded "horned" upper. The hands drawn forward in a nurturing gesture but predating the more graphic renditions of a few centuries later. Typical spread foot cylindrical body. Astarte w... (read more)
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Second millennium BC. Mesopotamian or Hebrew. 4 3/4" height. Standing with arms outstretched over cylindrical body and spread foot. The head of angular form with exaggerated features and pointed headdress. Applied bun form ears and suggestion of an aegis.... (read more)
$245.00
Second millennium BC. 4 1/4" height on spread foot with rudimentary outstretched arms. Head of disproportionate size with tall peaked headdress. The face well detailed while the rest of the figure is near abstract. Characteristic pink/orange clay.... (read more)
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$2,200.00
Albanian late 18th-early 19th century. 57 1/2" length with 43 3/4" .70 cal cannon muzzle barrel showing distinct damascus twist. Wood stock with flared butt, sheathed nearly entirely in iron chiseled in foliate motifs. Five brass barrel bands. Elgood docu... (read more)
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$135.00
4 3/4" diameter, on raised tapered foot. Tomato red with gold rim. Lovely gold scene of a gnarled conifer with two cranes swooping around it. Excellent quality and condition. Late 19th century.... (read more)
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Pennsylvania. Well forged blade with chevron shaped spine and rectangular section tang. Original wood haft with the socket made from a limb crotch. Well worn. The blade slightly asymmetrical from a right handed user. Possibly Pennsylvania Dutch.... (read more)
$465.00
Civil War issue. Standard pattern (Peterson #44) with one piece hilt. 28 1/8" blade marked AMES MFG. CHICKOPEE MASS/ US A H C 1963. The Ames marking poorly struck. Blade with bright original polish and traces of preservative. Hilt excellent with dark toni... (read more)
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Civil War issue. Standard pattern (Peterson #10) with one piece hilt and 32" blade marked EMERSON & SILVER PATTERSON NJ/ US D F M 1963. Blade with superficial darkened spots on original polish in original preservative. Hilt nicely toned with very small br... (read more)
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1848 pattern. One of just two examples acquired by us in 49 years. Both only now offered for the first time. Standard pattern with bronze hilt. The cross guard with foliage flanking a disk which in this example is engraved with a C on one side only, proba... (read more)
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Prior to the unification of Italy the Papal States were governed by the Vatican. They comprised a large part of north central Italy south of the Venetian empire. They were defended by the Papal Army including wars with Parma. The Papal army was maintained... (read more)
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Antique example with 10 1/2" d.e blade of its iconic form. The base marked 17 ARKANSAS. Thick oval iron guard and one piece beaver tail oak grip. Uniform ageing with rust freckles to the blade over very light tool finish. Grip with good patina and age gra... (read more)
$2,900.00
Pattern which served through the French and Indian War as well as the Revolution. See Neumann 7.PA. Classic form the broad axe blade pierced through the socket and secured with the screw off spear point, allowing disassembly for transport. This example mo... (read more)
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$625.00
Popular pattern (Peterson #11). This example with Helmet form pommel and guard bearing the stars & Bars one side and the Lone Star opposite. Hand reeded bone grip. 27 1/8" straight d.e. blade. Good patina throughout with considerable remnants of gold to t... (read more)
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4 3/4" height. Thick beveled edge section. Cast in an open face mold and inscribed with a central cross with K on the three adjacent branches. Entirely handmade and probably the product of a molder in a foundry who produced it, evidently without a pattern... (read more)
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6 1/8" height, the bit of broad, backswept form and particularly thin as the finest are. Shield shaped socket with fore and aft projections both sides. Excellent excavated condition. Vikings ranged from Eastern Europe to North American and the Arctic Circ... (read more)
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25" and 25 1/2", wood shafts with carved integral nocks. One with tattered triple fletching. The other with fletching lacking Hand shaped iron "barrel hoop" heads with pitch secured bindings. Each haft with a red owner's mark and the two bound together wi... (read more)
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Standard pattern conforming to the US M.1840 with brass hilt and wire wrapped leather covered grip, both excellent for the period. 36" curved s.e. blade with S & K maker's mark. The back with German ordnance marks. Blade crisp and excellent with superfici... (read more)
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$675.00
German import as used by both the North and South. Standard pattern (Peterson #32) known as "Old Wrist breaker". Brass hilt unusually gold plated with considerable remnants. Wire bound leather covered grip complete with just minor crazing to the leather. ... (read more)
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$875.00
Completely unmarked, patterned after the US 1840 heavy cavalry saber as typical for Confederate cavalry swords. The hilt showing the thinner "unmantled" forward guard typical for Confederates examples such as Hammond production. 35 3/4" curved blade with ... (read more)
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Made to the US 1840 pattern ("Old Wrist Breaker"). Brass three bar hilt with minor bends to the bars and forward guard tip. Wood grip, hand carved and broad fluted as opposed to the narrow ribs of the standard American and European examples. Grip with an ... (read more)
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$185.00
5 5/8" diameter with rounded bottom and vertically raised rim. Stout circular foot. Black polished finish lightly eroded from burial, about 80% intact with the loss confined to the raised rim. A good quality example serving the upper middle class of ancie... (read more)
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$145.00
Iron Age II, 938-586 BC. Black terra cotta. 2 5/8" height. Spherical body with thick flared neck and hand loop. Undamaged with surface soil adhesion from burial. The neck and evidently the reservoir as well filled with burial mud.... (read more)
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$165.00
Iron Age II, 938-586 BC. Black terra cotta. 3" height with inverted turnip form body and thick flared neck. Loop hand grip. The rounded bottom is indicative of use with a dirt floor. Undamaged with light encrustation from burial. Phoenician traders servic... (read more)
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Percussion conversion. 46" flared muzzle barrel with distinct mechanical damask spiral pattern throughout. The thickened breach with incised lattice pattern, probably talismanic. Integral opened sight Wood stock with deeply curved rear and dramatically fl... (read more)
$70.00
Late 19th century. 4 5/8" diameter. Rounded bowl on raised foot. Top of matching rounded form. Both pieces gloss black in and out. The top with profuse gold conifer foliage and a flying crane. The underside of the top with an acorn on a conifer sprig. The... (read more)
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$85.00
Late 19th century. 4 7/8" diameter. Black body color with the bowl inside graduating to deep olive. The top with gold (true gold) conifer branch. The inside with a pair of cranes. Cranes were very auspicious, believed to mate for life and live a thousand ... (read more)
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