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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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Particularly elegant brass hilt, formerly gilt, finely chased and detailed with hounds attacking a fox to the shell guard, hound opposite stag quillon block, and hounds attacking a lion to the pommel. All with high relief scrolling foliage adjacent. The k... (read more)
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Pre reservation period and Custer period, probably Apache. 33 7/8" length. Hard wood shaft scraped to shape. Deep nock, double fletching with cord wrap encased in pitch. Iron head probably from a barrel hoop. Fine uniform age patina. No damage, but consid... (read more)
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Finely forged and tinned overall with about 50% tin remaining. Each terminal with a large stylized flower of the form later utilized in hex signs. This as well as representations on frakturs, painted furniture and other Pennsylvania Dutch folk art are the... (read more)
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26 3/4" length. Heavy tubular brass haft, probably cloth covered originally, with fine deep patina. The butt with cast bronze leopard head. Tiger head opposite with opened mouth from which the blade, shaped as an elephant's head, projects. Blade decorated... (read more)
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18th/early 19th century. Glaive form, 99 3/4” length. Huge iron head with recurved tip, scalloped bask and raised back spur. Each side with copper inlaid zig zag, each junction with a brass rosette secured with a copper rivet. The blade emerging from the ... (read more)
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A prick spur of the very earliest form. Wrought iron of very diminutive form. Just 2 1/8" width. A rounded band fitting the heel with a simple central spike just long enough to penetrate the horse's fur and contact the skin. The terminals each pierced wit... (read more)
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17th-18th century. 29" length. Forged iron head of moustache form, thick section, sharply edged full length. Medium raised brown rusting resulting in old glossy stable patina with small area pitting to one point. Original hard wood haft shows glossy patin... (read more)
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Standard pattern by scarce maker, PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. who produce just 10,000, less than 1 in 20 made. Brass hilt shoes few minor blemishes only. Grip sound and complete. Blade shows smooth mottled fray patina. The forte with maker's name (poorly struck) ... (read more)
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Late 16th century. Finely forged iron head with trapezoidal form diamond section pint with integral cylindrical socket and short cheek straps. Both sides of the head with light chevron file pattern to the bottom, a finishing “signature” touch of the artis... (read more)
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Ox bone vase made at Knockaloe Prison Camp, Isle of Man. 9 1/4” height, on ebonized wood base, crisply carved in roses, in deference to English taste, and foliage which extend through the mouth serrating the lip. Crisp condition, evidently stored and not ... (read more)
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Made for wear with traditional costume and of the same primitive quality as the dress swords which are always dated 1821. 16 1/4” total length. Stock of silvered bronze, with soldered seams, deeply modeled in panels of foliage and roped motifs. Bronze loc... (read more)
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Early 17th century. This large sword was made for use on horseback against an armored opponent. The hilt is of large proportions to accommodate the gauntleted hand with long grip and large pommel to balance the long blade. The right side mounts a fluted s... (read more)
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Made for suspension or table top use. Oval reservoir. Tapered wick holder with rounded drip pan. Scalloped edge line decorated swivel suspension yoke. Dark patina with a little staining. 7 3/4" length. 1700's - early 1800's.... (read more)
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Used through the 1700's and into the 1800's until kerosene replaced whale oil and lard as fuel. 9 1/2" height with weighted conical base, slender stem and cylindrical top with hanging eye to the back. Removable cylindrical reservoir with long wick holder ... (read more)
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Iron hilt with figural hexagonal pommel. Down turned terminal cross guard and black leather covered grip. 34" blade of strong diamond section, tapering through its length, hand forged and replicating the original accurately. Pleasant genuine patina throug... (read more)
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Iron hilt with "window" pierced pommel and guard elements. Fine wire wrapped grip. 39 3/4" straight d.e. blade with intricately pierced fuller to the forte. The blade relieved for the finger within the guard. Excellent with fine genuine age character. The... (read more)
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Plated hilt based on the 1840 nco sword with large George Washington bust pommel. Wire wrapped black leather grip. 30 1/8" d.e. blade well etched with foliage panels flanking F O S A one side and the owner's name opposite. Plated scabbard with three mount... (read more)
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19th century. 20" eight wave blade, finely forged with intricate root and curiously, with black fire scale finish. Clearly made and mounted that way as the overlaying silver retainers and hilt are unaffected. It seems likely that such finishes may have be... (read more)
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18th century. Displaying the features and artistry which inspired the English makers to imitate the production through industrialization. Just over 4 3/4" diameter of very delicately scalloped form with a scalloped rib in the well echoing the edge. Low ra... (read more)
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15 3/8” spatulate blade made from flat stock, probably a rail from a farm wagon. The field smooth and the edges shaped and stone sharpened. Minor spotting at the forte, otherwise excellent. Red hide covered scabbard and grip. The scabbard with three small... (read more)
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Masai or Kikuyu. 19 1/8” length. Traditional form but boldly forged and sharpened with leaf shaped point, twisted medial and base projections above butted seam conical socket. Of unusually bold execution associated with preparation for war, likely the con... (read more)
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Cast iron, 9 1/4” length. 8 3/8” .50 cal. barrel, tapered through its length with flared muzzle. Iron carriage with cylindrical wheels. Used for saluting, signaling and probably entertainment.... (read more)
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Standard pattern, Peterson #121. Brass hilt with high relief detail of eagles on flags foliage etc., with remnants of fire gilt in protected areas. Wire wrapped shark skin covered grip, excellent. 29 1/4” d.e. blade decorated with eagle, US, foliage and g... (read more)
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Type which served in the American Revolution and through the French Revolution, Napoleonic Wars and War of 1812. 27 5.8” curved broad fullered blade. Brass hilt with four slot guard with intricate triple scroll side guard. Faceted one piece backstrap and ... (read more)
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Companion to FNS437 and matching in details of the hilt. The back strap inscribed The Second Lancers Cavalry Regiment, Rider No 80, State of Pataila. 28 1/4” blade remoun... (read more)
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Brass hilt patterned after the British M.1822 “Gothic hilt” infantry officer’s sword with arms of England badge. The back strap with Urdu inscription The Second Lancers Cavalry Regiment, Rider No 62, State of Pataila. Wire wrapped black leather grip. 30” ... (read more)
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Companion, identical in construction. Kept together and probably sold as surplus at the end of the 19th century. Condition matching but for the preservation of the blade which retains near all original bright polish.... (read more)
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Based on the Napoleonic pattern or an actual Napoleonic example refurbished after Waterloo. One piece brass hilt with D form guard and ribbed grip. 23 3/8” curved s.e. blade with maker’s mark CA at the forte. Spotty gray patina on crisp surface with origi... (read more)
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Molded hard rubber encasing a heavy weight in the head. 11” length, tapered with ribbed grip separated by a ring. Spherical pommel. Pierced through for a leather wrist thong. Head with a label George F Herold Co. New York. George Herold Company was establ... (read more)
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