Miscellaneous Antiques
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Bronze, diminutive 1 1/8" height. The sides inscribed with Hebrew letters. Excavated with soil adherence. Found in Eastern Europe at a site with datable artifacts of the 9th-11th century and likely dating to that period or earlier.... (read more)
$275.00
Silver, emulating a clan brooch with the peripheral belt. The upper, hand engraved in foliage instead of the clan motto. The "armorial device" is the Gretna Green Anvil. Gretna Green is the first town in southern Scotland on the London to Edinburgh road. ... (read more)
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WW I. A letter opener made from a rifle bullet with delicately pierced arms of England applied. 6 3/4" length with 4" blade of abstracted form in the Art Nouveau style popular at the time. The royal arms probably cut from a button. Particularly delicately... (read more)
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WWII. Women's branch of the British Army. Rare prong back variation in near mint condition. From Fulbeck Hall, Lincolnshire, England, home of the noble Fane family.... (read more)
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Lovely gilt and enameled badge with crowned star burst with motto surrounding fleur de lis. Perfect condition with heavy gold overlay. From Fulbeck Hall, Lincolnshire, England, home of the noble Fane family and possibly a gift from a suitor.... (read more)
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Produced in 1857 by Napoleon III issued to survivors who fought with Napoleon 1792-1815. Obverse with portrait of Napoleon bearing the mark (an anchor) of the designer, Albert-Desire Barre, Reverse with motto essentially saying that Napoleon carried the t... (read more)
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Circular wood. 3 1/8" diameter, the top with portrait of the King surrounded by GEORGE III BORN 4 JUNE 1738 / COMPLETED THE 50 YEARS OF HIS REIGN 25TH OCT. 1810. The same portrait used on other jubilee souvenirs including medallions. The top of this box e... (read more)
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Iron, 3" width with slender central spike. The bow expanding from the center with forged loop terminals. Excellent excavated condition for the period. Evidently preserved in a dry climate and best example we have encountered. Roman legions, of which there... (read more)
$85.00
Showing great age, possibly even 17th century/Pilgrim era. One piece shaped cow horn, 7 3/8" length, slightly dished, with tapered grip. Great age patina with a little worm damage to the back. The shape indicates it was made for eating solids, probably fr... (read more)
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Made of pressed cow horn 4 3/8" length, spoon shaped with integral thumb grip. Sound with light age crazing. Old illegible collector's label.... (read more)
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Early 20th century. Notably made without country of origin designation ("made in Spain") as it was intended for use in Spain only, not to be exported. Cruciform hilt with leather covered ball pommel and original red cloth wrap. 31 1/2" diamond section bla... (read more)
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Forged iron, Large 2 7/8 width for the broad leather belt which closed the tunic and suspended the sword. D form. Original cross pin. Excellent excavated condition.... (read more)
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Forged iron, Large 2 3/8 x 1 7/8" size. Finely forged with swelled middle sides and round leading edge to minimize wear on the leather. Original cross pin. Excellent excavated condition.... (read more)
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Medieval period, 10th-14th centuries, the period of the great cathedral construction. Forged iron, 9 1/8" length with opened seam conical socket, retaining original grip wood within, and rectangular section bit. Rusted from burial. Used to shape the great... (read more)
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19th century. Pair, each just under 6" height. Silvered bronze, each hand decorated with terminal bands, the field of one in an elaborate matrix or lattice. The other in scrolling foliage. Used to serve the liquid rendered by removing the butter from chur... (read more)
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Pair for a child of about 10 years of age, dating about 1900. Doe skin with scalloped borders and rolled seam to the top. Clear beaded foliate bands to the tops. Shows honest wear but complete and no damage.... (read more)
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Probably dating about 1950. Bombe form with flat lid. Three sides with floral splay. The front with crossed US flags. Complete and about excellent.... (read more)
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Late 19th/early 20th century. 3 1/4” width. Heavily beaded floral display and borders on red wool. Double strand beaded strap. Bead work complete. The wool with spotty moth damage.... (read more)
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19th century Iroquois. 3 3/4” width of tear section. The front and flap heavily beaded in a bird on a branch with foliage. Edges with bead loops, partially untacked, but appears complete. Reverse with a wreath surrounding FROM NIAGARA FALLS. Niagara Falls... (read more)
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4 1/2” height with beaded border, floral wreath, radial center splay and suspended loops. The top with a loop for wall hanging. Fabric a little faded but excellent and undamaged. 19th century judging from the fabric.... (read more)
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Late 19th/early 20th century. 4 3/4” length with body stuffed in the full round and applied flat wings and tail, all edged in beads. Additional bead band to the body and details to the wings and tail. Fabric a little faded but complete and undamaged as it... (read more)
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Iroquois/Mic Mac produced in Canada for the American trade which, at that time, largely comprised affluent adventurers and honeymooners. 5 1/2” height, heart shaped. Decorated in bead work with crossed American flags below abstracted panels. Beaded border... (read more)
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Late 19th to early 20th century. 5 1/4” height. Classic example of this well known type which was produced with trade cloth and beads for both domestic and retail use. Finely executed in very small seed beads in stylized floral splays. Black velvet base w... (read more)
$155.00
Probably a memento of an English soldier returning from the 1879 War. Bright trade beadwork on raw hide, secured with homespun plant fiber thread and cord. 30 1/2" length plus the hide tie. The central panel with geometric motif identifying the grooms’ cl... (read more)
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Probably Meiji period for sale to European sailors. 6 1/4" length with sleek cat like body. The head drawn back with opened mouth clutching the sacred pearl in its mouth. Dark glossy patina.... (read more)
$115.00
Antique, but as with most Tibetan religious items, the age is very difficult to determine. Bronze, 2 3/4" length. Early form with four veins to each terminal. Each vein well modeled as a scaly opened mouth dragon. Very dark copper rich patina.... (read more)
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5" height, silver plated. Manston, in Kent, served as a military air base when in 1918, the R A F was formed. Wing Commander S R Watkins served as a bomber pilot 1916-18 after which he was Wing Commander. His private papers are archived at the Imperial Wa... (read more)
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5" diameter of deep section with central post from another shell for "knocking out" pipes. The back with numerous markings including Mk IV GUN, 1916 and Broad Arrow. These pipe ash trays were made for officer's mess'.... (read more)
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5" height. Wonderful untouched patina actually grading down from top bottom owing to dust collection. Morlancourt in the north of France is where the Red Baron (Richthofen) was finally shot down.... (read more)
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2 1/2" x 1 5/8" x 3/4" with one side partially opened to expose the striking surface of the box which it covered. Swan Vestas were dominant in the market and this cover fits their box. Dark patina and perfunctory artistry. Cambri, in the north of France, ... (read more)
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