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A FLEMISH COMPOSITE ARMOR C.1570-80
This fine armor was intended to be equally suitable for war or the tournament. For the tournament, it is designed for foot combat in which two adversaries fought armed with poleax or broadsword.
A COSSACK HETMANS MACE, BULAVA, C.1650-1700
Among Cossacks, the hetman was the military commander. The title was used from the end of the 16th to the mid 18th centuries by the Ukrainian Cossacks.
A FINE GERMAN CUP HILT RAPIER DATED 1661
Provenance: The Boston Museum of Fine Art Exhibited: The John Woodman Higgins Armory, Worcester Massachusetts, 1974-92
A GERMAN SWEPT-HILT RAPIER C.1600-25
Its high rounded upper hilt bar dates this rapier to the first quarter of the 17th century.
A MEDIEVAL HAND AND A HALF SWORD
This is a cutting sword designed to be most effective against leather or partial plate armor.
A RARE HAND AND A HALF SWORD, C.1400, POSSIBLY ENGLISH
AN ITALIAN LEFT-HAND DAGGER, C.1620-30
This charming dagger incorporates a fluted shell guard above the conventional ring guard in a deceptively pleasing arrangement.
ENGLISH INFANTRY SABER C.1750
Classic example of this form, Neumann 160.S which was standardized with minor modifications in 1796. This example showing the early form with solid (not hinged) slightly asymmetrical guard.
EUROPEAN EXECUTIONER’S AXE C.1600
40 3/4” haft length. 13 1/8” depth of the backswept crescent form head. The haft with expanded butt and showing good glossy patina. Head showing its black forged finish and dent with small delamination above the eye. Large proportions and heavy weight
Exceptionally large example LURISTAN BRONZE SWORD. C.1100-950 BC
Total length 18 1/8”. One piece, distinctive form with raised edge waisted grip for inset bone or wood grips long ago perished. Diamond section elongated leaf shaped blade with particularly sharp point. Professionally conserved with mottled patina.
FRENCH GILT HILT SMALLSWORD C.1745-60
The blade is perfectly plain as made, embodying the latest features including a dramatically widened forte sharply necking to a straight taper out to the point. That form is now referred to as a colichemarde and this example demonstrates it at its extreme
GERMAN CUP HILT RAPIER C.1640
This elegant swords draws its inspiration from its Mediterranean counterparts.
INDO PERSIAN WATERED STEEL CHAKRAM SWORD
One of the least understood of all weapons is the Indian throwing ring knife variously known as the Chakram, Chakra, Chakar, Chakram Quoit, Quoit and probably others. Generally thought to be the exclusive provenance of the Sikhs, Egerton shows a broad bla
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS SWORD
Excellent with good age patina throughout and plating near complete. Second half of the 19th century.
MARKHAM VALLEY CANNIBAL SPOON.
C.1900. Slightly pointed bowl with tapered grip expanded for a suspension cord. Fine dark glossy patina.
MASSIVE SUDANESE DAGGER OR SHORT SWORD
16 1/4 d.e. blade etched both sides with panel of Arabic calligraphy at the forte and thluth script to the remainder. One piece contoured bone grip with black horn top.
RARE FRANKISH SCRAMSAX
C7th-8th centuries. Classic form with broad wedge section blade with stepped clipped point and near straight edge. 6 1/8 length. Professionally conserved as the above two. Considerable original surface remaining. The classic side knife of the Frankish wa
RARE JAPANESE SAMURAI ARROW
This is an extremely rare Japanese Samurai arrow of the Edo period, 1602-1846. It is fine quality with a horn nock and spotted goose fletching.
SIKH CHAKRAM CHACKRUM
CLASSIC SIKH CHAKRAM. 9 3/8 diameter with rounded inner edge and exterior cutting edge. Struck three times with the Sikh tree mark. Quite smooth with scattered light pitting. Crisp marks.
FINE VICTORIAN COPY OF A GERMAN SALADE C.1450
Probably based on Tower Armories item #IV.429, with strong central ridge of keel form. Finely formed prow below the single horizontal eye slit with rolled bottom edge.
IMPERIAL GERMAN NCO SWORD C.1880
Plated iron hilt with wear to the pommel and inner guard but 90%+ plating intact. Ribbed black composition covered grip complete, slightly shrunk each end.
ZULU THRUSTING ASSEGAI
Zulu Wars of 1879 period. 42 1/4” length. Wood haft with good Zulu wire work bound socket and short matching segment to the butt. Long leaf shaped medial ridged head. Highly desirable short thrusting form introduced by Shaka and used like a sword for ...
AN ITALIAN ARBALETE C.1780
The arbalete or pellet crossbow was used primarily as a hunting weapon. As such, its use was restricted to nobility and the aristocracy.
FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY POLEARM
One of the finest of the hastily produced weapons which armed the suppressed populous in their overthrow of the monarchy and establishment of Napoleon as Emperor. Made by a highly skilled blacksmith, relying the success of historic models, (note: the ...
INDOPERSIAN FLINT LOCK BLUNDERBUSS. C.1750-1800
14 barrel swamped to 1 1/4 at the muzzle. The first 5 with raised chiseled arabesque decoration, repeated at the muzzle. Banana form lock with East India Co. logo and throat hole cock.
AN ITALIAN ARBALETE C.1580
This example represents one of the most elegant forms from the evolution of the cross bow. As they were used for hunting, sufficient numbers have survived in good condition for accurate dating and typology.
BULLS PIZZLE WALKING CANE
A classic Deep South folk art tradition! 32 3/4” length excluding the handle. The tip reinforced with a wood plug and iron nail.
VIKING ARROWHEAD C.866-1067 AD
York England. 4 length with medial ridged leaf shaped point on side seam conical socket. The tip slightly dented form an impact when used. As neither Vikings or Saxons wore armor at the time, it likely struck a rock (of which England is made) missing ...
A SCOTTISH BASKET-HILT BROADSWORD 2ND QUARTER OF THE 18TH CENTURY
This Scottish basket hilted broadsword dates to Scottish Rebellion period. The hilt comprises a cage of bars interspersed by pierced and incised panels. Blade length: 34 3/8”
MASSIVE INDIAN BROADSWORD FIRANGI
17th-18th century. The hand and a half sword of the subcontinent with “hindu” basket hilt with broad lobed guard and wide tapered knuckle bow. The guard edges pierced with two bands of tiny holes. The field and heavy bolster to the blade, engraved ...
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