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BRITISH ROYAL AIR FORCE OFFICER’S SWORD: Retailer: “J & H MOSS CAMBRIDGE CIRCUS, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE – W.C.2 – PHONE REGENT 1814”. Beautiful bright etched blade with the Royal Coat of Arms on the left side and Crown over RAF Eagle on the right side. The ricasso bears the “PROVED” Disc of
Wilkinson. The brass guard bears the Cypher of George V an....

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£1025 Big and Sprauncy 1796 Trooper´s Light Dragoon Battle Sword
All overall blackened patinated finish, leather grip. Smal combat cut to leading top edge and one or two defensive parrys to the back edge. Makers stamp at the forte back edge, possibly Osborn, with part struck ordnance inspectors stamp to blade. A great swash buckling beauty of a combat sword, with no frills or fancy details, just standard regulation issue to British troopers in the late 1790&acu....

1,300 GBP presentation infantry officer's sword as a memento of friendship from Major Goldsworthy to Robert Lane dated 1835 by Prosser.
The blade is engraved and pipe backed and the
hilt is gilt brass including the insignia of William 1V. The whole in very
good condition

1,300 GBP 18th Century 15 bore flintlock officer's pistol
by Hewson of London

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£995 1796 Infantry Sword of James Hilton, the 48th Foot, the Heroes of Talavera
with photos of his Memoriam Card and medal [lacking two bars]. A sword that belonged to a man who served in the 48th foot, the Northamptonshire Regt. His name is inscribed on the folded guard of the gilt bronze hilt. It has a very good silver grip and typical blade. We have polished the silver grip but left the gilded hilt exactly as it is to show it´s untouched authenticity. We show photos ....

£995 A French Heavy Cavalry M1854 Sword,
A French Heavy Cavalry M1854 Sword,

A French Heavy Cavalry M1854 Sword, 44&157; overall, 37&157; straight, multi-fullered ANXI blade with Spear point. Blade with inpectors marks, back edge engraved M-F&#acute;ture Rie&#acute; du KlingenthaXbre 1814l . A four bar brass hilt with brass pommel, original leather with brass wire, hilt with inspectors stamp, &#acute;B&#acute; under a star. Numbered....

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£995 Very Good Early 19th Century Cossack Kindjal Sword Signed Blade
With a very rare feature of quality, a very fine carved one piece carved horn grip with two steel rivets, [99% of them have two thin panel grips rivetted either side of the tang]. Very good two fullered blade off set from centre, with signed script cartouche. Original leather covered iron mounted scabbard. As worn by all the Cossacks, such as, for example the Kuban Cossacks (Russian Kubanskiye Kaz....

An excellent original example of a rare sword from the time of the American British war of 1812, with a less common Inspectors mark.

85.5 (33.75) curved unfullered flat blade with square back, single edged except for clipped point. The blade is stamped with the makers name. LS (Luther Sage) P Proved and US.

Angled iron stirrup hilt with rearward facing downward quillon, beak nose pommel an....

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£995 Very Fine US Civil War Cavalry M40 Pattern Sabre By F Horster
Traditional brass three bar hilt with wire bound grip, steel slashing blade with maker mark of F. Horster, bright steel combat scabbard. F Hoster was a well regarded German US Cavalry blade importer for the Civil War supply. Many of his Civil War period swords are in the best US collections of swords from that tragic and devastating internecine war. A rule of thumb with imported US cavalry sabers ....

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£995 Napoleonic Grenadiers Sword Bearing Boutet´s Versailles Stamp
Another Waterloo gem!. All of the Elite Imperial Guard sword hilts were supplied from Versailles. The Versailles Director was Nicolas-Noel Boutet, probably the greatest & most respected arms maker that has ever lived, his pistols and guns, made for King Louis XVI and Napoleon, are some of the most beautiful objects ever created by man. This grenadiers sword was made at the Versailles and carried b....

£995 1912 Cavalry Officer&#acute;s sword
An 1912 Cavalry Officer&#acute;s sword

8135 An 1812 Cavalry Officer&#acute;s sword. 43 1/2&157; overall with 35&157; straight fullered blade, engraved &#acute;Mirrlees Chassels 1935&#acute; and &#acute;Wilkinson Sword Co Ltd. London.&#acute; Numbered 65181 on the spine. With engraved bowlguard, fishskin grip with gilt twisted wire. Contained in its pig skin field service scabbard.
65181 for 1....

£995 26 An 1803 Flank Company sword.
26 An 1803 Flank Company sword.

An 1803 Flank Company sword. 32&157; overall with 27&157; sharply curved blade with faded blue and gilt decoration, with crown &#acute;GR&#acute; and trophy of arms. Gilt brass pierced hilt with lions head pommel and grey fish skin grip. In its leather and gilt brass mounted scabbard with frog stud and two suspension rings. Signed &#acute;JJ Gillet Cutlers and C....

Late 19th century. Blackened iron bowl guards with backward rolled edges. Each with hand engraved circular monogram of the owner. Diced black wood grips. 35 1/4'” T back blades, the last 9” flattened and spear pointed. The fortes marked COULEX & CIE KLINGENTHAL AND FRANCE. Contained in their brass mounted leather scabbards (one tip mount lacking). Though outlawed, dueling with swords c....

Late 18th century-1800. Characteristic long elegant form based on the Italian model. 12 1/2” .70 caliber barrel with small sighting rib flanked by simple foliage. Scrolling foliage to the breech. Slab side lock with foliage engraving in three vignettes, each with a distinct raised sword like device repeated, perhaps identifying the town or workshop of the engraver. Brass furniture. One piece sto....

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£985 East Riding Rgt. Cavalry Sword, With Lawrence of Arabia Interest.
British Army 1899 Pattern Cavalry regimental combat sword Made at Enfield and with ordnance issue date March 1910. A great and impressive steel bowl guard cavalry sword, used by one of the great WW1 ´pals´ regiments of East Yorkshire, and part of this cavalry regiment served in one of the most famous areas of the Great War, in Arabia, under the direct command of T.E.Lawrence, in 1916. ....

A very rare Bavarian Officers dress sword dating from the Napoleonic period which combines a military style spadroon blade with a boat shell hilt - German made.

84cm (33) straight single fullered spadroon style blade with rounded point, and flat back. The blade is double edged for the last 15.5. The blade is engraved on both sides with floral designs and stylised stands of arms retaining trac....

975 GBP 1804 pattern naval cutlass by Osborn and Gunby. The sword measures 33 3/8 ths overall and the blade is 28 7/8ths in length.
The blade is unfullered and marked Osborn
& Gunby on the back. It has been purposely blunted at some moment. It is
also marked with the Royal Cypher and what are likely to be rack markings.
The whole in very good condition

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£975 Very Good 1899 Pattern Cavalry Troopers Sword 5th Dragoon Guards
A Great ´Siege of Ladysmith´ Sword. Issued in 1899 with ´99 date. Regimentally marked for C troop the 5th Dragoon Guards, sword number 6. A great example with it´s natural, brown, aged patinated finish, superb bright steel blade, with very good markings and inspection stamps. Made by Enfield. Very good original scabbard with only minor denting. In rough outline the situati....

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£975 Most Scarce 52nd Regt, of Light Infantry Pioneer Sword
This sword is an absolute beauty, and such a rare piece from the late Georgian era. It has a stunning cast brass hilt with a superb cast lion pommel and the regiment number of the 52nd and the Light Infantry Bugle. This sword was made specifically for the 52nd and we very rarely see examples of it from one decade to the next. Most examples have the saw back form, but this is the adapted, back-swor....

1,225.00 USD Served in colonial America and both side in the Revolution. ENGLISH SABER C.1775-85
Iron hilt, about identical to Neumann 152.S with faceted olive form pommel. Cross guard with side loop and connecting bar to the knuckle bow, both with faceted decoration. Copper tape wound spirally fluted grip covered with green stained polished ray skin. 29 5/8" straight d.e. blade with short fuller. Blade and hilt show scattered uniform light pitting blending to good gray patina. Grip excellent....

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£950 19th Century Medievil Style Knightly Sword
13th-14th Century style, but made in the Victorian era, most probably as a faithful representation and display piece for a country estate. In the early 19th century Sir Walter Scott´s novels created a great resurgence in the interest in romantic Knightly tales of derring do and chivalry, and this was strongly followed in architecture at the time. To reflect the interest, numerous great castl....

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£935 Superb & Elegant 19th Century Sword With Ancient Crest & Royal Crown
With a finest gilt and silver hilt, bearing the ancient crest of the City of London, and the Royal Crown pommel. The blade is fully etched, dark patinated. Maker marked from Chancery Lane. The form of sword as was worn by the former Lord Mayor of London in the 19th century. A sword very rarely seen today, and an absolute beauty.

$1195 USD English Napoleonic Era Dog Head Cutlass
Brass hilt with flat recurved quillons with scrolled finials.
Dog head pommel with integral backstrap and separate brass strap on the front of
the grip. Wood grip with black cloth wrap (shrunk with age and small tears).
Unmarked 22 ½" single-edged blade with round point. Original black leather
scabbard (leather slightly shrunken from age), embossed with circles and stars,

Brass hilt with thickened edge boat form guard, expanded cross guard and plumed helmet form pommel. Fine copper wire wrapped grip with turban knot terminals. 34", concave faced triangular section blade, just about as long as we have encountered for these, bright with some minor speckles only. Hilt excellent and tight with good patina and remnants of gold in protected places.

Napoleonic period, C.1800-15. Typical form with reeded edge flat boat shaped guard, slightly recurved in section. Rectangular section cross guard and knuckle bow. Plumed helmet form pommel. Silver wire wrapped grip. The hilt elements heavily overlaid in silver virtually 100% intact. 27” triangular blade with Rouen maker's name and scrolling decoration. A family blade dating a generation or t....

The sophisticated art of the Luba stands alone among Congolese peoples. Endowed with natural resources, they cultivated the arts at levels above their neighbors. In the third quarter of the 19th century, the culture collapsed as a result of factional infighting for succession. It was then that they turned to slaving, supplying slaves to the Portuguese in Angola. This example dates from that period....

Lavishly modeled hilt with eagle pommel and cruciform guard of thick foliage and rose (?) buds. Original knuckle chain with its spring loop fasteners. Fine one piece bone grip. 30 1/4” straight broad fullered blade decorated with large leafy foliage flanking, on one side a trophy of arms with central stars & bars motif. On the other, an eagle perched on a branch with E PLURIBUS UNUM banner. ....

Revolution period C.1800-10. See Swords for Sea Service, pl.98. Brass hilt with Liberty cap pommel, flattened knuckle bow and cross guard, and broad beaded edge flattened boat form guard. Copper wire wrapped grip, twisted spiral flanked by straight filler wires, complete and original. Hilt shows good patina with considerable evidence of gold in protected areas. 28 1/4" straight broad fullered blad....

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£895 Very Scarce British Colonial Flank Company Officer´s Sword Circa 1795
Swords of the EIC British officers were often quite distinctive in their extravagant design. This rare style is typically shown in this fine sword´s copper gilt hilt. With gilt rivetted wooden grip and extremely curved, flattened side, steel blade. In 1798, Tippu Sultan ruler of Mysore formed a vague alliance with the French, which gave the British governor-general Lord Wellesley a pretext t....

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£895 Spanish Heavy Cavalry of the Line Sword 1815 Pattern [1832M]
This sword has just returned after over a year and a half at our restorers awaiting completion. It came to us, originally, in a very sorry state indeed. We have undertaken what might be called a museum conservation restoration. The natural combat service denting and misshaping we have left as is, as honest battle scars, the rest has been conserved and re-polished to remove over a century and a hal....

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£895 Most Charming American 18th Century Officers and Dueling Sword Circa 1740
Used in the Indian French War and the American War of Independence. A beautiful and historical small-sword with it´s original plain black Japanning, and a very fine trefoil colishmarde blade. Plain and serene iron hilt, in very good shape, with low pas de ane. An egg-shaped pommel which is signally elegant. It also has it´s original triple wound fine wire grip binding, mounted top and ....

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£895 18th Cent. Flintlock ´Spring Gun´, As Used At Williamsburg Va.in 1775
It was this very type of gun that was part of the cause of the American War of Independence in Virginia in June 1775 [more of that to follow later]. An intriguing man-trap curiosa in the form of a flintlock gun trap, bed into a mount of harmless looking wooden log. It would be set, seeming innocent, upon a pile of old logs, but wired up to a set of trip wires. When a non too innocent trespasser, v....

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£895 Exceptional German Officers Sword With Eagle and Swastika Hilt
Gilt hilt with all original mirror gilt remaining, Swastika and Eagle langet, made by Alcoso. Alcoso of Solingen scales logo [Alexander Coppel GmbH Dove head pommel with eagle and swastika shield shaped quillon and deluxe oak leaf backstrap. Overall in fabulous condition. The German Army (German: Heer, was the land forces component of the Wehrmacht, the German armed forces, from 1935 to 1945. The ....

£895.00 1821 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Sword

An 1821 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Sword. With single edged slightly curved pipe-back blade, double edged towards the point, etched within panels with foliage and crowned VR cypher and a family crest and moto (a folder of research accompanies this sword) regulation steel scroll hilt with wire bound fish-skin grip, in its original steel scabbard with two suspension rings.

The sword was formerly....

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£895 17th century Style Spanish Cup-Hilt Duelling Rapier
Slender thrusting blade with an offset single fuller on each side. Embossed steel cup with acanthus leaf scrolling and left and right hand gadrooning, rolled scroll edging. Long spiral writhen quillons. Wire twist grip with elaborate wire binding. Compressed, cut, cushion shaped pommel. Blade 32 inches long. 10 inches hilt width at the quillons. Made in the 19th century. Removed knuckle bow in it&....

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£895 Very Good 18th Century British Hunting Type Naval Sword By Harvey
Circa 1750, in superb condition for age. Brass hilt the sheel guard knukle bow and polished walnut wooden grip, straight armourer´s marked blade with running fox by Harvey [Samuel]. Samuel Harvey Sr. was an English sword maker that provided cutlasses to the Royal Navy from 1748 to 1778. This would make a fine premier addition to any fine collection of early Royal Navy weaponry. A most deligh....

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£895 Very Good, Victorian, Wilkinson Sword, Royal Irish Lancers Sabre
Recorded in the Wilkinson Sword Register as belonging to a 5th Lancers Officer, Basil St.john Mundy from 1882. Basil St John Mundy was born on 4 April 1862, and appointed Lieutenant in the 1st Dragoon Guards on 2 August 1882, and transferred to the 5th Lancers shortly afterwards. He was promoted to Captain in August 1887 and promoted to Major in April 1897. He qualified and was awarded the Egypt a....

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£895 Fabulous 1821 Pattern British Cavalry Officers Sabre Crimean War Period
An absolute beautiful, original, antique Victorian bright and crisp battle-cum-dress sword used by a British light cavalry, hussar and lancer officer during the Crimean War, and in the Charge of the Light Brigade period. The sword is superbly balanced in wonderful condition.It has signs of combat use but is stunningly well preserved. The very type of Hussar´s and Lancer´s sabre as used....

£895 A French Charleville ANXII pistol
A French Charleville ANXII pistol

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£895 Fine 17th C. English Hunting Sword, King William and Queen Mary Décor.
Short double fullered blade. Antler handle, brass single bar hilt with cap pommel and single ovoid guard. Blade bears two armourer´s marks. Most unusual fully pierced shell guard decorated with two stylised heads in profile, of queen Mary on one side and the king William on the other. William and Mary were the co-regnants over the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, namely the Dutch ....

1050 Euro 1833 french boarding sword
Sabre is of black painted iron in very good condition, superb blade marked and signed Chatellerault 1841, black painted leather scabbard with brass mounts

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£875 Very Good 1790´s Steel Hilted British Rifles Officer´s Sword.
All steel hilt, original deeply exaggerated curved flat sided blade, steel ´P´ hilt with original wire bound leather grip. A beautifual sword in lovely condition for age. Prior to the 1803 pattern sword, the British Light Infantry regiment´s officers of the 95th, 60th & 52nd etc. had the option to purchase and carry the standard 1796 Infantry sword, but many felt it´s blade....

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£875 Very Good German Officer´s Lion´s Head Pommel Sword, WW2 Swastika Langet
Made by Alcoso of Solingen scales logo [Alexander Coppel GmbH ]. Lion head pommel with eagle and swastika quillon. The German Army (German: Heer, was the land forces component of the Wehrmacht, the German armed forces, from 1935 to 1945. The Wehrmacht also included the Kriegsmarine (Navy) and the Luftwaffe (Air Force). During World War II, a total of about 15 million soldiers served in the German....

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£875 Very Fine & Stunning German WW2 Officers Sabre By Pack
Deluxe quality example by the firm of Ernst Pack Solingen, Ernst Pack Sohne, M.B.H, Siegfried Waffen makers logo for the deluxe products. Suppliers to officers of the Third Reich from the early 1930´s and into WW2. Very finely chiselled cast hilt depicting the spread winged German eagle holding the wreathed swastika within its claws. The German Army (German: Heer, was the land forces compone....

A very interesting example of a French Solingen made small sword, possibly a Mourning Sword, dating from the early part of the 18thCentury

77.5cm (30.5) straight double edged diamond shaped narrow blade with needle point, and deep central fuller on both sides for the first 18cm. The blade is undecorated although the inside of the fuller is engraved with letters and symbols. One set appears to....

A good example of this very rare sword to either the Scots Guards or Scots Fusiliers.

82.5cm (32.5) single fullered spear point blade, single edged except for the last 9, rounded back. The blade is plain except for the makers name, and a brass proof disc.

Brass knucklebow with regimental badge of the 3rd Scot Guards. Brass lions head pommel with short mane and brass back piece. The crossgua....

850GBP Household Cavalry Dress Sword c1840
Go to www.evenstarswords.co.uk for details.

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£845 Very Good Heer Officer´s Sabre WW2 Circa 1936
Gilt hilt with much original gilt remaining Swastika and Eagle langet, made by Alcoso. Alcoso of Solingen scales logo [Alexander Coppel GmbH Dove head pommel with eagle and swastika shield shaped quillon and deluxe oak leaf backstrap. Overall in fabulous condition. The German Army (German: Heer, was the land forces component of the Wehrmacht, the German armed forces, from 1935 to 1945. The Wehrmac....

Federal period c.1790. 24 1/8” straight s.e. blade with narrow back fuller, shows spotty dark gray patina. Brass hilt mounts with broad reversed scroll terminal guard. Faceted “cushion” form pommel and matching base ferrule to the reeded ebony grip. The pommel with eye for a chain guard no longer with it. Old worn over splinter to the grip below the pommel, otherwise hilt excellent.

33 3/4" hollow face triangular blade, unadorned as is typical for these which came into fashion at this time and remained so through the Napoleonic period. The length is exceptional indicating an owner of above average stature. Iron hilt with faceted grip, and urn form pommel. The grip, guard and pommel each with alternating circular depressions interwoven with serpentine lines of inset faceted st....

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