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£275 1842 Swiss Sharpshooters Sword
Wooden grip with six brass rivets. Single edged blade made by Horster of Solingen. Carried by the Swiss Infantry sharpshooters.

£275 BRITISH 1860 VOLUNTEER SWORD BAYONET
22.75 (57.8) Yataghan shaped steel blade with flat back. Single fuller with spear point. The blade bears the Knights Helm mark of Kirschbaum.

Flat crosspiece with, downward curved round quillon. Bar on barrel 20.7mm Muzzle Ring. Black chequered leather grips fixed with metal studs. Screw fixing for spring. Stamped 69 on the pommel. No lead to mortise slot for sword bar. (See British & Common....


£275 BRITISH 1876 MARTINI HENRY SOCKET BAYONET
51 cm (21.7) triangular steel blade with needle point 76mm (3) Socket with MRD of 18.3mm.` The blade is stamped with WD and inspection marks, R, and numbered 413

Maker: Roe

Dated: 1876 1893

Original Mark II Black leather scabbard with brass mounts. There are WD and inspection marks on the brasswork. Later white leather frog.

The bayonet and scabbard are in very good condition for their ag....


£275 ITALIAN MODEL 1834 INFANTRY HANGER
59cm (23.25) slightly curved unfullered blade with hatchet point. The blade has been sharpened for combat purposes and is double edged for the last 4. The side of the blade is stamped MA and G

Solid brass stirrup hilt with ribbed guard and prominent domed pommel. Single rear facing quillon. The hilt is stamped MA on the crossguard and with a crown symbol.

Maker: Probably German made in Solinge....


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£265 Scarce Swiss 1842 Briquet Man´s Sword of The Guard Regt´s
A very rarely seen sword in the UK, The US and Europe, the Swiss briquet sidearm. It is based on the Franco-Prussian version, and similarly mostly made in Solingen Prussia, and imported to Switzerland in the early 19th century. Marked on the hilt J.P.Stacklj. No scabbard

$495.00 CAD BRITISH LIGHT DRAGOON FLINTLOCK PISTOL
BRITISH LIGHT DRAGOON FLINTLOCK PISTOL: .65 Cal. Original lock (replaced main spring) and barrel. The rest of the gun is from a kit, excellently put together.
$495.00SOLD

$450.00 FOR SALE:1796 BRITISH INFANTRY OFFICER SWORD!
I have a very nice British 1796 officers sword. It is tight¸ the hinged guard still works nicely and doesn´t flop about. The blade has a lovely salt and pepper finish on it but has very little pitting except for a few small spots. The grip is silver foil over wood with some peeling. There is still some gold wash on it which is why the hilt looks so bright in the photos. The sword is so....

$485.00 CAD IMPERIAL GERMAN M.1811
IMPERIAL GERMAN M.1811 "BLUCHER SABEL": Date of Manufacture 1885. Re-issued for the Weimer Republic Period 1919-1933. Almost all weapons from this period are dated 1920 when Germany re-armed. No new weapons manufactured during this period. Older weapons were re-issued and dated 1920. The back side of the throat of the scabbard shows where the Imperial Regimental stamps have been blocked ....

330 Euros XIXth Cent.Light infantry German
Nice item with black wooden handle with brass ferrule and pommel.



The straight brass crossguard has acorn ends.



The one edged straight blade is spare pointed and is rust free.



Slight shake on the mount.



No scabbard.



Total length:-57 cm



Blade length:-44¸5 cm


£250 BRITISH 1903 PATTERN SWORD BAYONET
30.3cm (12) straight blade with spear point and medial ridge. The blade stamped ER 1903 makers name and various inspection marks

Two piece wooden hilt fixed with two bolts. The pommel marked 3 CL 523 (Probably the County Clare Regiment of Militia)

Maker: Wilkinson

Dated: c1903

1903 model black leather scabbard with internal metal chape. The leather marked on the back EFD 03

The bayonet a....


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£245 18th Century Small Sword Rapier. A Long, Boot or Cloak Sword
Cast brass hilt with relief figural decoration, and hawthorn wood grip. Steel rapier blade with engraving and deep fuller. No knuckle bow or guard. No scabbard. Circa 1750. The knuckle bow and guard have been purposefully removed and the hilt re-attached. We had one quite similar, around 20 years ago, which came with an old article from a Connoisseur journal, It described, what was called, a boot ....

$450.00 CAD U.S. M.1906 CAVALRY TROOPER
U.S. M.1906 CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD: Maker: Ames. Iron hilt with wire-wrapped leather grip is excellent. Excellent blade with some light stains. Stampings on the ricasso are sharp and clear. "35" stamped on knuckle guard.
$450.00

$450.00 CAD P.1860 SWORD BAYONET
P.1860 SWORD BAYONET: Maker: Bleckmann of Solingen, with Enfield Inspector’s stamp. Excellent grips and blade. Complete with original black leather frog for Rifle Regiments for the P.1856 and P.1858 Short Rifles. Also used on the Snider Short Rifle. (BCB-B153) EXC.
$450.00

$450.00 CAD BRITISH P.1896 MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY SWORD
BRITISH P.1896 MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY SWORD: Ricasso stamped "I.S.D." Broad Arrow (India Stores Department) British made for use in India. All steel hilt. There is a "C" stamped on the knuckle bow, over "AC" over "RHA" over "7". The iron grip is reminiscent of the Naval Cutlass. The entire piece is covered with medium salt air pitting which leaves a ve....

$450.00  CAD BRITISH P.1853 EXPORT TROOPER
BRITISH P.1853 EXPORT TROOPER'S SWORD: No markings anywhere on the sword or scabbard. The 35 ¼ inch blade is excellent and is unique in that the fullers run right through to the hilt. The leather grips are very good. The scabbard has some holes repaired by braising; these are very old repairs. This is the type of sword that could have been exported to the
U.S. for the Civil Wa....

$450.00 CAD U.S. M.1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER
U.S. M.1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER'S SWORD: Retailer: "C.F. FOSTER, SON & CO. CHICAGO" etched on the right
ricasso. Lovely bright blade with "US" and Military Trophies and foliate patterns on the left side. The right with the American Eagle, trophies and foliate patterns. Brass hilt with American Eagle on the guard. The name of the owner is scratched under....

$450.00 CAD IMPERIAL GERMAN INFANTRY OFFICER’S SWORD
IMPERIAL GERMAN INFANTRY OFFICER’S SWORD. Circa 1880. Solid brass hilt with silver wire wrapping. Etched blade is very clean; however, the etching is clear but very light. Brass mounted black leather scabbard is
V.G. V.G.
$450.00

$450.00  CAD INDIAN TULWAR
INDIAN TULWAR: Circa 1840-1850. Maker's stamp under right langet. The 30 inch blade has some light to medium pitting. The ENGRAVED HILT IS SILVER PLATED. Much of the silver plating is still present. From the Indian Mutiny period. TIRRI page 327. VG
$450.00

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£235 Good War Merit Cross With Swords First Class
Wide pin fixing, Alloy metal in good order. One of the highest awards for officer´s, just under the Knights Cross award. With relief Swastika between the cross and swords. A medal for bravery when in military and maritime service but not necessarily when facing the enemy. For example, awarded for rescuing wounded in minefields, rescuing men from sinking ships, bomb disposal, or bravery durin....

$425.00 CAD P. 1837 BRUNSWICK SWORD BAYONET
P. 1837 BRUNSWICK SWORD BAYONET: Dated “ENFIELD 1846” VG+ (BCB-B112)
$425.00SOLD

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£225 German Machinegunners Bayonet; Seitengewehr fur Machinegewher-Schutzen
or Kurzes´ Seitengewehr 98. The short close combat type bladed knives used by German MachineGunners and then provided as privately-purchased bayonets [reference; The A to Z of Bayonets K: Karabiner 98 by Graham Priest]. This is a very nice example with most of the original plating to the hilt remaining made by Bredthauer of Braunschweig

£225 A British yataghan bladed bayonet
A British yataghan bladed bayonet.
28 ¼" overall, 23" curved fullered blade. No visible marks.
Riveted leather grip in its original iron mounted black leather scabbard.
For 2 band Enfield rifles.
Circa 1860
Condition:  Sleepy condition, would benefit from a good clean.

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£220 Imperial German Great War Artillery Officer´s Sword
Traditional lion´s head pommel hilt in the Nemean form. Langet with crossed cannon barrels. A very attractive sword with a fine quality hilt. Blade very age dirty very likely fully etched.

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£210 Rare German Occupation Of Czechoslovakia, Sudetanland K98 Bayonet
Pre war German made bayonet by J.Sch dated 1937, with Czech made bayonet frog with D.Berkovice maker mark by F.Franek and pre war Czech lion stamp. Wooden grip steel mounts and scabbard. The German occupation of Czechoslovakia (1938

$395.00 CAD P.1856 VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY SWORD BAYONET
P.1856 VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY SWORD BAYONET: These were used on the artillery carbine and the Sgt’s Short Rifle P.1856. Maker: “CHAVASSE”. Also “ROE” stamped on the back edge. These were also exported to the U.S. for the Civil War, Chavasse was an exporter to the U.S. as well as making bayonets for British Volunteer Units. (BCB-B150). Also European Bayonets of the Americ....

$385.00 CAD BRITISH P.1899 CAVALRY TROOPER
BRITISH P.1899 CAVALRY TROOPER'S PRACTICE SWORD: The guard is stamped "5L" (5th Royal Irish Lancers). The scabbard is stamped "OTC" (Officer's Training Corps) "OX" (Oxford) and dated 1909. The blade is made by Wilkinson and dated AUG 1901. 32 ½ inch blade with rounded tip. These issue Pattern Troopers Swords were re-cycled from damaged or obsolete patte....

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£200 Elegant Mahdist Sudanese Dagger or Short Sword
14 inch double edged blade with delicate stipple banded edges and medial ridge. Elongated grip in two stages for two hand use. Grip wrap and scabbard of maroon red and brown leather with black borders and bands. The scabbard with lineal tooled decoration and white leather bands and tassel. Unusually complete with belt loop and attached grip securing band. Well preserved English trophy of the ....

£200 BRITISH 1895 MARTINI ENFIELD SOCKET BAYONET - CITADEL ARSENAL
21.5 (55cm) triangular needle point blade. An rarer conversion from a Martini Henry bayonet where the bottom of the ring has been removed to allow for the higher foresight on the Martini Enfield rifle. Egyptian markings on the blader 7 V. See British & Commonwealth Bayonets P378

Steel socket

Maker: Enfield

Date: 1895 - 1902

Mark 11 Black leather scabbard with brass mounts with WD and E....


$375.00 CAD EUROPEAN CAVALRY TROOPER
EUROPEAN CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD: Circa 1850. Iron hilt, wire-bound fish-skin grip is excellent. Bright blade has some very fine pitting. Iron scabbard bears the only marks on this piece, they appear to be Regimental marks "A.62" & "46". VG to VG+
$375.00

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£195 18th Century Turkish, Bone Hilted Kindjal Short Sword
The blade has traces of a complex etched design that may include Islamic script. Carved bone hilt with single silver leaf and nail stud.

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£195 Very Good Scarce 1867 Remington Rolling Block Rifle Sword-Bayonet
A scarce made bayonet for the Remington Rifle, usually made in Germany for the foreign contracts. In excellent condition, brass hilt and all steel scabbard, yataghan blade with maker´s mark. Remington rolling block rifles were produced as military muskets and carbines as well as for civilian use, and were adopted by many countries. These included the U.S. (first by the Navy in 1867 and later....

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£195 Very Good American WW1 Winchester Sword Bayonet With Army Grenade Mark
Dated pattern 1917. An absolute beauty! Big Winchester W trade mark and date, plus US Army flaming grenade. Jewell made scabbard with leather frog mount combined with the double hooks. With twin cuts in the wood grip added to differentiate for British forces that it was the American bayonet and not a British Wilkinson. The M1917 bayonet was designed to be used with the US M1917 Enfield .30 calibre....

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£195 Scarce, Italian 1938 ´Non-Folding´ Folding Bayonet.
With original frog mount and a lot of original blueing. In pretty much sleeper condition. A nice and pretty unusual bayonet used by the Italian Fascists in WW2 and some by the Third Reich on the imported guns from Italy.It was initially designed as a folding bayonet but the action proved to have a weakness so it was adapted and strengthened by making it non-folding knife which in fact made it more....

£195 BRITISH 1907 PATTERN WW1 1918 SANDERSON BAYONET EAST SURREY
17 (43cm) steel blade with a deep fuller on each side. The ricasso stamped Sanderson and Crown GR together with reissue and inspection marks.

The hilt is in a clean condition and the wooden grips are both intact.

The pommel is stamped 2/6 ESR and T and numbered 482.

Maker: Sanderson

Dated: July 1915

Black leather No 2 Mk 1 scabbard, with steel chape and locket.

The blade is in very goo....


$350.00 CAD BRITISH P.1821 LIGHT CAVALRY TROOPER
BRITISH P.1821 LIGHT CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD: Issued to the 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales" Own). Maker: W.L. & H. SARGANT (1838-39). This is the model carried by the Light Brigade during the Crimean War. The guard is stamped "X" over "RH" over "270". The ricasso is stamped "WS

$350.00 CAD BRITISH P.1821 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER
BRITISH P.1821 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD: Wire-bound leather grip is excellent. The 35 ½ inch blade has an etched panel on each side bearing the Cypher of William IV (1830-1837) with light to medium pitting overall. Robson #78
$350.00

$350.00 CAD BRITISH P.1885 CAVALRY TROOPER
BRITISH P.1885 CAVALRY TROOPER'S PRACTICE SWORD: Maker MOLE. Birmingham Proofs. 33 ½ inch blade. Rounded tip, some small nicks on the edge. Leather grips are excellent. The guard is stamped to the 18th Hussars with issue stamps of June 1926
(cancelled) and Nov. 1927. These issue Pattern Troopers Swords were re-cycled from damaged or obsolete patterns and used for training. ROB....

$350.00 CAD P.1856/58 VOLUNTEER SWORD BAYONET
P.1856/58 VOLUNTEER SWORD BAYONET: Maker: J.E. Bleckmann of Solingen for the P.1856 and P.1858 Short Rifles. Also used on the Snider Short Rifle. His trade mark of a bow, although faint, can still be seen. Interestingly, the bow is inlaid in gold or brass. Some scratches on the blade with some staining. Bleckmann was also an Exporter to the U.S. for the Civil War, see Pg. 63 of European Bayonets o....

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£175 French 1892 WW1 Manlicher Bertier Rifle Sword Bayonet & Frog
A scarce and collectable bayonet of WW1. The Berthier carbine was a French Bolt-action 8mm carbine which saw service with the French army during the First World War and limited action during the Second World War in all branches of French service other than the infantry. The occasional use, outside of France, of the term "Mannlicher" to designate weapons of the Berthier system is due to t....

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£175 Superb WW1 Canadian Ross Rifle M.1910 Mark II bayonet
with a second pattern blade. Complete with leather/steel scabbard with leather frog, displaying Canadian property markings, "Broad Arrow, R.R.C. 19/6, Mk. II". The steel part of the hilt displays following markings, "Ross Rifle Co. Quebec Patented 1907", and on the opposite side, "Crown over 4, Broad Arrow, 11, 1/16" and some other smaller marks. Overall condition is ....

£175 BRITISH 1907 PATTERN WW1 1917 CHAPMAN BAYONET - RAF
17 (43cm) steel blade with a deep fuller on each side. The ricasso stamped Chapman and Crown GR together with reissue and inspection marks.

The blade is in a clean condition and the wooden grips are both intact.

The pommel is stamped RAF 1E and numbered 1550

Maker: Chapman

Dated: November 1917.

Black leather Mk 11 scabbard, with steel chape and locket.

The blade is in very good conditi....


300 GBP reproduction naval officer's sword by Manton & Co.
Regulation pattern with spear point, etched
blade of fouled anchor and oakleaf panels. Gilt brass hilt with lion's head
pommel and gilt brass mounted scabbard

$325.00 CAD INDIAN PULWAR
INDIAN PULWAR: Circa 1800-1850. Iron hilt, note the ring on the pommel for a wrist strap. The 30 ¼ inch blade is very nice. VG TIRRI PG.324,
$325.00

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£170 German Great War Bayonet [G98] 1905 Butcher Type
Made by Fichtel & Sachs Schweinfurt. Very good example.

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£170 Good WW1 Great War German Butcher Bayonet
Made for the standard, Imperial German infantryman´s Gew98 rifle. A good example with maker mark, Haenel of Suhl. Rare leather scabbard type. Dated 1915

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£165 British Basket-Hilted Swords: A Typology of Basket-Type Sword Hilts
Hardcover

by Cyril Mazansky. The phrase basket-type hilts refers to a large group of hilts which provide a degree of protection to the hand and wrist. Basket-hilted swords have featured prominently among British military edged weapons over the past five centuries, from the Wars of the Roses in the mid fifteenth century to the period immediately after the second Boer War of the early twentieth ....

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£165 Ross Rifle Bayonet Of WW1 Used In The Canadian Army
With Canadian ordnance stamps. The Ross rifle was a straight-pull bolt action .303 inch-calibre rifle produced in Canada from 1903 until 1918.
The Ross Mk.II (or "model 1905") rifle was highly successful in target shooting before WWI, but the close chamber tolerances, lack of primary extraction and overall length made the Mk.III (or "1910") Ross rifle unsuitable for the condit....

£160 BRITISH 1907 PATTERN WW1 1918 SANDERSON BAYONET - RAF
A fine example of a WW1 bayonet marked to the newly formed Royal Air Force

17 (43cm) steel blade with a deep fuller on each side. The ricasso stamped Sanderson and Crown GR together with reissue and inspection marks.

The blade is in a clean condition and the wooden grips are both intact.

The pommel is stamped RAF 1E and numbered 0852. There are two other sets of numbers 416 and A316

Mak....


$300.00 CAD JAPANESE NAVAL SWORD BLADE
JAPANESE NAVAL SWORD BLADE "KAI-GUNTO": 26 ½ inch blade with 8 ⅛ inch tang. The tang is stamped with the Toyokawa Naval Arsenal mark of an anchor in a circle. Nice polish to the blade, however, there are some light scratches and stains. The temper line is still faintly visible. VG
$300.00

$295.00 CAD P.1887 MK III SWORD BAYONET
P.1887 MK III SWORD BAYONET for the MK IV Martini Henry. Nepalese characters on the cross-guard and scabbard throat. These were used to the renowned
Gurkhas. Made by Wilkinson. Dated 1889. Grips V.G. Blade V.G.+ (BCB-B207)
$295.00

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