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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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European, for ship or battery firing. 7 1/4" bronze barrel with ringed breech, tapered ringed muzzle tube and baluster cascabel. Wood carriage with blocked rear wheels, ratcheted elevation axle and wood tail wedge. Nicely detailed with heavy bull dog" lo... (read more)
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Upper arm protection. Ex: Bashford Dean, founder and first curator of the Arms and Armor Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ex: Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester Massachusetts. Four pieces, the cylindrical main plate with flared upper edge engaging a... (read more)
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Dr. Wall period, C.1770. "Three Flower" pattern. Both pieces with the crescent mark underglaze. 4 3/8" diameter under bowl. Excellent throughout.... (read more)
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7/8" height. Cubical with the sides forming Hebrew letters and central axle. Excavated with surface encrustation over bronze or white metal alloy. Found in Eastern Europe at a site with dateable artifacts of 9th-11th century and likely dating to that peri... (read more)
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7/8" height. Relief cast with the sides forming Hebrew letters. Excavated with surface encrustation over bronze or white metal alloy. Found in Eastern Europe at a site with dateable artifacts of 9th-11th century and likely dating to that period or earlier... (read more)
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Large heavy proportions. 18" length. Iron barrel, 11 3/8" with broad flared muzzle. The breech and muzzle with incised decoration inlaid with silver. Large flint lock (pitted). Punch decorated brass trigger guard and side plate. Dummy ram rod. The stock p... (read more)
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Particularly intricate and elegant example, probably Venetian. 3 1/4" height with triangular belt eye, the top with wide and narrow beading, scalloped edges and pierced with bronze stud borders. Hook of deep loop form with reeded bud form terminal and dou... (read more)
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9" height. Brass with flared edge socket. Tapered edge platform with ringed base and stem with three swells, the upper faceted. Fine patina with light wear from gentle handling.... (read more)
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Dr Wall Period, C.1770-83. 5 5/8" diameter. Each with shanked body and low scalloped edges. Hand gold decorated with baroque borders suspending repeated foliage clusters. The well (bottom center) of each with a further cluster. Have two sets matching. Eac... (read more)
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Dr Wall Period, C.1770-83. Both with the blue crescent mark underglaze. 5 1/2" diameter, each with shanked (spirally fluted) body with scalloped rim. Decorated in profuse gold foliage and flowers in two ranks, over cobalt details. Old collection label to... (read more)
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Symmetrical bronze hilt with small quillons and slightly dished pommel, engraved with chevrons enclosing serpentine and punch motifs. Slender swelled tip langets. Massive 27 1/2" European broad sword blade with triple narrow fullers. Shows great age. The... (read more)
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30 1/2" length. Crescent form bit with large chiseled foliage panel each side. The centers with gold foliage floral motif. Additional gold decoration to the borders. Gold quite strong. Additional silver decoration to the center and the back mount. Silver... (read more)
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Brass hilt of shamshir form with relief foliage decoration throughout, shows good patina. 29" curved broad fullered blade with glossy very dark patina interspersed with speckles and patches of pitting. The right side more so than the left. Russ-Turkish Wa... (read more)
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Original 1893 catalog of the exhibition of the world famous collection shown in New York. 68 pages, paper cover cataloging over 1300 items in the collection with 11 engraved full page scenes of instruments in use referenced to items in the collection. The... (read more)
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19th century. Small example as carried in a shoulder pouch and used as a utility knife and for eating. 4 1/4" leaf shaped blade probably made from a barrel hoop with line bordered zig zag decoration (scattered pitting mixed with bright finish). Hide wrapp... (read more)
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17th-18th century. 82 1/4" length. Thick slender head with diamond section armor piercing point above medially ridged faceted section stepped to convex section base. Conical socket with diamond form projections lapping the point base in the Persian taste.... (read more)
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Dating to the Great Raj, late 18th-19th century. Bronze, 7 3/8" length finely cast with floral nub upper and scalloped base. The tapered medial with decorative band and two other bands inscribed VILLAGE POLICE and LATHDCHAD KIDAR. Originally mounted on a... (read more)
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Iron head only. 22 5/8" length with medially ridged spear point and double crescent axe blade in the Italian taste. Ringed tapered socket. Deep relief decoration of scrolling foliage to the blades. Crisp with good gray age patina. Can be simply hafted to... (read more)
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88 1/4" length. Broad curved blade with ridged back. Oval section pole with iron base shoe. The lower portion in black lacquer. The upper with abalone shell matrix. Braided knot divider. The blade mounted with a copper habaki and ribbed guard. Showing age... (read more)
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Danelaw (England) C.866-1067 AD. 3/4" width. Broad shield shape with central nub in a beaded loop. Especially intricate with detail well preserved. Back pins worn short.... (read more)
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Danelaw (England) C.866-1067 AD. 3/4" width of broad heart shape with floral motif to the field. Back pins complete.... (read more)
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Danelaw (England) C.866-1067 AD. Bronze, intricately cast in variations of the heart form with back prongs to attach to the leather brigandines which were the primary protection of the Viking warrior and the broaches, served as surface reinforcement, in f... (read more)
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Bronze, size 10 1/4. Wide high rounded section and smooth glossy surface with fine patina. Wearable.... (read more)
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Bronze, size 10 1/8. Narrow band, more typical for these, with rounded face. Bronze with fine mottled green patina. Wearable.... (read more)
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Bronze, size 9 1/2. Exceptionally broad, rounded face with fine mottled glossy green patina. Large size, especially wide, lovely patina and wearable.... (read more)
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18th century. Conventional form. Domes skull with central spike, twin plume holders and sliding nasal bar. Eight peak butted link mail fall, excellent. The skull originally painted overall upon a smoothing coat of gesso like base. Just remnants of the pai... (read more)
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Early Crusades period. Large proportions with 34 3/8" broad fullered blade and radially fluted horizontally compressed pommel, variations of which include the "hazel nut" pommel and Viking pommels. Straight rectangular section cross guard correct for the... (read more)
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Brass hilt with five ball guard. Reeded bone grip. 30 1/2" broad fullered blade with bright gilt decoration of military and patriotic motifs on strong blued ground, first half. Blade with working life brazed break past the decoration, Minor staining only... (read more)
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Brass hilt with double shell guard. The right, upturned, with large fleur de lys. Spherical pommel and copper wire wrapped grip. 33" straight broad fullered blade of large fighting form. The forte etched in foliage and military trophies, both sides. Blade... (read more)
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