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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. The rules for combat confined attack to the upper body. It c... (read more)
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Zulu War of 1879 trophy. 11” point of elongated leaf shape, finely forged with adjacent surfaces alternately rounded inn and rounded out. Indented bans and original wire work socket with just the splintered upper part of the haft. Wonderful untouched age ... (read more)
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C.1880 from the Mahdist War. 11 1/4” length, well forged with barbed triangular point above rectangular section spine, with opposing rows of vicious chisel raised barbs. Butted seam conical socket. Crisp with glossy brown patina. Designed to penetrate a B... (read more)
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Mahdist period, C.1880. 16 1/4” length. Conical socket with forge welded seam. Bolster base with rectangular block decorated in hatched panels, the corners with opposing barbs. Cylindrical segment above with fine medial, forged to square section with set ... (read more)
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Watered steel construction throughout with pattern showing to the blade flats and side bars. 11” blade with thickened armor piercing point and raised medial chiseled with a trefoil at the base each side. Cusped support chiseled with a V and dot motif band... (read more)
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Iron box lock engraved with a foliage sprig each side. The breech struck with Birmingham proof. The trigger guard and tang with engraved radial lines. 3” .55 cal barrel. Bag shaped walnut grip. Barrel with a little scattered oxidation, but most original b... (read more)
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6 1/8” wedge section blade tapered through its length. The tip somewhat rounded as it was used strictly for slashing. The hilt with iron bolster and exposed tang with hooked finger stall terminal. Tang top and blade back with hatched decoration. Two p... (read more)
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Dutch or British Colonial period. Well made with 6 1/4” thickened down turned blade, iron bolster. The grip with hooked terminal providing a finger stall and shaped bone scales. Shows its great age with dark patina and a little pitting to the right blad... (read more)
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Albanian, of characteristic form. See Held p.102. 14” .60 cal. barrel with chocolate brown patina on frosty surface. Finely detailed miquelet lock with fancy sculpted bridle to the pan and figured cock pivot. The stock entirely encased in engraved and... (read more)
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Classic example as used in Tibet and Bhutan as well. 9 3/4” heavy wedge section blade of lineal pattern welded iron. White metal hilt with pierced pommel and wire wrapped ribbed section grip. White metal scabbard embossed in foliage and foliate bands. ... (read more)
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Iron with deeply domed skull embossed with facial features. Chiseled overall with panels of foliage retaining somewhat worn gold and silver koftgari decoration. The front with eyes and a bushy moustache completing the face. Fixed nasal bar contoured to... (read more)
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Mahdist period, C.1880. 16 3/4” length. Conical socket. Tapered elongated square section point with a series of highly skillfully chisel raised barbs. Crisp with mottled superficial brown patina only. Some old white paint to one side typical for exam... (read more)
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Classic type as worn ceremonially with traditional Greek costume. Pewter hilt relief decorated in foliage. Chained edge brass scabbard with hide medial segment, mounted with pewter appliques of the Greek eagle, military and classical subjects. 11 3/8” ... (read more)
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Massive and flamboyant, 41” length with elegant crescent edge bit balanced by a conical back spike and matching forward spike. Good hard wood haft and matching butt mount. Mounts nicely patinaed. The haft with superficial abrasions and light wear from use... (read more)
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Iron, 26” length with spirally fluted shaft and cylindrical grip with flared butt and separate ring. Six elegant flanges with reinforced tips. Elongated finial. Good genuine patina over applied age texture. Showy example of genuine age.... (read more)
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Iron. 23 1/4” blade of broad tapering form inscribed with a stylized cross bisecting an S each side. Down turned guard with a Maltese cross to the middle. Scroll decorated grip and diced pyramidal form pommel. Good genuine patina with lamination showing o... (read more)
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Excavated example from the famed collection of Chateau Heeswijk in North Brabant Holland. Iron, with branching cruciform guard and flattened pear shaped pommel. The blade of fine diamond section with slightly concave faces and tapered ricasso struck with ... (read more)
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Peterson #154. Brass hilt with screw off pommel with the school seal in relief on the quillon block. 29 3/4” straight d.e. blade with MA (military Academy) logo to one side and vacant area flanked by flourishes for the officer’s name opposite. The forte m... (read more)
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5 1/4” long. Classic flesh cutter capable of penetrating leather armor and its wearer. Point of near flat section. Forged seam conical socket pierced for a securing pin. Socket edge a little eroded. Excellent excavated condition.... (read more)
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Peterson #10. One piece brass hilt shows uniform dark aging only. 32 1/4” blade marked at the forte, Collins & Co. Hartford Conn. 1862. Collins is noted for making fine quality officer’s swords and produced just 648 examples of this pattern. This one is f... (read more)
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Iron hilt with slightly asymmetrical shell guards pierced with fouled anchor, arms and flag splay, cannon and ship's stock such as barrels. The edges chiseled as ocean waves. Quillon block and pommel pierced with classical helmet on flag splay. The... (read more)
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Size 5 1/2. Rounded face of slightly skewed form, undoubtedly deliberately formed, as these were made by the lost wax process. Bronze with mottled green on brown patina.... (read more)
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Broad band, size 5 1/2. Rounded face with uniform light brown patina. Evidently bronze. 9th-10th century AD.... (read more)
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Copper, size 6 1/2. Medium width with rounded face. Dark patina. The inside with some copper surface showing. Probably never plated as pure copper polishes to a deep gold color.... (read more)
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Bronze, originally gilt. Small size 5 1/4 as they were worn on the small finger. Rounded face. Slightly over 1/8" width. Green patina with light surface encrustation.... (read more)
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7 1/4" length. Weighted tear shaped head encased in black leather. Braided shank with concealed stiff spring and brass button tip. Wrist thong on a sliding yoke. Undamaged but surface work from use.... (read more)
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Classic as made and used from about 1880 through the Roaring Twenties. 8 1/4" length, plus the wrist strap. Elongated lead head encased in stitched leather over braided shaft concealing a stiff spring for enhanced impact. Braided butt attaching the wrist ... (read more)
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19th century. 37" height with brass shod tapered wood shaft in brown lacquer. Brass ferrule at the joint and cherry wood grip with the base retaining the natural bark and the bulbous grip shaped for the hand. 29" stiff square section thrusting blade taper... (read more)
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Plain utility example, 11" length, of particularly large girth. Domed wood base with iron strap stud. Tapered stepped spout. Dark patina throughout. The body with original tool marks likely indicating its hasty production just before or during the Revolut... (read more)
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Natural cow horn shaped to oval base and circular shoulder with joint tapered, threaded spout. Screw off horn cap which served as a powder measure as well. Simple line decoration. See Neumann p.153, #23 lower right. 63/4" height. Good character with a lit... (read more)
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