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£1,295.00 NAPOLEONIC WARS ERA British 1796 Pattern Officer’s Quality Light Cavalry Sabre With Gilt & Etched Blade & Scabbard. Sn 14016 -
The Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Sabre was used primarily by British Light Dragoons and Hussars during the Napoleonic Wars. The blade is remembered today as one of the best of its time and has been described as the finest cutting sword ever manufactured in quantity. Officers of the famous 95th Rifles, Light Infantry Regiments and the "flank" Companies of Line Regiments adopted these Swords....

1,290 GBP English cut steel smallsword c.1780
in its original scabbard with loose rings, belt hanger
and silver bound grip. Undecipherable name on scabbard locket.

1.550 euro very nice antique 18th Century French Flintlock Pistol by Bertrand Retoucere a Orihat
A very nice antique 18th Century French Flintlock Pistol by Bertrand Retoucere a Orihat, caliber 13 mm,length 29 cm, in very good condition. Price 1.550 euro

£1,275.00 MINT WW1 GALLIPOLI, British 1911 Dated 1st Pattern Hook Quillion P1907 Bayonet Regiment Marked ‘4 SWB’ To The 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers, 1st Type Scabbard & 1915 Dated 1914 Pattern Leather Frog By Beckworth C&M. Sn 12961 -
The Famous Gallipoli Campaign, took place on the Gallipoli peninsula (Gelibolu in modern Turkey) in the Ottoman Empire between 25 April 1915 and 9 January 1916. The campaign resulted in massive loss of lives and casualties for British and allied forces. The South Wales Borderers took part in the campaign and the 4th Battalion lost 400 Officers and men out of 775 that landed at Gallipoli. The Batta....

££1275 British Infantry Light Company Officers 1796 Pattern Sword with Blue & Gilt Blade

A British Infantry Light Company 1796 Pattern Officers sword variant with blue & gilt blade. The hilt is of typical stirrup form, of brass, as are the scabbard mounts. The scabbard is of blackened leather.
On each side of the blade the blued and gilt designs are in excess of 90% intact and clear. The outer side of the blade is patterned in three sections. Nearest the hilt is ....

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£1275 17th Century English Transitional Walloon Sword Likely of An Admiral.
A near pair to a sword carried by Vice Admiral Sir Christopher Myngs and possibly by the same maker. In very nice overall condition with a signed double edged armourer´s marked blade by Hn.Vincent. Cast bronze hilt beautifully relief decorated with cornucopia and seated figures bearing baskets of fruit. A most beautiful sword made in the mid 17th century during the reign of King Charles and ....

££1275 Early 18th Century Silver Hilted Small Sword With Maker’s Mark of Joseph Reason

An early 18th century English silver hilted small sword. The makers mark applied to the pommel button is IR, most likely for Joseph Reason, a free cutler and hilt maker working in Burleigh Street, The Strand, London, who had two silversmith's marks recorded in 1697 and 1720. This mark, now worn at the base, seems to be the 1697 mark.
This sword is of plain early form and in good con....

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£1275 1745 50th ´Shirleys´ Regt. Of Foot Long Land Brown Bess Bayonet
A fabulous early pattern Brown Bess bayonet in stunning condition. A bayonet for a regiment with extraordinary history, ranging from combat against the French and their American Indian allies in the Americas, including, much of the regiment´s heinous massacre by the Native American Indian allies of General Montcalm, after the capture of Fort William Henry in 1757, to their service against Na....

£1,275.00 C1800 British Yeomanry Officer’s Private Purchase .750 Bore Light Dragoon Flintlock Pistol By Spencer. Sn 13910. -
This is a Private Purchase .750 Bore Light Dragoon Flintlock Pistol privately commissioned most likely by a British Yeomanry Cavalry Officer C1800. It is 15 ½” overall length. The lock plate is engraved by the manufacturer ‘Spencer’ (there are many gunsmiths named Spencer recorded as working in the 1700’s & 1800’s both in London & the Provinces). It has brass furnit....

£1,275.00 C1830 English, Simmons Of London, 20 Bore Flintlock Pistol. Sn 13911 -
This is an excellent 20 Bore Flintlock Pistol. It is 14 ½” overall with a steel 9" browned steel barrel. The smoothbore is clean.It has a border engraved stepped lock and swan neck hammer fitted with flint. The lock plate is crisply engraved ’Simmons’ (most likely William Simmons Gunsmith recorded in 1836 as having premises at Chamber Street London (see page 203 of Briti....

£1,275.00 Original Polish HIGH GRADE, WW2 Japanese Officer’s Seki Arsenal Showa-To Shin-Gunto Sword Signed Tang ‘KOJIMA KUNI FUSA (Sword Smith Working In Seki Mino Province, Real Name Kojima Yuzo) With Rare Military Iron Tsuba & Scabbard With Field Comba
This is an original condition as found, original WW2 Japanese Officers Shin-Gunto sword & scabbard. The sword has a fish skin handle bound with cord. It has its original copper and brass fittings including floral menuki. Unusually it is also fitted with a rare Iron military tsuba which are usually made of brass. The tang is signed on one side with Japanese script characters ‘KOJIMA KUNI FUS....

1751 pattern Peterson #2, Neumann 19.S and inextricably embedded in American history having served through the French & Indian War as well as the Revolution. Standard pattern with bronze (“brass”) hilt and 25” curved, narrow fullered blade marked THOs GRAVE(S) at the forte. We find no record of Thomas Graves as a sword cutler. Sir Thomas Graves was Commodore-Governor of Newfoundland in 1....

This sword is from a documented group, of which examples in literature are specifically dated 1700-05 (Neumann 86.S, Annis #5&6, A & M #3-4). All references identify them as as carried by English Naval officers. This example and Annis #5 both bear the crowned face maker's mark and all are almost certainly English made. The time was the War of Spanish Succession (1701-15) which attemp....

1,675.00 USD Served British cavalry in the French & Indian Wars as well as the Revolution!  ENGLISH CAVALRY TROOPER’S SWORD C.1750
Irish hilt form with 3/4 basket guard of flat bars with small scroll quillon. Bun form pommel. Black leather covered spirally grooved grip. 33 5/8” broad and narrow fullered s.e. blade with long false edge. Hilt and blade with old stable brown rust overall with surface degradation of various degrees. The blade length is indicative of an early example for these. See Neumann 265.S.


££1250 Late 17th Century English Brass Hilted Officers Sword

An attractive and functional late 17th century brass hilted English Officers sword. The hilt is formed with two moulded shell guards infilled with shallow brass plates with attractive foliate rosettes centred on the tang aperture on both upper and lower surfaces. The shell guards have moulded fluted borders same in style to the fluted the knuckle bow, pommel base, ricasso, pas d'ane rin....

£1250.00 H.W. Mortimer Pistol

A 12-Bore Percussion Officers Pistol by H.W. Mortimer & Son. With browned octagonal sighted barrel, engraved W Mortimer & Son London Gun Maker To His Majesty foliate engraved tang incorporating back-sight, border engraved lock decorated with sprays of foliage and signed H.W. Mortimer & Son, converted from flint to percussion, full stocked in walnut cut with intricate chequering at th....

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£1250 Good, Scarce, German 14th Kavallerie Regimental Sword and Knot
Used in WW2. Fully etched blade with full regimental name of the 14th Kavellerie and an etched panel of a cavalry charge, with all the troop wearing steel combat helmets. Steel p hilt black celluliod grip with wire binding. Black painted steel scabbard. The same type of sword worn by General der Kavallerie Edwin Graf von Rothkirch und Trach, who joined the 14th Kavellrie, aged 42, in 1930, as a ma....

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£1250 Fine Bladed Shingunto Officer´s Sword Signed, Fully Polished Blade.
Fully combat covered in leather over wooden mounts. Brass tsuba of chrysanthemum type. Wonderful blade with undulating midare hamon. A WW2 tradfitional officers sword used in the Japanese Islands and surrendered in 1945. Japan launched a surprise attack on the United States Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941. The attack severely damaged the American fleet and prevented, at ....

An important example of an early Light Infantry Officers sword with a Talisman decorated blade and possibly the owners initials, which also appears to be marked to one of Britains most famous regiments during the American War of Independence, and the Peninsular War.

76cm (30) slightly curved single fullered blade with flat back and hatchet point. The blade is single edged except for the las....

A rare and very unique sword with an outstanding blade and interesting connections to the Singapore Volunteer Artillery and the Clan MacDonald of Sleat made for the coronation of Edward VII

84cm (33) straight single fullered blade with flat back and spear point. The blade is single edged except for the last 6. The blade is etched on the one side with the crowned royal coat of arms in a gart....

Pattern which served through most of the Napoleonic period and at Waterloo. 37 1/2” double fullered straight blade with ordnance/inspection marks at the forte. The back inscribed Mfture Imple du Klinegenthal octobre 1813. Large bronze hilt with triple scroll terminal side bars. The knuckle bow with ordnance marks and serial or issue number. Wire wrapped leather covered grip. The first inch of th....

1.500 euro very nice antique 19th century British East India Company Pattern Flintlock Pistol
A very nice antique 19th century British East India Company Pattern Flintlock Pistol, caliber 17 mm, length 40 cm, in very good condition. Price 1.500 euro

1,600 GBP 15 bore officer's pistol by W. Jackson with roller frizzen and captive rammer.
In very good condition with rebrowned barrel
and some colour on the lock plate. C 1830. William Jackson worked for John
Manton from 1812 and was the successor in business to George Jackson of 15,
White Hart Yard, Drury Lane in 1829.

£1,200.00 MATCHING NUMBERS & DATES,WW1 1909 Dated 1st Pattern Enfield (EFD), Hook Quillion P1907 Bayonet Regiment Marked ’KRR’ To The King’s Royal Rifles Corps, 1st Type 1909 Dated WD Scabbard By HGR & 1908 Pattern Webbing Frog. Sn 12679 -
The British King’s Royal Rifles Corps were raised in the American colonies in 1756 as the 62nd (Royal American) Regiment to defend the thirteen colonies against attack by the French and their Native American allies. In the First World War the KRR was expanded to twenty-eight battalions and saw much action on the Western Front, Macedonia and Italy with sixty battle honours awarded. 12,840 men....

£1,200.00 Durs Egg London C 1772, English .80" Bore Percussion Duelling Pistol (Converted From Flintlock). Sn 8876 -
Durs Egg (1748–1831) was a Swiss-born British gunmaker, noted for his flintlock pistols and for his company’s production of the Ferguson rifle. Egg was apprenticed in Solothurn and Paris before establishing his own business in London in 1772. He was a contemporary of Joseph Manton, Jean Samuel Pauly and the uncle of Joseph Egg. This is an excellent .80" Bore, English Percussion Due....

£1,200.00 HI GRADE SHOWA, Early WW2 Japanese Officer’s Sword Tang Signed ’NOSHU (Province) SEKI (City) MAYE GAWA (Family Name) KANETSUGU (Smith)’ & Scabbard. Sn 14062 -
This is an excellent, original WW2 Japanese Officers sword & scabbard. The sword has a fish skin handle bound with cord. It has its original copper and brass and floral menuki. The pommel has its original hanging ring. The tang is signed with Japanese script characters identifying the sword smith and the family for which the sword was made ’NOSHU (Province) SEKI (City) MAYE GAWA (Family Name....

£1,195 An uncommon Household CavalryTrooper’s sword
An uncommon Household CavalryTrooper’s sword

An uncommon Household CavalryTrooper’s sword, pattern 1892. 41 ¼" overall with 34 1/2" slightly curved blade with broad fuller and spear point. Blade stamped ’WSC’ and ’45’with broad arrow and inspectors marks. Pierced steel bowl guard with entwined ’HC’ and George VI crown with h....

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£1195 Superb 1796 Blue and Gilt Infantry Officer´s Sword
With copper gilt hilt, silver wire grip and fully engraved blade with King George IIIrd cypher with good remaining amounts of the finest blue and gilt décor. Used during the Peninsular War in Spain, the American War in 1812, and the Battle of Waterloo era. Quite a few examples survive till today of this pattern of sword from this era, but, very few indeed survive in good condition, with a lot....

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£1195 Very Fine Regimental 27th Foot [Inniskillings] Land Pattern Bess Bayonet
These original Land pattern Brown Bess socket bayonets are now as rare as hen´s teeth. The 1st Land pattern Bess is now a rare and beautiful gun that can command 5 figure sums to acquire, so it´s bayonet, that is just as historical and collectable, is a very affordable option by comparison. A Mid 18th century Land Pattern ´Brown Bess´ Bayonet. 21.5 inches long, approx. 17 i....

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£1195 Regimental 1853 Pat. Trooper´s 6th Dragoon´s Sword Of the Crimean War
A good regimentally marked sword from B troop the 6th Dragoons. It is a British 1853 pattern ´Heavy & Light Cavalry Sabre´ in original steel battle scabbard. The 6th Dragoon´s one of the great heavy cavalry regiments of the British Army. ´The Inniskillins´, as the regiment was known, took part in the Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Crimea. The lesser known, but muc....

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£1195 Good and Sound, Untouched in 200 Years, 1796 British Officer´s Sabre
A Light Infantry Company Officer´s sword. Based on the 1796 Light Dragoon sabre, but slightly shorter for foot combat efficiency. During the Peninsular War officer´s assigned to the Light companies often felt they required a better sword than the thin, straight bladed, standard 1796 infantry officer´s sword prevalent at the time. Thus have a sword custom made, based on the blade ....

£1,195.00 WW2 Showa Period Japanese Officer’s Gendiato Sword With Hand Forged Blade, Sword Smith Signed Tang ‘Seki Ju Kane Mitsu’ & Scabbard With Field Combat Cover. Sn 13880 -
This is a very good Showa Period Japanese Officers Sword & scabbard. The sword has a fish skin handle bound with brown cord. It has its original copper and brass fittings including tsuba and floral menuki. The pommel is holed for lanyard ring. The tang is crisply signed with Japanese script on one side ’Seki Ju Kane Mitsu’ (illustrated in image 2). There are at least 5 references to thi....

Late 18th century. Styling influenced by Ottoman swords, with 28” curved slightly rounded faced blade, evidently remounted from an Indopersian shamshir and possibly watered steel. Silvered hilt with large hand engraved splay of arms, flags and shields each side. Considerable original heavy silver overlay remaining. Probably Hungarian serving in the defense against the Turks with which the fronti....

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£1175 Superb, Ching Dynasty, Chinese Pirates Sword With Armour Piercing Blade
With brass guard, cross-hatched carved hardwood grip and a most substantial and very powerful wedge shaped armour piercing blade in fantastic condition bearing just surface rust, almost an incredible half inch thick at the forte of the blade. There is no Chinese armour or chain mail that this blade could not penetrate with the skill of the best swordsman. Circa 1800, In it´s original hard le....

£1,175.00 Victorian, 1844 English Enfield Tower Short Sea Service Customs/ Revenue .550 Bore Percussion Pistol Weapon Number 12 Converted from Flintlock With Captive Ram Rod & Belt Bar. Sn 14060 -
This is an excellent original Victorian, Short Sea Service Customs / Revenue percussion pistol by Enfield. It is 12” overall length with a 6 inch barrel which is .550" smooth bore. The bore is clean with no pitting. The Walnut stock is a nice deep brown with brass furniture & is undamaged with just the bumps & bruises to be expected. It has its original captive ram rod & the barrel has c....

1.400 euro very nice Antique 17th Century Dutch Small Sword by JOHANNIS HENCKELS (Solingen)
A very nice Antique 17th Century Dutch Small Sword by JOHANNIS HENCKELS (Solingen), length 102 cm, in very good condition. Price 1.400 euro

£1150.00 Flintlock Tap-Action Pistol
New item, description to follow.

£1,150 Dutch hanger
A Dutch hanger

A Dutch hanger 32&157; long, 26 1/2&157; curved blade with single narrow fuller. Pierced shell guard, 2 bar hilt with globular pommel, wooden grip with 2 brass ferrules and very unusually with its original leather scabbard.
Sword blade with old salt and pepper pitting, wire grip lacking, wooden grip split. Scabbard in very good condition for age, leather still stiff, small hole....

£1150.00 Basket Hilted Sword

1828/65 Patt. GV. BASKET HILTED BROADSWORD to the GORDON HIGHLANDERS by Wilkinson No.45424 (1914-15). The etched blade bears the insignia of the GORD. HIGHS. Retained in its brown leather field scabbard with plated steel chape.

Blade Length: 82 cm (32.28 Inches)
Overall Length: 100 cm (39.37 Inches)

£1,145 A 3 Bar Royal Artillery officers sword
A 3 Bar Royal Artillery officers sword

1475 pounds WW2 Japanese Pilot´s Aikuchi (Kamikaze Dagger ⁄ Dirk ⁄ Knife)
The legendary kamikaze (divine wind) special attack corps was formed from volunteer piolts who deliberately crashed their planes or Okhas (piloted bombs) into enemy shipping. The first operational attack occured on 25 October 1944 and continued until their suspension before the surrender. The overall military effect was minimal but¸despite high Japanese losses¸ they achieved great psyc....

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£1100 Very Good & Beautiful British 1796 Infantry Sword Named To The Officer
Named to Lieutenant Edgecombe, with his regiment, the West Kent. This is a superb sword with an ancestral back sword blade from a Highland regimental sword of the 1750´s, made by Drury. The gilt on this sword is very good indeed, and the blade is GR Drury stamped on both blade faces. One may assume it was carried by his father and/or grandfather in his military service in a Highland regiment....

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£1100 Superb Pair of Original Wilkinson Sword Cutlasses Presentation Mounted
Antique original sailor´s hand to hand combat cutlasses made for the Royal Navy in the late Victorian period in 1900 from the days of sail and dreadnoughts. Each is Wilkinson sword marked and ordnance inspected and stamped in 1900. Used on the Royal Navy´s ships of the line until at least 1949. placed into War Dept. storage after WW2. They were then sold by the Ministry of Defence in a....

Gilt hilt with raided edge dish shaped guard supporting the ball terminal cross guard. Flattened knuckle bow secured to the pommel with a screw. The hilt with most of its original fire gilt intact. 33 3/4” flattened diamond section blade. Swords of this form were used for dueling as well as defense in the streets. See European Weapons and Armour, Oakeshott, pl. 21b for another example.

English inspired with distinct American styling. Scalloped edge oval guard set with six faceted stud clusters. Slender elements with faceted grip and urn form pommel. A little very superficial staining but near all original blue turned to brown, to the hilt. 32 3/4" hollow face triangular blade with etched and gilt ripple edged panel Wells & Co New York at the forte with two large flowers oppo....

£1,095 East India Company cavalry pistol.
East India Company cavalry pistol.

1,385.00 USD DUTCH CUTLASS C.1775
See Swords for Sea Service, Pl.118 for a similar, naval issue example. Brass hilt with two side bars and knuckle bow secured to the pommel with a screw. Wire wrapped leather covered grip. 26 1/2" curved narrow fullered blade produced in Germany and exported throughout Europe for nearly a century. They were used for an extensive array of swords from the British M.1742 and M.1752 hangers, to civilia....

£1,045 . Pattern 1796 light cavalry officer&#acute;s sword
. Pattern 1796 light cavalry officer&#acute;s sword

A  Pattern 1796 light cavalry officer&#acute;s sword with curved fullered  blade 39 1/2&157; overall, 35" fullered blade engraved with trophy of Arms and Crown GR. D shape knucklebow Hilt domed pommel  In it original scabbard
Good condition
Images courtesy of West Street Antique....

Dating to the War of Spanish Succession which was manifest in North America as Queen Annes War involving French forces from Canada warring with English/American in the northeast coastal regions. As well, Spanish Florida, fought the English colony of Carolina. A new sword style gained popularity and as a result of the success of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, became known as the Marlborough p....

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