Smith & Wesson 38 Pistol Safety Hammerless Revolver Engraved with Pearl Grips 1888
Eastern European Hussar Sabre, Last Quarter 18th C
Copper-plated stirrup guard with reverse scroll quillon, joined to the flat-topped pommel with integral backstrap. Tapered wood grip with twisted copper wire w...
Spike Tomahawk from the Schenectady Massacre of 1690
Late on the night of Feb. 8, 1690 a group of French and over 200 of their Mohawk, Ojibway, and Algonquin allies raided the colonial settlement of Schenectady, ...
Spanish Style Morion, Cabasset, Helmet, German ca. 1600
One-piece skull of rounded almond shape with narrow near-flat integral brim projecting to an obtuse point front and rear, its edge formed with a plain inward t...
German Black and White Morion Helmet, Early 17th C
Two-piece skull joined at the central high comb with roped edge (some damage just below the apex); swept integral brim rising to an acute point at the front an...
Scarce Bavarian Sabre Halberd, Early 17th C
Large imposing fighting halberd featuring broad 28 curved sabre blade with long single fuller at the back edge, swelling to a double-edged point. Integrally f...
Unique Saxon Miner’s Axe, ca. 1700
Over the years we have had a number of Saxon miner’s axes, but this unique example is unlike any we’ve ever seen. Instead of the large flat unadorned blade, it...
German Halberd, ca. 1600
Broad leaf-shaped thrusting blade with shallow ridge; small recurved axe blade and down-curved rear beak stamped with a cross and orb mark. Integral conical s...
Model 1873 Springfield Fully Functional Infantry/Caddet Civil/Indian War Riffle
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zeppelin airship broach
original broach made from wreckage picked up in england from crashed Zeppelin in 1916 raid over England.
AIRSHIP PHOTOGRAPH ORIGINAL
ORIGINAL PHOTO OF FORCED LANDING TIME OF THE BETA II WITH SUPPORTING PAPERWORK ACCOUNT OF INCIDENT.
WW1 ZEPPELIN WRECKAGE. STEROGRAPH
STEROGRAPH OF ZEPPELIN AIRSHIP WRECKAGE BEING INSPECTED BY FRENCH TROUPS PROBABLY IN FRANCE WW1 ORIGINAL.
R101 airship memorial card
ORIGINAL MEMORIAL CARD TO R101 VICTIMS 1930
GRAFF ZEPPELIN AIRSHI P BADGES UPTO 4 .
three ZEPPELIN ORIGINAL BADGES SELLING SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER ALL GOOD CONDITION.
GERMAN WW1 PROPAGANDA STICKERS.
UNUSUAL AND MINT CONDITION STICKERS £12.00 EACH) READING BOMB ENGLAND
U.S. Navy Wardroom Officer's Mess Ceramic Plate 10"D
Shenango restaurant ware dinner plate, designed for the U.S. Navy. Decorated with blue stripe rim and anchor for the Wardroom Officer's Mess. Measures 10 D. ...
Antique 19th Century Napoleonic European Mameluke Sword Possibly Russian
A very unusual Antique, early 19th century, Napoleonic era European saber in Mameluke manner with a curved single edged steel blade with a wide full-length full...
Antique 16th century German Bauernkrieg Iron Flail Head
Antique,16th century, German, Iron flail head from the period of the Bauernkrieg. Composed of an Iron ball held in, a pear form, wrought iron straps casing, wi...
Antique 16th Century German Polearm War Sickle-Halberd
Antique late 16th century German infantry war sickle-halberd head, with hand forged large crescent iron blade and tapering tabular socket with visible distinct...
Antique 17th Century English Royalist Harquebusiers Cavalry Lobstertail Helmet Civil War 1642-1651
A rare antique, 17th century, circa 1640, continental Lobster-tail helmet made for the English Royalist Harquebusiers Cavalry, loyal to King Charles I in the E...
Antique 17th Century Polish Sword Blade with Indo Persian Talwar Hilt
Antique, 17th century, Polish sword, blade-mounted with 19th century Indo Persian Talwar hilt and scabbard. Details: Slightly curved single - edged sturdy blade...
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