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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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Dating to the post-Civil War westward movement which opened the plains to cattle and the mountains to trappers. 9 1/4" length with 4 3/4" blade. Antler grip with WM cap. Unmarked. The product of a New England cottage industry likely retailed in Saint Loui... (read more)
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64 1/4" length with 48 1/2" flared muzzle barrel. Native made snaphaunce lock. Elegant form full stock, stopping just short of the muzzle. The butt with broad ivory panel (USA sales only). The fore stock secured with a series of white metal bands with con... (read more)
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Late 19th century. 4 3/8" diameter. Gloss black exterior. The inside of both pieces orange. The rims and top grip with gold edges. The top with four gold conifer sprigs and a pair of cranes, silver and gold, in flight. Excellent undamaged condition.... (read more)
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Companion to FNS1012 and clearly the product of the same workshop. These two acquired by us from different sources, decades apart. Varying with the spatulate quillons a little broader as they were hand hammered, indicative of a different workman. Stable c... (read more)
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Extremely rare example used as funerary achievements in over knight's tombs in England. This, and the following are two of the only three examples on the market in the last 50 years, in our experience. Iron, 35" overall with spherical pommel, spatulate te... (read more)
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Revolutionary War production C.1777-83. Brass stirrup form guard. The grip sheathed in brass impressed with a twisted wire pattern. 27 3/4" straight s.e. blade with long false edge. The blade hand hammered and decorated with two clusters of dimples each s... (read more)
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Iron, 8" total length. Ribbed medial armor piercing blade on delicately scalloped base. Straight concave section side plates and addorsed hand grips with swelled medials and stepped connecting members. Worn with lineal texturing probably indicating mechan... (read more)
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Good quality with well-crafted 8 3/4" se/de blade showing smooth dark patina. The forte with a small maker's mark. Wood hilt with flat brass crested pommel and stepped base piece, both with foliate decoration. The grip with medial band and inset twisted b... (read more)
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See Neumann P.118. Hand forged and unmarked. 16 1/2" length with hooked blade in iron ferrule. Swelled wood grip with scroll terminal butt hook. Sound with dark patina. Small circular rust spot or forging flaw at the base of the blade. Used to fashion bru... (read more)
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Entirely hand made and "one off". 28" total length with 20 1/2" medially ridged blade . The forte flanked by blade catcher projections. Rolled and roped edge sail form guard pierced with hearts and circles. Straight spirally fluted cross guard. Faceted po... (read more)
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The head, of classic "round poll hatchet" form. 8" height. See Neumann #4.a dated 1700-1770. The right side struck with a maker's mark as a pair of tongs an RI, perhaps for Rhode Island. The head in typical preservation with black aged finish and the eye... (read more)
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Late 18th century-1800. 18 1/2" overall with 9 1/8" barrel decorated with silver koftgari in symmetrical scroll work, quite weak on glossy brown surface. European style lock with round section banana form lock. Wood stock with bold lattice decoration to t... (read more)
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Charming example of lovely proportions. 18 1/4" overall with 10 3/8" flared muzzle barrel. The stock with checkered wrist, inset with a circular pewter escutcheon. Iron furniture including saddle ring and butt plate with a small trap door. Percussion lock... (read more)
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2 1/2" height plus plexiglas stand. The face modeled with a forward stare emphasized by stylus picked out eyes. Tripartite headdress probably indicating a dignitary. Fine glossy brown clay slip in excellent preservation.... (read more)
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Dated 1790 and surely serving through the Napoleonic Wars. Silver plated brass hilt with P form guard and broad langets. Fine diced walnut grip with delicate line and reeded border. 36 1/4" broad and narrow fullered blade with hatched panel and GILL (make... (read more)
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So called "shield ring" with large oval bezel decorated with transverse reeding and segment of right angled reeding to the tips. Characteristic double prong band. Size 8 1/2. Professionally conserved with mottled gilt surface. Wearable.... (read more)
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Cruciform hilt with expanded terminal cross guard, oval ring guard and two bar guard to the back with a thumb ring. Faceted mushroom form pommel. Leather over wire wrapped grip with turban form terminals. 32 1/8" blade with raised medial, tapered through... (read more)
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Flaked flint, with both faces shaped (bi-face) as opposed to the earlier mono face type. 1.48” height.... (read more)
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Belt form with motto PER MARE PER TERRAS (by sea and by land) with armorial device of a gauntleted hand clutching the cross. Gaelic Name: MacDhomhnuill. 1 7/8" height.... (read more)
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Upper arm and shoulder defense, from a Victorian suit of armor. 8 plates of anatomical form, articulated with brass rivet pivots. Buckle to the top and leather strap at the bottom to secure to the arm. The bottom two plates pierced with pairs of holes. Cl... (read more)
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8" height. Made in two pieces, each with graduated series of key hole slots defining the bars between. smooth with brown patina.... (read more)
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1.00" diameter. Abstracted motifs of ball and baluster form with a feathered motif top and bottom. Light wear from its period of use. Gilt patina.... (read more)
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1.15" width. Rounded section ring with clusters of three nubs. Professionally conserved with mottled gilt patina.... (read more)
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Bronze, 1.60" height. Heart profile with triple nubs to the bottom and floral splay to the top. Glossy patina over light texture. Note that this form was used later in American Indian trade silver though we are unable to establish a connection.... (read more)
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Bronze, 1.30" width. Modeled as tendrils and flower buds. Crisp detail and fine patina.... (read more)
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Pewter, tapered with double lined bands. Front with owners initials FSN. Marked PINT near the lip and JAMES C EDWARDS 90 HIGH ST CAMDEN TOWN. Good patina with minor dings from toasting. Camden Town is a district of London. Ex:Ken Paul movie prop stock, u... (read more)
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Pewter pint with the crowned VR cipher and London cross and dagger mark with makers name, G Fairmiloe & Sons. PINT mark opposite. Owners initials WB to the front. Ex:Ken Paul movie prop stock, used in English movies from the 1950s-early 90s.... (read more)
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Pewter pint (so marked) with the crowned VR cipher and London County Council mark. Owners initials WB to the front. The bottom engraved with the pub name Poet and Peacock of Newington Bath. Ex:Ken Paul movie prop stock, used in English movies from the 195... (read more)
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Just under 3/4" diameter with 12 in stylized wreath. Crisp with glossy patina. The relief decoration off center as made. Back loop intact. The 12th Regiment of the Line fought under Colonel Joseph Mouttet at Waterloo. Exceptional condition. E.x: Waterloo... (read more)
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