Smith & Wesson 38 Pistol Safety Hammerless Revolver Engraved with Pearl Grips 1888
US Eagle Head Mounted Artillery Officer’s Sabre, ca. 1805
Featuring the so-called “Bolton-Upson” eagle head pommel, this sword was likely made by Birmingham cutler Richard D. Bolton and imported by Richards, Upson &am...
English Silver Inlaid Hounslow Hanger, Sword, Sabre, ca. 1640
The Hounslow Hanger is a uniquely British sword that was made for a relatively short period of time and carried by many officers during the English Civil War....
Breastplate and Tassets, German or Italian, ca. 1510 and Later
Breastplate, ca. 1510-20, of bulbous form with shallow central ridge; the top edge strongly flanged and turned. Gussets removed and the left edge trimmed, with...
Italian Partizan in 18th C Style
Forged steel head with tapering flat blade; the base with a pair of pierced holes. Symmetrical upturned side lugs; integral conical ferrule. Mounted on round-s...
Japanese WWII Army Enlisted/NCO Field Cap
Olive drab wool with three sewn vent holes on each side; green leather chin strap and small plain brass buttons. Sewn 5-point star emblem; brown leather sweat ...
British Victorian Royal Artillery Sabertache
Originating in Hungary with the mounted Hussar light cavalry regiments and known as a Tarsoly, the sabertache is a decorated leather pouch hung from an officer...
Japanese WWII Imperial Guard Officer’s Visor Cap
Olive drab wool Type 45 visor cap with red band and piping, bearing a brass Imperial Guard insignia of a star over a wreath. Black leather visor and chinstrap ...
Decorated Venetian Partizan, Polearm, Halberd, ca. 1520
The partizan originated in Italy and was carried by officers and guards of the nobility. This early example has a 25 long blade with strong medial ridge and s...
Scarce Venetian Bat Wing Corseca, Polearm, Halberd, ca. 1530
Uniquely Italian polearm with tapered 14 long central blade with strong medial ridge. Two “bat wing” angled side blades, each pierced with three holes and sta...
US M1860 Naval Cutlass with Scabbard
The M1860 naval cutlass, made by Ames Mfg. Co., was the standard sidearm of the Federal Navy during the Civil War and was kept aboard ship well into the 20th C...
English Flintlock Trade Pistol by Sharpe, First Quarter 19th C
Flat lockplate with line border and tulip design behind cock; with a crown over “NR” and marked “SHARPE” (1800-1840). Flat cock with beveled edges and line bor...
Mohawk Spike Tomahawk, 18th C
Dating to the time of the French and Indian and Revolutionary wars, this tomahawk features a 9 ½ head with oval eye and inserted steel cutting edge. It...
Rare Missouri War Axe, Mandan Tomahawk, Early 19th C
The famous Lewis and Clark expedition found the Missouri War Axe (also known as a Mandan Tomahawk) already in use by Western tribes in 1805. They were popular ...
Iroquois Spike Tomahawk, Mid-18th C
Smaller sized 7 long head with oval eye, narrow axe blade, and oval-section spike. Later 11 1/4 haft from its period of use (likely 19th C) featuring 2 brass...
Sac-Fox Indian Ball-headed War Club, Late 19th C
Carved from a single piece of wood, 17 inches long; featuring ball with concentric rings and file marks. Top of handle with carved scalloped edge and lunettes...
Italian Town Sword, Rapier, ca. 1630
Guard with fluted down-turned shell guard; large scrolled and chiseled quillon and fluted quillon block. Knuckle bow chiseled ensuite, attaching to the pommel ...
German Partizan, Spontoon, ca. 1700
Carried by officers and NCO’s in the time of the early standing armies, the partizan and spontoon were largely symbols of rank and used as a guide to form troo...
Confederate Air Force Ghost Squadron Glass Tumbler Pair
Confederate Air Force clear glass tumblers with black graphics. Dates on front of 1939-45; marked on back National Headquarters Harlingen Texas. Made by Libb...
Iroquois Spike Axe Tomahawk, Mid-18th C
This style of spiked tomahawk was favored by the Iroquois as a fighting weapon and dates to the time of the French and Indian War. Hand-forged head is 7 &frac1...
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