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£1245 Superb Regimental Sword of the 20th Hussars, With Battle Honour Blade
A fine regimental, bespoke Victorian officers cavalry hussars sword made for an officer of the 20th Hussars. used in Egypt, The Boer War in Africa, and in WWI, as part of the world renown and heroic ´Contemptible Little Army´. This sword was carried in service in the very first cavalry charge of WW1, and then, used in Turkey, during the nationalist uprising, when it was used in the las....

£1,245 French year 13 Cavalry pistol
A French year 13 Cavalry pistol. 14 ¼" overall. 8" round barrel dated 1813 at the breech, with inspector’s mark. Lockplate engraved ’Manuf Imp de Charleville’ with inspector’s mark. Throat hole cock & brass pan, regulation brass furniture with beak headed butt cap, ’S’ shaped sideplate & barrel band retained by a screw. Walnut half stock, button headed ....

This is an excellent example of a sword as carried by a cuirassier of the Thirty Years War, representing the many principalities which later united to form Germany. Essentially the heavy cavalry of the period, they were armed with pistols and swords and p... (read more)

€1500 Basque flintlock pistol, c. 1810-1820.
Description: Beautiful specimen, finely chiselled, with iron furniture and Miquelet lock. Barrel decorated with silver inlays, among which can be read the abbreviation “RADURAS” (“herraduras”, Spanish for “horseshoes”). Total Length: 18 cm. Restored belt hook. Very good conservation.

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£1195 19th Century Scottish Highlanders Basket Hilted Regimental Sword
1828 Pattern, with traditional steel basket and double edged broadsword blade. As used by an officer in, say, the Thin Red Line at Balaklava, with the Highland Brigade, in the Sutherland Highlanders, the Black Watch or the Cameron Highlanders. The Scottish regiments fought with amazing distinction, and will well reknown ferocity and gallantry throughout the British Empire not least during Queen V....

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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 1816 King George IIIrd East India Co. Flintlock Officer´s Fusil Musket
Although officers would not usually require the use of a musket in general combat service [only, more usually, officer´s pistols or a sword], some, may in certain combat circumstances have required the service of a Fusil, which was effectively a better quality, light weight musket, possibly with finer mounts or features, such as stock chequering. When one´s regular army career was over....

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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 d

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£1195 17th Lancers Officers Heavy Cavalry Sword of WW1
Fully deluxe engraved basket guard of the 1912 pattern. Apparently it was re-bladed during the reign of King George Vith at the Army Supply Stores. Typical steel scabbard, regimentally stamped for the 17th Lancers at the throat. The 17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge´s Own) was one of the great and famous cavalry regiments of the British Army. A cavalry regiment, notable for its participation i....

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

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£1175 Good British Infantry Officer´s Sword 1796 Of The Peninsular War - Waterloo
In nice order with silver wire grip, copper gilt hilt mounts and matching scabbard mounts. The mercurial gilding is all original, and, quite remarkably, over 85% complete. The grip is solid silver, multi twisted wire, and perfectly intact and sound. Double shell guard, single flattened knuckelbow and a faceted pommel. Only the blade shows it´s natural age. Used by an officer, serving under ....

BRITISH INDIA PATTERN, VOLUNTEER BROWN BESS: .75 Cal. Circa 1800. Swan neck cock. No markings on the lock-plate. Commercial Proofs on the 39 inch barrel with the initials “HN”. Dark brown patina on lock and barrel. These types of Bess’s were issued to Colonial Militia Units. VG

This rare Philadelphia cutler Frederick Widmann Type II/III eagle pommel sword dates ca.1830. This sword features all the attributes of the early Widmann swords, now justly desirable by collectors - the characteristic oversize early Widmann eagle head pommel with the laurel wreath clutched in its beak, the knuckle bow in the shape of a classical column, cockleshell quillon, scabbard engraved with ....

$1995 USD Dutch or German Walloon Sword/Scabbard, 18th C
All-steel hilt; featuring knucklebow and side guard linked
with a curving bar, decorated ensuite with double knob feature; the major bars
being attached to the spherical pommel by screws. Two side rings, each filled
with a pierced plate; integral steel grip and thumb ring on reverse. Slender
straight single-edged 31 ½" blade; possibly later than the hilt, but they have
been tog....

£1,150.00 18th Hussars Sword
A Regimental 1821 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Officers Sword of the 18th Hussars. With slightly curved etched blade cut with a long fuller along the back edge, by Henry Wilkinson No. 38511, etched with scrolls and crowned Royal cypher, and regimental badge, motto and title, regulation steel scroll hilt, wire bound fish skin grip, in its steel scabbard with two suspension rings. Dimensions:

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

This beautiful hunting sword dates from the second half of 18th century.Originally a trousse, both the fork and an the by-knife are long gone. Polished steel hilt supports the grip made out of one solid piece of beautifully carved elephant ivory. Blade is superbly etched with two hunting scenes, which run along the whole length of both sides of the blade, and feature baroque hunting scenes, which ....

This fantastic Napoleonic sword just came out of an old collection, and requires some gentle cleaning to the scabbard and the hilt. The hilt is of Rumford type, popular in Western Europe in the late 1700s, the grip is ebony. Hilts of this style were first mounted on Bavarian cavalry sword [m/1788], and later on some others. Blade is almost 90 cm long, and retains much of its original blue and gilt....

This very seldom seen type of Moore´s No.1 deringer retains about 50% of the silver-plate on the frame, barrel has vestiges of the original blueing. The 2.5" barrel is serial numbered 3307 on the bottom. The left side of the frame has a rare factory engraving of game birds [sandpipers?] in a marsh, and not the standard scrolls. The top of the frame in front of the cock is engraved with ....

Revolutionary War period. This sword was made entirely in America based on then current European styles. The brass hilt is of the English pattern with single side loop to the cross guard, a feature which Norman dates as “from about 1770 onward”. The gu... (read more)

This James Jenison & Co., Southbridge, Massachusetts underhammer percussion pistol features a rare 6" long barrel in approx. 7mm caliber. Serial number ´2´ is stamped near the percussion cap tit. Handle is beautifully mounted in bird´s eye maple, which retains all of its original lacquered finish. Pistol is in fine original condition, and the lock functions perfectly. A &ac....

1950 USD American Briquet with Baltimore style Eagle Pommel
 The brass hilt has a 2 piece cast grip with a Baltimore style eagle

Napoleonic period. 16 1/8" straight d.e. blade with broad medial fuller, mostly crisp and bright with some scattered pock marks pitting as expected for use at sea. Silver hilt with disk terminal recurved diamond shaped guard struck with a hall mark each s... (read more)

Hilt heavily overlaid with silver. The oval guard radially fluted. Quillon and knuckle bow medial with matching fluting. Grip and pommel with vertically faceted motif. 33 1/16” triangular blade decorated with lattice motif at the forte and foliage and mil... (read more)

€1400 Cavalry trooper’s sword. Spain, Carlos IV period.
Description: Iron hilt, with no ricasso, featuring a half-cup, a double knuckleguard joined by an S-shape bar, rear quillion and a full back strap fixed with a capstan rivet. Wooden grip, spirally bound with a cord and covered with leather. Straight, double-edged blade, with flattened hexagonal section up to the point. Marked on both faces with a crowned “R” and the inscription &ldquo....

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£1125 Antique Original Flintlock Holster Pistol Much Favoured by Pirates
A most attractive 18th century pistol, designed to fit in a wide belt sash, or, in a flintlock pistol bucket. A pistol with superb charm and most elegant lines. With a silver cartouch on the grip, fully floriate engraved over the lock and a stunningly floriate chisseled and engraved flared barrel. It has fairly plain steel mounts, a brass tipped ramrod, and a walnut stock. This is exactly the type....

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£1125 Very Good Spanish Flintlock Cannon Barrel Miquelet Pistol Circa 1790
An officers military style pistol, of good strong and robust quality, but with expensive features of decoration to set it apart from a more martial piece. A very nice condition large calibre belt pistol, with walnut stock, chequered butt, steel butt cap and fore end, and nicely chiselled lock. Steel belt hook. A pistol used in the Peninsular Campaign in the war with Napoleonic France. Peninsular ....

A fine example of a transitional pre regulation senior officers sword as carried during the American War of Independence. Extremely well balanced.Incorporating elements of early and later 18th century design.

32 (81cm) single edged and spear pointed spadroon style blade with a single central fuller and flat back. The steel blade has traces of foliate engraving and is inscribed on both sides w....

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£1125 German 17th Century Broadsword With Finely Engraved Mystical Symbols
Mounted with a very finely crafted cruciform Knightly style hilt, likely in the Sudan, sometime during the early 18th century. With a vellum covered wooden grip. The cruciform hilted broadswords, popular in the Sudan, were near identically based upon the swords taken from Crusaders in North Africa in 13th/14th century. The Crusader´s style of broadsword continued in use, and became quite uni....

1900 USD Import Cavalry Officer Sword with etched panel US and Eagle
Unusual enlisted pattern with officer style etched blade

This wonderful Spanish Andalusian plug bayonet dates to the late 18th-early 19th c. It measures 41 cm long overall, with a 27 cm long blade. Grip is made of horn, the swell is ivory, circumscribed horizontally, with ebony pique-work inserts. Brass ricasso plates with scalloped border hug both sides of the ricasso. Maker´s mark J*J is stamped on the back of the blade. Top of the blade is deco....

$1,900.00 USD EUROPEAN RAPIER C.1690
The rapier with single side loop was first used in the second quarter of the 17th century and remained in use through the end of the 18th century. By the last quarter of the 17th century, it was scaled to respond to evolving fencing techniques. The iron... (read more)

1,900 GBP 20 bore flintlock pistol by Tow (later Griffin & Tow) of London. C 1780.

$1,900.00 USD FRENCH SMALLSWORD C.1740-50
Iron hilt with slightly asymmetrical shell guards and large circular lower guard arms. Well pierced throughout with scrolling foliage. Fine silver wire and tape wrapped grip in fine preservation. 29 3/4" concave faced triangular blade decorated with... (read more)

$1895 USD Transitional Rapier/Smallsword, Probably Dutch, ca. 1660

Chiseled steel guard featuring asymmetrical side rings with
double knob at center; each filled with a chiseled and pierced plate. Short
quillons with large knob finials and pas d"e;ane; fluted ovoid pommel with button.
Grip wrapped with alternating single and twisted double strand brass wire;
braided iron wire turks heads top and bottom. Lens-section 32" blade w....

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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 Simply Stunning London Silver Hilted Sword of 1766, With Silver Scabbard
Superbly crafted solid London silver hilt, hallmarked to 1766, with open pierced work shell guards, multiwire silver grip, pierced silver oviod pommel, single knuckle bow, single quillon and pas dans. The whole design of the relief d

£1,100.00 Napoleonic all brass Continental Naval officers Flintlock Blunderbuss Pistol. Circa 1803-1815. Ref 6485
A rare all brass Napoleonic Continental Naval officers Flintlock Blunderbuss pistol. Circa 1803-1815. The brass barrel at the muzzle swelling out to a size of around .75 inches. The side plates marked "CORBUSIER" to one side and "LIEGE" to the other side. Sliding top safety catch. An excellent example of the type of weapon carried by a gentleman naval officer during the period....

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

Pattern based on the British 1804naval cutlass with figure eight guard and cylindrical iron grip. 28 1/2" straight s.e. blade struck with a star on the right side. Stable black oxidation overall. Guard edge with a small nick and the blade with some shallo... (read more)

€1350 Light Cavalry Trooper’s sabre, Model An XI. France, Napoleonic period.
Description: Brass hilt, featuring knuckleguard marked “VERSAILLES” (partially worn), two side bars, rear quillion, langets and full backstrap. Leather-covered wooden grip with a brass oval on one side (the one on the reverse is missing). Broad blade, with wide fuller up to near the point. Square back, marked "Manufacture de Solingen K.S. & C" (Kirschbaum, Schimmelbusch &....

1850 USD Militia Officer, Helmet pommel, Eagle guard, MOP grip
Knight head pommel, Mother of Pearl grips raised eagle guard

20 1/2" heavy wedge section blade with narrow back fuller. Iron hilt with single scalloped edge side loop with pierced plate to the guard, very delicately pierced and completely undamaged. Matching scalloped knuckle bow and down turned quillon. Ovoid pomm... (read more)

Emulating the fashion which swept across Europe in the late 17th century. Evidently of limited popularity in America as examples are very rare. This one, post dates the European fashion by a few years as expected and embraced the French taste. Cruciform,... (read more)

This fighting sword draws its fulsome proportions from the leading Italian sword manufacturing center of the period, Brescia. The bronze hilt was silvered overall and retains considerable silver. It was cast and hand chiseled in a matrix of diamonds which... (read more)

1850 USD Medical Staff Officer / Surgeon Model 1840-Horstmann
 Model 1840 Medical Staff Officer / Surgeons sword

1850 USD M 1840 Cavalry Saber for Mass.- Ames, dated 1851
   M 1840 Cavalry Saber - Ames - Massachusetts Marked

€1300 Dragoon Officer’s sword. Spain, 2nd half of the 18th c.
Description: Brass hilt, with the particular combination of a boat-shell guard and a sail-type knuckleguard that is characteristic of this kind of sword. Wooden grip carved with spiral fluting. Straight blade, marked at the beginning of one of the fullers with “CLOSAS” and with the arrow hallmark of Barcelona’s Daggermakers Guild.

Conservation: The grip’s leather cover ....

1,300 GBP large smallsword style silver hilted rapier
With a boat shaped guard and attractive scroll
work on the guard, grip and knucklebow. Blade blued and guilded in the
Continental fashion. Origins unknown but looks to have been made in the 19th
Century. Length: 43 inches overall. Blade: 36ins.

This sword dates to the middle of the 18th c., and could be further and more precisely dated by investigating the silver assay and maker´s marks located on the inside of the shell guard. The hilt is sterling silver, nicely cast and beautifully pierced, Paris-hallmarked on the inside of the guard. Silver-work is quite excellent, with detailed medallions depicting the allegories of the arts a....

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